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Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company
Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White Playing Cards by The Dutch Card House Company

The Dutch Card House Company

Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White

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The Shooters playing cards take their inspiration from the professional photography and clean graphic designing and are limited to 1100 playing card decks only.

Shooters Playing Cards - White Special Edition is one of 3 decks created by the Dutch Card House Company and Matt Fujiwara and focuses on the aesthetics of a camera and features icons that can be found on any camera.

The White Shooters Collector's Edition playing cards was designed with the white-colored telephoto lens in mind and uses red metallic ink on the back design and faces of the cards.

The shooters playing cards are printed by USPCC and are housed in a matte white finished tuck, and red and black hot foil stamped into the design of the tuck.

The Shooters Playing Cards - Collector's Edition White has an embossed tuck to let you experience the real feeling of a camera lens!

The playing cards have classic camera icons like, battery level display, settings, brightness, flash, or self-timer.

The court cards are pretty much standard but splashed intricately with camera icons. Custom-designed Jokers contain what resembles the control wheel found on most cameras.

All four Aces have enlarged pips with the cross-hair in the center. The Ace of Spades design was meant to look like what you would normally see on a camera display.