Baraja Infantil made in Cuba

"Questions & Answers" Children's Playing Cards

Baraja infantil de preguntas y respuestas, c.1930

Above: cards from a 40-card children's "Questions and Answers" game. The Spanish suit signs have been changed to tambourines, yo-yos, swords and skittles. Printed lithographically in Cuba, c.1930. The reverse is red. [Source: Enrique García Martín, 2001: 86].

See also:   Black Peter   Cromy   Happy Families   Hijitus   Illustrated Proverbs   Jaques' Happy Families   Noddy Happy Families   Pekka-Peli   Peruvian Animals Quartet   Reshuffle   Walt Disney   Zoo Comics  

Last Updated August 04, 2015 at 01:37pm


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