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Frank Lloyd Wright Playing Cards

$14.99
Unique set of colorful playing cards with geometric designs from the famed Wisconsin architect and designer. Two decks in a boxed set.
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Colorful and eye-catching playing cards for weekend cribbage, poker, solitaire, hearts, bridge. Features unique geometric patterns and designs created by Frank Lloyd Wright.


Includes 2 deck-sets of 52 playing cards plus two jokers


Interior box size for each deck: 2.75" x 3.75"


Drawer box size: 5.75" x 4.25" x1.25"

Colorful and eye-catching playing cards for weekend cribbage, poker, solitaire, hearts, bridge. Features unique geometric patterns and designs created by Frank Lloyd Wright.


Includes 2 deck-sets of 52 playing cards plus two jokers


Interior box size for each deck: 2.75" x 3.75"


Drawer box size: 5.75" x 4.25" x1.25"

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