C1880 Historic Stereotype XIX Century Antique Playing Cards +TIN Museum Quality. VIEW MORE IN THE STORE!CONDITION: (Subjective) HTF Condition, Gently Gameplay Surface Soiled / Light Surface Wear / Light Surface Scratches / Acceptable Edges / Few Minute Surface Creases - ALL ACCEPTABLE FOR ITS EXTREME RARITY. TIN : No Major Damage / Worn Gold / Enameled Tin Graphics Strong / HTF in this Condition. PRINTER : Published by Hartley Bros Pty Ltd, / Printed in New York. COLOR / Pattern : Light Navy Blue / Cream White. Ace TITLE: As Black as the Ace of Spades. COUNTRY: New York / Exported to Australia. TITLE / SUBJECT: Sutherland Coon Cards.
Now you can own one historic deck with pure confidence and having the luxury of displaying a historic time piece that's authentic. HISTORIC DETAILS: This Historic depict persons of foreign heritage in an uncomplimentary manner. Possibly made during a time of segregation, the set was presumably seen as humorous and socially acceptable in those days.
The imagery of watermelons and flamboyant dress provides documentary evidence of popular culture, social history, stereotypes, ethnicity and national identity from that time and also illustrates how attitudes have changed. Laughter and ridicule prevailed in the post-Civil War period and the first half of the twentieth century.These attitudes became embedded in the media artifacts of the time. In the early part of the twentieth century the desire to make insulting fun of black people was expressed by the so-called "coon card" craze. In addition to demonstrating historical change, this material can reinforce a more positive concept of multicultural society today. This is a true piece of gaming history as each deck does tell a story and also proves that owning such a magnificent artifact is truly remarkable for any collector! This spectacular investment example is only one reason why to own such a piece that's rich in US card history. Please subscribe our newsletter to the greatest card store around as we are currently adding items daily and offering huge weekly discounts to our subscribed Ebayers! Collecting playing cards can be a very rewarding hobby. There is the excitement of the hunt for new decks, whether through collectors' meetings, internet auctions or at shows and flea markets where every new table may unfold the unexpected treasure. Even better, there is the enjoyment of fellow collectors, some of the most interesting people in the world! Playing Cards New York Playing Cards Merger Unopened Bicycle Naipes Sealed Decks USPCC Congress Whist books hoyle patience Arrco Dougherty Tobacco Cards Spelkort, Naipes Triplicate, Bee, 18th Century french France, SWAP, Swap stamp Spielkarten Spillekort Cartea da gioco magic decks casino cards worlds Fair Speelkaarten Swap Cartas deJogar Scarce Rare Limited Museum, Mogul, Pelikorit Dondorf Squeezers Bridge Hochman Cards Cribbage, Le Normand Cards, Tarot, Fortune Telling, B. We warrantee and represent that the goods are as described in the above listing. We specifically disclaim any implied warranties of title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. Customers should satisfy themselves that any item choice made is suitable for their intended purpose or use.
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