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KEM Playing Cards, Deer, Double Deck in Case, 1940's-Reserved for Sepidar

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This vintage set of KEM playing cards are stunning! From the fabulous colors and graphics to the beautiful case. The cards show a deer in a mountain stream with the mountain and a tree behind her. One deck is in blue tones, the other in browns. Both decks are complete, no jokers. Case also contains a booklet with astonishing facts about KEM. In 1934, KEM made plastic playing cards that are "stainproof, germproof, moisture-proof, washable and remained like new for hundreds of games". KEM cards are known as the "finest playing cards in the world". The cards are in good condition. The case is hard and the hinge works well. The interior of the top is lined with material with the KEM logo. The box has an old piece of adhesive tape residue on the back and the satin lining has come unglued just where the box hinges. The box has a removable deck holder as well. This set is marked C142 on the Aces of Spades indicating it was made in 1942. This set should hold up for another 70 years!

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KEM Playing Cards, Deer, Double Deck in Case, 1940's-Reserved for Sepidar

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Material: plastic
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 448 reviews
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