Animals Quartet game printed for Cigarrillos El Figaro, Peru, early 1900s.
The game of “Birds, Beasts and Fishes” published by Multum in Parvo Ltd, from 1896
A different dinosaur for each of the four suits, two printed in red and two in blue.
Chad Valley’s “Forest Echoes Zoological Snap” from before the First World War depicts superb illustrations of animals and their associated calls.
Quartet games with scientific illustrations became popular during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. J. W. Spear and Sons Zoology quartet game is a lesson in natural history.
Dondorf's “La Zoologie” card game no.335 features a collection of 40 chromolithographic prints of species of animals from around the world
Noah’s Ark Card Game, c.1905, which in its day helped to teach the Old Testament worldview
Dinosaurs from different ages and locations, with artwork by Virginijus Poshkus.