History of Transport ‘Space Exploration’ playing cards published by Heritage Playing Card Co., 2013
The first edition of Speed by Pepys Games was published in 1938.
The second edition of Speed by Pepys Games was published in c.1945.
“Spielkarte für Schützen” deck designed by Karl Heinz Lanz, published by Rudolf Bechtold and Co., c.1966
Stap Op by Penco for Victory Spelen 1945. A clone of Parker’s Touring except the Dutch have to do it all on a bicycle.
“The Blue Train” playing cards from the luxury train service in South Africa.
“They’re Off” horse racing card game by Pepys, c.1940.
‘Sports Tops and Tails’ No.290 manufactured by Ferd Piatnik & Sons, Vienna, c.1950s.
“Touring”, the Great Automobile Card Game, © 1926 Parker Brothers, Salem, Massachusetts.
Touring Automobile card game published by Wallie Dorr Company, NY, in c.1920.
Trains card game with pictures by Ian Allan, published by Pepys, 1962.
‘Trans-Siberian Express’ playing cards designed by Veronika Nicolaeva, Az-Art Publishing House, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2015
Transport card game published by H.P. Gibson & Sons Ltd in mid-1930s.
“Tut=Tut; or a Run in a Motor Car” published by Woolley & Co Ltd, early 1900s
Uback horse racing game patent specification, Chad Valley Co Ltd, 1922.
Verkeers Kwartet by Nederlandse Spellenfabriek BV, Amsterdam, 1965.
Volleyball European Championship Rummy, 1983, designed by Klaus Hennig.
VR-VISA playing cards published by VR Group, the state-owned railway company in Finland.
Waddington’s Sporting Birds Series 1933
Waves From Around the World playing cards with photography by Aaron Chang.
Wimbledon card game published by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1959.
World Cup ’98 football team pack for Paradigma Consulting Group, 2000