Adelaide Casino

Adelaide Casino playing cards by Spicers Paper Ltd, 1987, with non-standard colours for the suit symbols. The cards have been cancelled, in line with “strict State gaming law” as it says on the Box

Adelaide Casino by Spicers Paper Ltd, 1987 Adelaide Casino by Spicers Paper Ltd, 1987

Above: hole-punched deck from Adelaide Casino by Spicers Paper Ltd, 1987.

Operating from locations across Australia, New Zealand and Asia, Spicers supply quality print products and machinery. Spicers Paper Limited was sold to Nippon Paper Industries in 2009. Go to casinoaus online gambling

Adelaide Casino by USPCC, 1967

Above: hole-punched deck from Adelaide Casino by USPCC, 1967. International PCC appears on packs made in Canada and was another name used by USPCC, presumably for export packs.

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