Cir-Q-Lar Playing Cards. In 1929 John Waddington Ltd commenced the production of circular cards and these were very popular.
Circular playing cards in a round tin titled: Sutherland's Circular Coon Cards published by Hartley Bros Pty Ltd, Australia, late 19th century.
Chromo-lithograph Ganjifa cards by the Chitrasala Press, around 1950. Ten suits of twelve cards, each suit is based on one of the ten incarnations of Vishnu.
Donald’s Circular Snap published by Pepys, 1951.
Fairy Brand Round Playing Cards No.200A
Circular Spanish-suited playing cards for FATE, 2007
“Globe Playing Cards” patented on Oct. 6, 1874 by I. N. Richardson.
‘Ganjifa’ playing cards made in Sheopor in the North of Madhya Pradesh province in Central India. The Ganjifa game probably developed from 13th century games played by Mamluk immigrants from China.
Master PW Circular Playing Cards: roses, columbines, carnations, parrots and hares... everyday objects evoking life and fertility.
VELCAP circular playing cards made by Cappellano S.A., c.1980
Waddington's Cir-Q-Lar Playing Cards, c.1930