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  • Piatnik TDK Schnapskarten Playing Cards, Two Suit Systems, Rat Carto

    Wonderful schnapskarten deck of cards, made c.1993 by Piatnik for TDK, the Japanese electronics company. It features delightful rat cartoon illustrations by an artist unknown, and a very unusual double suit system. Each card has French suits and German suits, a different type at each end of each card. The pictures in this listing show each of the 4 suits twice, first with the French suits up, and then with the German suits up. The deck is a complete schnapskarten deck with 24 cards (4 x Ace and 9-K). The

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  • C. L. W st House Pattern 3 Playing Cards, c.1925

    Gorgeous deck of skat cards by C.L. Wst of Frankfurt, with Wst "House Pattern 3" court cards. The box has a U.S. tax stamp that dates the cards c.1924-1929, and since Wst went out of business in 1927, I have dated this deck c.1925. The cards are French suited. The deck is complete at 36 cards (Ace, 6-King in all 4 suits). By removing the 6s, it can be used for skat and other 32-card games, but is suitable for 36-card games as well. The cards are large and wide, measuring 92mm x 62mm, and come in the

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  • Grimaud Le Petit Cartomancien aka Jeu de Bonne Aventure Fortune Te

    Very beautiful Lenormand type fortune telling cards made by Grimaud c.1969, called Le Petit Cartomancien. It is also known by the name, Jeu de Bonne Aventure. The deck has 36 cards. The inset playing cards include Ace, and 6 through King in all 4 suits. The cards are also numbered 1-36, in numbers placed above the fortunes. They are accompanied by a paper insert describing the cards. The insert and everything written on the cards and on the box is in French. The cards are bridge size, measuring 89mm x 58mm,

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  • Twin Decks La Turnhoutoise, S.A. Piket Playing Cards, $35/ea., c.192

    Twin decks of cards made c.1920 by La Turnhoutoise, S.A. of Belgium, titled Piket on the boxes. The World Web Playing Card Museum gives these cards the title Cartes Belges, but the courts are a Dutch pattern and the Aces are beautiful scenic Aces of the Netherlands. Each deck is available separately for $35, and both are for sale for $70. Each deck has 33 cards Ace and 7-King in all 4 suits, plus a 6 of Hearts. I have been unable to determine if the 6 of Hearts is just an extra card, akin to a joker, or if

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  • August Petryl & Son Green Spade Tarok Set, Published by Publicity Ar

    Extraordinary and complete set of the stunning and quite rare Green Spade Tarok cards, apparently published by Publicity Art Studios, but copyrighted to August Petryl in 1934. I have dated the set c.1934, the same as the stated copyright date, and 1934 is also the midpoint of the date range of the tax stamp on the box. The cards are attributed to August Petryl by Dawson/Hochman in the Encyclopedia, and Petryl is mentioned along with Publicity in the description of these cards in the catalogue of the Cary

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  • Arienti / Solleone Facsimile Cartes R cr atives 1819 Transformation

    Extremely handsome 1984 reprint by Vito Arienti (Edizioni del Solleone) of the "Cartes R cr atives 1819" transformation cards, the original of which was published in 1819. The 1819 version consisted of 33 cards, with the pips and Valets/Jacks captioned at the bottom. The 33 cards were Ace and 7 through King in the 4 suits, together with a special "Carte d'Introduction" that gives the deck its title and is captioned "A L'assassin a l'assassin." The Arienti / Solleone reprint cards were published in a limited

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  • Box for cards

    This is a handsome box to store your 2 decks of cards. The symbols for the 4 suits are inlaid in mother of pearl,except the heart symbol, which is inlaid with what appears to be celluloid. The intricate design around the suits also appear to be inlaid with celluloid. The edges of the top may have had a strip of celluloid band. It is a dark wood veneer, secondary wood is light, may be pine. , and it's priced very reasonably.

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  • Arrow Kibitzer Pinochle Playing Cards, c.1925

    Excellent set of pinochle cards made by Arrow Playing Card Company, c.1925, before Arrow changed its name to Arrco. The deck is given the name Kibitzer because of the delightful backs on the cards; I do not think it is a separate brand, but rather believe that these were standard Arrow cards of the day. The Ace of Spades is shown in the Dawson/Hochman Encyclopedia as a standard Arrow Ace. The deck is complete at 48 cards (2 x 24 i.e., 2 each of the Ace and 9 through King in all 4 suits). The cards are

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  • Double Deck Waddington s Dohm Group Adv. Playing Cards, Siriol Clarr

    Double deck of advertising cards made by John Waddington Ltd. for the Dohm Group, featuring the designs of Siriol Clarry s Four Elements cards on the faces. The original Siriol Clarry cards (see this shop #T00001327) were published in 1964, and I have dated these advertising cards the same year. The Siriol Clarry cards are sometimes called the Four Elements cards, because each of the 4 suits is dedicated to one of the four elements. The deck with red backs is complete with 52 cards, plus 2 Jokers. The deck

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  • Arienti / Solleone Facsimile Cartes R cr atives 1819 Transformation

    Extremely handsome 1984 reprint by Vito Arienti (Edizioni del Solleone) of the "Cartes R cr atives 1819" transformation cards, the original of which was published in 1819. The 1819 version consisted of 33 cards, with the pips and Valets/Jacks captioned at the bottom. The 33 cards were Ace and 7 through King in the 4 suits, together with a special "Carte d'Introduction" that gives the deck its title and is captioned "A L'assassin a l'assassin." The Arienti / Solleone reprint cards were published in a limited

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  • Twin Decks La Turnhoutoise, S.A. Piket Playing Cards, $35/ea., c.192

    Twin decks of cards made c.1920 by La Turnhoutoise, S.A. of Belgium, titled Piket on the boxes. The World Web Playing Card Museum gives these cards the title Cartes Belges, but the courts are a Dutch pattern and the Aces are beautiful scenic Aces of the Netherlands. Each deck is available separately for $35, and both are for sale for $70. Each deck has 33 cards Ace and 7-King in all 4 suits, plus a 6 of Hearts. I have been unable to determine if the 6 of Hearts is just an extra card, akin to a joker, or if

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  • Grimaud Le Petit Cartomancien aka Jeu de Bonne Aventure Fortune Te

    Very beautiful Lenormand type fortune telling cards made by Grimaud c.1969, called Le Petit Cartomancien. It is also known by the name, Jeu de Bonne Aventure. The deck has 36 cards. The inset playing cards include Ace, and 6 through King in all 4 suits. The cards are also numbered 1-36, in numbers placed above the fortunes. They are accompanied by a paper insert describing the cards. The insert and everything written on the cards and on the box is in French. The cards are bridge size, measuring 89mm x 58mm,

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  • British Vintage Stiptease Card Game, Maker Unknown, c. 1930s

    Rare and delightful game made in the U.K. c.1930s, maker unknown, featuring wonderful illustrations of characters involved in the performance and subsequent prosecution and defense of a striptease. The game treats a striptease as conduct to be "prosecuted" and "defended," but seems to me to poke fun at those (i.e., the authorities and "prudies") that are offended by it. The backs of the cards show the striptease woman as if on a pedestal. I have dated the cards to the 1930s based upon the length of the

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  • Il Meneghello "Benito Mussolini" Playing Cards, Ltd. Ed. (372/1200), c

    Mint deck of cards made by Il Meneghello in a limited edition, c.1983, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Benito Mussolini. This set of cards is #372 of the limited edition of 1200. The cards are in a paper with the Italian national colors (red, white, green), and that paper is contained by a decorated cardboard cover that is tied at the side with a ribbon in the same colors. It is a traditional Italian deck, but with French suits, containing 40 cards (Ace through 7, Jacks, Queens, Kings),

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  • Bookshelf Pyrographic Playing Card Box, Fleur-de-LIs

    Attractive playing card box, bookshelf design, featuring a lid with what I believe is a burnished image of a fleur-de-lis, framed in an oval and surrounded by scrolls and the 4 suit symbols. The box for the cards slides out of the book. There is nothing anywhere on the box to indicate the country of origin, although the suit symbols are French. On the spine of the book there are letters: an S, inside an M, inside a C. I do not know the date of the box, but it came to me with a collection of cards that date

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  • Joseph K. Straus Royal Flush: A Wood Jig Saw Puzzle Game, c.1949

    Rare and unusual game that combines poker and jig saw puzzles. It is called Royal Flush: A Wood Jig Saw Puzzle Game, and was made by Joseph K. Straus Mfg., c.1949. The game consists of wood jig saw puzzle pieces that combine to make 4 Royal Flush poker hands, 1 for each suit. Before the puzzle was cut, actual playing cards were glued to an underlying wood strip in each of the 4 suits. The cards used were USPC Mohawk type, and the Ace of Spades actually has a USPC #L1861 a 1949 number. The game was

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    Poker, Wood
  • Pia Pia Autorijschool Playing Cards, Ltd. Ed. (?/60), Jose Verwer an

    Rare, somewhat unusual and nicely designed deck of playing cards, apparently made in a limited edition of 60 sets of the 32-card deck (along with 10 sets of the 52-card decks) for a driving school in Holland called Pia Pia. The cards are made of a very thick plastic substance (or perhaps even linoleum?) and are obviously cut by hand, as they have slight differences in size. This 32-card deck is thicker than a standard 52-card deck. According to the World Web Playing Card Museum the cards were designed by

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  • Muller & Cie L Hombre Playing Cards w/ Wrapper, Modern Swiss Pattern

    Superb deck of cards made by Muller & Cie for the game of "L'Hombre" with courts in what is commonly called the "Modern Swiss Pattern," and what the International Playing Card Society calls the "French-Swiss Pattern." (See, IPCS Pattern Sheet 60). The pip cards have their numerals inside the suit symbols. The deck is accompanied by the original wrapper, and the World Web Playing Card Museum describes it as the 1914 wrapper. I have dated the cards accordingly. The deck is complete at 40 cards (Ace, 2 through

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  • Universal Playing Card Co. Courtette Playing Card Wheel, c.1930-1935

    Rare and mysterious Courtette card wheel that seems clearly to have been made by Universal Playing Card Co., the U.K. playing card maker, c.1930-1935. I say it is mysterious, because I have been unable to find any reference or description anywhere on the internet or in literature available to me to a game called Courtette, and I don t know what this wheel was/is used for. The word Courtette seems to be a compression of the words court (i.e., as in court cards?) and roulette. The wheel has 17 cards painted

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  • Joseph K. Straus Royal Flush: A Wood Jig Saw Puzzle Game, c.1949

    Rare and unusual game that combines poker and jig saw puzzles. It is called Royal Flush: A Wood Jig Saw Puzzle Game, and was made by Joseph K. Straus Mfg., c.1949. The game consists of wood jig saw puzzle pieces that combine to make 4 Royal Flush poker hands, 1 for each suit. Before the puzzle was cut, actual playing cards were glued to an underlying wood strip in each of the 4 suits. The cards used were USPC Mohawk type, and the Ace of Spades actually has a USPC #L1861 a 1949 number. The game was

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    Poker, Wood
  • Arrow Kibitzer Pinochle Playing Cards, c.1925

    Excellent set of pinochle cards made by Arrow Playing Card Company, c.1925, before Arrow changed its name to Arrco. The deck is given the name Kibitzer because of the delightful backs on the cards; I do not think it is a separate brand, but rather believe that these were standard Arrow cards of the day. The Ace of Spades is shown in the Dawson/Hochman Encyclopedia as a standard Arrow Ace. The deck is complete at 48 cards (2 x 24 i.e., 2 each of the Ace and 9 through King in all 4 suits). The cards are

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  • FMC Corporation Furadan Playing Cards, Maker Unknown

    Advertising deck made for FMC Corporation, maker and date unknown, promoting the benefits of the controversial pesticide Furadan, the trade name given by FMC to its carbofuran product. The deck features illustrations of 13 pests 1 pest per each card value in all 4 suits that Furadan is effective in controlling. In 2009 the EPA instituted a ban against any use of carbofuran on crops for human consumption. The chemical is also very controversial because of its impact upon other vertebrates. From Wikipedia:

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  • Decanter and 4 Shot Glasses Liquor Set with Playing Card Designs from

    This set has a decanter with topper that is 7" high and 4" across at the widest point, and 4 glasses that are 2" high and 1 1/2" across the top. This could be used for whiskey or a strong wine, to be enjoyed in small amounts while you enjoy a game of cards. There are 2 glasses with the red card suits (hearts and diamonds) and 2 with the black suits (spades and clubs). The decanter has all 4 suits on it; the set was made in France. This is a unique set to enjoy or place in a collection. I have other

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  • Nick Cave Soundsuits Playing Cards, Maker Unknown, Nick Cave Perform

    Fascinating and exciting deck of cards advertising /celebrating Nick Cave s Soundsuits, so named for the sounds they make when worn. For those that are unfamiliar with Nick Cave, the following description appears on the website of a gallery exhibiting his work: Nick Cave first gained widespread recognition for his Soundsuits : full-body outfits crafted from discarded objects found in antique shops and flea markets. Part sculpture, part costume, the complex, kaleidoscopically colorful works of art can be

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