Spanish Playing Cards, Barajas Espanolas, Red Color, Color rojo Faisan available on July 24 2018 from Amazon for 9.87
UPC bar code 796551396050 ξ1 registered July 24 2018
Product category is Electronic Card
Manufacturered by Faisan
Product color is Red
Product weight is 0.25 lbs.
40 Playing Cards / 40 Cartas para jugar Red Color / Color Rojo Perfect for family nights / Perfecto para noches en familia Made in Mexico / Hecho en Mexico 1-4 Players / 1 a 4 Jugadores Spanish Faisan Naipe Plastic / Naipe Espanolas Faisan Plastico Barajas Espanolas En Caja Plastica, Spanish Playing Cards, Plastic Case The Spanish playing Baraja are a method of fortune telling. Interpretations vary according to the sources but this does not matter, because it is the cartomante must assign each letter the interpretation one you like. Besides some fortuneteller interpret the letters as if they go right or vice versa. Likewise it was considered the cups and coarse as beneficial while gold sticks and swords were more negative. It is true that in each suit there is good and bad cards. Gold cups and usually represent people with fair skin and blond hair and clubs and swords people from skin and dark hair. The so-called Spanish deck is a deck of 48 cards or letters, classified into four suits, each numbered from 1 to 12. More often than not have decks numbers 8 and 9, so only have 40 cards. The figures on Spanish playing cards correspond to the numbers 10, 11 and 12, and are called "jack", "horse" and "King", respectively, and, unlike the French deck, full body represented. 1 is called as many games, a name that comes from the Latin as, that means one. Some decks also include two jokers. The four suits are coins, cups, swords and clubs (in their respective ascending order). For certain games are divided into short sticks (golds and glasses) and long (clubs and spades). The frame around the figure has a sign on the shorter sides, to distinguish the post in question without displaying all the cards: in gold is a solid line in the glasses there is an interruption, the swords two and the three clubs. This signal is called "the look" and has left the expression: "I knew by the look". The equivalent in the French deck, there are the figures under the number. This deck is based on tarot cards, except that the 48 letters of the Spanish cards (which are called "minor arcana")