Bandana Argentine pop girl group playing cards 2002.
‘Black Tango’ playing cards with photographs of dancing couples published by Gardés Editorial, 2003
‘Dogs’ playing cards showcases 52 canine portraits in four suits as authors, artists, musicians and film stars, illustrated by Chet Phillips, 2016
The Eglantine Table, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, elaborately inlaid with marquetry depicting musical instruments, playing-cards, games and heraldic references.
Elvis Presley playing cards published by The United States Playing Card Company, c.2002
“Girls’ Generation” (Korean: 소녀시대; Sonyeo Shidae) is a nine-member South Korean pop girl group formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2007. There are plenty of playing cards amongst their merchandise...
Boulanger's paintings and graphic art works are easily recognized. The Latin American influence is an integral part of her work. The use of light and contrasting colours are reminiscent of her years spent in La Paz, memories of her native country.
Facsimile edition of “Löjliga Spel Kort” (1825) illustrated playing cards from Sweden, showing scenes from Fredman‘s Epistles and Songs
Johann Hieronymus Löschenkohl (1753-1807) produced a copper engraved deck of playing cards titled “Das Musikalische Kartenspiel” in 1806.
Mambru pop group playing cards from Argentina, 2002.
Naipes de Poker “Milonguita” featuring early Tango music score covers, Gardés Editorial, 2003.
‘Stars Play’ card set published by Monty Gum, Leiden, 1988.
Artwork featuring playing cards in Music Manuscripts
Musical Snap by C.W. Faulkner & Co., c.1900.
Facsimile of Dondorf’s “Musikalisches Kartenspiel” (c.1862) published by Lo Scarabeo, 2004
MusoDeck Playing Cards for Musicians
Peter and the Wolf card game published by Pepys Games, 1947.
“Pop Rocky” miniature playing cards with double-ended caricatures of celebrities and pop stars, originally published inside a magazine, c.1970.
Naipes El Potro Rodrigo with Spanish suit symbols and photos of the pop singer on each card, c.2000.
Deck featuring “18 Rock ‘n’ Pop” Superstars portrayed on the court cards and jokers by eight of Britain’s leading illustrators.
Dutch singers, TV and theatre artist playing cards for “Story” magazine, 1978.
‘Tango’ playing cards from Argentina, c.2004
The Beggars’ Opera Playing Cards were first published in 1728. The cards carry the words and music of the songs from Gay’s opera, which was intended as a parody of current Italian works. The music was taken from many popular tunes of the day.