Possibly one of the most beautiful decks produced for commercial purposes, this was printed by Modiano for the Austrian Lloyd Steamship Company of Trieste in c.1895
“Convoy” WW2 card game published by Tree Brand c.1940, based on wartime naval convoys
Non-standard playing cards produced by Artex (Budapest) for the Gdynia-America Line, Poland, c.1958
“Historic Ships” quartet game from Czechoslovakia illustrated by Jaromír Vraštil
Souvenir of Jahre Line Ferry M/S Kronprins Harald
Shipping line playing cards produced by Nederlandse Speelkaarten Fabriek, c.1910 offering a virtual tour of destinations to the Far East
‘Svenska Lloyd’ shipping company playing cards published by J.O. Öberg & Son, Eskilstuna, c.1955
The “New Game of Our Ship”, published by Chas Goodall & Son, London, 1896
De la Rue Pneumatic Series ‘F’ playing cards, c.1925
Dondorf Poker-Karte No. 195, re-issued as Poker No. 140 for the "Argentina Compañia General de Navegación Sociedad Anónima", 1920s
Elegant “Nieuw Neerlandia” pattern designed by M.A. Koekkoek and produced by Speelkaartenfabriek Nederland, c.1930s
A special non-standard pack of playing cards was designed by M. Marie for the maiden voyage of the transatlantic liner S.S. France in 1962.
‘Seefahrers’ maritime deck designed by Klaus Ensikat for Deutsche Seereederei Rostock, GDR.
“Sefite” card game, Woolley & Co,. Ltd, London, c.1905
125th anniversary of the Argentine Naval Hydrographic Service, 2004.
“Ship Sails” card game c.1885
A survey of modern Shipping advertising playing cards by Matt Probert
Dutch Maritime pack designed by J.Verhoeven and printed by Speelkaartenfabriek Nederland c1938
‘World Bridge’ produced by Modiano in Trieste, Italy, since around 1950