Kickstarter: Bicycle Wanted Dead or Alive Playing Cards by Vincent Tran

26 Sep

A deck of playing cards inspired by the Wild West –  Bicycle Wanted Dead or Alive Deck designed by Vincent Tran (Canada). The deck will have 56 customized playing cards and planned to be printed by USPCC.


Part of the Wild West playing card series, Bicycle’s “Wanted Dead or Alive” brings you legends like Wyatt Earp, Annie Oakley, Doc Holliday, and many more.

There are many stories, most famous is the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, where Wyatt Earp , his brothers and Doc Holliday took down several outlaws during an intense gun battle. Or General George Custer who’s family was poor, but grew up to become a soldier and fought in the American Civil War and is recognized as one of America’s greatest leaders.” ~ Vincent Tran

There will be printed two editions of this deck: Unlimited Red Deck and Limited White Deck (the same playing cards but a black & white tuck case).


You could pledge here: [Unfunded]

Bicycle Wanted Dead or Alive Red Deck


The King of Hearts – Wyatt Earp (Lawman / Gunslinger)


The King of Clubs – General George Custer (Commander in the American Civil War)


The Queen of Spades – Lillian Smith (trick shooter known as the California Huntress)


The Queen of Clubs – Laura Elizabeth Ingalls Wilder (Little House on the Prairie)


The Jack of Hearts – Doc Holliday (Gunslinger and friend of Wyatt Earp)


The Jack of Diamonds – Tom Horn (Lawman / Soldier)


Back Design


The Nine of Spades


Bicycle Wanted Dead or Alive White Deck

The same playing cards as in Red deck but in the black & white tuck case.


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Posted by on 26.09.2013 in Kickstarter, USPCC


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