A Knightly Affair
This past Saturday we had a joint birthday celebration for Big Buddy (6) and Mini Man (4). They have both been intrigued with knights and d...
The Cloisters Playing Cards | South Netherlandish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Marking: Two watermarks appear in the paper of these cards. One is in the form of a fork-tailed Gothic letter "p" surmounted by a quatrefoil and appears at least in part, on the 2 of Nooses, the 2 of Dog Collars and the queen of Horns
: uncut sheet showing fifteen playing cards, 15th century. Discovered in the book cover of a Catalan manuscript volume of 1519. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (Barcelona).
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These are reproduction playing cards, this is the Moorish Deck from 1414 - 1495. This is the whole deck. Please note that the reconstruction of this deck of cards may not be totally authentic. The majority of the cards were missing from this deck of cards. There were only a few cards that serviced from this deck.
Bassetta – A Renaissance Italian Card Game
Bassetta, as researched by Giata Magdalena Alberti Introduction Bassetta, according to Giovanni Florio’s Worlde of Wordes is a card game in Renaissance Italy. Game historians list Bassetta, known a…