Naipes ‘Charabon’

made by Industria Gráfica Papelera S.A., Santa Fe, Uruguay, 1983

Naipes ‘Charabon’ made for Dunbar Whisky, 1983 Naipes ‘Charabon’ made for Dunbar Whisky by Industria Gráfica Papelera S.A., Santa Fe, Uruguay, 1983 Naipes ‘Charabon’ made by Industria Gráfica Papelera S.A., Santa Fe, Uruguay, 1983

Above: this edition of Naipes ‘Charabon’ playing cards - depicting the Gaucho as a national hero -  was manufactured specially for the 1st Truco Tournament sponsored by Dunbar Whisky in Montevideo in September 1983 by Industria Gráfica y Papelera S.A. (ingrapa), Santa Fe 1167, Uruguay. A charabon is the chick of a South American type of ostrich (ñandú) similar to an emu, which is depicted on the fours of coins and cups and on the jokers.

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