18. European Style Playing Card Press

$89.95

Shipping to United States: $18.25

"LeBonheurDuJour" Card presses are often used in French cafe's to keep packs of playing cards fresh and straight for the customers that make card games a part of their daily entertainment.

Very useful at Bridge groups or in Poker rooms as well as in home use where numerous decks are kept.

* Keeps your cards perfectly flat.

* Wooden slats absorb the moisture from your hands at time of play.

* Now those stray decks can be found in one place.

* Accommodates Standard or Bridge size decks.

* Holds up to 12 decks.

Includes

* 2 Filler Pieces

* 11 Slats

The wooden press is made from Beech wood.

It's strenght is well suited for the pressing action required to keep constant pressure on each deck.

Size: 16 1/2" Long X 5 1/2" Wide X 3.0" High

Reviews (6)

Average:

Perfect - this is exactly what I needed for my cards. Solidly built. After a lot of searching I’m very pleased to have found this uniquely useful item.


F A N T A S T I C !


well made and just what I needed for my cards.


Been looking for something to press my cards with that wasn't a large stack of books. This does the job quite well!


This is a unique product. The shipping was fast, thorough and well-packed. I like it for the following reasons: - made of oak - sanded smooth - aromatic divider boards - multiple decks can be loaded - clever screw press design There are some issues with the design, however: - the load at one end (nearest the handle) is borne entirely by three small screws. The plate and screws should be on the *inside* of the box, not the outside. - The semicircular dividers should have a much, much smaller 'half moon' slice taken out of them - no more than 1/2" radius - otherwise there is a very good chance of marking the cards. - the screw design brings a lot of pressure to bear, potentially, on the joints of the box. I suggest replacing the mitre joint with a dovetail to increase the surface area available for gluing. Much stronger!


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