Front of deck

This deck contains 54 playing cards with Paris monuments. Card backs have an image of the Eiffel Tower, Arc of Triumph, Sacré-Coeur and Notre Dame, as shown on the image. These are typical souvenir shop cards, which are some of my favorites. These types of cards are often gifted to me by friends who are traveling and think of me when in a gift shop.

Each card face has an image of a different site in Israel. Includes pictures from: Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Eilat, the Biblical village, Israel Museum, Nazareth, Bethlehem, Mount of Beatitudes, Tabgha, Jordan River, The Dead Sea and more. These were bought for me by a friend while on a trip to Israel.

Holy Land Playing Cards

Front of deck and card back image

Photograph credits and sample card fronts

Back of deck

Haunted Mansion Playing Cards side of deckThese are official Disney Parks Haunted Mansion playing cards. These were first issued in 2011.  The back design is glow in the dark, and the ace and face cards each have one of the four portraits from the stretching room at the beginning of the ride.  These were only available at Disney Parks and is in its original packaging and the cards are still plastic sealed. This deck’s outer cardboard cover has wear damage on the edges. I have two of this deck.

Ragnar Las Vegas

Ragnar cards were issued to each team captain

Ragnar Relay is a 200 mile, 2 day, team relay run. These runs take place all over the country. This deck of cards was given as a captain’s gift. Every race, there is a gift just for the team captain, and the captain for the team I ran on gave hers to me.

These cards were not for sale. They are unused and sealed.

Los Angeles Illustrated Cards

Los Angeles illustrated cards, each card face is a different landmark

This deck is custom illustrated by Portland, Oregon based artist, Aaron Voronoff Trotter. Each face card is a different illustration of landmarks in Los Angeles. Each deck is numbered and signed by the artist, with a limited run per printing. This deck is 34 of 40, 4th printing, dated 2013, and is still in its original wrapping.