African art and symbolism on playing cards designed by John J. Beckvermit III, USA, 1994.
Taking a closer look at the rise of media tie-in branded tarot deck and esoteric lifestyle of younger generations.
“Buffalo soldiers” playing cards commemorating African American military men who helped change the face of America.
Peanuts comic strip characters on cards for regular play or a special game based on baseball.
Reproductions of cigarette cards from 1910 on the subject of the early days of aviation.
“The New Palladini Tarot” by David Palladini published by U.S. Games Inc., in 1996.
A series of fifty-five original designs (including frontispiece, back and Joker) for a Pickwick pack of playing cards, in which are introduced all the principal & many of the minor characters figuring in the great humorous classic.
Dinosaurs from different ages and locations, with artwork by Virginijus Poshkus.
The Cooper Union caricature playing cards illustrated by Gerry Gersten, United States, c. 1987
The Lord of the Rings Tarot Pack by Terry Donaldson and artist Peter Pracownik. Published 1997 by U.S. Games Systems.