“Corsaires et Flibustiers” playing cards created by G. Delluc and published by Éditions Philibert, Paris, 1958.
This is a free sample of the EPCS Newsletter. This issue contains the following: Silk Cut • Secretary's Notes/Editorial/Feedback • Brian Hinxman • Wrapper Query • Michael Goodall Obituary • Norwegian Pack • Old Character Cards • The Thailand Playing Card Monopoly • Waddington Promotional Material • Lynx Dry • Tringham • The Dread Pirate Roberts • The Hinxman File on Wages • The Beginning of Happy Families • Winstanley 10 of Clubs • Finnish Pack - Pelikortteja • Epic Scenes from the Old Testament
Famous Pirates playing cards with artworks, prints, artefacts & pirate sayings, USA, 2006.
The game of “Highwayman” published by Chad Valley Company in c.1950 simulates travelling on old Coach Routes and being held up by highwaymen.
A recurring motif is the symbolism of life and death, playfully rendered in these marvellous cards, including plenty of sabres and skeletons!
Pack featuring six images from the Disney film of the same name, on cards made for Eastern Europe.
Poker Faces playing cards were illustrated by Alex Elsen and published by Verlag Um Die Ecke, Germany, 2015
The deck is about the dichotomy of a life at sea. Exploring famous sailors, explorers, pirates, and privateers of the age of sail.
Sirocco, nautical themed playing cards by Riffle Shuffle Playing Card Co. and designed by Nathan Oser, 2020.
The deck has been inspired by pirates and swashbuckling and the world of Steampunk, a science-fiction realm of steam-powered machinery, intricate cogs and gears.