Honeybee V2 Playing Cards (Black)
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Honeybee V2 Playing Cards (Black)

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They're back and sweeter than ever - Honeybee V2 Playing Cards from Penguin Magic.

Designed by Randy Butterfield, the Honeybees were our first-ever custom deck. The V1 borderless edition sold out quickly, and we have been getting requests for a bordered edition ever since. Today your wish comes true!

Honeybees are our nod to a traditional Bee-style deck. Instead of a diamond pattern, the deck features a beautiful honeycomb pattern complete with 2 realistic honeybees walking on the back. You can almost taste the honey as you gaze at them!

The faces are traditional Bee-style faces with our timeless Beehive Ace of Spades and Beekeeper Jokers, plus a deeper high-roller red on the Hearts and Diamonds. We've created a custom color scheme and background pattern on all of the court cards.

These cards handle like a DREAM. They are printed on US Playing Card's embossed Bee stock with their Grade-A "Magic" finish for ultimate fanning, spreading, durability, and longevity. They have also been traditionally cut (the blade goes through the face side) which makes table faro shuffles and other gambling moves significantly easier to accomplish.

We have even included 2 special gaffs, a double-backer and a blank-facer, which you can use for creative magic routines or as cut cards during your weekly poker game!

These gorgeous decks are available in Yellow and Black backs. Get yours today!

- New V2 Bordered Back Design
- Printed by the US Playing Card Company
- Bee Stock and Premium "Magic" Finish
- Traditionally Cut
- Designed by Randy Butterfield
- Custom Back, Tuck Box, Ace of Spades, and Jokers
- Custom Color Scheme and Background Pattern on the Court Cards
- 2 Gaff Cards Included
- Double Backer and Blank Facer
Manufacturer Penguin Magic (V)
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