The Rider Waite Tarot was created at the beginning of the 20th century by Arthur Edward Waite and Pamela Colman Smith.
St George Game, 1858, depicting St George and other saints with their ladies in medieval attire engaged in battle, slaying the dragon to save souls from perdition.
Gumppenberg of Milan produced this magnificent non-standard tarot pack with episodes in the history of the Lombard Iron Crown or “Corona Ferrea” in c.1844.
'Recreo Infantil' children's educational cards published by Jaime Margarit, Palamós (Gerona) c.1888
This “Happy Families” game for the French company “Laboratoires Modernes” in 1929 contains four families of 5 members each: Bébé, Mademoiselle, Papa, Maman and Grand'Mère. Each family promotes herbal products.
Ferguson Happy Families card game was produced by Ferguson, Thorn Electrical Industries Ltd and printed by John Waddington Ltd in c.1960.
Early examples of cards found in Malta suggest that they were being printed and assembled in Malta since the seventeenth century.
Politicards 2012 casts this year's American politicians as characters from classic feature films.