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Bertrand Domec, Buenos Aires 1904-1970

Bertrand Domec, Buenos Aires 1904-1970

Bertrand Domec was an importer of playing cards into Argentina, 1904-1970.

Casa Jacobo Peuser

Casa Jacobo Peuser

Casa Jacobo Peuser was originally founded in 1867, and was involved in the importation of playing cards into Argentina during the period (approx.) c.1920-1950.

EPCS August 1989 Newsletter

EPCS August 1989 Newsletter Members Only

King George V1 & Queen Elizabeth • Imported (Part 2) • KAN-U-GO • Marcus Morris • BOOTS Stationers • Crime and Punishment • Joseph Reynolds & Sons • C.W.Faulkner • Oriental Playing Cards • Lexicon

EPCS August 1993 Newsletter

EPCS August 1993 Newsletter Members Only

Mercury • Wrigley's Chewing Gum • Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Game • Scottish Clan Tartan • The Card & Dice Office Evasion of Stamp Duty • 10th Anniversary Transformation Pack • Karl Gerich • Willis & Co • Globe Series

EPCS February 1993 Newsletter

EPCS February 1993 Newsletter Members Only

75th Anniversary of Women's Suffrage in Great Britain • Sherlock Holmes • H.P. Gibson • The Card & Dice Office • Evasion of Stamp Duty in the Early 19th Century • Worshipful Company Pack 1992 • Libby's Happy Families • The Orange Wench and Her Merry Monarch • OXO • Chesterfield Tube Company • De La Rue • London Opinion "Limerique"

EPCS May 1989 Newsletter

EPCS May 1989 Newsletter Members Only

Charlie Chaplin • Adolf Hitler • An interesting Discovery • Worshipful Company • VETO: The Exciting Election Game • Joseph Reynolds & Sons • Mistitz or Metamorphosis Valentines The Muddied Menagerie • William Hancock • Non Revoke • Universal • De La Rue • British Gas • Imported (Part 1)

EPCS May 1993 Newsletter

EPCS May 1993 Newsletter Members Only

40th anniversary of the Queen's Coronation • The Card & Dice Office • Evasion of Stomp Duty in the Early 19th Century • Lexicon • Nursery Rhymes • Game of Parliament • Happy Families • De La Rue

Imported Argentinean Playing Cards

Imported Argentinean Playing Cards

There has been a number of importing agents, as well as manufacturers from other countries, who have imported playing cards into Argentina.

Julio Laje 1930

Julio Laje

Julio Laje, importing agent for playing cards, Aconquija 2981, Buenos Aires, c.1930-1960.