Deck Of Cobra Deck Of Cards!

Very cool!

Or is it a Cobra Deck, deck of cards?  Or Deck of Deck of Cobra Deck of cards? Just when you think you have seen it all, this pops up on ebay. The randomness of ebay is amazing. Playing Cards. it makes sense that ad stuff like this was made. match books, cups, all that crap.

Such a deal!

But a Cobra Deck of playing cards? And just so we get the comment farm going today.. I don’t think this deck of cards has a damaged bow!  And yes I am wincing when I hit publish today!

You wont be doing any magic tricks with this deck.


And if you want to take your entire gambling thing to the next level, you can get some very cool vintage boat poker chips.

Very cool!


9 replies
  1. Old Salt
    Old Salt says:

    Did anyone count the deck of cards. If we buy these will we finally be playing with a full deck?

  2. Capt. Cranky
    Capt. Cranky says:

    I think it’s safe to say after this many boats and years of varnish fumes…none of us are anywhere close to playing with a full deck!

  3. Bob Moreau
    Bob Moreau says:

    My great uncle worked at that marina in Ohio….too funny! Great find……I have an old style cigarette lighter with the Chris Craft logo (& I don’t even smoke!).

  4. floyd r turbo
    floyd r turbo says:

    Let the chips fall where they may, but with the cards I’ve been dealt, that’s the closest I’d ever get to a CC Cobra.

  5. Wilson
    Wilson says:

    I have the Chris Craft ash trayto go with it. Jim Irwin gave it to me…I think his daddy had them made for the dealership

  6. Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P )
    Mark in Ohio (sometimes da U P ) says:

    Russells Point Ohio. Located on Indian lake. Only about 80 mi. from me, yet I’ve never been there. My Grandma and Grandpa honeymooned there. I hear it is pretty. There is a boat show there.

  7. Greg from Indian Lake
    Greg from Indian Lake says:

    We have a nice little show at the Russells Point Harbor each summer in July. Indian Lake has a great boating history and a grand selection of classic boats. I remember playing with those cards as a kid with many of them ending up in the spokes of our bicycles. Luckily I managed to save a NOS deck still in the box. Schuler Marina was our family business.

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