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Gene B
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Any ideas for decks that fit that era but handle decently?
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Another nice deck is the Pippoglyph II deck from Bent Castle Workshops:
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It's only just been published in 2018, but the new Hidden Leaves deck by Mahdi Gilbert might fit the bill.

They can be purchased here:

The court cards based on a Charles Goodall design from the 1800s. And the cards don't have the usual numbered indices.


I'm not a huge fan of the one-way pips on the number cards, but you can't have everything! They are printed by USPCC on high quality stock, so they are durable and handle well.


Here's some more cards:


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