“Altenburger Bauerntrachten” commemorating 150 years of playing cards from Altenburg, designed by Andreas Wachter, 1982
These decks were produced in various grades for the German immigrant population and feature the German eagle and the German and American flags intertwined. There were two versions: one with German faces and one with American faces.
Angler Skat manufactured by VEB Altenburg, c.1981
Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Accident Research, 1978
Skat No.100 by E. Gundlach, Bielefeld, 1949.
Hungarian Drinking Skat, c.2004.
German-suited hunting themed deck designed by Günter Schmitz and made by VEB Altenburg, 1980
“Leipziger Skat-Karte” depicting scenes from the Leipzig Industry and Trade Exhibition designed by Arthur Lewin, 1897.
Skat deck for Löwen Entertainment, producers of electronic gaming machines, 1986
Luxus Skatkarte Nr.1134 by Brepols, c.1930s.
Micky Mau~Mau by F. X. Schmid, 1978
Mordillo Skat designed by Guillermo Mordillo, c.1979
No.4 Special Whist (American Skat) playing cards made by the Russell & Morgan Printing Company, 1889.
The North German pattern appeared in the mid-19th century, derived from the French ‘Paris’ pattern
“Original Skatgeld der Stadt Altenburg” featuring the emergency money of 1921 designed by Otto Pech
Skat pack designed by Franciszek Bunsch
One end Berlin pattern the other standard English pattern
Political “Skat Politisch” published by ASS, 1976
“Spielkarte für Schützen” deck designed by Karl Heinz Lanz, published by Rudolf Bechtold and Co., c.1966