Dal Negro Bridge set featuring old Vienna pattern courts.
“France Royale” Bridge Playing Cards by Piatnik depicts named historical characters from France’s royal past
Non-Standard playing cards manufactured by Joseph Glanz, Vienna, Austria, 1862.
Löschenkohl produced a second copper engraved deck, the Botanical Playing Cards, in 1806. This deck, as well as the Musical Playing Cards, were produced shortly before Löschenkohl’s death.
Johann Hieronymus Löschenkohl (1753-1807) produced a copper engraved deck of playing cards titled “Das Musikalische Kartenspiel” in 1806.
“Relief of Vienna” tri-centenary pack, 1983
“Vienna Melange” Playing Cards by Piatnik with a historical feel representing the four races that make up the cultural background of Vienna
Transformation cards designed and engraved by Vincenz Raimund Grüner, Vienna, 1809
The Vienna pattern, or Wiener Bild, is a distant relative of the early Lyons pattern. The King of Hearts carries a scroll in his hand.