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The Portuguese were the first Westerners to trade with Ayutthaya in Thailand in the 16th century. Traders also arrived from India, Japan, the Arab world, England, Holland and France.

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3: 20th/21st Century Variants including some from China

I expect most collectors ignore cards made in China for export. It's true that many of them are close copies of American models, but there are also some interesting, even peculiar, redrawings of the standard English pattern.

3: 20th/21st Century Variants including some from China

Bet You Don't Want That - an anti-gambling playing cards by Jean Vatchara

'Bet You Don't Want That' is an anti-gambling campaign done mid 2013 for an advertising competition.

Bet You Don't Want That - an anti-gambling playing cards by Jean Vatchara 2013

Bio-Pack

Bio-Pack flashcards produced for Thai biology students

Bio-Pack

Children’s Vocabulary Cards

Thai Children’s Colour Vocabulary Cards promoting Ovaltine chocolate malt drink, 2016.

Children’s Vocabulary Cards 2016

Learn Thai

“Learn Thai” cards published by Lanna Innovation Co. Ltd, 2009.

Learn Thai 2009

Secret Magic Cards

‘Secret Magic Cards’ published by Hanky Panky Toys Thailand Ltd., © World Magic International, 2006.

Secret Magic Cards 2006

Thai & Siamese Playing Cards

The Portuguese were the first Westerners to trade with Ayutthaya in Thailand in the 16th century. Traders also arrived from India, Japan, the Arab world, England, Holland and France.

Thai & Siamese Playing Cards

Thai Playing Cards Manufacturing Factory

Thai Playing Cards Manufacturing Factory was established in 1938 as part of the government Excise Department.

Thai Playing Cards Manufacturing Factory 1938

Utopia Playing Cards by Tarin Yuangtrakul

This pack has been inspired by the concept of Utopia, a seemingly perfect and ideal place.

Utopia Playing Cards by Tarin Yuangtrakul 2013