This pack was issued during wartime, in 1936, under the name “Latvian Red Cross Cards No.7”.
Black Peter card deck for children printed in Riga during World War II, believed to have been designed by a Latvian artist.
Karlis Padegs (1911-1940) was a Latvian artist who designed 17 playing cards in 1936 - joker, aces, kings, queens and jacks.
Playing cards designed by artist Larisa Kovalass-Kovalevska on the theme of the Latvian folk epic “Lāčplēsis”.
The best Latvian playing cards were produced just after independence, during the period 1921-1942.
The editors of “Privātā Dzīve” magazine conceived the idea for this new pack, which was designed by artist Lidmila Bulikina and printed by LGL Stils, Ltd in June 2001.
Reinholds Kasparsons, a popular Latvian illustrator of the day, designed this pack which was published as The Best Quality Playing cards No.1 in 1932.
Playing cards designed by Rihards Zarinš, 1921. Latvian indices and with heraldic and hunting motifs reminiscent of the countries' ancient history and folklore.
In 1923 a competition was announced for a new Latvian pack. The winner of this competition was Stefans Bercs.
Alfreds Scwedrevitz playing card designs used to advertise Zole Vodka but which were never published.
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