Double Deck Piatnik “Tiger and Bamboo” Playing Cards, 18th Century Japanese Screens w/ Ink on Gold Paper, Princeton University MuseumDouble Deck Piatnik “Tiger and Bamboo” Playing Cards, 18th Century Japanese Screens w/ Ink on Gold Paper, Princeton University Museum

Mint, sealed double deck of cards made by Piatnik, with backs featuring details from 18th century Japanese screens that depict an Asian tiger among bamboo shoots. The screens were a gift to the Princeton University Museum, and a tiger is the Princeton mascot. The cards are a wonderful gift idea for any Princeton alumnus on your list.

I assume that each deck has at least 52 suited cards, plus 2 Jokers, and, based upon the sample cards, that the cards are bridge size. They come in the original box.

As noted, the cards are mint and sealed in the box.

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ITEM ID
T00005368
ITEM TYPE
Vintage
COLOR
Gold

Double Deck Piatnik “Tiger and Bamboo” Playing Cards, 18th Century Japanese Screens w/ Ink on Gold Paper, Princeton University Museum

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