“Antike Götter” - facsimile of antique playing cards originally manufactured by C. A. Müller, Berlin, 1830.
“Baraja Mitológica” was first published in Madrid in c.1815 by Josef Monjardín from engravings by José Martínez de Castro.
“Carte Romane” designed by Giorgio Pessione, 1973, celebrating the history of Rome.
Celtic Journey playing cards - where art and culture meet - designed by Carmen G. Carballeira, 2011
Charles Hodges produced engraved geographical and astronomical decks, London, c.1827-30
“Classic” playing cards designed by Paul Mathison inspired by classical mythology, 1959
Celtic myth playing cards inspired by the rich Celtic pantheon of mythological Gods, Goddesses, and heroes
Divine Art Playing Cards by Sunish Chabba & Guru Playing Card Company, 2016.
DRRR!!, short for Durarara!!, is an anime adaptation of a Japanese light novel written by Ryohgo Narita.
East Slavonic Mythology designed by Aleksey Orleansky (1994) featuring creatures from the watery underworld
A pack of 54 playing-cards for fortune-telling each card containing a number of zodiacal, classical and modern images with a miniature card of the conventional type at top left and a letter of the alphabet at top right.
Playing Cards manufactured by Aspioti Elka A.E., 1960, with ancient greek-style courts
Greek Mythology playing cards published by Michalis Toubis S.A., 1995.
Hodges’ pack dealing with astronomy had numeral cards carrying diagrams of constellations and their pictorial representations.
Iceland Mythological Playing Cards designed by Sigurlinna Pétursson, 1958
Kalevala playing cards by Sunish Chabba and Ishan Trivedi inspired by ancient Finnish mythology.
“Kuningas Artturin Ritarit” (King Arthur’s Knights) playing cards designed by Mauri Kunnas
Mayan Playing Cards from Guatemala / Baraja Maya / containing illustrations of archaeology, art, folklore, history and mythology of the Mayans.
Pantheon or Heathen Mythology cards for instruction of youth, c.1770.
Zodiac Bridge was designed by René Marcel Rivière and printed by AGM Müller in c.1975. A different sign of the zodiac appears on the clothing of each court card figure.