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Re: Groo Playing Cards



For anyone interested this site has information on and pictures of playing cards
from all over the world.

http://www.ahs.uwaterloo.ca/~museum/vexhibit/plcards/plcards.html

Tim

Ruben Arellano wrote:

> Although the 'Spanish' type of cards I was talking about has suits like
> coins, daggers, and wooden clubs.  Not so much occultish, but rather a
> gypsy sort of theme.  I'll see what else i can find out about 'em....
>
> Ruben.
>
> Nate Piekos wrote:
> > I think Sergio is just into the whole occult/old world/gypsy thing anyway,
> > and likes to draw the cards like that.... but what do I know... I'm just
> > the guy who badmouthed the lunchbox...



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