Card games are one of the oldest forms of entertainment.
Adelaide Casino by Spicers Paper Ltd, 1987.
“Casino” pack made by J. Müller & Cie & Cie, Schaffhouse. The pack was probably designed by Josef Maria Melchior Annen (1868-1954) who also designed several other packs for Müller & Cie.
Piatnik-Ritter No.240 - Obchodní Tiskárny Casino No.240
While card rooms and private gaming clubs may have been around for hundreds of years, the earliest known European casino of the type gamblers know today is probably the Casino at Monte Carlo.
Naipes Conrad Punta del Este Casino playing cards produced specially for Conrad Punta del Este Resort & Casino. .
Naipe Fino 'El Fenix' playing cards by Clemente Jacques y Cia, Mexico
‘Gemaco’ playing cards produced for the Princess Cruises Casino
With the advancement of the Internet, it is now possible to play baccarat in online casinos.
Online casinos appeared shortly after the internet became a more mainstream tool for the public to use
Naipes Casino Estilo Español Spanish suited playing cards manufactured by Justo Rodero
Justo Rodero produced standard Anglo-American style playing cards, usually with the courts printed in red / black / yellow.
Justo Rodero produced plastic coated playing cards with the trade mark 'Celuplastic'. Apart from the different box design and four of cups, in all other respects packs were the same as their regular 'Naipes Casino' brand.
Naipes Casino Estilo Argentino by Justo Rodero with Gaucho suit symbols: the mate gourd, the sun, "facón" and gaucho club (palo borracho).
‘Paulson’ playing cards produced by Gaming Partners International, manufactured in Mexico, for Hooters Casino Hotel, Las Vegas
Playing cards for Radisson Hotels - Casinos del Estado - Victoria Plaza, Montevideo, Uruguay, c.2009