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Napoletane 97/25 Modiano Regional Italian Playing Cards. Authentic Italian Deck.

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Description

  • Regional Italian Playing Cards
  • 40 Cards in Deck - Neapolitan Style - Napolitane
  • Size 51x83.5mm, 2" x 3.29"
  • Made in Italy by Modiano
  • Triple Card Stock Plastic Coated

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Customer Reviews

Good purchaseThis Scope deck is satisfactory in my opinion. I've given them as gifts after we've taught friends how to play. The weight of the cards is nice, and what I expected (I'm comparing these to a deck I purchased in Italy.) The graphics aren't quite as clear/vibrant as I'd like, but it is acceptable. And if one doesn't have something to compare it to, one might not notice. A good price for the quality. 4Fun Italian card gameA fun card game when you know how to play. Warning: The instructions are written in Italian. I bought these to play with my Italian griend, who could teach me in English. The cards are avout 3/4 the size of American playing cards. So, they are hard to shuffle. But once you gwt the hang of it, the game is quite fun. I have yet to win. I guess I would never know if my friend is cheating! 4An Italian StapleThese are a staple of any Italian household! They're primarily broken out during family functions where Scopa or Scopone games inevitably form (and inevitably cause arguments). Very good quality and I expect them to last many years.FYI the 97/31 and 97/25 decks do not differ in any way other than the print on the back of the card. Don't be confused by the different color boxes. 5The real NapoletaneModiano is in my opinion the best brand for these cards -- the artwork, and quality of the cards, is much higher than that in other brands.This said, the cards I bought in Italy some 10-15 years ago are even better -- even a bit thicker, with a slightly higher gloss. Also, the faces of the figures are slightly too orange -- the originals were in a more natural pink complexion. It must be the general quality of Modiano which is also slowing coming down. But still, I am being very picky here: this is still as good as you can buy. 5Great memories with these cardsThese cards just brought back memories immediately as I opened the box.The countless hours I spent as a child playing "scopa" and "briscola" with my family.There's something about these regional cards, be they from Napoli, Brescia, Veneto, Sardinia, wherever.. All regional designs of cards in Italy have a story to tell and a certain "feeling" to them.Everything is amazing, the size (which I love, smaller than standard french cards), the material (superb quality from Modiano, every time), and the designs (each card has personality, and somehow make all games more enjoyable).In conclussion, a great quality product, with great durability and looks. I'll always recommend Modiano cards to anyone who asks! 5Great for Introducing Family Members to New Card GamesMy mom and stepfather love to play cards with each other in the evening, but they usually stick to standard games played with 1 or more traditional 52-card decks. Our family plays the Nancy Drew adventure games from time to time, and we recently encountered the Italian Scopa card game and couldn't help thinking that other members of my family could enjoy it too. I picked this deck of cards up as a Christmas present and chose it over the other Scopa decks offered by the same company because it also includes instructions for Briscola.In terms of quality, these cards have a very attractive design and the glossiness you would expect from almost any new deck of cards.Depending on your (or the gift recipient's) familiarity with card games, you may want to print out a separate, larger instruction sheet for them to read and get familiarized with the game. For obvious reasons, the instructions are squeezed onto the front of one playing card size sheet and could be a bit muddlesome for one who doesn't pick up new card playing variations easily. 5Very Nice, Quality Italian Cards - NeapolitanI purchased these cards to continue a long tradition of playing cards during the holidays (Christmas, New Year, etc). They are quality cards, much thicker than the American counterparts. They are also beautifully detailed. I am introducing the kids in the family to an Italian card game I played as a kid "Sette e Mezzo" (Or 7 1/2). There are many other games you can play as well, like Scopa. 5Nice, heavy Scopa cards...Bought these as a replacement deck for the cards that came with our Scopa game. We've played so much that the cards were showing a lot of wear. These are excellent playing cards. They are nice and heavy...maybe a bit too heavy as we are having a hard time shuffling them. But know that they will last through may games of Scopa because of how well they are made. Would recommend these to anyone interested in Scopa cards. 5Fun cards for Italian gamesGreat Italian style playing cards. Good quality cards that should hold up for many plays. There are only 40 cards in the deck, and they are smaller than your average poker size card, so you should be aware of what you're getting before purchasing.I played with my father-in-law, who's from Naples, and he instantly felt at home with these. He wondered where I got them and for how much. I told him Amazon for a mere $7. He thought that was reasonable. He then (re)taught us all how to play Scopa, and even my 5 year old jumped in, which made me happy.If you're looking for a fun change from the standard 52 playing card deck, and don't mind learning some new games, then give this a whirl. You might like it. 5Everyone should learn to play ScopaScopa is an Italian card game. It means "sweep." The deck is based on a standard deck but minus 8-9-10, for a 40 card deck. There are 3 face cards worth 10-11-12. Each player is dealt three cards and four are placed face up. The object is to pick up the cards on the board with matching cards from your hand. You can pick up more than one card on the board if their combined total equals the number on the card in your hand. (Example you can pick up a 7 and a 5 with a king, which is worth 12). If you "sweep" all the cards on the board, that is a "scopa" and you get a point. You also get points for having the most cards, the most sevens, the seven of gold and the most golds. It is totally addictive, with a good combo of luck and strategy. Great for families and pairs, especially when you're on vacation! 5
Napoletane 97/25 Modiano Regional Italian Playing Cards. Authentic Italian Deck.

Napoletane 97/25 Modiano Regional Italian Playing Cards. Authentic Italian Deck.

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€39,00
Sale price
€39,00
Regular price
€64,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€25,00)