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Chas Goodall and Son

Chas Goodall and Son 1820-1922

Today nothing remains of Charles Goodall's Camden Works, where three-quarters of the playing cards printed in Britain were produced.

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Goodall & Son Patience Boxed Sets

Goodall & Son Patience Boxed Sets

Goodall & Son produced a huge variety of Patience Boxed Sets at different times and for different consumers.

Goodall & Son’s Patience & Miniature packs

Goodall & Son’s Patience & Miniature packs

Goodall & Son’s Patience & Miniature packs came in various styles of box and back design, c.1890-1930.

Goodall 1879-1880 Sample Book 1879

Goodall 1879-1880 Sample Book

Complete contents of a sample book by Goodall & Sons

Goodall 1915-1916 Sample Book 1915

Goodall 1915-1916 Sample Book

Complete contents of a sample book by Goodall & Sons

Goodall 1916 Rockleigh Sample Book 1916

Goodall 1916 Rockleigh Sample Book

Complete contents of a sample book by Goodall

Goodall c.1845-60 1845

Goodall c.1845-60

Goodall’s earliest cards were traditional in appearance but in around 1845 ‘modernised’ courts were designed

Goodall Part One

Goodall Part One

Goodall Part Two

Goodall Part Two

Goodall’s modernised Wüst House pattern playing cards 1915

Goodall’s modernised Wüst House pattern playing cards

A remodelled version of the first Wüst house pattern.

Goodall’s Wüst house pattern playing cards 1890

Goodall’s Wüst house pattern playing cards

Goodall’s Wüst house pattern playing cards with scenic aces of Brazil.

Great Mogul Playing Cards 1741

Great Mogul Playing Cards

The origins of the 'Great Mogul' brand playing cards.

Hindooly 1904

Hindooly

Hindooly published by Chas Goodall & Son Ltd with four newly designed suits, c.1904.

Historic Shakespeare 1893

Historic Shakespeare

Historic Shakespeare with courts featuring Shakespearean characters, Chas Goodall & Son.

Irish Heroic 1919

Irish Heroic

The costumes and details of this pack are in the spirit of "The Heroic Period of Irish History".

Isle of Man playing cards by De La Rue & Goodall 1870

Isle of Man playing cards by De La Rue & Goodall

Two different versions of Isle of Man playing cards from 1870 and 1914.

Isle of Man souvenir playing cards by Goodall & Son. 1870

Isle of Man souvenir playing cards by Goodall & Son.

Two antique packs with scenic aces illustrating places on the Isle of Man.

Japanesque 1900

Japanesque

Goodall’s “Japanesque” brand was used for stationery products since around 1880 but these playing cards were added to the range in around 1900.

Khanhoo 1895

Khanhoo

Khanhoo by Charles Goodall & Son, 1895.

Kuhn Khan 1912

Kuhn Khan

There is little information available about the early twentieth century card game Kuhn Kahn. It first appears in 1912 – with a variety of sets produced by Goodall & Son.

Kuhn Khan and Cooncan: an update 1912

Kuhn Khan and Cooncan: an update

Kuhn Khan and Cooncan are pretty much exactly the same rummy-style game, but packaged and presented differently.