Baronesse, Whist No.160. All the court figures wear white powdered wigs and velvet clothing...
Playing Cards by the Master of the Banderoles, one of the earliest professional printmakers, c.1470
Nã'ib, the game of lieutenants... these cards are amongst the earliest Arabic playing cards extant, from a XV or early XVI century Mamluk pack.
A Victorian card game containing imaginatively designed letters which spell the name of an animal. The design for each letter makes it fairly obvious to which animal it belongs.
“Das Lustige Familien Quartett” published by Eugen Schmidt K.G., Dresden, c.1930s
Cigarette Cards, Trade Cards and Miniature Playing Cards and other ephemera.
Coca~Cola advertising playing cards printed for Ripley department store, Peru
Faulkner's “Hurry-Up Misfitz”, with some of the finest card illustrations depicting vintage methods of transportation, was designed by George Lambert, c.1907
The Basler Fasnachts deck is designed each year by a different local artist.
Brussels Euro Joker Club's 10th Anniversary deck with artwork by Yvette Cleuter.