Poker Faces playing cards were illustrated by Alex Elsen and published by Verlag Um Die Ecke, Germany, 2015, evoking the seedy underworld of organised crime, tough guys, loose women, bartenders, Mafia brides and sailors. The cards are produced with grungy typefaces and additional details such as bullet holes, whisky stains and insects make this high quality deck guarantee hours of fun and enjoyment. Available from Poker Faces→
8068 by Diaoyu Poker (China) 2019.
Hanky-Panky poker card game, California, c.1975.
Hesslers Rider Back Playing Cards with two different coloured backs, 2019.
Facsimile of Tarot de Marseille by Iohann Christoph Hes, Augsburg, c.1750.
Kalevala playing cards by Sunish Chabba and Ishan Trivedi inspired by ancient Finnish mythology.
Playing Cards of Famous Pirates, 2012.
Vizaĝo playing cards created by Annette Abolins, 2017.
Divine Art Playing Cards by Sunish Chabba & Guru Playing Card Company, 2016.
Sunish Chabba is working on an initiative to revive traditional Ganjifa, the card game most popular 17th Century India.
“Corsaires et Flibustiers” playing cards created by G. Delluc and published by Éditions Philibert, Paris, 1958.
“Ship Sails” card game c.1885.
The “Traveler’s Companion”, Union Playing Card Co., New York, c.1886.
‘Dogs’ playing cards showcases 52 canine portraits in four suits as authors, artists, musicians and film stars, illustrated by Chet Phillips, 2016
“Four Point” playing cards, a labour of love designed and illustrated by Ben Vierck, 2014
“Pirates et Corsaires” playing cards illustrated by Jean Bruneau, 1984.
Matt Hessler’s “Enhanced” four-colour playing cards, 2015.
“Game of Thrones” playing cards are an official fan deck associated with the HBO adaptation of the books by George R.R. Martin.
The Hoyle® Official Card Games Collection 2015 includes plenty of favourites, and also includes the official rules for the games as well as tips and strategies, allowing you to easily try out and learn new games.
Heraclio Fournier ‘Poker Nº 505’ for export to Argentina with elaborate peacock joker, c.1960.
GoFishFriday is a unique deck of playing cards designed and created in an offbeat and quirky horror-punk style by Catch Phrase Dan
“Head-to-Head” Poker by Parker Brothers (Hasbro), 2005
“Revelation” playing cards illustrated by Michael Messer
History.of Whist and Gaming Counters and Markers from the 18th Century to modern times.
The game of “Highwayman” published by Chad Valley Company in c.1950 simulates travelling on old Coach Routes and being held up by highwaymen.
Poker Faces playing cards were illustrated by Alex Elsen and published by Verlag Um Die Ecke, Germany, 2015
Ordnance Recognition Playing Cards cards designed to help people at risk from unexploded bombs
2nd edition of Lumberjacks designed by Vadim Smolenskiy and manufactured by U.S.P.C.C.
Celtic myth playing cards inspired by the rich Celtic pantheon of mythological Gods, Goddesses, and heroes
The images for the cards were inspired by the typical passengers who traveled in luxury style in the 1920s and 30s.
“Steam Ark” playing cards illustrated by Chet Phillips, 2014
The deck is about the dichotomy of a life at sea. Exploring famous sailors, explorers, pirates, and privateers of the age of sail.
For this pack a different designer collaborated for each individual card, resulting in a diverse and unique deck.
The deck has been inspired by pirates and swashbuckling and the world of Steampunk, a science-fiction realm of steam-powered machinery, intricate cogs and gears.
A recurring motif is the symbolism of life and death, playfully rendered in these marvellous cards, including plenty of sabres and skeletons!
Uusi Blue Blood designer playing cards by Peter Dunham and Linnea Gits, 2012.
Hard-Use Gear is used by military, police and outdoor professionals around the world whose lives are dependent on reliable and durable tools... ideal for when you're out and about, on top of a mountain, in your tent, away from the computer, back to basics, enjoying time with your friends having a game of cards!
54 Welsh Politicians on a deck of playing cards...
In ‘Patia Te Pere - The Big Deal’, Joan Gragg presents a first edition series of 1000 decks in which the characters, themes and patterns from traditional playing cards are replaced by Cook Islands cultural, environmental and societal icons.
Naipes Fantasio by Vigor S.A.C. e I., c.1960.
While card rooms and private gaming clubs may have been around for hundreds of years, the earliest known European casino of the type gamblers know today is probably the Casino at Monte Carlo.