90 Minutes Playing Cards by IPC Magazines 1993
Angler Skat manufactured by VEB Altenburg, c.1981
Sports-themed playing cards published by Badische Spielkartenfabrik, Baden, c.1930
Baraja de Boxeo, c.1930
Figuritas Golazo collectible football cards from Argentina, 1973
BMW Promo Top Trumps produced as a promotion for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Chad Valley ‘Sporting Snap’ card game designed by Max Pollock c.1895
100th anniversary of the Club Nacional de Football, Uruguay, 1999.
“Crickette” card game manufactured by Woolley & Co., London, c.1890.
“D’Ye Ken John Peel” by Greta Games, Carlisle, c.1920.
Guipuzcoa’s best athletes of the twentieth century, playing cards sponsored by El Diario Vasco and Euskaltel, manufactured by Heraclio Fournier, 1999
“Desafio” playing cards with football player caricatures, c.2000
Dual advertising deck for Eastern Airlines and Ryder Trucks, produced by Hoyle, 1983
Pepys Express 1st edition, 1947 (before the nationalisation of the railways in 1948).
Pepys “Express” card game 2nd edition c.1955
Dutch playing cards promoting the annual International Four Days of Walking Event held in Holland, 2016
Fussball Quartett by Bielefelder Spielkarten GmbH, c.1958
Souvenir playing cards from Garuda Indonesia Airlines, the national airline of Indonesia.
“Goal” Fußball Spielkarten manufactured by Ferd. Piatnik & Söhne Wien, c1930s.
Goal! (1st edition) published by Pepys games, 1960.
“Hunter’s Bridge” playing cards by ASS depicting animals and associated symbols of hunting, c.1976
It’s A Goal was registered to Castell Bros in July 1939.
Kargo or Card Golf published by Kum-Bak Sports Toys & Games, c.1930.
Kargo golf card game manufactured by Castell Brothers Ltd for Pepys Games, c.1936.
Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games MFG Co., Ltd, London S.E.11
‘The Motor Handicap’ card game published by Philpott & Co. Ltd, Surbiton, 1920s
Each card features a representation of a different sport at the London 2012 Olympic or Paralympic games.
Penalty was invented by Ernesto Scola of Milan and published in the UK by Pepys in the 1960s
Football playing cards made in Peru
There were various Sports and Sporting Whist themes... and tobacco advertising on score cards.
Rivers Edge Products for the outdoor enthusiast include magnificent artwork on playing cards
“Rush Hour” by Universal Publications Ltd, London, c.1935
‘Selección Nacional de Fútbol’ playing cards published in Mexico by Novelty Corp de México S.A. de C.V., 2002
History of Transport ‘Space Exploration’ playing cards published by Heritage Playing Card Co., 2013
The first edition of Speed by Pepys Games was published in 1938.
The second edition of Speed by Pepys Games was published in c.1945.
“Spielkarte für Schützen” deck designed by Karl Heinz Lanz, published by Rudolf Bechtold and Co., c.1966
“The Blue Train” playing cards from the luxury train service in South Africa.
‘Sports Tops and Tails’ No.290 manufactured by Ferd Piatnik & Sons, Vienna, c.1950s.
“Touring”, the Great Automobile Card Game, © 1926 Parker Brothers, Salem, Massachusetts.
Trains card game with pictures by Ian Allan, published by Pepys, 1962.
‘Trans-Siberian Express’ playing cards designed by Veronika Nicolaeva, Az-Art Publishing House, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2015
“Tut=Tut; or a Run in a Motor Car” published by Woolley & Co Ltd, early 1900s
Volleyball European Championship Rummy, 1983, designed by Klaus Hennig.
VR-VISA playing cards published by VR Group, the state-owned railway company in Finland.
Waddington’s Sporting Birds Series 1933
World Cup ’98 football team pack for Paradigma Consulting Group, 2000