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Baronesse Whist No.160 1900

Baronesse Whist No.160

After the Second World War, the deck continued to be produced ​​both by the VEB Altenburger Spielkartenfabrik as “Rokoko” and by ASS-Spielkartenfabrik, Leinfelden-Echterdingen as “Baronesse”.

Baroque No.2118 1928

Baroque No.2118

“Baroque” by Ferd Piatnik & Sons, Vienna, reflecting a bygone era of fashion.

Comtesse 1961


“Comtesse” by Bielefelder Spielkarten Fabrik GmbH, 1961.

Empire No.170

Empire No.170

The Queens, who wear short sleeved dresses with bonnets adorned with chin straps and roses, hold a rose, a fan, a bird or a letter.

F. X. Schmid Mini-Patience

F. X. Schmid Mini-Patience

Miniature Patience playing cards in Rococo style published by F. X. Schmid, c.1960

Poker Lusso 1975

Poker Lusso

Richly costumed courts on a luxury poker pack from Masenghini.

Renaissance Playing cards made by C.L.Wüst 1880

Renaissance Playing cards made by C.L.Wüst

Rococo style playing cards from Frankfurt.

Rococco 1920


Designed by Josef Maria Melchior Annen (1868-1954) who also designed several other packs for Müller & Cie.

Rococo No.2130 1975

Rococo No.2130

Piatnik: Rococo No.2130 playing cards designed by Prof. Kuno Hock, c.1975

Rococo Playing Cards 1914

Rococo Playing Cards

Piatnik’s Rococo style playing cards issued as “Rococo Patience”, “Luxus-Patience”, “Empire Patience”, “White Horse Patience”, “Patience-Whist No.140” and “Mini Patience”

Rococo Whist-Bridge Nr.53 1930

Rococo Whist-Bridge Nr.53

printed by Flemming-Wiskott A.G. of Glogau

Rokoko 1911


Rokoko (Rococo) reflecting the dress and culture of the first half of the 18th century.

Rokoko-Bild No.158

Rokoko-Bild No.158

This pattern was published between 1889-1933, at first with no Joker, which was added in 1906 along with small indices in German or English.

Royal Dutch Mail 1939

Royal Dutch Mail

Elegant “Nieuw Neerlandia” pattern designed by M.A. Koekkoek and produced by Speelkaartenfabriek Nederland, c.1930s