Kruckow (DKK)

DKK58  SOLD DKK58: Whist. Price: € 20.00. Whist deck with 52 cards. Quite dirty and with some bends, but no total breaks or rifts. No box, no joker. The centerpiece on the back, crown to crown is 4,4 cm. Another version has smaller crowns.

DKK59  SOLD DKK59a: Prima Spillekort. Lhombre. 1918-28. Price : € 80.00. Very little used, almost mint. Probably not played. 40 cards, complete, in the plain box Kruckow often used. This one is red. The version here is with yellow-striped bottom inside the borders, and plain crème outside. No firm-name on the Jack of Clubs. The Green Danish tax stamp depicts the deck to be after 1918. SOLD DKK59b: Same deck. Price: €70.00. Also very little used. In a blue box, with a loose lid

     DKK60a: L’Hombre. Elite. Nr.140. 1920s. Price: € 60.00. At some point a L’Hombre-club has ordered a bigger number of decks. They were delivered in small packages with six in each, two shown here. The tax label depicts the year to exactly 1920. This deck, unopened, 40 cards in cellophane, has waited 100 years to find a new owner! Three cards from a similar deck shown.

DKK60b  DKK60b: L’Hombre. Elite. No.140. 1920s. Price: € 30.00. At first sight this deck looks unused, but no. It has been played with, and is therefore slightly dirty. No wrapper.

DKK60c  DKK60c: L’Hombre. Elite. No.140. 1920s. Price: €15.00.  40 cards. This deck has been used for a card-game where only Ace, King, Queen, Jack and 5 has been used,- so they are quite used, while the rest are almost unused. King of Hearts has a bend.

  DKK61: L’Hombre. Elite. Nr.140. 1920s. Price: € 60.00. Same courts and decscription as in DKK60. 

  DKK62: L’Hombre. Luxus. Nr.240. 1920s. Price: € 60.00. Same courts and decscription as in DKK60.    

DKK63  SOLD DKK63: Prima Spillekort. Lhombre. -1918. Price: € 20.00. This version is with the same colour both inside and outside the border of the court cards, and with the company name (very vague) on the Jack of Clubs. A very dirty and yellowed deck, with broken corners on King of Clubs and Ace of Spades. The very very vague Danish tax stamp, purple, depicts it to be before 1918. In plain box. 40 cards, complete  

DKK65  SOLD DKK65: Prima Spillekort. Lhombre. 1918-28.  Price: € 70.00. Slightly used deck. In slightly used plain red box. 40 cards, complete. Borders around the court cards only (in other versions there is a border on all cards). Nice green Danish tax stamp. ..

  DKK75: Single cards. From before 1928. Price: € 4.00. Six court cards and three number-cards with small centerpiece on the back. Nine number-cards with big centerpiece on the back. All cards VERY much worn. 

DKK81  DKK81: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 30.00. 40 cards for Lhombre. Dirty and yellowed. Four cards have small bends. Plain box “Prima Spillekort” with no lid.

DKK82  DKK82: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 35.00. 40 cards for Lhombre. Dirty and yellowed. Plain box “Prima Spillekort” with loose lid and a rift.

DKK83  DKK83: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 25.00. 40 cards for Lhombre. Very very dirty and yellowed. Two bends/breaks. No box.

DKK84  DKK84: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 35.00. 40 cards for Lhombre. Dirty and yellowed. A few bends. Plain blue box with “Prima Spillekort” and no lid.

DKK85 DKK85: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 35.00. 52 cards. Dirty and yellowed. A few bends. No box. 

DKK86  DKK86: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 25.00. 52 cards. Dirty and yellowed. A few bends/breaks. No box. Six of Hearts is replaced by another card.

DKK88  DKK88: Pattern 09-08. 1920s. Price: € 20.00. 36 cards. Very dirty and yellowed, also on the reverse. With bends/breaks. No box. It has been used for a game with the cards 5-9 + court cards, – so probably it is from a deck for whist, where the other cards have been discarded. A black reverse is quite uncommon to find.

  SOLD DKK90c: “Kruckow’s Danske Spillekort”. Before 1928. Price: € 35.00.  52 cards for whist. No box. Red reverse with four roosters and a curling pattern in the center. Dirty and yellowed cards, but with no bends or breaks. Nine of Hearts is changed for another in the ‘wrong’ colour.