The maker was not allowed to make his own ace of spades—to forge an ace was a capital offence, nevertheless forged aces are found in private collections and in museums.
The evasion of taxes in England became a problem as the tax increased out of all proportion to the basic retail price of an untaxed pack.
The Queen of Diamonds has some damage to the top left corner. The cards have been exposed to damp but they are still as intact as they ever were with no separation.
There are a lot of surface marks but given the rarity of this deck we adjudge the markings to be minor. The Deck is complete – The cards are smaller than usual – continental sized with Continental / French pips – full length courts that are very decorative.
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Graphics from larger wrappers cut out and pasted to scrap book page.
One advertises "THE GREAT MOGUL" by Reynolds and Sons 29 & 30 Vere Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, London.
A piquet pack, full deck of 32/32 Playing Cards Small size 56mm by 84mm with Old Frizzle Ace of Spades. The Court cards are of an earlier period of Hunts/Gibsons and we assuming that this pack was recreated to mark the Coronation of Queen Victoria.
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