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Atlantic Playing Card Co

Atlantic Playing Card Co., Inc. promoted Bridge Ensemble boxes and companion accessories.

Atlantic Playing Card Co

Bridge advertising playing cards by La Cubana

Bridge advertising playing cards for Morganite Carbon, manufactured by La Cubana, S.A., Tulipan 108, Mexico 4, D.F., c.1980s.

Bridge advertising playing cards by La Cubana 1980

Bridge Challenger

“Bridge Challenger” by Fidelity Electronics, 1975

Bridge Challenger

Canasta

Canasta is a card game of the Rummy family which originated in Uruguay probably about 1947

Canasta 1947

Club Bridge

Modiano’s ‘Club Bridge’ is a new edition of a stylish deck originally published in c.1895.

Club Bridge 1895

Dal Negro Bridge set

Dal Negro Bridge set featuring old Vienna pattern courts.

Dal Negro Bridge set

Five Suit Bridge

Five Suit Bridge was invented in Vienna in 1937 by Walter W. Marseille and Dr. Paul Stern.

Five Suit Bridge 1937

History and Evolution of Spades

History and Evolution of Spades

History and Evolution of Spades

Hunter’s Bridge

“Hunter’s Bridge” playing cards by ASS depicting animals and associated symbols of hunting, c.1976.

Hunter’s Bridge 1976

Jumbo Bridge 88

Cards with jumbo indices were introduced in 1895, and were given the subtitle '88'.

Jumbo Bridge 88

Progressive Whist Cards

There are references to “progressive whist” or “whist drives” during the 19th and early years of the 20th century but this form of the game came into its own during the 1920s and 30s.

Progressive Whist Cards

Spectrum Bridge by Cartamundi

Spectrum Bridge by Cartamundi

Spectrum Bridge by Cartamundi

TDC Inc.

“TDC Inc.: a 20th Century American Playing Card Maker” by Michael Cooper.

TDC Inc.

The Invention of Bridge

“The Invention of Bridge” - a humorous story by Larry Lefkowitz.

The Invention of Bridge

Whist and Gaming Counters and Markers

History.of Whist and Gaming Counters and Markers from the 18th Century to modern times.

Whist and Gaming Counters and Markers

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