West Flanders Souvenir pack in the Belgian pattern manufactured by Mesmaekers, c.1950. The Mesmaekers company was taken over by Van Genechten in 1968. The “Little Joker” was subsequently adopted by Carta Mundi as their standard joker when Fabrique Brepols, Van Genechten and Léonard Biermans were in turn merged to become Carta Mundi in 1970.
Other advertising decks
Polska with artwork by Katarzyna Tomala & Krzysztof Korzeniak, 2011.
Ethiopian playing cards designed for the Ethiopian Tourist Organization by Afewerk Teklé.
Sapra Studio Original playing cards featuring wild animals of S Africa, 1999.
Genoese pattern with Pictorial Aces for Brazil by Brepols, Turnhout, c.1920.
El Al Airlines deck designed by Jean David, Israel, c.1970.
Dynastie Royale de Belgique by Mesmaekers, 1934.
Bicentenaire de la Révolution Française 1789–1989 created by Christian Offroy.
Souvenir from Zakynthos by Euro Card.
Souvenir of Norway deck.
Pack of 52 hand-drawn Jokers.
Views of New Zealand published by G.B.Scott Souvenirs, Auckland, c.1960.
Souvenir from New Zealand by Croxley (John Dickinson) c.1950.
Chinese playing card makers have probably produced the widest variety of jokers of any single part of the world.
“Ocean to Ocean” Canadian Pictorial Souvenir pack by Chas Goodall & Son Ltd, c.1912.
Ocean to Ocean Souvenir of Canada by Chas Goodall & Son Ltd, c.1905.
Red Sea fish identification cards published in several languages by Horus of Egypt, 2005.
Austrian Folklore deck first published by Piatnik in 1934.
Baraja Turística de España by Heraclio Fournier, 1966.
Discover Romania souvenir published by Editura Foton, 2010.
Gold plated souvenir playing cards from the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel in Dubai.
Romania Unique Places souvenir playing cards by Age Art.
Erlenmeyer City Sights hand-illustrated playing cards by Stephanie Gray, 2015.
Evolution of American Bank Note Co's “Baggy Clown” Joker.
Greek Mythology playing cards published by Michalis Toubis S.A., 1995.
Columbian Exposition Souvenir playing cards, G.W. Clark, Chicago, 1893.
Lakeland playing cards by Stuart Lawrence depicting famous characters & views of England’s Lake District, c.1988.
Venezuela Souvenir deck by Heraclio Fournier, c.1980s.
Souvenir playing cards from the culturally diverse southwestern Pacific island of Papua New Guinea.
Jeu des Provinces de France published by Éditions Dusserre, 1979.
Souvenir from Nepal marketed by Himalayan Map House
Souvenir of Sorrento by Carte Da Gioco Muoio, Naples, c.2010
“Allfours Carnival Playing Cards” designed by Gabby Woodham, Trinidad, 1995
Maldives Scenery By Bamboo Souvenirs.
“Altenburger Bauerntrachten” commemorating 150 years of playing cards from Altenburg, designed by Andreas Wachter, 1982.
The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is an Asian-style palace built for King George IV when he was Prince of Wales.
Menorca Souvenir by Savir S.A., Barcelona, c.1980.
Scottish Picture Playing Cards featuring photographs by Colin Baxter, 1987
East African Playing Cards by Heraclio Fournier S.A., 1957.
The Summer Palace, Beijing, China, c.1998.
“The Blue Train” playing cards from the luxury train service in South Africa.