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Playing cards have been known in the Low Countries since the 14th century

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Dutch costume playing cards from an unknown maker 1880

Dutch costume playing cards from an unknown maker

Another pack of Dutch costume playing cards c.1880.

Dutch Historical playing cards 1950

Dutch Historical playing cards

Advertising for Mopenco, the Dutch Fountain Pen King

Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein 1960

Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein

Brepols Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein distillery, c.1960.

Early Spanish/Portuguese type

Early Spanish/Portuguese type

Fragment of a sheet of archaic Spanish-suited 'Dragon' playing cards found during restoration of a house in Antwerp built between 1559 and 1574

Een Kaartspel 1985

Een Kaartspel

Minimalist playing cards from The Netherlands

Esveco Specialities B.V. 1990

Esveco Specialities B.V.

Alto Imaging Group playing cards manufactured by Esveco Specialities B.V., c.1990s

Flemish Hunting Deck 1480

Flemish Hunting Deck

Set of medieval playing cards with King, Queen, Knave and numeral cards from one to ten in each of four suits which refer to the activity of hunting, as practiced by the nobility.

Foragers playing cards 2019

Foragers playing cards

Playing cards to help to identify the edible and inedible gifts of nature.

Four Days of Walking Event 2016

Four Days of Walking Event

Dutch playing cards promoting the annual International Four Days of Walking Event held in Holland, 2016

Genever Giraf 1950

Genever Giraf

Dutch pattern advertising deck for Genever Giraf made by Van Genechten in the 1950s.

Grolsch Brewery 2012

Grolsch Brewery

A somewhat unusual deck specially designed for Grolsch Breweries evoking self-expression and independence of spirit, c.2012

H.P. Doebele 1961

H.P. Doebele

Artist-designed playing cards produced to demonstrate the quality of a printing technique.

Havermout Kwartetspel

Havermout Kwartetspel

“H-O Kwartetspel” children’s card game promoting quick cooking oatmeal (instant porridge), 1930s.

Hidden meanings in painting by Jheronimus Bosch 1500

Hidden meanings in painting by Jheronimus Bosch

Medieval View of Gambling in the ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’ by Jheronimus Bosch

Hollywood Stars 1957

Hollywood Stars

Hollywood Stars by Maple Leaf B.V., Amsterdam, 1957

Jip en Janneke 1960

Jip en Janneke

Jip en Janneke quartet game published by Hema, a Dutch department store, c.1960.

Jonas Fouquet Navarra Pattern

Jonas Fouquet Navarra Pattern

Navarra Pattern by Jonas Fouquet, c.1720 and c.1820.

Kojak bubble gum cards 1978

Kojak bubble gum cards

Bubble gum cards featuring stills – mainly of Telly Savalas – from the cult TV series Kojak.

Kriegs-Spiel by Peter Schencken, Amsterdam 1679

Kriegs-Spiel by Peter Schencken, Amsterdam

Peter Schencken of Amsterdam copied the "Jeu de la Guerre" or "Das Kriegs-Spiel" (with German captions) originated by Gilles de La Boissière and published by Mariette in 1668 in Paris.