The United States Playing Card Co. (USPCC) represents an amalgamation of all the major American card-makers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Age of Dragons by Anne Stokes, 2017.
Alice in Wonderland playing cards designed by Sasha Dounaevski, 2018.
These decks were produced in various grades for the German immigrant population and feature the German eagle and the German and American flags intertwined. There were two versions: one with German faces and one with American faces.
This deck is commonly known as the “Anheuser-Busch Spanish-American War deck”, issued at the end of the war.
Anne Stokes Collection playing cards, 2010.
Over the years eight different Aces of Spades were used with this brand and the Joker was also modified several times.
Atlantic Playing Card Co., Inc. promoted Bridge Ensemble boxes and companion accessories.
Evolution of American Bank Note Co's “Baggy Clown” Joker.
“Fireside Bible Game” (No.1124) published by The Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, USA, 1899.
The United States Playing Card Co. issued Spanish versions of their flagship brand.
Bicycle 808 Bourbon themed deck by US Playing Card Company 2017.
Bicycle Butterfly playing cards from RSVP Magic with artwork by ‘Lotrék’ and printed by USPCC, 2012.
The Civil War Deck designed by Jackson Robinson, 2017.
Bicycle Cybertech playing cards inspired by cyberpunk genre, illustrated by Jamie Meza, 2019.
Bicycle Emotions playing cards with custom emotions on the courts to help you bluff at cards, 2013.
Bicycle Heritage playing cards by the United States Playing Card Company, 2012
Bicycle Knights playing cards designed by Sam Hayles in 2018.
The famous Bicycle playing cards were first introduced by Russell & Morgan Printing Co in 1885
The famous 'Bicycle' playing cards were first introduced by Russell & Morgan Printing Co in 1885. They were hugely successful and became the most well-known brand in the world.
1st edition of famous Bicycle Playing Cards printed by Russell & Morgan Printing Co., Cincinnati, 1885.
Bicycle 808 Seconds playing cards manufactured by The United States Playing Card Co, Cincinnati and New York, USA, with offices also in Windsor, Canada and London, England.
Bicycle Steampunk playing cards with Gothic artwork by Anne Stokes, 2015.
“Breaking Bad” fan deck designed by Albino Dragon and manufactured by the USPCC in 2014.
Russell & Morgan's “Cabinet No.707” brand was first introduced in 1888.
‘Aristocrat’ Casino Cards with special courts for Caesars Palace by USPCC 2006.
“Capitol No.188” was first introduced during the Russell & Morgan Printing Company era in c.1886 and carried through into the U.S.P.C.C's catalogue after 1895.
Chicken Playing Cards designed by Susan Krupp, 2017.
“Circus No.47”, first issued in 1896. The staid old Kings, Queens and Jacks have given way to various well-known ring masters, clowns and queens; dashing circus designs. Indeed, the clown Jacks are only a short step away from Jokers!
Congress Playing Cards were first produced by the Russell & Morgan Company in 1881 as the finest and most expensive of their brands.
Coricidin Demilets pharmaceutical playing cards, 1967.
The deck is described on the box as “a portfolio of photographs of the leading lights of the stage”
Creature Comfort playing cards designed by Don Moyer, 2017.
The Curator Deck with designs by Emmanuel José with suit symbols cleverly transformed into artistic designs.
Elvis Presley playing cards published by The United States Playing Card Company, c.2002
“Four Point” playing cards, a labour of love designed and illustrated by Ben Vierck, 2014
‘Friendly Felines’ playing cards designed by Azured Ox, 2017.
Mystic Mushrooms Playing Cards, 2018.
Matt Hessler’s “Enhanced” four-colour playing cards
Hesslers Rider Back Playing Cards with two different coloured backs, 2019.
Historic Boston and Vicinity Souvenir Playing Cards, 1909.
Hustling Joe himself appears on the Ace of Spaces dressed in red.
The Game of ‘In Castle Land’ (No.1113) published by The Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, 1896.
McDonald’s playing cards by the United States Playing Card Co., Cincinnati, c.1997
The company advertised themselves as “The Monarch King of all Cycles” with the lion's head motif inside a bicycle wheel.
Naipes No. 71 Los Leones
“Nationalities”, the people of many nations, published by the Fireside Game Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, c.1897.
“New Era No.46”, based around European fashions, was soon followed with “Circus No.47”, “Hustling Joe No.61” and “Ye Witches No.62”.
No.500 Playing Cards published by U.S.P.C.C., c.1910
Souvenir of Panama playing cards by USPCC 6th Edition produced in 1923.