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Anniversary cards commemorating 150 years of Russian card making (1817 - 1967).

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Posted 4 years ago

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BennyCayey
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In Russia and many countries of the former USSR, the Russian 36-card deck is the most common one. Its numbering includes 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Valet (Jack), Dama (Queen), Korol (King) and Tuz (Ace). The suits are identical to French ones. This deck is used for several Russian card games such as Durak or Ochko (a variant of Blackjack). Another common Russian deck is the Preferans deck that is used for the card game of the same name. It begins with sevens and is identical to the Piquet deck.
This is a 56 card deck, don't know the year made box written in Russian only thing that I can say looks like a date is Oct 29.25-77, written on back side of box.

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  1. martin, 3 years ago
    Whats the value of these cards?
  2. scott, 3 years ago
    i have the same cards looks like 29/1-4-71 could be april 1971 the front is red urs is green i've seen some on ebay for $195 and on google for $15 so i want to no now lol
  3. Michele Denesowicz, 3 years ago
    These may be Soviet Cards. I have a pack just like yours except my box is orange.
  4. alexa, 2 years ago
    helllo i have this plaing card if someone is interested to buy it email me ika-alex@mail.ru

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