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Playing card production in Brazil was officially sanctioned by royal decree in 1770.

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4C Gemstone playing cards for De Beers

4C Gemstone playing cards for De Beers, 1988.

4C Gemstone playing cards for De Beers 1988

8: Standard English Cards in Latin America: Argentina, Brazil and Chile

A brief survey of the designs of English cards in South America.

8: Standard English Cards in Latin America: Argentina, Brazil and Chile

Axe Deodorant

Clearly promoting good personal hygiene, each card shows a young, pouting female model posing seductively and appealing to the playboy.

Axe Deodorant 2004

Brazil

Playing card production in Brazil was officially sanctioned by royal decree in 1770.

Brazil

Brazil Pictorial Aces

Genoese pattern with Pictorial Aces for Brazil by Brepols, Turnhout, c.1920.

Brazil Pictorial Aces 1920

Brazil Scenic Aces

C. L. Wüst Scenic Aces for Brazil.

Brazil Scenic Aces 1900

Cartográfica Industrial, Curitiba, Brazil

Double advertising pack made by Cartográfica Industrial for Refrigeração Parana S.A. The extra card contains an insignia with the legend 'CARTAL'.

Cartográfica Industrial, Curitiba, Brazil

Copag Baralho Espanhol

Copag Baralho Espanhol / Naipes Español.

Copag Baralho Espanhol

Elephante No.50

‘Elephante No.50’ Cadiz pattern produced in Brazil, probably by Azevedo & Cia, Recife, c.1920.

Elephante No.50

Latin American Playing Cards

Playing cards had been introduced to the Americas with explorers such as Columbus or Cortés, whose fellow countrymen were keen gamblers. Cards were imported from Spain since the 16th century. Local production usually imitated Spanish cards.

Latin American Playing Cards

Schincariol Beer, Nossagraf, Brazil

Schincariol Cerveja Pilsen brewery playing cards manufactured by Gráfica Nossa Senhora Aparecida Ltda (Nossagraf), Brazil

Schincariol Beer, Nossagraf, Brazil 2009

SOIMCA

SOIMCA - Sociedade Impressora Caxiense - is an important playing card manufacturer in Brazil. It was established by Nelson Soares in Caxias do Sul, in the south of Brazil, by 1955.

SOIMCA

Tarjetas de la Felicidad

“Tarjetas de la Felicidad” containing positive mental affirmations by Lauro Trevisan, Buenos Aires (Argentina) c.2001

Tarjetas de la Felicidad 2001

Vale Tudo - Cartas para Jogar

Vale Tudo - Cartas para Jogar, manufactured in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The courts are standard English pattern with prominent indices, printed in red and black only.

Vale Tudo - Cartas para Jogar

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