Mint, sealed double deck of standard Fournier English pattern cards, with striking backs depicting flamenco dancers. The 4 of Clubs in each deck has an imprint that dates the cards to the period 1964-1979. The World Web Playing Card Museum identifies these backs as part of Fournier’s “Spanish Souvenir” series, and the backs are signed by the artist. I am uncertain of the name, but it appears to be “Corbedo Correntos,” or similar.
I assume that each deck has 52 cards, plus 2 Jokers. In addition, each deck has a backed contract bridge scoring card that is loose in the box, not inside the wrapper. The cards are bridge size, measuring 89mm x 58mm, with gold gilt at the corners. They come in the original hard plastic Fournier box.
As noted, the cards are mint and sealed. The box is clouded in places with a few slight scratches, but is otherwise in excellent condition.
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