Miniature children’s playing cards from Uruguay depicting popular heroes, c.1930
Naipes Guarany by C. Della Penna S.A.C.I., c.1960
"Catalan" pattern No.55 by Hijos de Heraclio Fournier (Vitoria) for exportation to Argentina, c.1940.
Chad Valley ‘Snap’ card game designed by Linda Edgerton, c.1925
Naipes Argentinos para Truco “Falta Envido” created by Alberto Soifer and printed by Adans S.A., Buenos Aires, 1982
Panama Souvenir 1926 edition published by U.S. Playing Card Co.
“Ataque”, a card game simulating football manufactured in Buenos Aires by Vigor S.R.L., 1958
Naipes ‘El Borrego’ manufactured in El Salvador
35 assorted cards from early editions of Jaques’ Snap, 1870-1880
Standard English version of Naipes Side Car, manufactured by Luis A. Fourvel y Cía, Buenos Aires, c.1954
Chinese Domino cards containing vibrant drawings of traditional scenes on each card.
14 assorted cigarette cards with miniature playing cards inset into top corners for Roldan y Cia Tobacco, Lima, c.1895
‘Yetatore’ card game, Argentina, 1968
Taroquis ‘Marca Obelisco’ published by Mario Colombo, Buenos Aires, during the 1970s.
‘Mundialito’ toy playing cards published with the magazine ‘Radiolandia 2000’, Argentina, June 1978.