“Baraja Gaucha” fantasy deck designed by Mateo Tikas Plechas for Argentina, 1998.
'Baralla Galega' designed by X. Cobas and published by Imprenta Comercial Imprent S.A., La Coruña (Spain) in 1983
Bharata Major Arcana Tarot by Ishan Trivedi & Sunish Chabba, 2018. Inspired by Indian art forms.
Bharata Playing Cards - Series 2, based on Indian folk art, published by Sunish Chabba, 2018
Calavera playing cards designed by Jirs Huygen for Cartamundi, 2015
Caperucita Roja card game published by H. Fournier, 1981.
Matching game by Majora, Lisbon, c.1970, featuring figures in national dress from Portuguese provinces and colonies
Deck featuring 54 different images of Chinese Dragon Robes that emperors, empresses and royal family members wear on important occasions
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier... card game published by Pepys Games, 1956.
Divine Art Playing Cards by Sunish Chabba & Guru Playing Card Company, 2016.
Fairy Legend Misfitz published by C W Faulkner & Co Ltd, c.1908.
the Game of Fairy Tales published by Multum in Parvo Co,, from 1896
Fairy Tales published by C.W. Faulkner & Co., c.1903.
Folk Cards designed by Krystyna Gruchalska - Bunsch, 1962.
“Folklore” by Altenburger Spielkarten Fabrik, c.1982
Austrian Folklore deck first published by Piatnik in 1934.
‘Gaucho’ Spanish-suited deck, anonymous manufacturer, made in Argentina, 2001
Gunfighters playing cards from the Wild West Series by SPCC, 2018.
Kalevala playing cards by Sunish Chabba and Ishan Trivedi inspired by ancient Finnish mythology.
Sleeping Beauty card game published in France, c.1980s.
Playing cards designed by artist Larisa Kovalass-Kovalevska on the theme of the Latvian folk epic “Lāčplēsis”.
Avventure di Pinocchio by Dal Negro, based on Carlo Collodi’s famous 1883 novel “The Adventures of Pinocchio”.
Les Grandes Figures de L’Histoire Bretonne
Märchen-Quartett (Fairy Tales) illustrated by J. P. Werth and published by J. W. Spear & Söhne, c.1915.
Fairy Tales quartet game by F.X. Schmid, Munich, 1960.
Fairy Tales quartet designed by Annemarie Gramberg, published by Vereinigte Altenburger und Stralsunder Spielkarten-Fabriken AG, 1955.
Naipes “Martín Fierro” based on the epic poem by José Hernandez.
The court cards in this delightful Art Deco pack represent persons in various colourfully embroidered folkloric costumes. Designed by Hungarian artist Ilona Radnainé Szöredi.
‘Naipe Criollo Caraí Pujol’ with Gaucho designs by Julio F. Parada Seifert capturing the spirit of Argentine country life, 2005.
Naipes Cardón designed by Mario Luis Rivero depicting traditional Argentine culture and identity, 2002.
“Naipes Criollos” Gaucho playing cards, 1995.
Dutch costumes quartet game designed by Gerard Huijg, 1983.
Norwegian Troll Cards published by Aune Forlag of Trondheim, c.2000.
Österreichisches Trachten-quartett Nr.282 published by Ferd Piatnik & Söhne.
Pinocchio fairy tale playing cards illustrated by Iassen Ghiuselev for Lo Scarabeo, 2003.
Pinocchio card game published by Pepys Games, 1940.
Pinocho children’s playing cards published by Editorial Gráfica Flores c.1975.
Jeu des Provinces de France published by Éditions Dusserre, 1979.
Pulgarcito (Tom Thumb) card game published by H Fournier, 1981.
Recado de Bastos (‘Gaucho Scrapbook’) Gaucho-themed deck from Argentina, 2006
Robin Hood card game published by Pepys, 1956.
Scottish Legends playing cards illustrated by Mark Oxbrow. published by R Somerville, Edinburgh, 1998.
Fairy Tales quartet published by Heinrich Schwarz + Co for Dutch market, c.1970.
In 1923 a competition was announced for a new Latvian pack. The winner of this competition was Stefans Bercs.
The King of Hearts, holding a sword behind his head, is sometimes nicknamed the “Suicide King”. He can be seen to derive from a late medieval design showing a King wielding a battle axe.
Wild West card game published by Pepys, 1963.