Rainbow card game and colour mixing guide printed by Goodall & Sons for Robert Johnson, c.1920.
The 52 Counties of England and Wales described as a pack of cards first published in London in 1676.
Roman Empire playing cards designed by G. Wyatt for Green Board Game Co Ltd., 2011.
Round Europe card game by Pepys, 1958.
Round the World card game published by Pepys, 1961.
Scouting, a card game about boy scouts, appeared in 1955.
Skits, an instructive card game which sharpens the wits, c.1900.
Snapshots, a Missionary Card Game depicting people from different cultural contexts engaged in their traditional ways of life...
“Squadron Scramble” card games for identifying military planes, Whitman Publishing Co., Racine, Wisconsin, 1942.
Star Stack playing cards feature illustrations of famous astronomers and important astronomical constellations.
“Strange People” card game produced by the Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, 1895.
‘Sum-it’ Card Game published by Sum-It Card Games Ltd. c.1935.
“War Planes” playing cards for aircraft recognition published by Temple Press Limited, c.1940
The Royal Historical Game of Cards invented by Jane Roberts and published by Robert Hardwicke, c.1840.
Logica Memorativa Playing Cards by Thomas Murner, 1507
These cards are basically a poetry anthology (the Hyakunin Isshu, or 百人一首), transposed onto cards.
“Weights and Measures” card game by John Jaques & Son, Ltd., c.1910, a reminder of some of our more archaic units of measurement.
Welsh Language Playing Cards designed by Richard Ruston-Burgess, made in Wales, 2020.
Who Knows? game of questions and answers produced by Adolf Sala Games, Berlin, c.1900.
Wie Wird das Wetter, a Black Peter game about the weather created by Gunter Eckhardt, published by Rudolf Forkel,1952.
"Discover Wildflowers of America Playing Cards" manufactured by Carta Mundi (US), and created by Mark Hamilton and Sea to Sky Photography.
William Warter's Proverbial Cards, which carry illustrations of old English proverbs, were first published in 1698.
World Tour Quiz Game published by Tactic Group for Finnair involves recognising flags from different countries and their locations on the map.