Spanish-suited playing cards made on rawhide and said to have been used by Chilean Mapuche Indians, XVI-XVII century
Playing cards recovered from the Northern Chile saltpetre workers. The cards are mostly from Spanish 'Cadiz' pattern decks, and several manufacturers can be identified.
Naipes Marca Mapocho, Santiago de Chile
"Naipes Condor" Chilean playing cards, with Chilean symbolism on the suit signs.
Anglo-American style pack issued on behalf of the Cía Chilena de Tabacos, c.1930
Spanish style pack issued on behalf of the Cía Chilena de Tabacos, c.1932
Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured in Chile by Imprenta y Litografía Universo S.A., Valparaiso, Chile
Spanish suited pack made in Chile by Taller Fotolitográfico, inspired by Fournier's classic 'Castilian' design, c. 2000
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.