Native American Playing Cards
55 Portraits by Edward Curtis
This stunning deck features 55 of the best images taken by Internationally known ethnologist and photographer Edward Curtis (1868-1952), known as Shadow Catcher, a name bestowed upon him by several tribes.
Curtis made more than 40,000 photo images of over 80 tribes. He also made more than 10,000 wax cylinder audio recordings of Native American languages and music. He recorded tribal lore and history, described the tribal leaders, food, housing, garments, recreation, ceremonies, and funeral customs.
These dramatic cards will be the hit of any card game and the object of collectors!
Standard poker size deck, 2.5" x 3.5" plasticized, 55 per box (4 suits of 13, two jokers and a key card with Curtis biography and photograph). Published by Prospero Art.
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