Dragon Fight card game by Playmobil ®, 2014.
A gorgeous deck of cards featuring the dragon art of Kerem Beyit and printed by the United States Playing Card Company
Fragment of a sheet of archaic Spanish-suited 'Dragon' playing cards found during restoration of a house in Antwerp built between 1559 and 1574
Jessica Feinberg, mostly known for her unique mythic paintings of nature, dragons, is a creator the Earth Dragons and Other Rare Creatures playing cards.
‘St George and the Dragon’ game made by Chad Valley for Flutter Met Games, 1930s
Playing cards in this style have been discovered in various parts of the world, suggesting that they were exported or carried there by early explorers or merchants.
Japanese playing cards include: 'Awase' or 'matching pairs' cards and Portuguese or Spanish-derived 'Dragon' type cards.
The so-called ‘Dragon Cards’, with winged monsters on the four Aces, are an enigmatic aspect of early playing card history.
19th century Portuguese pattern, re-printed from original woodblocks
The Real Fábrica de Cartas de Jogar was founded in 1769, by Royal Charter of King José, under the master craftsman Lorenzo Solezio, brother of Félix Solesio who ran the Spanish Real Fábrica at Macharaviaya.
10 cards from a pack of later Portuguese 'Dragon' type cards from c.1860, with the Maid of batons about to club a dog.
Portuguese type pack with ‘dragon’ aces made in Belgium by Mesmaekers Frères, Turnhout, c.1875-1900
Portuguese Type Playing Cards made in Belgium, c.1878
Tensho Mekuri cards hand-made by Patricia Kirk, 2003
Unsun Karuta うんすんかるた Japan c.1780