In 2013, Rarebit playing cards became an instant classic. Inspired by The Rarebit, a vintage, speakeasy bar and restaurant in Charleston, SC, Rarebit playing cards sold out almost instantly.
In 2015, we brought the deck back - with metallic copper ink. These sold out lightning-fast and became one of our most sought after decks EVER. Today, we welcome a new member of the Rarebit family: Rarebit Gold.
Made in the USA
Laced with GOLD FOIL on the actual playing cards, the Rarebit Gold deck features full custom court cards and a simple, elegant design by Jay Fletcher. They’re printed using FSC-certified paper derived from sustainable forests, vegetable-based inks, and starch-based laminates.
Cards Feature a Green trace of the Traditional 808 Designed Back that can be used in any standard 52 card game and even includes 2 Gaff cards to do a magic card trick called Million Dollar Monte. The jokers are both Green Alien. The Ace of spades is done in an Alien Head. The spades and clubs are done in Green instead of traditional black.
Originally labeled as #9, Autobike is one of the most controversial decks in USPC history. It has been documented that this deck was introduced in 1906 and discontinued in 1913, but no seriouos card collector has ever seen an original version of this back design in person. Because of this, all seem to unversially agree this card back never actually went into production.