Anno Domini biblical card game depicting New Testament history, published by John Jaques & Son, c.1875.
Anno Mundi: an early Jaques game described as ‘scripture recreation for the young’ with events in the Bible, c.1875.
“Candid Confessions” published by Jaques & Son, Ltd, c.1905.
A Victorian card game telling a story of a victim being ensnared in a trap, being caught, and finally escaping.
“Characters from Charles Dickens” card game published by Jaques & Son, c.1880.
Counties of Britain by John Jaques & Son Ltd. c.1930.
Jaques’ Counties of England card game
Jaques' Counties of England card game, 4th Series (Southern Counties), c.1910.
“Countries of Empire” published by John Jaques & Son Ltd, c.1930s.
Jaques' The Entente Cordiale Card Game, c.1905.
French for Fun instructive card game published by John Jaques & Son Ltd., c.1930s
Hide & Seek with the Kings & Queens of England by John Jaques & Son, c.1875.
John Jaques & Son (established in 1795) published a large range of popular parlour games, many of which have become classics.
In 1851 the games manufacturer John Jaques of London (founded in 1795) commissioned a set of drawings from John Tenniel, later Sir John, the chief cartoonist of Punch, for their new game of Happy Families.
Jaques’ Illustrated Proverbs, c.1885. The complete proverb is printed along the top of each card in the set.
A collecting game published in two series: the first series featuring Western Europe and the second series Eastern/Southern Europe.
Jaques Advertising Leaflet showing Lawn tennis, Table Billiards, Staunton Chess, Croquet, etc.
Lend Me Five Shillings; or, Her Majesty's Privy Purse by John Jaques & Son, c.1875
Jaques' The London Post Card Game, c.1895
Jaques' The National Gallery Card Game, c.1895
National Gallery (Dutch School) published by J. Jaques & Son, c.1895.
On Guard military card game published by J. Jaques & Son, c.1880.
“On Spec” is a round game based on selling stocks and shares, published by John Jaques & Son, c.1920.
Oppo, a game of opposites, published by J. Jaques & Son, Ltd, c.1920s.
Jaques' Quits card game, c.1880-85, with portraits of monarchs inside suit symbols in red, blue and yellow, designed to assist in the education of school children in British history.
Safety First card game embodying the Kerb Drill, published by John Jaques & Son Ltd, 1940s.
Salute! The Four Services promotion game by John Jaques & Son Ltd, London, c.1940.
SAM by J. Jaques & Son Ltd.
Shearing the Sheep published by J. Jaques & Son, c.1875.
Skits, an instructive card game which sharpens the wits, c.1900.
Snap, the Old Original Game, has captured the imaginations of children for over a century!
Spear’s “Snap” card game from the 1920s.
Sovereigns of England published by Jaques & Son, c.1875. .
Spelka, a word game published by John Jaques & Son Ltd, c.1908.
The “Great Galumphus” card game from the 1920s shows various comic animals with their names printed alongside, designed by Miss Jessie Veal.
“The Streets of London” published by John Jaques & Son, London, c.1880
The Wedding game published by Jaques & Son, c.1875.
The White Cat, a game of cats, kittens & mice, published by Jaques & Son, c.1860s.
“Weights and Measures” card game by John Jaques & Son, Ltd., c.1910, a reminder of some of our more archaic units of measurement.
The XIXth Century published by John Jaques & Son, c.1875.