“Cards Eh!” playing cards with general information about Canada produced by JK Productions of Richmond, British Columbia in 2002.
Charles Hodges produced engraved geographical and astronomical decks, London, c.1827-30.
Costumes des Peuples Étrangers & Jeu d’Or dedicated to young people and likely used for games and fortune-telling.
Jaques' Counties of England card game, 4th Series (Southern Counties), c.1910.
Four Corners of the World fantasy playing cards by Daveluy, Bruges, Belgium, 1875-1880.
The “Game of Nations” depicting caricatures of traditional costumes manufactured by McLoughlin Brothers, USA 1890s.
Geographical playing cards sold by Henry Brome, second edition, c.1682.
Playing cards with an educational and instructive purpose first trended in mid-17th century France, inspiring imitations on a growing number of topics such as Arithmetic, Fortification and Military Science, Geometry, Grammar, Heraldry, Cartography, Biographies, Mythology, History, Political Satire, and so on.
“Jeu de Géographie” educational playing cards etched by Stefano Della Bella and published in c.1644.
Two miniature card games promoting Vim Scouring Powder and Sunshine Soap, 1930s.