‘Adventure Time’ cult sci-fi playing cards published by Forbidden Planet
Political Playing Cards, Buenos Aires, 1890
Health Promotion playing cards issued by the British Army with cartoons about army life and information on where to get health advice
Asociart Insurance promotional playing cards, Argentina, 2000
Cartes à Jouer ‘Astérix’ published by Ducale, 1987
Baraja Gallega designed by cartoonists and caricaturists Pinto Chinto (David Pintor & Carlos López) in 2002.
Baraja PEPLVM features cartoons by Ortuño of famous actors and actresses in roles from epic Roman movies
Children’s toy cards published in Argentina by Editorial Atlántida in the magazine “Billiken”, 1964
Cartes Recréatives is a set of Transformed playing cards designed by Armand-Gustave Houbigant (1790-1863) and first published by Terquem et May, Metz, in 1819
Christmas Playing Cards published by Novelty Playing Cards, Syracuse, New York, 1986
“Cine Manual” by Antonio Vercher Coll (1900-1934) and published by Reclamos Cimadevilla, Valencia, c.1927
Czech Insurance Company cartoon pack
Patience size playing cards published by Obchodni Tiskarny of Prague, under the brand “Casino”, with cartoon courts in the style of wood engravings.
Stylish playing cards featuring the glamorous, superpowered female stars of the alternate reality world of DC Comics, published by 'Forbidden Planet', 2015
Guipuzcoa’s best athletes of the twentieth century, playing cards sponsored by El Diario Vasco and Euskaltel, manufactured by Heraclio Fournier, 1999
Editorial Gráfica Flores S.A. were manufacturers of playing cards and card games around c.1970-90.
Circular Spanish-suited playing cards for FATE, 2007
“Habemus Boda” deck celebrating the royal wedding of Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia of Spain with cartoons by Sir Cámara
“Hello Kitty” playing cards published by Sanrio, manufactured in China, 2013
Waddington’s “Hello Kitty” themed deck produced in 2009
Tower Press “Huckleberry Hound Booby” No 6648, c.1962.
“In der Fuehrer’s Face” playing cards designed in 1945 by Antonio Arias Bernal, a Mexican artist, but not published until 2002 by Bill Schroeder & M.R. Steele
“Jacqueline Wilson” playing cards were illustrated by Nick Sharratt and published by Winning Moves UK Ltd in 2007
Juegos Victoria – Juguetes Royal – publishers of children’s card games in Argentina during the 1960s and ‘70s.
“Kuningas Artturin Ritarit” (King Arthur’s Knights) playing cards designed by Mauri Kunnas
Las Cartas de Sara (Yerba Mate) based on an idea by Diego Silva Pintos and illustrated by Hogue. Produced by Color/9, c.2003.
“Le Bossu de Notre-Dame” families card game published by Ducale (France Cartes), c.1998
Philibert "Les Mousquetaires" Playing Cards, designed by Albert Dubout (1905-1976).
“Mickey Mouse y Amigos” Spanish-suited pack mimicking Fournier’s Castilian pattern, 2001
Mickey Mouse card game is part of a promotion for Rübezahl Schokoladen GmbH (Germany)
Mr. Men™ & Little Miss™ playing cards by Roger Hargreaves
‘Mundialito’ toy football playing cards published inside the magazine ‘Radiolandia 2000’, Argentina, 1978
Humorous playing cards designed by Carlos Garaycochea, Buenos Aires, c.2002.
Naipes HIJITUS playing cards were published during the mid-1980s as an insert in the children’s comic Anteojito.
Carlos Loiseau, better known as ‘Caloi’, was a cartoonist whose playing card designs for Parliament Cigarettes were first published in the early 1970s.
Every card carries a different cartoon image in the Manga style, expressing moods and emotions.
Ottakar’s Happy Families designed by Chris Burke, 2000
Plants vs. Zombies UNO card set Chinese edition, licensed by Mattel East Asia Limited, 2011
Playing Cards designed by Alvaros, published by Eduardo Carrión, Montevideo, 2000
Popeye Knockout No.6586 by Tower Press, c.1961
Period cartoon images from the 1930s. The Kings are in fancy dress ready to party, the Queens appear ready for socialising whilst the Jacks are already on the go.
“Silly Symphonies” or “Mickey Mouse Snap” manufactured by Chad Valley Co. Ltd, 1930s
SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon playing cards featuring SpongeBob and Patrick the star fish
“Tarot de l’An 2000” designed by Pino Zac, 1981, satirising 20th century life.
“The Muppet Show” playing cards made by ASS Altenburger in 1978
The official ‘Simpsons’ playing cards produced by Winning Moves Games, 2003
‘Sports Tops and Tails’ No.290 manufactured by Ferd Piatnik & Sons, Vienna, c.1950s.
Wallace & Gromit playing cards published by Marks & Spencer, 2009
Wilhelm Busch was a German caricaturist and humourist who lived from 1832-1908. There are many card games made in Germany using his characters