Double set of Naipes Nacionales designed by Manuel Bayardi, Mexico, c.1940.
La baraja ‘Popular’ featuring Juan Domingo Perón, issued at the time of Perón's election campaign in 1951.
Double pack of Baraja Cuauhtémoc published by Treviño Narro, Monterrey, Mexico. c.1950
“El Reloj” card game printed by Imprenta Lecaros, Avenida Abancay 764, Lima, Peru, c.1920
Wenceslao Guarro Catalan Pattern by Fabricantes de Naipes de España, c.1925.
Franz Adametz Tarock c.1948
Brescia pattern by Edoardo Pignalosa, 1952
“Vistas del Perú” souvenir deck imported from USA by Edw. E. Muecke, Lima, c.1920.
Hija de A. Comas “El Ciervo” Spanish Catalan pattern, c.1930.
Poker Tela de Araña by Flaiban S.A.C.I. in factory wrapper with 10 Peso tax band, c.1965
Naipes Side Car Español - Spanish version - mint in factory wrapper, c.1950
"Naipe Infantil Gauchito" children’s miniature playing cards with Proverbs and Maxims on the reverse, c.1928.
Hijos de Heraclio Fournier No.15 Castilian pattern for Maruẍa razor blades, c.1935
Naipes Porteño Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by C. Della Penna S.A.C.I., Buenos Aires, c.1956
"Naipes Habana" Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by Justo Rodero e Hijos S.R.L., Buenos Aires, 1960