Astronaut card game published by Pepys Series (Castell Bros) celebrating the arrival of space travel, 1960s
Belisha, published by Castell Brothers Ltd (Pepys Games) in 1937, was produced with a desire to make a helpful contribution to the national Safety First campaign.
Biggles card game published by Pepys Games in 1955 based on the popular books by Capt W E Johns.
Pepys “British Birds” card game with colour pictures, c.1968
British Towns Card Game by Pepys Games (Castell Brothers Limited).
A Victorian card game telling a story of a victim being ensnared in a trap, being caught, and finally escaping.
Dan Dare sci-fi card game based upon Frank Hampson’s pictures in the Eagle comic, published in 1953.
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier... card game published by Pepys Games, 1956.
Walt Disney’s Dumbo card game published by Pepys, 1939.
‘England Expects’ card game published by Pepys Games in 1940.
Pepys Express 1st edition, 1947 (before the nationalisation of the railways in 1948).
Pepys “Express” card game 2nd edition c.1955
The Famous Five Card Game by Enid Blyton
Faraway Tree was first published in 1950 based on the stories by Enid Blyton.
Pepys “Film Fantasy” card game based on MGM’s most popular 1939 film releases, issued just at the time when WW2 began
Find Out mystery card game based on the Find Out books by Enid Blyton, published by Pepys, 1958.
Gulliver’s Travels by Pepys Games, based on the cartoon film, 1940.
“I Commit” crime club card game invented by Laurence Meynell, Pepys Games, 1948.
Penalty was invented by Ernesto Scola of Milan and published in the UK by Pepys in the 1960s
A brief History of Pepys Games by Rex Pitts
The story of “Pilgrim’s Progress” by John Bunyan illustrated in a card game published by Castell Brothers Ltd (Pepys Games), 1938
Secret Agent by Pepys Games, the card game with the magic monocle, 1957.
‘Test Pilot’, illustrated by A. B. Bowbeer and published by Pepys Games, 1950s
Trains card game with pictures by Ian Allan, published by Pepys, 1962.
“Vacuation” published by Pepys games, based on the evacuation of children to Reception Areas in the countryside during WW2, c.1939-40
“Victory” by Pepys Games, a splendid game with caricatures of British and German leaders, published in 1940.
Wild Flower Sevens card game by Pepys Games (Castell Bros Ltd), c.1960.
Woodland Old Maid, a Pepys Card Game illustrated by Racey Helps, first published c.1957
Woodland Snap is played with a pack of 44 cards illustrated with "Woodland" characters by Racey Helps the famous children's artist.
‘Zodiac Club Playing Cards’ for Pepys, c.1965-75