Striking views of Naples, photography by Cesare Gerolimetto, produced by Dal Negro.
Designs by Italian artist Fernando Valenti issued to coincide with an exhibition of his work in 1986.
Originally one of several designs which emerged during the nineteenth century, the Florentine pattern has several distinctive features.
Avventure di Pinocchio by Dal Negro, based on Carlo Collodi’s famous 1883 novel “The Adventures of Pinocchio”.
French-suited fortune-telling pack with distinctive designs by Italian artist Sergio Ruffolo.
The origins of the Lombardy pattern probably lie in the early 19th century when it was a full-length design. It has some affinities with the French Provence and Lyons patterns which are now obsolete.
Costumes, masks and symbols from the island of Sardinia, with designs by Luciano Dettori and Tonino Caputo.
Sergio Ruffolo’s “Tarocco Indovino” is an expanded version of his “Lo Zodiaco” cartomancy deck.