Sherlock Holmes deck with caricatures by Jeff Decker published by Gemaco Playing Card Co. 1989
Naval and Military Families produced by Prince and Princess Louis of Battenberg, printed by Ernst Nister of Nuremberg, c.1905-10.
La Mariée du Mardi-Gras, published by Jeux et Jouets Français. Paris, early 1900s.
Bicycle Emotions playing cards with custom emotions on the courts to help you bluff at cards, 2013.
Les Géants d'un Mythe created by François Poulain and manufactured by Grimaud, 1983.
The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is an Asian-style palace built for King George IV when he was Prince of Wales.
Volleyball European Championship Rummy, 1983, designed by Klaus Hennig.
“Playing Politics” or “Cabinet Shuffle” specially commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1983
“Victory” by Pepys Games, a splendid game with caricatures of British and German leaders, published in 1940.
Naipes Truco “Únicos” with caricatures of national celebrities designed by Gerardo N. Perez, 2006.
Cartes Recréatives is a set of Transformed playing cards designed by Armand-Gustave Houbigant (1790-1863) and first published by Terquem et May, Metz, in 1819.
“La Baralla Espanyola de Regió 7”, created by Jaume Capdevila and Helena Rovira for Edicions Intercomarcals SA in 1996, depicts caricatures of Spanish politicians from that era.
Political caricature playing cards designed by Antonio Olveira, published by the Malaga newspaper “Diario 16” on the occasion of the 1995 local elections.
Baraja Gallega designed by cartoonists and caricaturists Pinto Chinto (David Pintor & Carlos López) in 2002.
Matarelli was a well known caricaturist who first illustrated Carlo Collodi's famous Pinocchio story. He was also a collaborator in the satirical magazine “Il Lampione”, founded by Collodi.
Hand-drawing ‘Transformation’ playing cards was a popular pastime 200 years ago