Banking and finance-themed playing cards feature designs and imagery inspired by money, banking, finance and insurance, often incorporating logos, slogans and other branding elements from these institutions.
While these decks may serve as promotional materials, they also offer a unique way to present finance-related concepts, making financial institutions more accessible and entertaining.
Asociart Insurance promotional playing cards, Argentina, 2000.
Commemorating the centenary of a Portuguese bank, depicting historical figures.
Bank of England playing cards, reflecting prominent characters and events from the Bank’s history.
Playing cards featuring King George VI Currency Notes, Malaya 1941-1942.
Advertising pack for the Moroccan Bank of Commerce and Industry, 1986.
“Historical Playing Cards” originally commissioned by Northern Brabant Insurance Society and manufactured by Speelkaartenfabriek Nederland in 1943.
“Original Skatgeld der Stadt Altenburg” featuring the emergency money of 1921 designed by Otto Pech
The South Sea Bubble Playing Cards were first published in London by Thomas Bowles in 1720. The cards bear satirical portrayals of the speculators involved in the South Sea Bubble of 1720, providing a unique contemporary record of the feverish atmosphere of the time, as well as the fashions of dress.