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This unofficial deck of playing cards feature the faces of television's most beloved - the characters of Seinfeld.

You might be asking yourself (with that very particular inflection), what's the deal with playing cards? Well, if you must know, they originated in China during the Tang dynasty around the ninth century. Now we use them to play fun games with friends, to gamble away our livelihoods and to confuse young children with illusions. And now, at long last, we have Seinfeld playing cards printed on high quality material.

This is a classic deck with 52 standard cards and two jokers. Each of the Seinfeld characters has a suit: Jerry represents diamonds, Elaine is hearts, George is clubs, which leaves Kramer with spades. Naturally, Newman is the joker.

 

Details

ISBN: 9781925811063
Audience: General
Format: Cards
Number of Pages: 54
Publication Date: 1 May 2019
Publisher: Smith Street Books
Publication City, Country: Australia
Dimensions (cm): 8(H) x 6.5(L)

 

Author Biography

Chantel de Sousa is an Australian illustrator and queen of pop culture. Her previous books include Thank You for Being a Friend, I'll Be There for You, Yada Yada Yada, Will & Grace & Jack & Karen and The Beatles A-Z. She has also illustrated the Will & Grace Playing Cards, Seinfeld Playing Cards, Friends Playing Cards, and Golden Girls Tarot Cards, all released by Smith Street Gift.

Seinfeld Playing Cards
1999

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