The Forgotten Fifth Playing Card Suit

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According to Mental_floss –

In the late 1930s, the United States Playing Card Company was one of several manufacturers to introduce a 65-card deck. In addition to the four established suits, the packages contained a fifth: the eagle. (In England, companies sometimes used a royal symbol of crowns depicted in blue.) The cards were green instead of red or black and were intended for use in bridge games.

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1 Response to “The Forgotten Fifth Playing Card Suit”


  1. 1 howtohavegoodluckblog March 3, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    Yikes! Strip Poker would have been extremely challenging for ME, and I don’t usually wear panties!


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