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1 deck, which was introduced in 1901 and discontinued in 1907, with a "D" code on the ace (pictured below).
This strongly suggests that the date code was indeed used at least as early as 1901.
No creased cards, very slight edge wear, very slight surface wear, and box is in very good condition with intact tax stamp.
The deck was released in Vancouver Canada, and tax stamp is Canadian as well.
Right from the beginning in 1904, the same codes were used by National Playing Card Co.
and New York Consolidated Card Co., subsidiaries by then of USPC. also used these codes, as they became part of USPC in 19 respectively.
This is most of what I know about dating a deck of cards.
This goes mostly for American decks and especially for USPC decks, but it pertains to others as well.
I tried to make this post succinct, and not go into too much detail.
Card backs, faces, finishes and colors can all be customized to meet your needs, and grab your target’s attention.
USPC has acquired many playing card companies over the years.
Custom, one-of-a-kind creations designed especially for you.