Bidev 1979 typescript on playing cards' origin - Page 5.
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Playing cards is the name for the 54 cards used card games like poker, bridge, blackjack, solitaire, and Go Fish. There are 52 basic cards in a deck (not including the jokers). These cards have a suit and a number (called the value or rank).There are 4 suits and 13 ranks in each suit. There are also two Jokers that do not have a suit or a rank.
Traditional multi-player card games for which rules are available from this site are listed below in alphabetical order, together with the number of players and the design and number of cards or tiles needed for each - see further explanation at the end of the page. If you are searching for games for a particular number of players you may prefer to use the Index of Games by Number of Players.
Playing cards evolved from a variety of gambling games established in the Middle East and Asia, including chess and backgammon. Among the oldest known card decks is the “Marmalukes of Egypt,” a set marked with swords, cups, coins, and polo sticks. Cards arrived in Europe sometime in the late 14th century, likely passing through the major port of Venice. A key piece of evidence in this.
Husum - set of 2 pieces. All the pieces are in 'au-unc' condition as is usual for these types (serienscheine). Complete set!
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