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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

Advertising & publicity playing cards by Joker S.A.

Advertising and publicity playing cards manufactured by Joker S.A.

Advertising & publicity playing cards by Joker S.A.

Alvarez Holmberg y Cia,

Alvarez Holmberg y Cia, playing card manufacturer, Buenos Aires, Argentina, c.1950-70

Alvarez Holmberg y Cia,

America Online Beach

America Online Beach playing cards, Spanish suit system, non-standard designs, 2006

America Online Beach

Anonymous manufacturers 1

Argentina has produced a series of anonymous decks, both Spanish-suited and Anglo-American type and children's games.

Anonymous manufacturers 1

Anonymous manufacturers 2

Argentina has produced a series of anonymous decks, both Spanish-suited and Anglo-American type and children's games.

Anonymous manufacturers 2

Argenar, Buenos Aires, c.1980

The reverse has advertising for Cymaco motor spares who have branches in Uruguay.

Argenar, Buenos Aires, c.1980

Argentina Tax Stamps on playing cards 1895-1968

Argentina Tax Stamps on playing cards 1895-1968

Argentina Tax Stamps on playing cards 1895-1968

Argentine Political Cards

Political Playing Cards, Buenos Aires, 1890.

Argentine Political Cards 1890

Argentinean Tango playing cards

The Tango - sultry and seductive - is Argentina's form of popular music and dance, invented in Buenos Aires in the 19th century.

Argentinean Tango playing cards

Argentinian Playing Cards - Naipes Argentinos

Playing cards were introduced to the Americas with Spanish explorers such as Columbus or Cortés.

Argentinian Playing Cards - Naipes Argentinos

Arlequin

Naipes Arlequin come in both International and Spanish versions.

Arlequin 1975

Asociart promotional playing cards, Argentina, 2000

Asociart Insurance promotional playing cards, Argentina, 2000.

Asociart promotional playing cards, Argentina, 2000 2000

Ataque

“Ataque”, a card game simulating football manufactured in Buenos Aires by Vigor S.R.L., 1958.

Ataque 1958

Axe Deodorant

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

Axe Deodorant

Bahía Graf, printers, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A pack specially designed for a sandwich bar and cake shop. The jokers show a pile of sandwiches.

Bahía Graf, printers, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Bandana

Bandana Argentine pop girl group playing cards 2002.

Bandana

Baraja Aparcero

Designed to illustrate the history of four indigenous tribes who represent the roots of the Argentinean race.

Baraja Aparcero

Baraja Gaucha

“Baraja Gaucha” fantasy deck designed by Mateo Tikas Plechas for Argentina, 1998.

Baraja Gaucha 1998

Baraja Gaucha Juan C. Yelina

Baraja Gaucha by Juan C. Yelina for Profertil S.A., 2006.

Baraja Gaucha Juan C. Yelina 2006

Barajitas Futbolísticas Golazo, 1973

Figuritas Golazo collectible football cards from Argentina, 1973.

Barajitas Futbolísticas Golazo, 1973 1973

Bedaumine Hnos, Bs Aires

Naipes Tipo Español 'El Vencedor', Bedaumine Hnos, Bs Aires

Bedaumine Hnos, Bs Aires

Bertrand Domec, 1904-1970 page 2

Bertrand Domec page 2 (c.1905-1926).

Bertrand Domec, 1904-1970 page 2

Bertrand Domec, Buenos Aires 1904-1970

Bertrand Domec was an importer of playing cards into Argentina, 1904-1970.

Bertrand Domec, Buenos Aires 1904-1970

Billiken Minicartas

Children’s toy cards published in Argentina by Editorial Atlántida in the magazine “Billiken”, 1964.

Billiken Minicartas 1964

Bingo

Spanish-suited, Bingo-themed playing cards published in 2007 by Grupo AGG (Argentine Gaming Group) who owns the Bingo Avellaneda venues in Buenos Aires.

Bingo 2007

Black Tango

‘Black Tango’ playing cards with photographs of dancing couples published by Gardés Editorial, 2003.

Black Tango 2003