In 1970, during one of their regular meetings, Sylvia Mann surprised Michael Dummett by presenting him with a Sicilian Tarot set issued by Modiano. The production in a Trieste factory of a deck for a traditional Sicilian card game was a novelty. In fact, the Concetta Campione factory in Catania had been the exclusive producer of "Tarocchi Siciliani" since the cessation, in 1928, of the Guglielmo Murari factory in Bari. Born in 1882 from the marital and business union between Concetta Campione and Vincenzo Crunelli, the former foreman at another printer's, the activity of the Concetta Campione factory was continued by the founders' heirs for about 100 years, becoming an enlightened business that valued female labour and had a company welfare system ante litteram. Their production of playing cards was accompanied by that of orange paper wrappers, “cartine per le arance”, with a double symbolical link to the Sicilian Tarot cards (the Italian term tarocchi meaning both "tarot cards" and a variety of Sicilian oranges, while cartine means both "paper wrappers" and "mini-playing cards"). In 2016 a lawyer friend surprised me, just like Sylvia Mann had surprised Michael Dummett, by placing a Catania Tribunal folder on my desk, marked with the “Concetta Campione” production stamp. It was exciting, then, to find the old printing business still operating in its original site with its original equipment. This article acknowledges the initial link in a long chain of unpaid debts: the small factory to which, as Michael Dummett observed, playing card lovers owe their gratitude for the fact that the Sicilian Tarot and its various games are still alive today.