View single post by Niclas
 Posted: Mon Mar 2nd, 2015 04:21 pm
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Joined: Wed Feb 25th, 2015
Location: Germany
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I am offering a set, consisting of the Boltcutter Dark and the Boltcutter Light deck, both with the same serial number "46 of 100" to have a matching set, 280 EUR

Price includes registered international shipping from Germany, payment via Paypal, please.

The original bags are included (red for the dark, sand for the light) of course, as well as the certificates of authenticity. The cards are unused, but not shrinkwrap sealed, since they never were sealed to start with. Only a hundred each were made. (110 actually, there was a special edition of only 10 decks that came with a reading cloth as an extra, as far as I remember, but the certificate card says 46/100). The decks were not offered by Oblivion as a set, but separately, I at the time asked them to make mine matching numbers. I would prefer not sell a single deck only, that is, only the dark/only the light, since from a collectors perspective it seems a shame to separate such a set with matching numbers.

I suppose this offer is only interesting for those who already know the decks, but not to raise false expectations I would like to point out:

The decks were made by a very small, not card-printing specialized design studio. Thus, there is no box or LWB, and the cards are printed on rather thin cardstock and have square corners. The cards are not perfectly uniform in size as they seem to have been hand-cut from the sheets.

Having said that, these are marvellous little decks and, obviously, very rare.

I am new to this forum, so please excuse if I should have made any transgressions against forum etiquette here. Also, since you cannot know me yet here, I do have a posting and trading/selling history on ebay as well as on a major tarot forum with purple pages, and will gladly give you the information to look me up there - Gregory here knows that I am actually the same person.

If you have any questions about the decks offered here, please do not hesitate to ask.

Regards, Niclas

Last edited on Mon Mar 2nd, 2015 08:54 pm by Niclas

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