Mint, sealed recent deck published by Berlin design firm Ampelmann GmbH, featuring the “Ampelmännchen,” a beloved East German pedestrian traffic symbol that survived reunification. The deck is called “Falschspieler,” which I understand translates “card shark” or “cheat.” The faces of the cards can be seen at the World Web Playing Card Museum (WWPCM #13987); I have elected to leave the cards of this deck in the wrapper.
The deck has at least 52 suited cards, plus 3 Jokers. The cards are slightly large bridge size, measuring 92mm x 60mm, and come in the original box.
The cards are mint and sealed, and the box is “as new.”
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