Above: German-style 'Whist No.32' playing cards made in Portugal by J. J. Nunes, c.1930s. After the demise of Real Fabrica de Lisboa in 1870 Belgian and German exporters virtually took over the Portuguese and Brazilian markets and French-suited cards such as these became more popular. Image courtesy Sally McBurney. See more →
Playing Cards by J J Nunes, Lisbon, Portugal
Left and above: this is the most common design published by J. J. Nunes, which was issued for several decades. It is based on a German design.