Apache rawhide playing cards by ‘Tonto Naipero’, c.1871
Apache Indian Playing Cards made on rawhide, first recorded 1875
Tacuabé was a Charrúa native from Uruguay, an indigenous tribe that became extinct following European conquest and colonisation.
Spanish-suited playing cards made on rawhide and said to have been used by Chilean Mapuche Indians, XVI-XVII century
Native Indian hand-made cards made on rawhide
Ojibwa Native Indian playing cards hand manufactured on birch bark in imitation of standard French / English cards, c.1875