I bought this deck of cards years ago and it has no name on it and I can't recall where it came from. The outer box says no.5513. It's a playing card deck of nice looking women in swimsuits, no nudity. I clearly can recognize some of the stars although their names elude me. I'm guessing it may have been an unauthorized deck out of Asia. If you can identify the deck please let us know. See the Box►
‘Vargas Girls’ paintings by Alberto Vargas in a deck of cards published by Creative Playing Card Co Missouri.
Feminine beauty has been appreciated since prehistory.
Portraits of a Lady by Lo Scarabeo, 2003.
Celebrity Pin-up deck no.5513 by unknown publisher.
Classic 1940s Pulp Pin-Up covers on playing cards from China, c.2010.
Römihártya pin-up deck from Hungary.
Eroticartes with drawings by Pino Zac, 1983.
Baby Dolls pin-up deck designed by Willy Mayrl, published by Piatnik, 1957.
Darling pin-up playing cards designed by Heinz Villiger, c.1950s-60s.
Pin-up Rummy Playing Cards, made in Hungary, c.1970.
Bathing Beauties throughout the ages, published in Hungary, 1967.
‘Tease Me’ 1960s glamour pack.
Hungarian pin-up deck illustrated by Imre Sebök, c.1960.
Chérie No 7022 designed by Hans & Louise Neupert, nice vibrant artwork, swinging 60s
Photographic playing cards - each face having an "art study" of a female nude, Mayall Press, Stockwell, London, c.1946.
“What the Butler Saw” playing cards depicting tasteful photography of the female body.
Hollywood Stars by Maple Leaf B.V., Amsterdam, 1957
Stylish playing cards featuring the glamorous, superpowered female stars of the alternate reality world of DC Comics, published by 'Forbidden Planet', 2015
“Olivia’s Lucky Ladies” glamour model playing cards produced by Ozone Productions Ltd, USA, 2004
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“Shapely” non-standard adult playing cards manufactured by Angel Playing Cards Co., Japan, 1980
Pin-up deck given free with Paparazzi magazine, 2005
Spanish-suited playing cards featuring the ‘Glorious’ ladies swimwear collection for 1995, designed by Estudio Fileni/Mendióroz.
Tobacco insert cards were a very successful marketing innovation which started in the nineteenth century.
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