Lacrosse Playing Cards

Prospero Art, Illustrations by Jan Padover

This intriguing deck features illustrations by Jan Padover of Native Americans playing lacrosse. Modern lacrosse descends from stickball games played by northeastern Native Americans.

Standard poker size deck, 2.5" x 3.5" plasticized, 55 per box (4 suits of 13, two jokers and a key card with "Origins of Lacrosse"). Published by Prospero Art.
ISBN coming soon.

$7.95

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Lacrosse Playing Cards Prospero Art, Illustrations by Jan Padover inside image Lacrosse Playing Cards Prospero Art, Illustrations by Jan Padover inside image
Lacrosse Playing Cards Prospero Art, Illustrations by Jan Padover inside image
               


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