5 edition of The American Historical Playing Card Deck found in the catalog.
The American Historical Playing Card Deck
by U.S. Games Systems
Written in English
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Fifty-two portraits adorn these 55 cards of this stately deck. The four suits are periods of U.S. History-Colonial, Federal, Civil War and Frontier. These include a detailed biographical booklet and rules for various card games.
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