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Italia Divina

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Italia Divina

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Italia Divina series was funded on on Kickstarter and it’s now in production.

Italia Divina is the third and the limited deck from the series of the same name, about the wonders and the secrets of Italy.

Features:

  • USPCC Silver Metalluxe on Backs!
  • Limited Edition, 1777 made
  • Sealed and numbered
  • Premium white tuckbox with silver foil
  • Every court card is a female Goddess that represent an Italian city
  • Plenty of metallic ink on tuckbox and cards
  • Pure silver ink background on all face cards
  • 56 cards – Include 3 jokers, 1 explanation card
  • Perfect for travel or discover Italy
  • Printed in USA by USPCC

 

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Description

Italia Divina is the limited deck of the series. Only 1777 printed, with a numbered seal, a custom tuckbox and Metalluxe foil on card backs!

Italia Divina includes twelve of the most famous cities of Italy, all of which are already included in Radiosa or Segreta.

Italia Divina includes Roma, Milano, Firenze, Napoli, Venezia, and Torino.

About Italia Divina Series

Italia Divina is a series of poker playing cards that includes landmarks, stories, and secrets of Italy. There are three decks in this series: Italia Radiosa (Red), Italia Segreta (Green) and Italia Divina Limited Edition (White/Silver). Combined, they form the Italian Flag.

The courts are all custom and completely different in each deck, here is an example of the King of Spades:

Radiosa and Segreta have similar, complementary back designs, perfect for using them together. Divina has a different, more ethereal design in shining silver on white.

Each unique pip card features a beautiful location or reveals a hidden secret about Italy, the Land of Beauty. Here is an example:

These decks make the perfect travel companions for an Italian vacation, helping you discover and explore the many mysteries of Italy.

All decks are designed with functionality in mind; neither hints nor design will compromise playability in any way.

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