Thanks to popular demand we are happy to present you 2nd edition of Pam's Vintage Tarot!:)
Note: this listing is for 90 bridge size cards measuring 2.25x3.5in, for standard Tarot size & more cards visit my profile!:) Thank You!^^;)
Note: For All orders outside US, VAT/Import tax/custom charge/post collecting fee is possible!
Pam's Vintage Tarot is a restored edition of... [click here for more]
Eight suits in classic playing card style! With this one deck, you can play classic card games like Poker, Tichu, Hearts, Spades, and Clubs as well as the best of modern card games like Lost Cities, Battle Line, En Garde, Parade, and more.
You get the four conventional suits -- spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs -- as well as four new suits inspired by historical playing card decks -- cups, shields,... [click here for more]
This is a deck of cards with seven faces on seven suits.
I've designed a few card games using this basic structure and found it to be a very fun format. It's pretty handy to have "generic" deck, so I wanted to share it with you, too. Below are printed samples of the cards. (Right-click and view image to see them up close.) Please note that these are JUST cards, not a game... [click here for more]
Yes the Pirates and Ninjas Playing cards!
I have maintained all of the cards from a regular deck of cards like the man with the Axe, the one-eyed Jack, the Suicide King, bedpost queen and so on!
Pirates are Black Cards and Ninjas are Red Cards! ... [click here for more]
Famous classical oracle deck inspired by simplicity of old heraldic imagery that transmit strong message with minimum symbols presented, re-imagined aged design with ancient feel appealing for divination today. Now improved 2nd edition with 30% Iarger image design for instant recognition &swift reading!:)
36 Bridge-sized cards,
Not reversible card back design.
+pdf guidebook available for... [click here for more]
This is one of the earliest card games on record preserved in its entirety with all 48 cards intact. Its name means "Court-office Game". This handmade deck was commissioned by Ladislaus the Posthumous, king of Hungary and Bohemia and Duke of Austria from 1453 to 1457. Each suit sign carries the coats of arms of four kingdoms: France (fleur-de-lis), Germany (eagle), Bohemia (lion)... [click here for more]