A vividly coloured (eye-catching?) packaging showcasing "Tík Táck" cane vodka by Destileria La Central S.A., seemingly printed by Gráficos Impresos in El Salvador, around the 1980s. Tík Táck is celebrated as El Salvador's most renowned spirit, enjoyed neat or as a versatile mixer. The court cards feature a Fournier design. See the box►
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I've played card games from the age of three, collecting all things "cards" from 16 and finally started to specialise at 58! Thanks to these wonderful pages and a certain Mr Lodge, my main interest is in British decks, with examples of the English standard pattern in other countries. Looking forward to retiring next year when I can spend more time on this wonderful interest.
A limited edition art print of the Queen of Clubs 1984 woodblock joker.
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A brightly coloured pack promoting “Tík Táck” cane vodka from Destileria La Central S.A. in El Salva...
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