A preliminary look at the card-makers operating in the 19th century.
This page continues the presentation of examples of the major English cardmakers of the 19th century.
These Fortune-Telling cards, first published as early as 1690, were possibly the first pack of cards ever made specifically for the purpose of fortune-telling.
Hall & Son
Marlborough’s Victories playing cards, first published in 1707, depict Marlborough's campaigns and the personalities involved.
“Royal Cards Reign of Queen Anne” cover historical events, both honourable and treacherous, during the period 1702 to 1704.