Two complete decks of cards in this tiny little box distributed by Arrco Playing Card Co. While the box has lots of wear around the edges (the result of being stored in a drawer), the cards are in near perfect condition with no bends or broken corners. In fact they are still stiff enough to make shuffling a bit difficult. And they are all there. Just 2-1/2 inches tall and 1-5/8 wide with a picture of an antique car on each one. Marked as ‘junior’ size, they are great for carrying in a pocket or purse. Ready for a quick game anytime. These are the original Arrco playing cards, not later issued reprints. The original gold seal has darkened with age and with some reliability dates them to the mid-1960s. The seal is believed to have changed to blue in the late 1970's. Arrco playing cards were first printed by the Arrco Playing Card Company in Chicago in the 1920s and was known then as the Arrow Playing Card Company.