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Cardinal Cards -- vintage


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This is an original edition of Meir Yedid's excellent Cardinal Cards wild-card-type effect.  Very magical looking as blank cards take on the face of a regular card. 

While that may not sound so original or exciting, I assure you the handling is excellent and makes Cardinal Cards one of the great Wild Card genre routines.   Meir's MYMagic has re-released this effect in recent years, and so you can get it from him -- about $15 I think -- or you can get this collectable original version for less!  This is one of the original sets released by Meir back in the 1980's, with original instruction sheet from back then.

While I don't think the cards got a lot of use (they seem to be like new in condition) BUT they have lost their slickness over the decades.  (I don't think Meir used the highest quality cards when making up these sets back in the early days...)     If you want, I can apply some fanning powder to the cards before I send them to you.    Or my advice:  save the original cards as collectible, and put together a set for working out of some poker sized gimmicked cards you probably have in your card drawer (blank backs, blank facers, etc) -- easy once you have these instructions.

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