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Please help me ID these cards

Discussion in 'Playing Card Collecting' started by Ligarius, May 15, 2009.

  1. Ligarius

    Ligarius Well-Known Member

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    Trying to identify which brand of cards these are. She... err... They look European, probably Italian, by referring to the use of a 4SI index. I did my best to get the resolution as high as possible to help you guys out with the ID by getting a good close up.
     

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    For some reason "Double D" brand keeps popping into my head...must do research...
     
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    cards? where?:wink:
     
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    Not higher. We need bigger and more closeup please!:):wink:
     
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    Steiner Well-Known Member

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    I still can't find the cards in the picture, man this is worse than where's Waldo.

    Steiner
     
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    Cards? What were we talking about?
     
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  7. imperial10

    imperial10 Creativity Alliance

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    I can identify the girl...that's Aria Giovanni...now onto the uh... what is this thread about again???
     
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    Jumbo index, nice pips:)
     
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    Ok I had to google Aria Giovanni but when I did! Oh my!

    Apparently I am not the only person who would like to google her.

    Steiner
     
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  10. Ligarius

    Ligarius Well-Known Member

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    Seriously though. Try and forget the girl for a moment. :) Can anyone ID the cards? No joke, I really want to know.
     
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    imperial10 Creativity Alliance

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    Don't you mean "Apparently I am not the only person who would like to go ogle her."

    I have no idea what the cards are.
     
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    The Copag special edition from last year? Centennials, or something?
     
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    The Centennials had surprisingly plain backs but beautifully designed, impractical faces. I've been wondering whether anyone else noticed that each end of every court card is different in these decks.

    Never have seen the cards in the OP, but nice backs.....
     
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    Not Copag Centennial, i've got 2 sets of those. Backs are kinda plain with elaborate face sides.
     
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