Ases de la pintura / Masters of painting playing cards made by Naipes Comas, Spain, c.1990.
Baraja 'Te Amo' con dibujos de Serafín en tirada de 500 ejemplares numerados, 48 naipes. Fabricado por Naipes Comas (Barcelona) 2002.
Some examples of playing cards made in Catalonia from the collection of Iris Mundus, Barcelona.
“Baraja Cristóbal Colón” commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of Christopher Columbus.
“Baraja Literaria” Spanish pack with cartoons by Serafín, published by Asescoin and manufactured by Naipes Comas, 2002.
Baraja PEPLVM features cartoons by Ortuño of famous actors and actresses in roles from epic Roman movies.
Playing Cards imported into Argentina by Casa Bertrand Domec de Fagoaga y Fernández (Sucesores) Bs. As., c.1935-50.
Cadiz style playing cards produced by or for La Primitiva, Victoria 3179, Buenos Aires c.1905. The cards have the black 'Mercury' tax stamp on the four of cups.
High-quality standard designs by Sebastián Comas y Ricart, Barcelona, Spain, 1896.
With a distinct history stretching back to the early middle ages, many Catalans think of themselves as a separate nation from the rest of Spain.
“El Ciervo” No.4 manufactured by Hija de Antonio Comas during the Spanish Civil War, with mural crown and flag of the 2nd Republic on the ace of coins, c.1938.
Sebastian Comas y Ricart - Hija de A. Comas “El Ciervo” Spanish Catalan pattern, c.1930.
Sebastian Comas y Ricart - Hija de A. Comas “El Periquito” Spanish-suited playing cards for export to Argentina, c.1930.