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WWII Most Wanted Art™ Deck of Playing Cards


These WWII Most Wanted Art™ deck of playing cards could help find priceless artwork stolen by the Nazis during World War 2. The Monuments Men and Women Foundation is offering a REWARD up to $25,000 for information leading to the legal recovery of the artwork on these WWII Most Wanted Art playing cards.

Monuments Men and Women Foundation’s WWII Most Wanted Art deck features 52 works, from Van Gogh to Renoir and from Rembrandt to Monet, that vanished during the 1940s. Join the hunt!

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WWII Most Wanted Art™ Deck of Playing Cards

Customized decks of playing cards have a rich history in the United States military, having been used during the Civil War, World War II, and most recently the Iraq War to bring visibility to particular mission. The Monuments Men and Women Foundation for the Preservation of Art is pleased to present this WWII Most Wanted Art™ deck of playing cards to bring visibility to some of the most important works of art that went missing during World War II and whose whereabouts are still unknown.

WII MOST WANTED ART DECK
The WII Most Wanted Art deck from the Monuments Men and Women Foundation includes fifty-two works of art featuring artworks confiscated and coveted by the Nazis and Adolf Hitler. Artistic cultural objects spanning the tenth through the twentieth centuries, and major European artists from various periods are represented in the deck. The Foundation worked with the owners of these objects as well as museums and law enforcement agencies to complete research into the circumstances of each loss.

THE HEROES
Museum directors, curators, art historians, artists, architects, librarians and educators. The “Monuments Men and Women," were a group of approximately 345 men and women from 14 nations: Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Poland, Russia, the Netherlands and the United States of America, most of whom volunteered for service in the newly created Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives (MFAA) Section during World War II. Many had expertise as museum director, curator, art historian, artist, architect, librarian or educator. Only their job description was simple: to protect cultural treasures so far as war allowed. Despite the Monuments Men and Women’s success in location millions of cultural objects and works of art stolen by Hitler and the Nazis - and returning them to the countries from which they had been taken - hundreds of thousands of objects are still missing.

JOIN THE HUNT
The Monuments Men and Women found and restituted almost 5 million art and cultural objects—paintings, drawings, sculpture and religious objects—many stolen by Hitler and the Nazis. But their mission was not completed. Hundreds of thousands of works of art and important cultural documents remain missing even today. That is why the Monuments Men and Women Foundation is offering a cash reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the recovery of each cultural object included in the WWII Most Wanted Art™ deck of playing cards. Cash paid at time of legal recovery.

Anyone with information regarding any of these objects should contact the Foundation at 1-866-WWII-ART (1-866-994-4278) or at WWIIart@monumentsmenfoundation.org. Full terms and conditions available at monumentsmenandwomenfnd.org/wwii-most-wanted.

The Monuments Men and Women Foundation respects the privacy of all those who contact them, in particular those wishing to provide information anonymously. The Monuments Men and Women Foundation reserves the right to modify the terms of the reward at its sole discretion. Offer void where prohibited by law.

The WWII Most Wanted Art™ deck of playing cards are made in the USA by the United States Playing Card Company and have 56 poker size playing cards. These WWII Most Wanted Art playing cards come with 2 Jokers + 2 WWII Most Wanted Art information playing cards.

WWII Most Wanted Art™
©2022 Monuments Men and Women Foundation
For the Preservation of Art
Made in USA

More Information
Brand US Playing Card
Number of cards 56 cards
Number of Jokers 2 Jokers
Size playing cards Poker size (63 x 88 mm)
Index playing cards Standard Index 2 Pips
Available colours Blue
Material playing cards Cardstock Cards
Packing playing cards Cardboard tuckbox
EAN code 195893035618
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