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Reproduction of a Civil War era poker deck with full-length, single-ended court figures. Box reproduced with original tax stamps showing hand cancellation June 2, 1864. Decks used during the Civil War did not have corner indices. So the "Number" cards do not show numbers, just suits. This unique deck comes with a reproduction of L.I. Cohen's original ace of spades, as well as a more standard one.
This antique reproduction of a Civil War-era deck is beautifully crafted with gold detail embellishing every card. In the style of the times, this deck includes full-length, single-ended court figures, square corners and traditional non-indexed styling. Originally produced by L. I. Cohen of New York, the deck is perfect for any American Civil War re-enactment or to be used as "period" playing cards.
Learn about the arms and armaments used by the men who fought bravely during America's most poignant era. The deck is all about the weapons of used during the Civil War. From handguns and knives to siege cannons and gunboats. A great deck for the Civil War buff or any playing card collector. Of course if you are just looking for a different deck of cards to play with on card night this one would open up a lot of conversation.
What type of airplane is that in the sky? Is it "friendly" or "enemy"? This facsimile of a deck issued during World War II shows three silhouette views of Allied and Axis aircraft for quick identification from ground or air. First issued in 1943, airplane spotter cards were originally developed as an instructive tool to teach the characteristics of United Nations and Enemy Aircraft during World War II. This facsimile Spotter Cards deck identifies 52 different aircraft including Allied bombers and fighters, as well as Axis aircraft from Germany, Japan, and Italy. Each card features detailed silhouettes from three different angles: front view, side view, and a view of the bottom of the aircraft, as it would be seen by a ground observer.
The Famous Battles of the American Revolution Playing Card Deck highlights 13 pivotal battles. This deck features famous works of art showing the action at Saratoga, Bunker Hill, Trenton, and other famous battles. Each of the 54 playing cards in this deck can either be used as regular playing cards or for “Authors” – style games.
Naval and Airplane Double Deck Set. Each 55-card deck is a facsimile edition of artwork that was used in identifying silhouette views of military craft. Airplane Spotter was originally issued during World War II, and features three views of Allied and Axis aircraft. Naval Spotter (1940's-1960's) was first issued by the Department of the Navy's Training Center and features side views of U.S. and foreign battleships on each card.
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