Mint, sealed double deck of Fournier's beautiful and interesting "Chinese Costumes" playing cards, made c.1984, and published by U.S. Games Systems, with designs "from printed sources in The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum," a country estate in the Brandywine Valley formerly owned and used by the Du Pont family. I do not have an open deck of these cards, but the faces of the cards can be seen at the World Web Playing Card Museum (WWPCM04048).
I have previously sold open decks to these cards, and the decks each consist of 55 cards, as follows: (i) the deck with black backs has 52 cards, plus 2 Jokers, plus an insert card that begins to describe the deck; and (ii) the deck with the red backs has 52 cards, plus 1 Joker, plus 2 insert cards that continue and finish the description of the deck. The cards are bridge size, measuring 89mm x 57mm.
As noted, the cards and box are mint and sealed.
Reference: Fournier, Playing Cards II, Spain 980
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