Finnish cards have a relatively short history, presumably because the country only finally broke loose from Russian influence in 1920. Finland belonged to Sweden for several hundred years, and since a reconciliation with Sweden was made, many decks are bi-lingual.
The most common form of indices is 13, 12, 11, 10, 9... etc. but in some cases the indices are: K, R and D or K, D and S.
Traditional Happy Families card games like Pekka-Peli have been played by Finnish children for decades. A new culturally aware version of this traditional card game, called Reshuffle, has recently been created by Reetta Hiltunen.
There are various Finland Souvenir packs, as well as several special packs published by Finnair, Image style magazine, Vesipuisto, etc.