“Alibi” the thrilling card game by Haytor, Tor Productions, 1930s
Miniature novelty playing cards from the late 1940s or early 1950s with a charm of their own. Probably published as small prizes at fairground or seaside amusement arcades.
British Playing Cards Ltd was the predecessor of Universal P.C.Co. and involved Alf Cooke of Leeds and Bemrose of Birmingham, and maybe one or two other printing firms
British Towns Card Game by Pepys Games (Castell Brothers Limited).
Jaques’ Counties of England card game
John Jaques & Son (established in 1795) published a large range of popular parlour games, many of which have become classics.