“El Ciervo” No.4 manufactured by Hija de Antonio Comas during the Spanish Civil War, with mural crown and flag of the 2nd Republic on the ace of coins, c.1938
Naipes Samsó published by N.E.G.S.A. (Barcelona) c.1965
Some examples of playing cards made in Catalonia from the collection of Iris Mundus, Barcelona.
Torras y Sanmartí y Cía, Barcelona, 1830
With a distinct history stretching back to the early middle ages, many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain
Uncoloured and uncut sheet of XV Century Catalan Playing Cards, featuring four female Sotas, four Aces and four cards from the suit of batons.
Cartes Catalanes are used in a small area in the Eastern Pyrenées region of Southern France.
Naipes Intransparentes de Una Hoja No.55 manufactured by Hijos de Heraclio Fournier (Vitoria) for exportation to Argentina, c.1940.
An example of the typical version of the Spanish Catalan pattern which is widely used in South American countries, especially Argentina, Chile and Uruguay
Standard Spanish Catalan pattern playing cards by S. Giráldez, Barcelona, c.1905.
Vic Joc de Cartes, happy families quartet game, 1990
Catalan type by Juan Roura, La Hispano-Americana, Barcelona (1872 - 1962)
Sebastian Comas y Ricart - Hija de A. Comas “El Ciervo” Spanish Catalan pattern, c.1930
La Baraja 'Hoja de Afeitar'. Baraja de Hojas Maravilla descalificadas como de primerísima categoría.