Selection of decks of cards
This deck was prepared for release for a special edition in the city of Odessa on the eve of 2007. Why there? Because the publisher of pocket calendars, Roman Sendega, lived there, and after meeting me, several decks of playing cards. He printed all his publications in a very unusual way on foil, then the foil was laminated in an unusual way. All editions of Sendega were produced in ultra-small print runs. The maximum circulation is up to 20 copies. The latest series, including playing cards no more than 5 copies. The cost of producing such calendars and decks was very high. As the publisher himself wrote to me, about $ 1 for 1 calendar. There were not very many people who were able to buy his products. Roman Sendega died a few years ago, and now his products are a huge rarity. I have only 1 copy of such a deck published by Sendega. All the rest have long since dispersed into collections. I thought the deck layouts were lost, but I recently found them.
For sale there is a cardboard version of such a deck. Additional photos show maps from a copy published by Sendega. Of course, the scanner does not in any way convey what the playing cards really are.
Roman Sendega created a website where he cataloged his calendars from 1996 to 2019 (Death interrupted compilation and publication). The site is still available online.
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