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Âs Nas

Âs Nas

Âs Nas type playing cards from Persia.

Âs Nas playing cards with box 1880

Âs Nas playing cards with box

Hand made cards from Persia

EPCS June 2005 Newsletter

EPCS June 2005 Newsletter Members Only

Nederland Shipping Line • Iranian Playing Cards • Trump Indicators • Municipal Honours • Coney People Happy Tribes • Hand Drawn Whist Cards • The Cabinet Pack • SSAFRA • Lexicon Competitions • The Lancashire Lad • Hi-Speed • De La Rue 1875 • Court Fools and Jesters • Cadbury’s Chocolate Game • Posies • City Imperial Volunteers • Playing Card Images in Advertising • Coronation Gift 1911 • Delhi Durbar 1911 • It’s a Knockout • 19th C Transformation

EPCS November 1993 Newsletter

EPCS November 1993 Newsletter Members Only

150th Anniversary of Nelson's Column • Fortune Telling • RAF 75th Anniversary • C-Operative Wholesale Society • Conundrums • 65th Birthday of Mickey Mouse • De La Rue • Walt Disney Packs • Nursery Rhymes • Mother Hubbard • Higgnets Bros • Sunlight Geographic • Bystander • Goodall's National • Iranian

Hafez Fortune Telling Cards

Hafez Fortune Telling Cards

Fortune Tellers use the Hafez Cards by interpreting the Hāfez poems printed on the card backs when cards are selected randomly by their consultants.

Iranian Popular Art 1937

Iranian Popular Art

Representing Iranian culture and history and intended for a Persian market, these playing cards were designed by V. Romanowski de Boncza, ordered by the Iranian government playing card monopoly at the time and printed by Thomas De la Rue & Co., Ltd, c.1937.

Persian Miniatures

Persian Miniatures

Persian Miniatures, made in Hungary c.1990.

Qajar Dynasty playing cards

Qajar Dynasty playing cards

Qajar Dynasty playing cards, Iran, 19th century.

Tarot of the Thousand and One Nights (1001 Nights Tarot) 2005

Tarot of the Thousand and One Nights (1001 Nights Tarot)

This tarot deck captures the idealised Eastern world's magic from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, blending traditional archetypes with mystery and romantic allure. It celebrates the legendary Scheherazade and Eastern mysticism.