The Pirate Deck (colorized) Playing Cards

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Pirate Playing Cards featuring full color illustrations on every card with an exclusive BrainVessel branded tuck box printed by USPCC.

In 2015 we launched the Seven Seas Master Collection. This included two Master decks, a Pirate Deck, and a Sea Creature deck. Since then, we have nearly sold out of those editions, including our popular Pirate Deck. So, instead of reprinting the Pirate deck, we decided to reimagine each card in full color, expanded the number of illustrations and included a new BrainVessel branded tuck box.
  • Printed by the USPCC with the same quality and attention to detail as our previous decks
  • Printed on premium USPCC card stock
  • Classic Air-Cushion Finish for ease of shuffling and optimal performance
  • BrainVessel branded tuck with BrainVessel seal
  • Illustrations by Jason Kreiger, including:
  • 17 pirates, 9 different ships, special Ace of Spades and back card designs
  • 2 gaff cards, an alternate King of Hearts and a 13 of Spades


This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 27 May, 2021.

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