by Cappellano Hnos, publishers and playing card manufacturers, Sarmiento 1537, Bs Aires, Argentina, c.1925-40
Cappellano Hermanos were book publishers during the 1920s and also commenced producing playing cards around this time. The cards below are their first known Spanish-suited designs. The four of cups has the green 'Mercury' tax stamp used on home-produced cards at this time and the address is given as Sarmiento 1537, Bs Aires.
At some time (c.1930) the design of Naipes Triunfo was re-drawn in a more conventional style which resembles the cards of several other manufacturers of the time. The Art Nouveau logo on the Four of Cups was retained for a while, until this was also replaced in c.1945.