Copas seven jack cavalier baraja 19th century 1878 stock photo

Belgium, 1878, 19th Century, 19th Century Style, 2015

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Stock photo ID:486168846
Upload date:August 30, 2015
Categories:Stock Photos | 1870-1879


These are the seven, jack and cavalier of copas / cups or hearts from a pack of Spanish playing cards (baraja) dated 1878. It was produced in Turnhout, Belgium, by the playing card manufacturer Leonard Bierman. Belgian playing cards follow the French style of suits, with clubs, diamonds, hearts and spades. At this time, it was felt that there was a market for Spanish-style cards, with their four suits Copas (Cups / Hearts), Oros (Gold Coins / Diamonds), Bastos (Clubs) and Espadas (Swords / Spades). There are ten cards in each of the four suits, each one lacking the 8 and 9. The court / picture cards are numbered 10, 11 and 12.
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