This very early deck published by Dondorf is adorned with burlesque caricatures on all 52 cards.
The recently incorporated U.S.P.C.C. began creating exciting new brands to celebrate their new beginning.
Walt Disney “Schwarzer Peter” game published by Vereinigte Altenburger und Stralsunder Spielkarten-Fabriken A.G., Stuttgart.
The “Mustering of the Mustard Club” was one of many promotional items produced by Colman's for the Mustard Club which was launched in 1926.
The theme of street cries has been popular with writers, composers, artists, and the public at large for almost 500 years.
Early XV century luxury playing cards for fashionable esteem from southwest Germany...
Advertising playing cards for Capel Vinos S.A. (vineyards), 40 cards, manufactured by Naipes Comas.
Each card has a colour drawing of a Korean building, museum or tourist attraction and details of how to get there.
Wüst's Swiss Cantons souvenir deck was published in Frankfurt in c.1875 for the emerging tourist market.
Goodall’s earliest cards were traditional in appearance but in around 1845 ‘modernised’ courts were designed.
Printing of Playing Cards :: Letterpress printing :: Some notes on the manufacture of playing cards taken from Thomas De la Rue's patent, 1831