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For instance, if the words ATLANTIC CITY appear anywhere on the tuck box, deck, jokers, or Ace, you should look at TYPE 6, TYPE 7, TYPE 8, & TYPE 9.
If your deck says the words Manufactured sometime between 1961 - 1965, this deck might have two versions of a United States IRS 1-pack tax stamp on the tuck.
The purpose of providing this single card was that it was to be used as a cut card. Type 2 is exactly the same as Type 1, except Type 2s were manufactured after the U. Department of Revenue stopped taxing playing cards (1965).
It should say Atlantic City on the top & bottom of the box.
These cards were table-used, so the majority of the time you'll find this Type of deck cancelled so they cannot be used in the casino again.
Usually this cancellation mark is a hole in the center of the entire deck.
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