Many modern aces of spades are anonymous so that, in the absence of any other information, the collector has difficulty deciding who made them.
Advertising deck produced for Arthur Lee and Sons Ltd of Sheffield by Thomas De la Rue around 1958
C. L. Wüst Scenic Aces for Brazil
In around 1955 De la Rue introduced a new coloured joker and a series of aces of spades with a silhouette of Thomas de La Rue which coincided with their 125th anniversary
Fake Blanchard Ace of Spades with court cards based on Hall
Sands & McDougall produced many beautiful Spade Aces and Jokers
Souvenir pack with Scenic Aces made by Müller (Diessenhofen), c.1850.
Souvenir pack with Scenic Aces made by J. Müller (Diessenhofen), c.1860. The courts are conventional figures based on French designs.
Waddingtons Aces of Spades, 1970 onwards