Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17
Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17

Eye of the Ocean Complete Set Plus by Stockholm17

Regular price $1,555.00 CAD

This is a rare complete set of what is indisputably one of the greatest playing card projects of all-time: The Eye of the Ocean.  To start with, it contains all 9.5 decks: the Quartermaster (#/300), Signature Intrepid (#/333), standard Intrepid, Signature Astra Polaris (#/555), standard Astra Polaris, standard and gilded Solis, standard and gilded Lunae, and the Quartermaster mini-deck.  It also includes a variety of accessories: the leather-bound logbook novel (with bookmark and quill pen), the sticker, pin, and coin, a real wood half-brick box, an uncut tuck box from each of the three main decks, and a special prototype edition of the novel.

The tuck boxes are tremendous, the gilding superb, the artwork fantastic, and the logbook feels like a genuine artifact.  There are too many special features to mention, but one of the most unique is the quest: it is possible to "locate" the Eye of the Ocean with the standard Solis and Lunae decks and the logbook by following the clues. 

Other special features include the "washed-away" design of the Astra Polaris tuck boxes with matching gilding, the edge printing on the Signature Intrepid deck, the cold-foil back designs, and the real metal astrolabe rivetted to the front of the logbook.