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Cards from the Pattern Garden

A project in Cumbria, UK by Ian Cumpstey

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Medieval Mamluk style playing cards
Backers: 66
Average Pledge Per Backer: £38

Funded: £2,521 of £4,500
Dates: Jul 12th -> Jul 30th (18 days)
Project By: Ian Cumpstey
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About the texts ...

July 20th - via:
Hi backers, I promised you some more information about the texts on the cards. Well here it comes: The Topkapi cards in their current state have suits made up of ten pip cards and three court cards. The court cards are labelled (in Arabic... (Read More)


July 14th - via:
Hi all, I'm just posting a quick update to say welcome and many thanks to all of you for coming on board at the start of this project. I really appreciate your support. At this point, a couple of days in, the goal in fact seems still quite far away,... (Read More)

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