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From what I've read, Nintendo's Napoleon deck is the highest quality cards they make, and I think it shows. Every card is more like a small tile: fairly thick, doesn't bend when flexed and relatively heavy. It makes shuffling in a conventional way difficult, but they're very amenable to shuffling the cards around the table like dominoes or Mahjong tiles. (That's why my original deck is a little scuffed up.) I don't know anything about art, but I think the illustrations on the cards are beautiful: bright colours, simple composition and just nice to look at. But maybe the face cards on a set of Bicycle cards would look good to someone who isn't familiar with them, I dunno. The cards come in a cardboard box within a simple plastic case (case on the left in the product image), which serves as a reliable container for transport and storage of the cards.
The shipping was quick, and the packaging was well done. If you're a fan of card games and looking for something a little different, give these a try!
UPDATE: I've had this set for awhile now, and they hold up VERY well. I see NO wear or tear on any part of the cards. The slick finish has worn off slightly, so they are no longer slippery, but this makes them easier to hold. Now that I'm used to their small size, I find Western cards to be ridiculously huge. The plastic box this set comes in holds the cards well, and opens from either end. I definitely recommend this set over the less expensive set that does not have the plastic box. The box is worth it to keep the cards contained when not in use.
If you're lucky enough to live near a Daiso store, they sell a deck made from PVC for $1.50. That same deck is available from several resellers here for $5-$6, and is still a great deal at that price. The Daiso deck does seem more like a "toy" than these Nintendo decks, but is extremely durable due to the PVC construction.
For you beginners, these are small for us bear-pawed Westerners, and the instructions are only in Japanese so you'll need to look English ones up online. But, you'll figure out the suits, the scoring members of them, and the hands they're comprised of sooner than you think.
The reason I rated them a 4 out of 5 is an issue I have with their design. I don't like the black paper frame around the card image; I can see this being where any avoidable wear and tear will occur.