Non-Revoke

Non-Revoke playing pards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930. The hearts and clubs suit symbols have hatching.

Different coloured suit symbols had been patented in USA on Nov 23, 1926, by Antoine Lefebure of San Francisco, with the assertion that “even experienced players confuse clubs and spades; hearts and diamonds”  here

Non-Revoke Playing Cards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930
Non-Revoke playing pards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930
Non-Revoke playing pards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930 Non-Revoke playing pards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930

Above: Non-Revoke playing cards manufactured by Universal Playing Card Co Ltd for Kum-Bak Sports, Toys & Games, c.1930. Images courtesy Rex Pitts.

Last Updated June 08, 2020 at 06:14pm

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