Van Genechten was one of the most competent cardmakers in Turnhout and they produced almost every kind of foreign pack for clients all around the world.
Dutch costume playing cards made for the Dutch market in the second half of the 19th century.
Another pack of Dutch costume playing cards c.1880.
Cards from a 40-card pack made in Belgium by Antoine van Genechten exclusively for the firm "Escalada y Vidiella" based in Montevideo (Uruguay) in c.1860.
Multi-artist promotion deck for Le Fondation Charcot, a Multiple Sclerosis charity in Belgium, c.1990.
“Food Exchange“ playing cards designed by Ralph Dobson for the British Diabetic Association.
The design is purely 'Parisian' but the colouring is green, red, yellow and black. Belgium has taken this pattern for general use.
Two souvenir packs with different court cards made by Glénisson for the Isle of Man, c.1880.