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Miniature Playing Cards

Crudely printed miniature children's packs produced anonymously in c.1920-30.

Miniature Playing Cards

Minifusor Clásico

Minifusor Clásico, a modern re-drawing of the Catalan pattern published by Difusora, c.1980.

Minifusor Clásico

Minifusor Tipo Español

Naipes "Minifusor" tipo Español published by Difusora S.A., c.1980.

Minifusor Tipo Español

Mordillo Skat

Mordillo Skat designed by Guillermo Mordillo, c.1979

Mordillo Skat 1979

Mundialito de Radiolandia 2000

‘Mundialito’ toy football playing cards published inside the magazine ‘Radiolandia 2000’, Argentina, 1978.

Mundialito de Radiolandia 2000 1978

Naipe Criollo Caraí Pujol

‘Naipe Criollo Caraí Pujol’ with Gaucho designs by Julio F. Parada Seifert capturing the spirit of Argentine country life, 2005.

Naipe Criollo Caraí Pujol 2005

Naipe Español "VICTORIA ® by F. X. Schmid (Argentina) S.A.

Naipe Español "VICTORIA ® by F. X. Schmid (Argentina) S.A.

Naipe Español

Naipe Estilo Español “Siglo XXI”

Naipe Estilo Español “Siglo XXI” created by Florencia Marotta, 2005.

Naipe Estilo Español “Siglo XXI” 2005

Naipe PAYADOR by F.X. Schmid (Argentina) S.A.

Naipe Español "PAYADOR ®"

Naipe PAYADOR by F.X. Schmid (Argentina) S.A.

Naipes “La Estrella” for BOLS by Igor Domicelj, Bs Aires, c.1954

Naipes “La Estrella” Spanish-suited playing cards made for BOLS gin by Igor Domicelj, Buenos Aires, c.1954

Naipes “La Estrella” for BOLS by Igor Domicelj, Bs Aires, c.1954 1954

Naipes Angelito

Naipes Angelito Spanish-suited playing cards, Cía Fabril Financiera, Buenos Aires.

Naipes Angelito

Naipes Argentinos Patagonia

“Naipes Argentinos Patagonia” with court cards depicting gauchos and native Indians, c.2000.

Naipes Argentinos Patagonia 2000

Naipes Barcelonesa by Vigor S.R.L., Bs As, 1960

Naipes Barcelonesa Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by Vigor S.R.L., Buenos Aires, 1960.

Naipes Barcelonesa by Vigor S.R.L., Bs As, 1960 1960

Naipes Cardón

Naipes Cardón designed by Mario Luis Rivero depicting traditional Argentine culture and identity, 2002.

Naipes Cardón 2002

Naipes Casino

Naipes Casino Estilo Español Spanish suited playing cards manufactured by Justo Rodero.

Naipes Casino 1955

Naipes Casino “Poker”

Justo Rodero produced standard Anglo-American style playing cards, usually with the courts printed in red / black / yellow.

Naipes Casino “Poker”

Naipes Casino Celuplastic

Justo Rodero produced plastic coated playing cards with the trade mark 'Celuplastic'. Apart from the different box design and four of cups, in all other respects packs were the same as their regular 'Naipes Casino' brand.

Naipes Casino Celuplastic

Naipes Chinita by Vigor S.R.L.

Naipes Chinita Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by Vigor S.R.L., Bs Aires, c.1955.

Naipes Chinita by Vigor S.R.L.

Naipes Congreso by C. Della Penna S.A., c.1966

Naipes Congreso by C. Della Penna S.A. playing card manufacturer and publisher, Buenos Aires, c.1966.

Naipes Congreso by C. Della Penna S.A., c.1966 1966

Naipes Coraza, Comas, Barcelona, 1940s

Naipes Coraza, Hija de Antonio Comas, Barcelona, 1940s.

Naipes Coraza, Comas, Barcelona, 1940s 1941

Naipes Criollos

“Naipes Criollos” Gaucho playing cards, 1995.

Naipes Criollos 1995

Naipes Cristianos

“Naipes Cristianos” catechetical playing cards with quotations from the four gospels, 2002.

Naipes Cristianos 2002

Naipes de Poker Naipynt

Naipes “Naipynt” are a departure from Fourvel's usual Side Car brand, with a new ‘Clown Joker’ design, although the motorcycle motif is still visible in the centre of the Ace of Spades.

Naipes de Poker Naipynt

Naipes de Truco

Naipes de Truco manufactured by Gráfica 2001 for Editorial Perfil, Buenos Aires, 1999

Naipes de Truco 1999

Naipes Domador by Cía General Fabril Financiera S.A., c.1960

Naipes Domador Spanish-suited playing cards manufactured by Cía General Fabril Financiera S.A., c.1960

Naipes Domador by Cía General Fabril Financiera S.A., c.1960

Naipes El Heraldo (1930-1977)

Naipes El Heraldo (1930-1977).

Naipes El Heraldo (1930-1977)

Naipes Españoles “El Mexicano”

Standard Catalan-type deck, titled "El Mexicano", by an anonymous Argentinean manufacturer, c.1980s.

Naipes Españoles “El Mexicano”

Naipes Fantasio

Naipes Fantasio by Vigor S.A.C. e I., c.1960.

Naipes Fantasio

Naipes Feroleto

Naipes Feroleto is a brand which began appearing in the Argentine market around 2002.

Naipes Feroleto 2002