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Napoletane-Scopa/Briscola Card Game


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 From Italy!

This deck is the Napoletane 97-25. It is from the Spanish regional style of Italian playing cards. The Size of the Deck is 3 1/2" x 2". Although played throughout Italy, it is most commonly played in the Campania region.

This is a plastic-coated playing card made of triplex cardboard. Triplex cardboard is thicker and meant to last longer than a normal plastic-coated playing card.

From Trieste, Italy by Modiano


The Modiano Brand:


The Modiano brand is synonymous with quality and excellence, mainly due to its rich 140+ year history producing and manufacturing some of the best playing cards in the world. But what you may not know is that Modiano is also a leading manufacturer of Italian Playing Cards as well.

These Authentic Italian Decks are 100% plastic and stay true to their rich Italian heritage in how they are designed. Of course any Italian deck would make a great gift for anyone, but for those more interested in the stylistic differences of Italian regional decks, below are brief descriptions of each.

With so many different regional styles to choose from, some people ask which is the "right" one. The answer is, "Whichever looks the best to you." The differences in the regional decks are only stylistic. A game of Scopa or Briscola will play the same no matter which regional deck you choose!


Spanish Regional Style

INCLUDES: NapoletaneSardeSicilianePiacentine, and Romagnole

The Spanish style decks are primarily used in the southern half of the country including the island of Sicily. They feature the Spanish style suits of coins, cups, swords and batons (also known as clubs). There are 40 cards in each deck. This regional style features a full range of colors. The images are full with ornate details and the use of shading gives the playing cards a life like appearance. The actual card sizes tend to be wider than the northern Italian cards, but are still a little smaller than their US counterparts.
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