National Gallery (Dutch School)

The National Gallery card game (Dutch and Flemish Schools) published by J. Jaques & Son, c.1895, with black & white photos of famous paintings. See the Rules

Note: This is the second series, a companion to the British School edition.

What a shame colour printing was not really any good in England at this time for Jaques. Today you can see more than 2,600 of the world’s greatest paintings in full colour in the National Gallery online

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Above: cards from The National Gallery Second Series (Dutch & Flemish Schools) published by J. Jaques & Son, c.1895. 60 cards in box + rules, plain blue backs.

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