This miniature pack is very similar to one made by C.L.Wúst in c.1890.
Miniature novelty playing cards from the late 1940s or early 1950s with a charm of their own. Probably published as small prizes at fairground or seaside amusement arcades.
La Baraja 'Hoja de Afeitar'. Baraja de Hojas Maravilla descalificadas como de primerísima categoría.
Children’s toy cards published in Argentina by Editorial Atlántida in the magazine “Billiken”, 1964.
The Birkel company has produced several promotional “Schwarzer Peter” packs over the years and this one is themed on the circus.
Patience deck for British American Tobacco printed by Speelkaartenfabriek Nederland c.1940
Half-sized cigarette playing cards published by Bucktrout & Co., Ltd (Guernsey) c.1930.
“Carte per Signora” patience pack was produced by Fratelli Armanino, Genova, in c.1897.
Derived from “Cartes Turques” first made by Glanz, then later by van Genechten, Brepols & Piatnik. 3 double-ended dragon Aces and one Adam/Eve Ace with a coiled serpent.
Miniature children’s playing cards with photographs of football players on the reverse.
Cigarette Cards, Trade Cards, Miniature Playing Cards and other ephemera.
Clifford Toys is a brand name of F. Levy & Co., Ltd, London, sellers of toys and fancy goods.
Patience size playing cards published by Obchodni Tiskarny of Prague, under the brand “Casino”, with cartoon courts in the style of wood engravings.
Einar Nerman (1888–1983) was a talented Swedish artist born in Norrköping who designed playing cards during the 1920s.
Miniature Patience playing cards in Rococo style published by F. X. Schmid, c.1960
The design of the figures is very agile with excellent colour harmony and execution.