for the joint convention of the IPCS and ASESCOIN, the international and
Spanish clubs of playing card collectors, in Lisbon in 2010. Reproduction
of an antique Portuguese deck from around 1770, originally printed by the
Real Fabrica de Cartas de Jogar de Lisboa. Famous for its snake aces. The
deck has number 139/1000. Complete with 48
cards and 2 extra cards, in unused, near mint condition. Comes in the original
box, which is also still in excellent+ condition.
Maia, standard pattern, which has similarities with the Dutch pattern,
1980's. Complete with 52 cards and 2 similar jokers in excellent
condition. Comes in the original box, which is in excellent condition
|POR-05: Printed in
fine lithography by the Litografia Maia and published as Cartas No 14.
Tax stamp was used since around 1935. Complete with 52 cards and 1
joker, in excellent- condition. Comes in the original box, which is in
very good condition, but has a split along one of the long sides.
|POR-06: Maker unknown.
Published by the Portuguese Institute for Architecture and Archeology,
Joanni V. Magnifico, probably early 2000's. Designed by Joaquim Carneiro
da Silva. Backs designed as a mirror with a reflecting surface in the
middle (alas black on the scan). Complete with 52 cards and 4 jokers, in
excellent condition. No box, but.....
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version of Dondorf's Patience Nr 27 "Cartes pour Dames",
printed in chromolithography by J.J. Nu๑es and published in the 1920's.
Complete with 52 cards, in excellent condition. No box.
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