There are some interesting packs from Goodall in the last quarter of the 19th century.
The introduction of brands commenced during the late 19th century as a development of the old qualities: Moguls, Harrys, Highlanders and Merry Andrews.
The Continental Card Company, 220 North Second Street, Philadelphia, started in 1874, manufacturing various qualities of playing cards, including Continental Steamboats, Manhattans, Continental Moguls, etc. Single-ended and double-ended decks are known, also a "Highest Trump" Joker.
Facsimile edition of 19th century I. Hardy Exportation deck complete with reproduction tax wrapper, c.1980s.
John Llewellyn, playing card manufacturer, London, 1778-1785
'Great Mogul' branded playing cards designed and produced by Karl Gerich.
Karl Gerich's “Patience Indien No.16”, published in 1991, is adapted from Grimaud's “Whist Indienne” (c.1900). The double-ended courts are dressed in Arab garb.
Léonard Biermans had been employed by Brepols from 1871-1874 before opening his own playing card factory in 1875.
Joseph Reynolds had been producing playing cards in the traditional method since c.1809.
English type 'Mogul' playing cards manufactured in Switzerland by John Müller for export to India, c.1880-1890.
A. Van Genechten ran a flourishing business, supplying various kinds of cards both inside the country and abroad including England, Spain, France, Denmark, South-East Asia, China and Japan.
Willis & Company was formed in 1869, having been preceded by Charles Steer at the same address (80 Long Acre, London), who also manufactured playing cards during the 1850s and 60s.