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Gene B
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Any ideas for decks that fit that era but handle decently?
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Another nice deck is the Pippoglyph II deck from Bent Castle Workshops:

http://bentcastle.com/store.htm
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It's only just been published in 2018, but the new Hidden Leaves deck by Mahdi Gilbert might fit the bill.

They can be purchased here: http://beforemagic.com/store/

The court cards based on a Charles Goodall design from the 1800s. And the cards don't have the usual numbered indices.

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I'm not a huge fan of the one-way pips on the number cards, but you can't have everything! They are printed by USPCC on high quality stock, so they are durable and handle well.

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Here's some more cards:

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