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1933 Chicago World's Fair, A Century of Progress souvenir playing cards, featuring an illustration of The Federal Building. Boxed playing card deck, authentic antique paper ephemera, from the famous Chicago Exposition.

"THE FEDERAL BUILDING - one of the centers of interest to the millions of visitors to Chicago's Century of Progress World's Fair. Rising in stately grandeur beside a blue-watered lagoon, this structure represents the United States Government's contribution to the Exposition's story of the advancement of mankind in the hundred-year period which began with the incorporation of Chicago as a city in 1833."

"The design of this playing card is from the pen of Mr. Wm. Mark Young, Chicago's celebrated etching artist."

Joker features an exciting planetary graphic design!

Cards and box are in fair condition, showing signs of wear and age; card box is fragile.
King of Diamonds torn in half, and taped.
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1933 Chicago World's Fair Century of Progress Exposition Playing Cards - Federal Building Souvenir Boxed Deck


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: paper, ink, cardboard
  • Only ships within United States.
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