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.