Kei Izumi, a collector from Japan, found a Motor No. 1 deck, which was introduced in 1901 and discontinued in 1907, with a "D" code on the ace (pictured below). was its first registrar, now it is moved to e Nom Inc..
For example, the ace on the left, below, has the code 1613-S6560. link Brand Sanderson Sat Sep 10Signing today at the Springville library! Details here: link Brand Sanderson Thu Sep 22Here is the @Publishers Wkly review of . You can read it here: link Brand Sanderson Thu Sep 22Just over two days remaining of the Truly Epic Fantasy Storybundle! Brand Sanderson Mon Sep 19Longtime friend Stacy Whitman at Lee & Low let me know that the New Visions Award for writers of color is expanding: link Brand Sanderson Tue Sep 20The storybundle featuring Shadows for Silence in the Forests of Hell ends Saturday!The letter is really the only thing helpful to collectors; the numbers are likely related to the printing run. and New York Consolidated Co., at the time subsidiaries of USPCC, also used these same codes. became part of USPCC they also began to use the codes. Use the chart below to determine the year the deck was printed.