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Leonardo Da Vinci Playing Cards Piatnik

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Leonardo Da Vinci Playing Cards Piatnik

$7.99 USD
 per 

Leonardo Da Vinci Playing Cards

This is a single standard deck of playing cards featuring the art of Leonardo Da Vinci.

Created in Austria by PIATNIK. The Piatnik factory was established in 1824 and is a recognized symbol of Vienna. When speaking about Playing Cards in Austria or anywhere else in the world, PIATNIK inevitably comes to mind.  Both the production methods and the assortment have changed significantly in the 185 year history of the company. An annual output of 25 million Playing cards, 1 million Board Games and 1 million Jigsaw Puzzles is proof that traditional games have lost none of their appeal. As ever Playing cards remain the central product category and PIATNIK offers the largest selection of standard and luxury Playing Card items worldwide. In the interest of product diversity and quality PIATNIK constantly pursues technical advancement and innovation in the production and processing of its wide range. 

Deck is brand new and sealed in cello wrap.

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Kenn Fong
Hold Leonardo's masterpieces in your hand!

Leonardo da Vinci is my hero. He was endlessly curious and it shows in the great detail in his work.

The reproductions you see here on your device don't do this deck justice. The 6 of Clubs looks washed out but as I hold the card in my hand, I can see depth into the background.

This deck has 54 works of art (two jokers) and a double-sided historical essay. The back is an extreme close-up of the Mona Lisa and a bust of Mona herself is on the Queen of Diamonds, and the full image is on the Ace of Spades.

The deck includes quite a few studies, which give an insight into the painstaking anatomical research he did (often with the assistance of grave robbers).

I thought this deck was a steal at $7.99.

(This was my first Piatnik deck, and I was surprised that the cards don't seem to be heavily coated with plastic, the way USPCC cards are. However, I am glad they did not have any embossing (Air Cushion Finish) the way USPCC cards do as this might have detracted from the images.)

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