Two miniature card games promoting Vim Scouring Powder and Sunshine Soap, 1930s.
Geographical playing cards sold by Henry Brome, second edition, c.1682.
Jaques' Counties of England card game, 4th Series (Southern Counties), c.1910.
“Jeu de Géographie” educational playing cards etched by Stefano Della Bella (1610-1664) and published by Henry le Gras, c.1644.
The “Game of Nations” depicting caricatures of traditional costumes manufactured by McLoughlin Brothers, USA 1890s.
The game of Population was first published by the Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, USA (a division of United States Playing Card Co), in c.1896
Charles Hodges produced engraved geographical and astronomical decks, London, c.1827-30.
The 52 Counties of England and Wales described as a pack of cards first published in London in 1676.