Large menko are cool....not only because of their large size, but because you very rarely see them. When you hold one you know you are holding something special because it took a small miracle for it to survive. It had to survive wars, moms cleaning out rooms, storage in small Japanese homes, and ruthless menko battles. So when I ran across this "large" set, I knew I needed to hold them, checklist them, and catalogue them. They are pretty cool, not doubt, and the photographs and print quality are second to none for the era. These R3811: 1938 Rikishi Large 7-8 menko measure about 2" x 4.5" and are a sight to behold. What about you, do you like to collect large, "oversized" cards or are they a pain?
Have a great week everyone and sayonara!