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SEALED 1970s Japanese Hakata Ningyo 54 Traditional Dolls Playing Cards Deck
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Japanese Hakata dolls are traditional clay dolls that originated in the Hakata region of Fukuoka, Japan. Renowned for their exquisite craftsmanship and intricate detailing, these dolls have been a significant part of Japanese cultural heritage for centuries. Typically crafted by skilled artisans, Hakata dolls often depict traditional Japanese figures such as geishas, sumo wrestlers, and historical characters. The dolls are meticulously hand-painted with vibrant colors, showcasing the artist’s attention to detail and precision. Hakata dolls are not only cherished for their artistic value but also for the cultural stories they convey.

This lot is a deck of sealed, unopened Hakata Ningyo playing cards produced in the 1970s. Each of the 52 cards and 2 jokers has a different full-color photo of a Hakata Ningyo doll. This deck is in pristine condition with no tears in the cellophane wrapper. The deck includes an intact and attached tax stamp. The sealed deck is in its original plastic case and cardboard card box.

The last seven photos show images of the front and back designs of the cards; however, these photos are taken from another open deck. This deck is totally sealed.

All our items are kept in a smoke-free and pet-free environment.

These cards are still sealed and in their original case and box. Please review the included photos of the actual item to make a complete determination of its condition.


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