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Welcome to the best source of information about the classic Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards. Our goal is to bring you everything you need to know about these amazing cards and more. Please look around, have fun, and enjoy.
Fake or Real? Can you tell?
While we here at JerrysNuggetPlayingCards.com are never impressed with fake JNuggs, images of a brand new kind of JN knock-off have emerged from Singapore by way of Shenzhen, China. These Chinese JN replicas are so convincing, even experts are having a hard time discerning them from real ones....
No more Jerry's?
Even the Las Vegas Card Expert has run out of genuine Jerry's Nugget decks! Allan Ackerman, the Las Vegas Card Expert, announced he has depleted his personal stock of authentic Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards.....
JNugg Prices On The Rise
Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards tend not to be used or played with, and thus attributes the growth in interest of these cards to a secondary collecting population, which is also inherently driving up prices.....
Ebay is Saturated with Fake Decks
Be honest ... did you spend all your holiday money purchasing a fake deck of Jerry's Nugget playing cards on Ebay? Don't feel bad, you're not alone because the majority of Jerry's Nugget decks found on Ebay are fakes....
Asher cancels 2011 JNugg Sale
On November 9th, 2011 Lee Asher announced that because of unforeseen technical issues beyond his control, he will not be selling Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards in 2011. Though he's not giving up yet...
Deceptive JNugg advertising
For the past couple of years, we here at Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards.com have watched the specific verbiage used on Ebay to sell fake decks to unsuspecting consumers. In our opinion, this deviousness happens way too often so we've decided to take a stance. Read a list of words we've compiled from selected Ebay pages selling JNugg knock-offs.
Spot a fake deck of Jerry's Nuggets
Wondering if you own a fake deck of JNuggs? Spot a knock-off after reading this informative article first published in the Spring 2011 Clear The Decks newsletter. Now you'll know if you own the real deal, or a big fat fancy fake!
Asher tweets info about 2011 JN launch
CardStar, Lee Asher, just announced the official date for his only Jerry's Nugget Playing Card launch of 2011. We have the date, time and how many he's selling. So if you want it, you're going to have to click in to find out.
JNugg Care & Handling Guide
Keep your Jerry's Nugget Playing Card collection in pristine condition. Why take risks? Why use inferior techniques to store your valuable investments? Download this JNugg Card and Handling guide for free and immediately start benefiting from this information.
A Jerry's Baron living in Japan?
Further cementing the fact these decks are a world-wide commodity, video of a rather large stash of Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards have surfaced. Along with this video, a new Jerry's Baron emerges... and this one lives in Japan!
Unlimited Jerry's Nugget Decks
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Video Review of a Nugget Deck
Here's your chance to take a video tour of both a red and blue deck of Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards. Watch as KenyoJapan as he shows you what an authentic deck should look like.
Asher tweets date for 2nd 2010 JN launch
On Friday, 23rd, 2010 CardStar Lee Asher announced the official date for his 2nd of two Jerry's Nugget Playing Card launches. We have the date. So if you want it, you're going to have to click in to find out.
Few ebay dealers are honest about fakes
We here at JerrysNuggetPlayingCards.com love that the demand is so high for these cards that some Ebay dealers are being honest about selling fakes! Take for instance, seller jjjmagic1971 from Hendersonville, Tennessee. He's selling a fake deck of Jerry's Nuggets on Ebay with a starting bid of $25.00, and he's also the first one to tell you they are not real.
J Nuggs velocity increases 5 fold
CardStar Lee Asher has done it again, it looks like his March 15th, 2010 J Nugg launch was a smash success. Only this time he sold authentic Jerry's Nugget Decks in an impressive amount of time.
Jerry's Nugget Card Real Estate?
Imagine if Guinness World Record Holder Bryan Berg used genuine 1970 Jerry’s Nugget Playing Cards to construct his monstrous playing card structures. What would something like his most impressive tower cost to build?
March 15th, 2010 Lee Asher sells real JNs
March 15th, 2010 at 4pm Easter Standard Time, Cardstar Lee Asher will release more Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards from the private reserve in 2010. We have the full scoop.
Receiving some J Nuggs from Lee Asher
On May 8th, 2009, CardStar Lee Asher did the unthinkable. He sold authentic Jerry's Nugget Playing Cards from a private reserve in order for the masses to have a chance to own a deck of these beauties. Mendel from Holland, one of the lucky purchasers, decided to film his whole experience from start to finish. Share in his his excitement by watching his video.
How do you determine value?
If it is only yourself and your own opinion you are interested in, then you
do not need to worry about anything other than being happy with your
But what if your goal is an investment? Then price only matters in relationship to potential resale value. Buy for a price and sell for a higher price than your original purchase. Easy. Unless you do not realize that your investment was worthless from the start.
Find the hidden Jerry's Nugget secret
Originally printed in Cincinnati, Ohio, by the US Playing Card Company, these playing cards were made for the Jerry's Nugget casino gaming tables. No one really knows when they were printed. Until now.
What do Louis Vuitton, the Apple iphone, and the Classic Jerry's Nugget playing cards have in common? They're all iconic brands that represent the best in the world. Which also means they've all been knocked off by sophisticated counterfeiters.
Fake Jerry's Nuggets are for real.
Buyer beware? Be very careful? How do you know what you're going to get for your money if you don't purchase your classic Jerry's Nugget playing cards from a reliable source? Just ask TrigMexico and Mike Helmer who purchased their bad paper from a seller on ebay without checking with an expert. The seller apparently hoped that no one would break the seals of their ' highly collectible decks'.
Well, the seals have been broken and it's time to face the facts. It's time to get real.