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Re: Italy

Unread postby Jock1971 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:18 am  

SALZBURG SPIELKARTEN, Printed by DAL NEGRO.
The Salzburg Pattern is a German regional style deck played in the central northern most section of Italy, and is ussed by a minority of the population.The Salzburg pattern is an Austrian version of the Bavarian Pattern, it has German suit signs, is always single-ended and bears no indices. Card 10 in each suit is numbered with a Roman numeral, whereas the rest of the cards are unnumbered.
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Re: Italy

Unread postby Jock1971 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 7:32 am  

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL MUSHROOMS IN THE WORLD, Printed by IL MENEGHELLO in 1987.
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A original and rather novel design of the 22 major arcana by meneghello where the characters of arcana are re-depicted as mushrooms. While the connection between the original arcana card and the image chosen by Meneghello to replace it ,is unknown, there is no doubt of the beauty of the cards and of the set as a whole.
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Re: Italy

Unread postby Jock1971 » Mon Oct 24, 2016 5:30 pm  

SICILIANE PLASTIFICATE printed by DAL NEGRO
The Sicilian Pattern is one of the Spanish Italian regional style decks primarily used in the southern half of the country including the island of Sicily. The pack contains 40 single-ended cards which are unnumbered and unframed. In this pattern the different coloured bases refer to the values of the cards, the Kings stand on green bases, Knights on yellow bases and jacks on red bases. Regarding the actual suit signs, the cups look more like Grecian vases and the swords are thin and similar in execution to the Sicilian tarot.
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Re: Italy

Unread postby Jock1971 » Thu Oct 27, 2016 5:09 am  

PIEMONTESI PLASTIFICATE printed by DAL NEGRO
The Piemontesi or Piedmont Pattern is a French regional style deck used in the North Western half of the country, Either 40 or 52 unnumbered cards per pack and always double-ended, the cards measure 50mm X 81mm.
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The piedmont pattern along with the Genoese pattern from the same regional style decks, are practically identical to the Paris pattern except that they use Green, Red, Blue and Black colouring, and the court cards are unnamed. The main difference between these two packs is that the Piedmont courts are divided by a horizontal line, while the Genoese court cards are divided by a diagonal line.
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