Artex Quadrilato No.333 for Tunisia
Playing cards in Tunisia have followed French influence. These Belgian/Genoese type playing cards are based on the French Paris pattern produced by Grimaud in late 19th century, but with green replacing the usual blue. The Jack of Clubs has a triangular shield whose design resembles the coat of arms of the former Spanish Netherlands. Grimaud's pattern was used in casinos in Belgium, Spain & South America, and had also been extended into the Ottoman Empire, the Balkans and the Mediterranean from Algeria to Syria. It is also known in Turkey. It is gradually being replaced today by the Anglo-American pattern.