King of Clubs Two playing card - Illustration

Letter K, Symbol, Chance, Clubs, Competition

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Stock illustration ID:165587350
Upload date:April 02, 2013

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King of Clubs playing card. One of 52 playing cards that make up a set or pack. ( See my other King, Queen and Jack cards on iStock. ) The King of Clubs, traditionally, should look to his right and hold a Sceptre and globe which denotes his power and strength. The King of Clubs is said to represent good character and loyalty.
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