Black Reserve Note Uncut

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Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby Cbkimble » Tue Oct 21, 2014 10:13 am  

Not sure if this is where I should post this but the black reserve note uncut sheet is discounted to $20 on kingswildproject.com. This could be an excellent chance to grab one, if you've wanted one.
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Re: Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby Mike Ratledge » Tue Oct 21, 2014 11:03 am  

Cbkimble wrote:Not sure if this is where I should post this but the black reserve note uncut sheet is discounted to $20 on kingswildproject.com. This could be an excellent chance to grab one, if you've wanted one.

This is truly an odd one, because they were "way up there" at first and have slowly climbed back down. I wonder how many were printed? (there's no way to tell)

I have a few, bought at the $30 price-point.
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Re: Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby Cbkimble » Tue Oct 21, 2014 11:33 am  

Mike Ratledge wrote:
Cbkimble wrote:Not sure if this is where I should post this but the black reserve note uncut sheet is discounted to $20 on kingswildproject.com. This could be an excellent chance to grab one, if you've wanted one.

This is truly an odd one, because they were "way up there" at first and have slowly climbed back down. I wonder how many were printed? (there's no way to tell)

I have a few, bought at the $30 price-point.


The rest are still $50-75.
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Re: Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby Sher » Fri Nov 14, 2014 9:11 am  

Probably 1,000 of these were printed. Jackson said somewhere in the Tally-Ho thread that it's how he was able to print such a low number of Black Reserve Note decks from USPCC. Instead of cutting the rest into decks, he left them as uncut sheets.
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Re: Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby pstaehlin » Mon Feb 29, 2016 3:42 pm  

I've never purchased an uncut deck of cards yet. I'm curious to know if one decides to frame and display it, do you have the front or back side showing? Obviously a personal preference.
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Re: Black Reserve Note Uncut

Unread postby Cbkimble » Mon Feb 29, 2016 7:14 pm  

It is completely preference. Sometimes the back is what you wanna show, sometimes it's the courts. I show the front mainly when there are elaborate custom courts, aces, and pip cards. The really artsy decks such as playing arts where every card is a different work of art, I definitely show the front. It also depends on where you're hanging the uncut.
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