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Playing Cards Imported into Argentina by Casa Bertrand Domec de Fagoaga y Fernández (Sucesores), Tacauri 127, Bs. As., c.1935-50.

Above: Naipes Coraza, Comas, Barcelona, 1940s. Imported into Argentina by Casa Bertrand Domec de Fagoaga y Fernández (Sucesores) Bs. As.  See more →   Cards very similar to these had already been manufactured in Argentina in the early 1900s by the manufacturer La Primitiva →


An advertisement from around this period promoting Consolidated Dougherty Card Co's Bee No.92 playing cards gives an additional branch address for Casa Bertrand Domec at U. 37 Rivadavia 1822. Casa Bertrand Domec also imported No.9352 Squeezers issued by Consolidated-Dougherty Card Co., Inc. during the 1940s.

No-92 Abeja Bee Seconds, Consolidated Dougherty Card Co., c.1930s

Above: No-92 Abeja Bee Seconds produced for export to Argentina, Consolidated Dougherty Card Co., c.1930s. The orange importation tax stamp can be seen on the ace of hearts along with details of Casa Bertrand Domec.

Above: Spanish-suited "Catalan" pattern No.55 playing cards manufactured by Hijos de Heraclio Fournier (Vitoria) for exportation to Argentina, c.1940. Imported into Argentina by Casa Bertrand Domec de Fagoaga y Fernández (Sucesores), Calle Tacauri No.127, Buenos-Aires.  Learn more →  


Above: Hijos de Heraclio Fournier’s “Poker N°40” c.1940. The ace of hearts has the Argentinean importation tax stamp along with the importing agent's details: Casa Bertrand Domec de Fagoaga y Fernández (Sucesores).

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