I.P.C.S. Convention, London, September 2003
Above: Convention Venue, The Grange White Hotel, London,
19th-20th September 2003
Below: follow the links to view a selection of photographs of the
Visit to Guildhall Library:
Introductory Talk by John Berry
Sylvia Mann lecture:
Gejus van Diggele
Visit to British Museum
In the Garden:
Convention Dinner at the Holborn Hotel
Cards of the Spanish National Pattern manufactured by Pedro Bosio, Genova (Italy) during the 18th century for export to South America.
Karl's ‘Ganesh’ pack has the four Aces with the suit sign in a circle decorated with flowers and double-ended courts in Indian dress.
Cádiz type playing cards made by Juan Roura for export to Spanish-speaking countries.
Cartas Blancas self-help cards are based on the idea that positive thoughts are the key to achieving whatever is desired or cherished in life.
“Krienser Fasnacht-Jass” playing cards with Swiss suit symbols, designed by Léon Schnyder and printed by AG Müller, 1988. Artist signed copy.
“El Ciervo” No.4 Catalan style playing cards manufactured by Hija de Antonio Comas during the Spanish Civil War period
A pack of 54 playing-cards for fortune-telling titled Grand Jeu de Mlle Le Normand, manufactured by B-P. Grimaud, c.1930