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Carta Mundi was founded in Turnhout on 27 June 1970 by pooling the production and sales facilities of the three surviving companies: Brepols, Van Genechten and Leonard Biermans.

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007 Die Another Day

“007 Die Another Day” James Bond themed playing cards, 2002.

007 Die Another Day 2002

007 Guns & Gadgets

“007 Guns & Gadgets” themed playing cards printed by Carta Mundi, 2005.

007 Guns & Gadgets 2005

Advertising deck for Carta Mundi

Advertising deck for Carta Mundi produced by Carta Mundi, 2001

Advertising deck for Carta Mundi 2001

African Art

“African Art” Playing cards by John J. Beckvermit III, 1994

African Art 1994

Beatrix Potter’s Rummy

Beatrix Potter’s Rummy published by Gibsons Games, c.1985.

Beatrix Potter’s Rummy

Benedicte Morand-Bail

Benedicte Morand-Bail’s striking and colourful abstract poker deck with French named courts

Benedicte Morand-Bail

BG Bouw Building Company

BG Bouw Dutch Building Company publicity deck manufactured by Carta Mundi, c.1980.

BG Bouw Building Company

Bretagne

Jeu de Cartes “Bretagne” conveying their cultural identity.

Bretagne

British Airways Concorde

British Airways Concorde playing cards made in Belgium by Carta Mundi, before 2003.

British Airways Concorde 2003

Butagaz

“Butagaz” playing cards for the French gas company, c.1976

Butagaz

Calavera Playing Cards

Calavera playing cards designed by Jirs Huygen for Cartamundi, 2015

Calavera Playing Cards 2015

Caledonian Airways “European Phrases”

“European Phrase” playing cards produced for Caledonian Airways, 1994.

Caledonian Airways “European Phrases” 1994

Carta Mundi

Carta Mundi was founded in Turnhout on 27 June 1970 by pooling the production and sales facilities of the three surviving companies: Brepols, Van Genechten and Leonard Biermans.

Carta Mundi

Cartes de Luxe (1877) facsimile

‘Cartes de Luxe’ first published by Biermans in 1877 was reproduced in facsimile by Amstel Beer in c.1980.

Cartes de Luxe (1877) facsimile 1877

Circus Transformation Cards

Deluxe Limited Edition Circus Transformation Deck designed by F. Robert Schick, 1988

Circus Transformation Cards 1988

Compucards Review

Playing cards with binary numbers for the computer generation by Sam Pitroda, 1983.

Compucards Review 1983

Desperanto

Desperanto language game by Qui Vive Ltd, c.1990.

Desperanto

Donald Duck Groente & Fruit Pretkwartet

Donald Duck Vegetables & Fruit Quartet exclusive from Jumbo supermarkets, © Disney 2016.

Donald Duck Groente & Fruit Pretkwartet 2016

Dr Who

Dr Who is a long-running science-fiction television series produced by the BBC, first airing in 1963.

Dr Who 2005

Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein

Brepols Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein distillery, c.1960.

Dutch Pattern for Van Perlstein

Ergomia

Complete re-design of traditional pack into what the publishers considered to be ergonomically efficient.

Ergomia 2000

Fair Play cross cultural playing cards

“Fair Play” cross cultural playing cards illustrated by Canadian artist Stephen B. MacInnes.

Fair Play cross cultural playing cards 2009

Fondation Charcot Stichting

Multi-artist promotion deck for Le Fondation Charcot, a Multiple Sclerosis charity in Belgium, c.1990.

Fondation Charcot Stichting 1990

Food Exchange

“Food Exchange“ playing cards designed by Ralph Dobson for the British Diabetic Association.

Food Exchange 1973

French Revolution

Bicentenaire de la Révolution Française 1789–1989 created by Christian Offroy.

French Revolution 1989

Gilbert and Sullivan

Gilbert and Sullivan deck created by Don Jack using artwork from Players cigarette cards.

Gilbert and Sullivan 1994

Guinness Posters

Classic Guinness Posters, 1999.

Guinness Posters 1999

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! promotional playing cards, 1997.

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! 1997

Irish Playing Cards

Playing card designs based on motifs from early Irish manuscripts and metalwork.

Irish Playing Cards

La Traviata

“La Traviata” playing cards designed by Erté, c.1985.

La Traviata 1985

Lakeland

Lakeland playing cards by Stuart Lawrence depicting famous characters & views of England’s Lake District, c.1988.

Lakeland

Little Britain

“Little Britain” fan deck published by the BBC in 2005.

Little Britain

London on Playing Cards

London on Playing Cards, Intercol, 1989.

London on Playing Cards

Lovely Day for a Guinness

Lovely Day for a Guinness deck published by Shamrock Gift Co Dublin, c.1980.

Lovely Day for a Guinness

Martinique

Original designs from the French overseas department of Martinique by local artist Martine Porry.

Martinique 2000

Max Velthuijs for KLM

Playing cards designed by Max Velthuijs for KLM airlines first published c.1964

Max Velthuijs for KLM 1964

Mickey Kids

Mickey Kids playing cards from Disney.

Mickey Kids

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Happy Families

“Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” Happy Families.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Happy Families

Millennium

‘Millennium’ limited edition playing cards by Carta Mundi, 1999

Millennium 1999

MMCardz

INPOPA Anthology 2002 published by MMCardz.

MMCardz 2002

My Goodness my Guinness

Gilroy Special Edition Playing Cards to commemorate the centenary of the birth of John Gilroy, 1989.

My Goodness my Guinness 1989

National Geographic Nature

National Geographic Nature playing cards, 2006.

National Geographic Nature 2006

Nationale-Nederlanden

Nationale-Nederlanden insurance company, 1984.

Nationale-Nederlanden

Nederlands Stedenkwartet

Nederlands Stedenkwartet with heraldic needlepoint patterns by Permin, c.1970.

Nederlands Stedenkwartet 1970

Playing Politics

“Playing Politics” or “Cabinet Shuffle” specially commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1983

Playing Politics 1983

Politicards 2000 by Action Publishing

Politicards 2000 features 54, full colour, caricatures of the candidates, politicians and political pundits shaping the American presidential elections in 2000

Politicards 2000 by Action Publishing 2000

Polska

Polska with artwork by Katarzyna Tomala & Krzysztof Korzeniak, 2011.

Polska 2011

Qantas

Qantas Airways Limited is the flag carrier of Australia and is the world's third-oldest airline still in operation, having been founded in November 1920.

Qantas 1920

Rat-a-Tat Cat

Rat-a-Tat Cat illustrated by Roni Shepherd, published by Gamewright Inc, Boston, 1997.

Rat-a-Tat Cat 1997

Royal Pavilion at Brighton

The Royal Pavilion, also known as the Brighton Pavilion, is an Asian-style palace built for King George IV when he was Prince of Wales.

Royal Pavilion at Brighton