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PHOTOS: New Vault Collection Playing Cards a Big Deal at Walt Disney World

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One of the most amazing Vault Collection items is now available at Walt Disney World. Playing cards featuring Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy are now available. Let’s take a look.

Vault Collection Playing Cards — $12.99

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The packaging has 50th Anniversary artwork.

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The Vault Collection logo is printed on the back.

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A plastic case is included. This is a nice touch that will help keep the cards in good condition.

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The cards have gold edges.

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Each card back has a classic Mickey Mouse.

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Mickey is the king, while Minnie and Donald are queen and jack, respectively.

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The ace has classic Cinderella Castle and Walt Disney World logo art. Of course, Goofy is the joker. We found the card deck at Main Street Cinema in the Magic Kingdom.

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KenG
KenG
1 month ago

I just looked in my “vault” and sure enough I have those Mickey cards! Mine are from Disneyland and are unopened so I don’t know what they look like inside, but the edges are gold and the face of the cards look the same. I also have a Cinderella castle playing card pack and my guess it is from when I first went in 1978, also unopened. Both are in plastic cases and have a sticker price of $1. In edition I have Epcot cards from 1982 and Disneyland Hotel cards from early 70s or late 60s. I dare dare… Read more »