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This section contains a deck of classic design style, in most countries — this deck of two mirror halves.

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Playing cards (Code: g01436)

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16.00 USD
One of the rarest Russian decks released in the early 1990s. In 2020, for the first time in many years, I came across the same deck, but with a different back. It is another option that you can buy the original. There is also a reprint for sale.
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Historical (Code: g00058)

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49.00 USD
This deck Historical was resumed only in 1987 after it was redrawn by Yuri Ivanov. The artist also made drawings on playing cards 2-10. Prior to this, the deck was produced in 1930 exclusively for export. In any case, with the Russian indices of the publication of the 1930s, it has still not been seen anywhere.
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Black Palekh (Code: g00060)

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23.00 USD
This deck is Black Palekh began to be produced at the Color Printing Plant in 1967 on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the card factory. The deck is a redraw of the deck of Pavel Bazhenov released in 1937 specifically for the exhibition in Paris. The circulation was very small; decks rarely appeared on the market in 1937. Evgeny Pashkov’s redrawing decks differ not only in the faces of the characters, but also in a completely original joker, they have been published many times and there are different options. They are distinguished by an extra card and spades aces, as well as inscriptions on the boxes. They are also called Jubilee and Palekh. Until the early 1980s, they were printed with the addition of gold ink 4 + 1 color.
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Playing cards Seasons (Code: g00059)

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35.00 USD
Playing cards Seasons. In the 70s, the artist Yuri Ivanov began to cooperate with the only factory producing playing cards in the USSR. This artist redrawn almost the entire assortment of decks produced at the factory, and also painted his original Seasons deck. In the 1970s, the deck was issued indicating authorship and name. Curly cards were printed in black frames, and on cards from 2 to 10 there were no drawings. Later, decks with drawings on cards from 2 to 10 began to be produced, curly cards were printed without frames and the author’s name was not indicated on the decks. I received information that the artist did not live up to the 2nd edition of his deck, perhaps for this reason his name disappeared from the boxes.
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Russia XVII century (Code: g02472)

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18.00 USD
Russia XVII century. This deck of playing cards is dedicated to one of the most significant historical eras. At the beginning of the XVII century the so-called Time of Troubles began. During the period from 1598 to 1613, six rulers were replaced in the country. At this time, the power of the Rurikovich dynasty ceased, the first prince chosen at the Zemsky Cathedral — the first Romanov — was put to reign. Under his reign, Moscow settled some disputes with Western countries, and expanded its territory to the east. The century ends with the coming to power of one of the most famous rulers of Russia - Peter I. The deck reflects Russian military suits of the last years of the 17th century.
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Playing cards Russian Bogatyri (Code: g02471)

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18.00 USD
Playing cards Russian Bogatyri. In my order, this deck was painted by Ekaterina Stupakova. The deck is dedicated to the period of the era of Alexander Nevsky. The XIII century is rightfully considered one of the most difficult periods in the history of Russia: princely strife continues, destroying a single political, economic, spiritual and cultural space, and the menacing conquerors from the depths of Asia, the Mongol-Tatars, approach the eastern borders of the country in 1223. In 1240, the Swedes landed at the mouth of the Neva to march on Novgorod, and the knights of the Livonian Order besieged Pskov. The Swedish leader sent an arrogant message to Alexander: "If you can, resist, know that I am already here and will captivate your land." Alexander decided not to wait for the activity of the Swedes and with a small retinue of Novgorodians and Ladoga moved to the Neva and, taking the Swedes by surprise, inflicted a crushing defeat on them. The complete victory of Alexander turned him into a hero.
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Playing cards Seasons (Code: g03859)

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25.00 USD
Playing cards Seasons. This is the second deck in Russia dedicated to the seasons. Publisher: Joker playing cards Artist Oleg Pankov.
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magazine FHM (Code: g04320)

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25.00 USD
The publisher of the deck is the Ukrainian edition of the men's magazine "FHM". The maps depict caricatures of representatives of different professions. Artist Mikhail Alexandrov
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Rococo (Code: g02457)

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19.00 USD
Fashion of the Rococo era was distinguished by a desire for refinement, sophistication and deliberate distortion of the "natural" lines of the human body. Rococo fashion is considered to be feminine fashion, since in this era there was a maximum approximation of men's fashion to typical female patterns. The ideal man is a refined courtier, dandy. The ideal of a woman is a fragile slender manger. In fashion - wasp waist, narrow hips, fragile shoulders, a round face. Women wear fluffy skirts - panniers, creating the effect of an “inverted glass”. The women's hairstyle turned into the famous “frigates” and “gardens” that Marie Antoinette loved so much. The men first let go of the buccles from the sides, and wore a long braid at the back. White powdered wigs were in fashion, with letters curled from the sides, a pigtail and a bow at the back. Justocore remained the main type of men's clothing, but later it was called abi. A camisole was worn under it. They wore snow-white shirts, lace frills and neckerchiefs. Justocore had a more direct form at the beginning of the century, then underwent evolution: its floors became wider, as if sticking out in different directions. There were wide cuffs on the sleeves. Huge flaps on the pockets. Women's dress also underwent a similar evolution: at first it was already, then it began to expand and expanded to the limit. As a headdress, a cocked hat remained popular. This era is reflected in the drawings of numerous decks. Artist Ekaterina Stupakova
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Promotional deck of Vodka Kolchuga (Code: g04316)

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31.00 USD
Promotional deck of Vodka Kolchuga (Chain). Rare original edition. Hurry to replenish the collection.
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Anti-religions Extra fine №-701 (Code: g02907)

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673.00 USD
Anti-religious playing cards began to be issued in the USSR in 1931. In the USSR, cards were distributed with Russian indexes and Russian text on aces. This is the only anti-clerical propaganda deck released at the Card Factory, artist Sergey Levashov drew the cards.
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Playing cards Russian Hippopotamus (Code: g04318)

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21.00 USD
Playing cards Russian Hippopotamus. Drawings of the costumes of this deck, if you look closely, are similar to the famous Russian satin cards. The deck belongs to one of my favorite areas of the collection - Beasts - card characters. These cards were drawn by a young artist Alexey Lutkovskiy.
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This section contains a deck of classic design style, in most countries — this deck of two mirror halves. But the mirrored halves on the cards were not always only in the early 19th century, someone, for convenience, came up to share the card, not to turn it into his hands. Up to this point the figures depicted on the cards in full growth. But in addition, now that the already familiar French suits in the world there are other systems suits. In Spain, Italy, Germany and the countries were once colonies of these countries still figure on the cards shown in full length. In traditional Spanish and Italian decks and similar suits are called: swords, cups, denarius (coin) and wands (batons). At German cards suits are called acorns, hearts, bells and leaves.

The Swiss were founded by German suit, but was replaced in the hearts of arms, and the leaves on the flowers.

Separately want to talk about the origin of the French colors. This processing of the German colors, distinctive simplification, stylization. Hearts were called Hearts (heart), the bells were called Bubi (diamond), grape leaves — Blame (peaks) (spade), acorns — clubs.

So far, there is debate that took place before the traditional deck or a deck of tarot.

In junior Arcana tarot deck in each suit contains four face cards King, Queen, Knight (Rider) and Jack.

On the German charts for traditional braces cards discarded lady, there are two officers — Ober (high card) and Unter (junior).

In Spanish and Italian too, no queen, a king, a rider and a jack.

It is only in French (and now classic) system suits present — Queen.

The number of cards in the deck and in many different countries. In the classic deck of 52 cards and 2 jokers just 54. But the jokers in decks began to appear mainly in the 20th century. And often there was only one joker. That is, the deck 53 has been card for example, be in USSR up to 60s of the 20th century. Now the number of jokers can be very different. In Germany most decks 32, 36 cards. In Russia, 36 cards, 48 cards in Spain. Italy 40 cards. Switzerland 36 cards.

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