Spanish national pattern by A. Camoin & Cie, Casablanca & Marseille
Reproduction of a French pack by François Silvestre intended to teach heraldry, produced in Paris in 1712.
Cartes Recréatives is a set of Transformed playing cards designed by Armand-Gustave Houbigant (1790-1863) and first published by Terquem et May, Metz, in 1819.
Trumps depict historical scenes primarily of the political period known as the Holy Roman Empire from the 6th to 16th century.
Traditional Italian card game with bold designs by Costante Costantini.
Small, narrow cards designed by Osvaldo Menegazzi, bearing a strong resemblance to a Swedish pattern pack.
‘La Cour Galante’ playing cards with erotic images by Costante Costantini, Italy, 1979.
Costante Costantini's second Minchiate deck, “Le Nuove Minchiate di Firenze”, was published by Solleone in 1981.
Minchiate Fiorentine created by Costante Costantini, published by Edizioni del Solleone.
Il Gioco di Passatempo contains 40 figurative playing cards depicting moral virtues and vices, dated 1690.
Long, narrow cards designed by Osvaldo Menegazzi, featuring Napoleon, Josephine and various soldiers.
The Piedmont pattern is a very close relative to the French 'Paris' pattern. The courts are not named, however, and are divided horizontally (rather than diagonally).