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Medieval Playing Cards by Elephant Playing Cards

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Medieval Playing Cards are intricate hand-drawn cards in the style of the first original playing card decks. Inspired by fearless knights, severe lords, and gorgeous queens, Medieval is designed to transport you back in time with a contemporary twist! Made in the old style of the first playing card decks from the card stock to the construction of the tuck box, Medieval will be a beautiful addition to any games night. These new decks have been created to show the beauty of the Medieval Age and have been inspired by the great artist – Diego Velásquez. Through this deck, they want you to feel this epoch and experience its elegance and grandeur. The team currently presents two types of decks: the Silver Unlimited Edition, and the Gold Limited Edition for those who want to stand out. The cards have a thicker Robusto card stock for a genuine medieval feel with a red wax-styled seal. Once the seal is broken, and the deck opened, the flap will fold back inside the tuck box just like a normal deck. It is the same size and will function the same as a regular deck after opening.

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Editor's Rating
Gold Limited Edition, Silver Unlimited Edition
Hand Drawn
Tuck Flap Packaging
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Weston Lanpher
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