“Noah’s Deck” designed by Ljiljana Rylands, c.1990
Jeu des 7 Familles Provinciales printed by Nisse, Croix-Lille, c.1930
The “Mustering of the Mustard Club” was one of many promotional items produced by Colman's for the Mustard Club which was launched in 1926.
Published in 1933, this game celebrated the burgeoning passenger services by air around the world. Spears Weltflug Quartette was produced in German, Dutch and English versions.
This “Jeu de Sept Familles” was produced by Mauclair Dacier in the late 19th century.
The “Great Galumphus” card game from the 1920s shows various comic animals with their names printed alongside, designed by Miss Jessie Veal.
The Cow and Gate Happy Family game was issued around 1928 to promote nutrition products
Mini-Poker miniature playing cards made in China.
Children's games are distinct from ordinary playing cards, with their most obvious difference being the lack of any court cards or suit marks.
cards from a 40-card children's "Questions and Answers" game. The Spanish suit signs have been changed to tambourines, yo-yos, swords and skittles. Printed lithographically in Cuba, c.1930.
Naipe Español Infantil miniature children's playing cards with suit signs of ice creams, baseball bats, swords and suns, manufactured in Chile by Plasticos Pardo M.R.