The dozenal system is a positional notation numeral system using twelve as its base. In this system twelve is written as 10. Ten and eleven are written with special symbols, rotated "2" and "3" as proposed by Sir Isaac Pitman. This convention is used by the Dozenal Society of America and the Dozenal Society of Great Britain.
The cards of this deck are alternatives for the ten, eleven, twelve, etc. up to eighteen that may join the regular K6T deck (available on TheGameCrafter.com)
This set has been specially designed for dozenal enthusiasts.
Check out for the full K6T family, all with the same symmetrical back:
K6T: this is the standard deck, 120 cards. The Courts are chess symbols
K6T-FACES: this is the alternate deck, 120 cards. The Courts are historical portraits
K6T-13-14-15: 18 cards, complement deck with additional ranks
K6T-16-17-18: 18 cards, complement deck with even more additional ranks
K6T Faces-Courts only: 36 cards, complement deck with portrait Courts only
K6T Symbols-Courts only: 36 cards, complement deck with symbol Courts only
K6T-Fr: 120 cards, full deck with Courts as chess symbols but with French lettering
K6T-Dozenal: 90 cards, special edition for the Dozenal societies (from Ten to Twenty-four)
K6T-Box: a nice professional tuck bock that may contain your K6T deck
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|Publish Date||August 28, 2019|
|More Info||K6T-Dozenal web site|