El Ferrocarril

Apparently these designs, based on traditional Mexican culture, had only recently been introduced into the range. The coin symbol has been substituted by an Aztec calendar, and the Sotas are female, in local costume.

Naipe El Ferrocarril, La Cubana, S.A., Mexico, c.2000 Naipe El Ferrocarril, La Cubana, S.A., Mexico, c.2000 Naipe El Ferrocarril, La Cubana, S.A., Mexico, c.2000

Above: Naipe El Ferrocarril by La Cubana S.A., Mexico, c.2000. 40 cards in box. Reverse: cactus flowers.

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