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Game of Chimeras
This deck features 20 Illustrations in pencil by Yannick Pennanguer - the 12 courts, 4 aces, 2 jokers, the card back and the Notre Dame Cathedral which is background to every pip card. Published by Editions Face&Dos Paris as a souvenir for Notre Dame Cathedral. The cards are 6.3 cm x 8.8 cm The included information card reads (English side): Game of Chimeras Chimeras are mythical and strange creatures originating in the Orient. They were very present in medieval minds and imagination. One can often find these supernatural beings as sculptures in churches and other religious buildings. Contrary to the more popular gargoyls which were simple projecting elements used for draining off rainwater, chimeras had a pure ornemental function. The chimeras that ornate the towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, 46 meters (45 yards) over the city\\\'s ground, are straight products of Viollet-le-Duc\\\'s imagination, the architect who undertook the restoration of the church from 1845. Among these weird animals, fantasy birds and legendary monsters, the most famous chimera no doubt is Stryga (Queen of Hearts), the nocturnal and wicked spirit of oriental legends. Since she appeared, her thoughtful attitude has fascinated writers and poets. Still today she seems to look away the metamorphoses of the world below with detachment.
A 1978 reproduction by Harry Margary of the 1811 Metastasis - Transformation of Playing Cards deck. This facsimile is of the Nixon-Cowell-Jones variation of the original 1811 Metastasis deck and was estimated to be printed 1811 or possibly 1812 per Margary. However, recent appraisers and experts have placed the actual publication date as late as 1820. http://www.harrymargary.com/product_details.asp?id=15
Title:Transformation Playing Cards
Description:For the whole of the 19th century, plus a few years at either end, a minor but attractive social fashion flourished - the "transformation card". This name is derived from the idea of "transforming" an ordinary pip card into a wider picture, it being one of the rules that the pips must form part of the overall design and also remain in their original position on the card. Unquestionably one of the most amusing and ingenious packs ever devised was one designed and etched by I. L. S. Cowell and published in about 1811 or 1812. The original wrapper bore the title "Transformation of Cards. Metastasis". Not only do many timeless social situations (audience at the theatre, congregation in church, greedy employer at table, etc.) receive suitably disrespectful treatment, but there are also glimpses of contemporary entertainment, particularly pantomimes ("Perouse” was produced in 1801 and "Obi" in 1800, for example.) A reference to "The Lady of the Lake" suggests a date for the pack as post 1810, Scott's poem being published in that year. This pack also includes the 5 Clubs "Hottentot Venus". The publishers are indebted to the Master and Wardens of the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards for permission to reproduce this pack of cards from the Phillips Collection at Guildhall Library and to Miss Sylvia Mann who prepared the Introductory Note.
Size:3.9" x 2.5"
NOTE - this is a facsimilie of Cowell`s Transformation deck called Metatasis dated 1811 and should not be confused with S.J Fullers transformation deck with the same name and from the same period.
Besides having the tuck saying printed in Ohio or Kentucky, the bottom of the tuck of the Ohio decks has the Tally Ho Poker 9 trademark with no additional text while the Kentucky deck has a long copyright text . Finally the seal on the Ohio decks is blue and on the Kentucky decks it is black
Piatnik’s elegant and refined “France Royale” Bridge playing cards depict named historical characters from France’s royal past, including Luis 14th, Richelieu, Marie de Medici, Talleyrand, Marie-Antoinette, Anna D’Autriche, François I, Marguerite de Navarra, Louis XIV, Henry IV, Louis XVI and others. The four decorative aces and joker reinforce the historical style.
A collaboration between Kardify and Murphy's Magic, Six Strings is a fully custom deck of playing cards inspired by the most majestic and fascinating musical instrument- the guitar.
This limited edition deck is designed by Ade Suryana and features fully custom design, reimagined courts, and a beautifully crafted letter-pressed tuck case. Six Strings is as beautiful as it is functional – versatile for themed magic, game nights or to have in the collection.
Inspired by the intensely curious works of Escher, this deck was meticulously designed and illustrated to create a reality-bending deck in the most sincerest form. Good illusions blur the lines between dual designs, trying to persuade you to see something not quite there. But great illusions solidify those lines to transform these designs into unmistakably new perspectives. Large windows blend the boundaries between cards and box. Each deck in this year’s collection contains a singular perspective that controls the “reality” of the designs inside it, creating a stunningly visual change to the actual cards themselves. Will you be of the King’s persuasion and see his crown ? Or will your deck be captured by the Queen revealing a completely DIFFERENT set of pieces in tow? Bring home the world’s first dual perspective changing deck and keep a piece of playing card history for your shelf. This deck truly takes the genre to a whole new level. A quick video shows the utterly stunning visual change side by side between one “reality” and another to truly appreciate the amazing results these small perspective boxes can do.
A deck of 52 playing cards and 2 joker cards all uniquely designed by Band of Doodlers bandits. Each deck also comes with a blank card for you to doodle on.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, feuding gangs clashed culminating in an epic showdown. On one side, the coalition between the Imperial Yakuza Warriors and the Dark Side Punk Hooligans. On the other, an alliance between the Cholo Crew Resistance Fighters and the Rebel Mafia Mob. This is the Gang Wars.
The Hana luxury playing cards is an original set of decks designed by Steve Minty. These decks are inspired by the unique elegance of traditional Japanese culture. Elements from aspects of textile, art, and social structures are incorporated into this deck along with my design sensibilities to make these different from what I have done before.