Rat-a-Tat Cat illustrated by Roni Shepherd, published by Gamewright Inc, Boston, 1997.
Hand-coloured Forrest Cards produced for “Young Gentlemen & Ladys who are Lovers of Ingenuity”, c.1750s.
Farmyard Cries card game, designed by Racey Helps and published by Pepys Games, 1952.
“Hunter’s Bridge” playing cards by ASS depicting animals and associated symbols of hunting, c.1976.
The game of “Birds, Beasts and Fishes” published by Multum in Parvo Ltd, from 1896
Jungle Jinks card game with artwork by Constance Stannard Chapman, manufactured by Thomas De La Rue & Co Ltd for H P Gibson & Sons Ltd, c.1905.
Chad Valley’s “Forest Echoes Zoological Snap” from before the First World War depicts superb illustrations of animals and their associated calls.
“Caballos Argentinos” playing cards with photographs of horses and ponies on each card.
Victorian card game with imaginatively designed letters which spell the name of an animal, with one card representing the animal spelt.
Pets card game illustrated by Racey Helps was published by Pepys Games in 1955 but re-named Family Favourites in 1962.
Black Peter card deck for children printed in Riga during World War II, believed to have been designed by a Latvian artist.
The Muddled Menagerie card game published by Valentine & Sons Ltd, Dundee & London, c.1900.