Playing cards showing the influence of ‘Jugendstil’ manufactured by the Soviet Playing Card Monopoly (U.S.S.R.) 1930.
Spanish-suited playing cards featuring the ‘Glorious’ ladies swimwear collection for 1995, from Argentina.
“Girl's Generation” is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group. There are plenty of playing cards amongst their merchandise...
The bright images on these finely engraved patriotic playing cards with a military theme include plenty of uniforms.
“La Baralla Espanyola de Regió 7” was created by Jaume Capdevila and Helena Rovira for Edicions Intercomarcals SA in 1996. The courts depict caricatures of Spanish politicians from that era.
In 1919 Brepols commemorated the victories of World War I with two new packs featuring portraits of Allied leaders and famous battle scenes.
Politicards 2012 casts this year's American politicians as characters from classic feature films.
Colour lithography was invented in 1798 by a Bavarian actor and playwright named Alois Senefelder (1771-1834). It is based on the principle that oil and water don't mix.
Goodall’s earliest cards were traditional in appearance but in around 1845 ‘modernised’ courts were designed.
Aluminium playing cards manufactured by Häusermann United Chemical and Metal Engraving Co., Vienna, c.1925
"Cashmere Playing Cards" in which the court cards are warriors, rulers and women who were particularly interested in the Cashmere trade...
Löschenkohl produced a second copper engraved deck, the Botanical Playing Cards, in 1806.