Naipes PORTEÑO Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by C. Della Penna S.A.C.I., Buenos Aires, c.1960-70
The two examples of Naipes Porteño shown on this page are from the 1960s. The first example shows the slightly smaller version of the "Palacio del Congreso" logo on the four of cups. The second example shows the re-drawn logo as a view of the Port of Buenos Aires.
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Above: cards and box from a Naipes Porteño deck, c.1960, showing the smaller version of the "Palacio del Congreso" logo and a green "Marianne" tax stamp on the four of cups. The legend "Industria Argentina", normally printed at the top of the four of cups, is missing however there is no reason to suppose that they were not manufactured in Argentina.
Below: boxed packs of Naipes Porteño, with the 50 Centavos brown tax band, showing the new logo on the four of cups and the box as a view of Buenos Aires port, c.1960-64.