The Merry Game of Mr Bok and his Happy Families, promoting Bok furniture polish, 1930s.
The “Mustering of the Mustard Club” was one of many promotional items produced by Colman's for the Mustard Club which was launched in 1926.
Naval and Military Families produced by Prince and Princess Louis of Battenberg, printed by Ernst Nister of Nuremberg, c.1905-10.
‘Happy Families’ published by Nestlé in 1935.
Ottakar’s Happy Families designed by Chris Burke, 2000
Parkinson’s Happy Families published by Parkinson’s of Doncaster, confectioners established in the early nineteenth century.
The Pekka-game consists of family members of four, illustrating the stereotypes of Caucasian Finns with various occupations, each with their wife, daughter and son.
“Reshuffle” by Reetta Hiltunen, Finland, is a playing card installation stemming from the traditional Finnish children's card game Pekka-game or Funny Families.
Round the World Families published by the London Missionary Society, c.1945.
Round the World Happy Families by Chiefton Products Ltd of Bristol, c.1950s.
Spears Happy Families
“Toby’s Family Playing Cards” published by G. Heath Robinson & J. Birch Ltd, London, 1920s.
A series of card games for children published by Tower Press during the 1950s which evoke the optimism and love of fun of that era.
Happy Families card game depicting trades people from 1920s.
Published in 1933, this game celebrated the burgeoning passenger services by air around the world. Spears Weltflug Quartette was produced in German, Dutch and English versions.