The “New Game of Our Ship”, published by Chas Goodall & Son, London, 1896
Goodall’s earliest cards were traditional in appearance but in around 1845 ‘modernised’ courts were designed
Isle of Man stamp issue based upon the history of Manx themed playing cards, featuring six fascinating, full colour stamps showing antique playing cards.
Goodall's “Japanesque” brand was used for stationery products since around 1880 but these playing cards were added to the range in around 1900
Shakespeare 300th Anniversary playing cards designed by John Leighton (1822-1912).
Playing cards commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, manufactured by Chas Goodall & Son, 1897
“Boudoir” playing cards were introduced by Chas Goodall & Son in 1906 in a new, slimmer size.
The Rameses Fortune Telling Cards were manufactured by Chas. Goodall & Son Ltd, London, c.1910, around the same time as Rameses The Egyptian Wonderworker, was performing.
Spanish-suited pack manufactured by Chas Goodall & Son for South America
Today nothing remains of Charles Goodall's Camden Works, where three-quarters of the playing cards printed in Britain were produced.