Animal Aid playing cards with anti-shooting cartoons created by Steve Hutton.
The full set of this 'Snap' card game is believed to have 9 characters in sets of four, making a total of 36 cards.
Anno Domini biblical card game depicting New Testament history, published by John Jaques & Son, c.1875.
Anno Mundi: an early Jaques game described as ‘scripture recreation for the young’ with events in the Bible, c.1875.
Miniature novelty playing cards from the late 1940s or early 1950s with a charm of their own. Probably published as small prizes at fairground or seaside amusement arcades.
‘Aquae Sulis’ is Georgina Harvey's second design, in which the double-ended courts are reminiscent of classical gods & goddesses.
The founder of Ariel Productions, Philip Marx, was a prolific publisher of children’s books and comics towards the end of and just after the Second World War.
Armchair Cricket by ex-professional County Cricket player Don Arnold was first marketed by Norfolk House Enterprises in 1983.
The Arms of English Peers playing cards were first published in 1686. Heraldry, or a knowledge of the arms and blazons of royalty was an important part of a respectable education.
Health Promotion playing cards issued by the British Army with cartoons about army life and information on where to get health advice.
“Around the world in 54 cards” hand-coloured transformation pack produced by Peter Wood, United Kingdom, 2008.
Art for Life playing cards illustrated by Francesc Artigau i Seguí for the British Red Cross, 2014.
“Art for the Earth” Transformation Deck published by Andrew Jones Art for Friends of the Earth, 1992.