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The manufacture of playing cards in America only began during the second half of the 18th century, and not before 1776 by some estimates.

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Coricidin Demilets

Coricidin Demilets pharmaceutical playing cards, 1967.

Coricidin Demilets 1967

Craddock Soap Stage Souvenir

The deck is described on the box as “a portfolio of photographs of the leading lights of the stage”

Craddock Soap Stage Souvenir 1895

Crazy Eights

Crazy Eights by Whitman Publishing Co., 1951.

Crazy Eights 1951

Creative Clash Card Game by The Infantree

The Creative Clash card game, by the Infantree, is a fast-paced card game where you become the Principal of a creative agency and battle with your friends for the biggest Ego around.

Creative Clash Card Game by The Infantree 2014

Creature Comfort

Creature Comfort playing cards designed by Don Moyer, 2017.

Creature Comfort 2017

Cruiser Playing Cards

Dougherty's ‘Cruiser No.96’, first published c.1897, was dedicated to the U.S. Navy..

Cruiser Playing Cards 1897

Cultúrlán

Celtic myth playing cards inspired by the rich Celtic pantheon of mythological Gods, Goddesses, and heroes

Cultúrlán 2014

Curator

The Curator Deck with designs by Emmanuel José with suit symbols cleverly transformed into artistic designs.

Curator 2011

De Land’s Nifty playing cards

De Land’s Nifty playing cards published by S. S. Adams Co, c.1930.

De Land’s Nifty playing cards 1930

De Luxe No.142

A wide size version of De Luxe No.142 had been published in c.1920, with a similar Ace of Spades and Joker, but which was never very popular.

De Luxe No.142 1921

Decked Out

Connie Lim has created a beautifully illustrated set of fashion inspired playing cards, a tangible telling of her story, intimately realized in the palm of your hand.

Decked Out 2014

Demograffik Playing Cards by Hurlyburly Games

Paul Janzen and Troy Sullivan also know as Hurlyburly Games have created a unique pack to showcase the multicultural flavour of the world through playing cards.

Demograffik Playing Cards by Hurlyburly Games 2013

Demon Deck by Anomaly World Studio

54 amazing hand drawn cards which shows the demons from Underworld.

Demon Deck by Anomaly World Studio 2014

Derby Day

Derby Day race game published by Parker Games’ English subsidiary at Ivy Lane, London, from 1908 to around 1920.

Derby Day

Diamond Playing Card (DPC Ltd)

Diamond Playing Card (DPC Ltd).

Diamond Playing Card (DPC Ltd) 1970

Different Playing Cards by Teach By Magic

Instead of the usual ace of spades, or a seven of diamonds, this pack has a "spade of aces" and a "diamond of sevens"; meaning that the spade is made up of aces using a typographic and illustrative style.

Different Playing Cards by Teach By Magic 2014

Disney Princess

Disney Princess lenticular deck. Each card has two images, one when viewed straight on, and another when viewed from a side angle; both slightly 3D

Disney Princess 2014

Doctor Busby

The Game of “Doctor Busby” published by Parker Brothers, Salem, Massachusetts, USA, c.1890.

Doctor Busby 1890

Dogs

‘Dogs’ playing cards showcases 52 canine portraits in four suits as authors, artists, musicians and film stars, illustrated by Chet Phillips, 2016

Dogs 2016

Dragons Playing Cards by Robert Burke

A gorgeous deck of cards featuring the dragon art of Kerem Beyit and printed by the United States Playing Card Company.

Dragons Playing Cards by Robert Burke 2016

Earth Dragons and Other Rare Creatures

Jessica Feinberg, mostly known for her unique mythic paintings of nature, dragons, is a creator the Earth D​ragons and Other Rare Creatures playing cards.

Earth Dragons and Other Rare Creatures 2015

Eastern Airlines and Ryder Trucks by Hoyle

Dual advertising deck for Eastern Airlines and Ryder Trucks, produced by Hoyle, 1983.

Eastern Airlines and Ryder Trucks by Hoyle

Edgar Allan Poe Playing Cards

A Kickstarter campaign for a fine deck of playing cards inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe Playing Cards 2014

Elvis Presley

Elvis Presley playing cards published by The United States Playing Card Company, c.2002.

Elvis Presley 2002

Encarded First Edition by Paul Carpenter

The Encarded First Edition is a limited edition of 2,500 designed by Paul Carpenter and manufactured by the Expert Playing Card Company.

Encarded First Edition by Paul Carpenter 2014

Excelsior

Excelsior by A. Dougherty, c.1870.

Excelsior 1870

Fable III

“Fable III” playing cards created by Lionhead Studios depicting characters in the role-playing video game published by Microsoft Game Studios in 2010

Fable III 2010

Family Guy

Family Guy merchandise deck licensed and copyright by Fox 2010.

Family Guy 2010

Famous Pirates

Playing Cards of Famous Pirates, 2012.

Famous Pirates 2012