There is a very interesting collection of playing cards held at the Strangers’ Hall Museum in Norwich. Paul Bostock and I have written an article about the collection, which appeared in a recent issue of The Playing Card (41/4). Since there wasn't enough room to illustrate all the packs in the journal, I'll put up a number of further scans of items from the collection. All the catalogue numbers are prefixed with NWHCM.
Above: 19188.8.131.52 Hall & Son, c.1820
Above: 1967.3.4 Maior, c.1810
Above: 1979.412.1 Reynolds, 1870s
Above: 19184.108.40.206 Gibert, 1858, European Royalty
Above: 1967.762.2 Probably German. Derived from the earlier Paris pattern; note that the JD is made from a duplicate JH. The writing says: Nave diments!
Above: 1967.762.1 Süsz & Kunz, c.1790. Another version of the Paris pattern; the tax stamp is Scandinavian.
Above: One of a number of Gatteaux designs, this one with pale turquoise rather than blue
Above: 1933.154 Hand-painted pack, c.1820; how about the cross-eyed KC?!
Above: 1941.99.1 J. Sabatas Spanish pack, dated 1853
Above: 1944.42.1 Jehan Volay, South West France, c.1700
Above: 1968.979 Hand-made transformation pack, c.1875, using De La Rue standard. Said to have been drawn by Minna Watson, a member of the Bolingbroke family, who at one time owned Strangers’ Hall.