Naipes "ANGUS" designed by Gustavo A. Pueyrredón, depicting Aberdeen Angus livestock on the courts and jokers dressed as Gauchos.
“Baraja Gaucha” fantasy deck designed by Mateo Tikas Plechas for Argentina, 1998.
Baraja Gaucha by Juan C. Yelina for Profertil S.A., 2006.
Promotional playing cards produced for ‘El Rodeo Talabartería’ specialising in leather goods and clothing, Buenos Aires, c.2006.
Unofficial Edition of Molina Campos playing cards, anonymous publisher, 2004.
Naipes Argentinos para Truco "Falta Envido" created by Alberto Soifer with Gaucho courts and variant suit symbols, 1982.
‘Gaucho’ Spanish-suited deck, anonymous manufacturer, made in Argentina, 2001
Florencio de los Ángeles Molina Campos (1891-1959) produced the artwork for his series of Gaucho playing cards from 1944 to 1958.
Naipes “Martín Fierro” based on the epic poem by José Hernandez.
‘Naipe Criollo Caraí Pujol’ with Gaucho designs by Julio F. Parada Seifert capturing the spirit of Argentine country life, 2005.
Naipes ‘Charabon’ - depicting the Gaucho as a national hero, Montevideo, 1983
Naipes ‘El Gaucho’ manufactured and distributed by Caraven S.A., Montevideo, Uruguay, c.1990s.
Naipes ‘El Gaucho’ manufactured and distributed by Cervantes S.A., Montevideo, c.1970s
Naipes “El Gaucho” Manufactured by Gráficos Unidos S.A., Montevideo, c.1955-60
“Naipes Argentinos Patagonia” with court cards depicting gauchos and native Indians, c.2000.
Naipes Cardón designed by Mario Luis Rivero depicting traditional Argentine culture and identity, 2002.
Naipes Casino Estilo Argentino by Justo Rodero with Gaucho suit symbols: the mate gourd, the sun, "facón" and gaucho club (palo borracho).
“Naipes Criollos” Gaucho playing cards, 1995.
“Naipes Gauchescos Argentinos” with re-styled Spanish suit-symbols reflecting Argentinean culture, 2004
Naipes Victoria Spanish-suited, gaucho-themed pack celebrating the culture and traditions of the gauchos.
Naipes Victoria Spanish-suited, gaucho-themed pack celebrates the culture and traditions of the gauchos.
Recado de Bastos (‘Gaucho Scrapbook’) Gaucho-themed deck from Argentina, 2006