The ace of spades (also known as the spadille) is traditionally the highest card in the deck of playing cards, at least in English-speaking countries. The actual value of the card varies from game to game. In legend and folklore, it is also known as the death card
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Ace of Clubs Playing Card T-Shirt. Great design for all the lovers of Poker, Texas Hold 'em, Blackjack, Bridge and other card games. Illustrated Ace of Clubs Tee. An ace is a playing card. In the standard French deck, an ace has a single suit symbol (a heart, diamond, spade, or club) located in the middle of the card, sometimes large and decorated, especially in the case of the Ace of Spades. This embellishment on the Ace of Spades started when King James VI of Scotland and I of England required an insignia of the printing house to be printed on the Ace of Spades. This insignia was necessary for identifying the printing house and stamping it as having paid the new stamp tax. Although this requirement was abolished in 1960, the tradition has been kept by many card makers. In other countries the stamp and embellishments are usually found on ace cards; clubs in France, diamonds in Russia, and hearts in Genoa because they have the most blank space.
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The dogs (well, canines) of Smash Bros kick back and relax with a game of poker. But drama unfolds as the Nintendog's four aces are beaten out by the Duck Hunt Duo's straight flush! Get the poster version here: https://www.teepublic.com/designs/170999
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Three percent aces USA flag. Political issues in the United States of America. Second amendment, the right to bear arms. I have replaced the 13 stars with aces. Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs, Spades. In the centre are the roman numerals 111.
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The ace of spades (also known as the spadille) is traditionally the highest card in the deck of playing cards, at least in English-speaking countries. The actual value of the card varies from game to game. In legend and folklore, it is also known as the death card. The ornate design of the ace of spades, common in packs today, stems from the 17th century, when James I and later Queen Anne imposed laws requiring the ace of spades to bear an insignia of the printing house. Stamp duty, an idea imported to England by Charles I, was extended to playing cards in 1711 by Queen Anne and lasted until 1960.
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