Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
Reminisce Playing Cards Set
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Reminisce Playing Cards Set

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Note: This set consists of one red, one green and one holo reminisce playing cards. Numbered decks are sent out randomly.

The first luxury and classical artwork playing cards specially designed for Cardistry. It is not merely for Cardistry. Compared to the Playing Cards currently available on the market, this is a silent memoir of the past millennium.

The original intention for this deck of Playing Cards was to pursue the purest state of the playing cards themselves. The design adopts the style of playing cards from 1831 to 1870. During this period, playing cards had moved away from and lost the label of being ‘toys of the Nobles’, and adopts a mainly graphical design. At the time, the convenient  ‘corner indices’ and ‘Symmetrical Court Cards’ have not been adopted. This deck maintains the visuals of the primeval playing cards.

In pursuit of the purest and most original appearance of playing cards themselves, adopting the style designed from 1831 to 1870. This restoration of the original design has not yet incorporated the appearance of the "corner indices" and "symmetrical court cards".