“Hiroshige” ukiyo-e playing cards drawn by Hiroshige Ando (1797-1858) at 53 stopoffs on the journey from Edo (Tokyo) to Kyoto.
Happy Families is probably one of the most popular card games ever invented, with educational benefits relating to sorting and matching of sets, as well as early literacy, etc.
Playing cards for Radisson Hotels - Casinos del Estado - Victoria Plaza, Montevideo, Uruguay, c.2009
Wills’s “Happy Families” cards were issued by the Imperial Tobacco Company (of Great Britain and Ireland) Limited in around 1930.
Cardiology Trials - limited edition playing cards by Krakowskie Zaklady Wyrobów Papierowych Trefl (KZWP), 2003
Politicards 2012 casts this year's American politicians as characters from classic feature films.
ZOO COMICS animated playing cards made by Litografía Ferri, Valencia (Spain), first published in 1968.
A special non-standard pack of playing cards was designed by M. Marie for the maiden voyage of the transatlantic liner S.S. France in 1962.
The so-called Tarocchi di Mantegna is a set of 50 copper-engraved images (c.1465) which were probably a social pastime or instructional series.
Engraved Playing Cards, Germany, 1617, by an anonymous artist with the initials I.M.F.
Animal suited playing cards engraved by the Master of the Playing Cards, Germany, c.1455-60