Columns of Gediminas

Historic hand-drawn Lithuanian Playing Cards from 1930

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The story

During the interwar period (1919 – 1938) the Lithuanian government held a competition, where the best artists competed to draw a beautiful, symbolic deck of cards. “Gedimno Stulpai” (Columns of Gediminas) is one of the winning decks. The cards were hand-drawn by an unknown Lithuanian artist in 1930. They were used as a state symbol and include people in national costumes. The kings depict Lithuanian Grand dukes – kings of Lithuania.

About the cards

Reviews

Really nice cards!
5/5

Hands down best set of cards I’ve purchased. Very well thought out design and great quality. Would buy again!

A piece of history
5/5

I like the fine detail of the cards, and outer casing. It really feels like a high-quality historic item.

Amazing!!!
5/5

Awesome playing cards! Amazing designs! It will be a worthy bonus addition to my collection.

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