DKS – Salomon og Holmblad

 

   DKS10: Tarok. Version 2 (Queen of Spades is the different one). L. P. Holmblad. 1852-61. Price: € 50.00. Square corners. Incomplete deck. There are the 9 shown court cards + 2 aces, and the picture cards I-III, V, IX-XVI, XVIII-XXI + 27 number cards. Yellowed but in good condition. No box.

DKS11: Tarok. Version 2 (Card II is the fidderent card). L. P. Holmblad. 1852-61. Price: € 60.00. Square cornersIncomplete deck. There are the picture cards I-XVI  + the tambour-player (defect)

  DKS12: Tarok. Version 2 (Card II is different). L. P. Holmblad. 1852-61. Price: € 200.00.  Square corners. 78 cards complete, but the picture cards nos.2-21 are with a red reverse, while the rest are with a blue reverse. Used cards, but no breaks or bends. No wrapper.

DKS13: Tarok. No.108. S. Salomon & Co. Før/before 1905. Price: € 4.00. Incomplete deck. Only the shown cards + 17 number-cards. Slightly used.

  DKS14: Tarok. No.108. S. Salomon & Co. Before 1905. Price: € 20.00. Incomplete deck with the 12 shown court cards, plus picture cards nos. 1-3, 5-10, 12-21,- and 18 number cards. It seems as if two decks are mixed.

  DKS15: Patience. No.42. Ca.1900-1910. Price: € 50.00. Used and dirty deck. Ace of Hearts is missing. No box. But still: Rare. 5,8 x 4,0 cm.

  DKS24: Holmblad No.96. Before 1989. Price: € 5.00. Printed by Coeur. Slightly used, in box. 2 jokers + score card.

  DKS25: Coeur. Price: € 5.00. This version from before 1989 is with yellow background. Mint deck in box, three jokers.

DKS26: Coeur. Price: € 2.00. Advertising deck. Used but not worn. 52 cards, no box.

  DKS27: Coeur. No.128. Price: € 1.00. The most comon pattern. Used in worn box. Two jokers.

DKS28: No.121. Ca.1950. Price: € 1.00. Much worn and dirty and with breaks and bends. No box. 52 cards. Probably printed in England.

DK29 DKS29: Club-Kort, L’Hombre, No.101. Price: € 40.00. Red. Lhombre,  from 1920, printed by Wüst. Complete with 40 cards. Very much used, and the red colour from the reverse has come off on the the neighbouring cards – probably because the were wet at one time. No box. 

DKS30: Ca.1910-20. Price: € 4.00. Twelve single cards. The six court cards shown + 2 aces + 2 number-cards. All VERY much worn and torn.

DSC06733 DKS44: Version No.96.Ca.1920-30. Price: € 3.00. Much worn and dirty, with breaks and bends in corners. Four of Hearts is missing. No box.  

  DKS52: Ca.1910. Price: € 70.00. This very rare early deck comes directly from the factory, through a late descendant of the family. It has never been sold/used. Corners are chipped off to mark them as “not for sale”. ONLY 35 cards! King of Clubs, Jack of Hearts and 15 number-cards are missing. No box.
DKS74: Holmblad. No.77. Ca.1950. Price: € 25.00. Unused deck, with golden corners, in worn box. Probably printed by Genechten, Belgium.

holmbuko DKS75: Holmblad. Ca.1920. Price: € 20.00This is an unusual deck, BECAUSE it has black pips on the red suits, but not on the other cards. The most common of this deck is black on black and red on red. It also comes in two variations, i.e. with white faces, as here, and with coloured faces. Used cards, but fairly nice. In all 24 cards (Court cards and 6-7s) probably taken from a full 52-deck.  

DKS76: Coeur. No.128. Before 1989. Price: € 4.00. The standard design, but printed in East Germany by the company Coeur = before 1989, but probably in the 70s. Unused deck, two jokers and a text card, slightly worn box.

DK93 DKS77: 30s. Price: € 1.00. Much worn and dirty, and with rifts. No box.

DK78 DKS78: S. Salomon & Holmblad. Price: € 4.00. Printed 1930-40 by Waddington. No box. Worn and yellowed deck.

  RESERVERET DKS79: Whist/Bridge No.114. Printed by Waddington. 1930-40. Price: € 4.00. Worn and yellowed deck. Torn box of another colour. 1 joker.

DK81 RESERVERET DKS81: [Lhombre No.140]. Pris: Kr.40.00. Udgivet ca. 1920. Trykt af det tyske firma Wüst. 40 kort komplet. Meget slidt og beskidt og med bræk. Original æske.

  DKS82: LHombre, No.140. Ca.1920. Pris: Kr.30.00. Trykt af Wüst. KUN 34 kort. Der mangler 6 bileldkort. Brugte kort, i æske. Printed by Wüst. ONLY 34 cards. 6 court cards missing. Used cards, in box.

DK93 DKS93: Udgave fra ca.1930-40. IKKE DET VISTE SPIL, men et nær MINT spil: Pris: Kr.300.00. Med guldhjørner. Uden æske, 52 kort + 1 joker. Grønt toldstempel på ruder es. (Se også DK77)

DK99 DKS100: Ca.1915. Pris:Kr.30.00. TRE enkelte kort. Formentlig trykt af Genechten, Belgien. Helt rene og uspillede. Ganske sjældne. Three singles. Probably printed by Genechten, Belgium. Clean and unused. Quite rare.

DK101 DKS101: Ca.1912-20. Pris:Kr.30.00. Ni enkeltkort, heraf 8 billedkort + klør fem. Meget beskidte og med manglende hjørner. Men jo sjældne. Nine singles.

dsc02212 dsc02213 DKS105: Bayer. Pris: Kr.100.00.  Et meget sjældent dobbelt kortspil. For det første er det udgivet ca.1930-40, dernæst er det en tidlig reklame for “Den Lille Tablet” ASPIRIN. En usædvanlig sag. Spillene er MEGET slidte, kortene brunede og med knæk. Det ligger i den originale læderagtige æske, men låget er brækket af. Altsammen med til at styrtdykke prisen. Og så alligevel! A rare double deck. Firstly it is published around 1930-40, secondly it is an early advertisement for “The little tablet” ASPIRIN. An unusual item. The decks are VERY MUCH worn, with yellowed cards with bends. They are in the original leatherlike box, bot the lid is loose. All makes the price dive heavily. But still!!

salbla1 salbla2 DKS120:  Tarok. Ca.1918. Pris: Kr.800.00. Blå ryg. Kom første gang ca.1905. Version med  jugendstilmønster på ryggen, og versionen med modstillet Salomon – Holmblad på klør knægt. Godt brugt spil, uden at være dårligt, men man kan se sliddet på kortenes midte. Ingen væsentlige buk eller bræk. Kortene ser mere slidt ud, end de er. Det skyldes, at de er trykt på gulligt karton (jeg har selv en anden version, som er trykt på hvidere karton). Fire kort er netop erstattet af kort fra et “hvidt” sæt, bl.a. hjerter dame. Ingen æske. Toldstempler på ruder es, – et grønt, der angiver perioden efter 1918, og MÅSKE et tidligere dansk? (Eller måske et australsk ??? – for spillet har været i Australien de sidste 100 år). Sjældent spil. Blue reverse. Version with Jugend-style design on the reverse, and the version with opposite Salomon – Holmblad on the Jack of Clubs. Well used deck, without being poor, but one can see the usage in the middle of the cards. No serious bends or breaks. The cards look more used, than they are. It is because they are printed on yellowish cardboard (I have a similar version printed on whiter background). Four cards are replaced from a “white” deck, among them the Queen of Hearts. No box. Tax stamps on the Ace of Diamonds (One Danish, green after 1918 and another perhaps earlier – or perhaps an Australian ??? – because the deck has been in Ausralia for the last 100 years). Rare deck.

    DKS121: Tarok. Ca.1918. Pris: Kr.600.00. Samme spil som DKS120 og DKS122. Lidt mere slidt. et enkelt kort har et ikke-slemt buk i et hjørne. Same deck as DKS120 and DKS122. A little more worn, a single card has a non-serious bend in a corner.

salrod1 salrod2 DKS122: Tarok. Ca.1918. Pris: DKr.950.00. Rød ryg. Kom første gang ca.1905. Version med  jugendstilmønster på ryggen, og versionen med modstillet Salomon – Holmblad på klør knægt. Brugt spil, men pænt. Ingen væsentlige buk. Kortene ser mere slidt ud, end de er. Det skyldes, at de er trykt på gulligt karton (jeg har selv en anden version, som er trykt på hvidere karton). Slidt og defekt æske uden flap. Toldstempler på ruder es – et grønt, der angiver perioden efter 1918, og MÅSKE et tidligere dansk? (Eller måske et australsk ??? – for spillet har været i Australien de sidste 100 år). Sjældent spil. Red reverse. Version with Jugend-style design on the reverse, and the version with opposite Salomon – Holmblad on the Jack of Clubs. Used deck, but nice. No serious bends. The cards look more used, than they are. It is because they are printed on yellowish cardboard (I have a similar version printed on whiter background). Used and torn box, no flap. Tax stamps on the Ace of Diamonds (One Danish, green after 1918 and another perhaps earlier – or perhaps an Australian ??? – because the deck has been in Ausralia for the last 100 years). Rare deck.

 

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