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Unusual section of the site. It contains cards produced in one factory - Color Printing Combine. The factory for the period of its existence from 1817 to 2004 repeatedly changed its name.

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Playing cards Promelektronika (Code: g00760)

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19.00 USD
The most original and rarest and most interesting advertising deck of the famous printed on the CCP. The idea and implementation of the release of the deck belongs to Denis Yuryevich Korshunov, Commercial Director of Promelectronics. Artist I. Usachev
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Lubok playing cards of Victor Sveshnikov - 54 cards (Code: g03154)

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21.00 USD
Lubok playing cards Victor Sveshnikov’s were published in the USSR in the form of a deck of 36 cards. But it turns out the author has drawn a deck of 54 cards !!!
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Historical Playing Cards Option 2 (Code: g02088)

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18.00 USD
Historical playing cards painted artist Nikolai Karazin. Published under the name Top Grade, and sold on 2 decks in one box. There are 2 variants of such a deck. They differ in drawings on the peak and cross jacks. See version 2 of the deck - g01151. For sale reprint in which both variants of jacks.
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Historical playing cards painted artist Nikolai Karazin (Code: g01151)

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18.00 USD
Historical playing cards painted artist Nikolai Karazin. Published under the name Top Grade, and sold on 2 decks in one box. There are 2 variants of such a deck. They differ in drawings on the peak and cross jacks. See version 2 of the deck - g02088. For sale reprint in which both variants of jacks.
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Travelling playing cards (Code: )

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19.00 USD
Travelling playing cards. Solitaire cards of the famous card artist Adolf Charlemagne. Sold on 2 decks in one box. Printed using gold paint.
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Slavic playing cards 1930. (Code: g01275)

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21.00 USD
Slavic playing cards 1930. In the early 1930s, the USSR began to actively produce playing cards - new decks appeared: Slavic and Historical. Slavic produced 2 options with Russian indexes, and with the English for sale outside the USSR - see the deck - g04103.
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1840 year Russian playing cards (Code: g03817)

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24.00 USD
Reprint of the little-known Russian year 1840 deck.
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Neva. For the first time full Author's version (Code: g03096)

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23.00 USD
Many card lovers know this deck, but few know that the author Victor Sveshnikov drew 3 jokers for the deck and several options for back. At the PCC even probes of all variants were printed. These samplers survived thanks to the Latvian collector and propagandist of playing cards Janis Metra.
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The anti-fascist cards of 1942 (Code: g00887)

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15.00 USD
The anti-fascist cards of 1942 issued in besieged Leningrad are one of the most famous and rarest decks of the CPC. The release of this deck during the war is overgrown with legends.
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Playing cards Side of the World (Code: g00763)

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13.40 USD
This deck was announced by Alexander Perelman - New playing-card figures by Academic Sharleman, Sankt-Petersburg, 1995
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Travelling playing cards (Code: g01215)

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15.00 USD
Travelling playing cards. One of the smallest decks produced in a card factory in Tsarist Russia. for sale reprint.
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ancient Mayan culture (Code: g00082)

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23.00 USD
Playing cards designed by the artist V. M. Sveshnikov, on the theme of the ancient Mayan culture. One of the brightest decks published in the USSR. There are for sale reprint deck
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Unusual section of the site. It contains cards produced in one factory - Combine color printing. The factory for the period of its existence from 1817 to 2004 has repeatedly changed its name.

In 1817, Emperor Alexander I consented to the construction of a Card Factory attached to the Alexander Manufactory of an educational home. At the same time, the import of cards from abroad was prohibited, which eliminated any competition.

The initiative to create a card factory belonged to the manager of the Alexander manufactory. In 1860, the Alexander manufactory closed; Card factory remained its only active part.

In 1918, the Imperial Card Factory was taken over by the Commissariat of Social Assistance of the Union of Communes of the Northern Region, in 1919 it was subordinated to the Printing Department of the Economic Council of the Northern District and was mothballed. In October 1922 she was under the authority of the People's Commissariat of Finance, in 1928-1931. submitted to the trust "Lenpoligraf", in 1931-1935. - Commissariat of Finance of the USSR. In 1935, it was transferred to the competence of the People's Commissariat (from March 1946 - the Ministry) of the food industry of the USSR and renamed to the 2nd artistic printing house, since 1953 it was subordinate to the Ministry of Food Industry of the RSFSR. In September 1957, it became known as the 3rd offset printing factory of the Office of the Printing Industry of Lensovnarhoz, and in 1967 it was renamed the Combine of Color Printing.

From the very beginning and until the collapse of the USSR, it was the only factory that officially issued playing cards, and many collectors are looking for and collecting cards of this factory.
 
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