Naipes Cardón

Naipes Cardón depicting traditional Argentine culture, 2002

Naipes Cardón designed by Mario Luis Rivero, depicting traditional Argentine culture and identity, published in 2002. The non-standard suit symbols are thistle flowers, cactii, mortar bowls and lances, with gauchos as courts and 2 Payador jokers.

Naipes Cardón depicting traditional Argentine culture, 2002 Naipes Cardón depicting traditional Argentine culture, 2002 Naipes Cardón depicting traditional Argentine culture, 2002

Above: Naipes Cardón depicting traditional Argentine culture, published in 2002. 48 cards + 2 jokers + leaflet in box.

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Last Updated August 12, 2019 at 02:38pm

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