Double deck of mint, sealed (cards, not boxes) “Jeu des Provinces de France” cards, made by Boechat Frères c.1979, for Dusserre. The court cards, Aces and Jokers feature original designs by Gilbert Pinon, depicting people from different provinces of France in dress indigenous to those provinces. The provinces are listed on the back of each box. I do not have an open deck of these cards, but they can be seen at the website of the World Web Playing Card Museum (WWPCM #04774).
I believe that each deck has 52 cards, plus 2 Jokers, plus a card listing the provinces. The cards are wide, measuring 88mm x 63mm. Each deck is in its own card box, and the two decks are housed in a double deck box.
The cards are mint and sealed, and all boxes are “as new.”
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