Tease Me

‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards with full colour photography, published by Cotswold, probably c.1960s judging by decor and hair styles, kitsch by today's standards. See the Box

‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards published by Cotswold, c.1960s
‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards published by Cotswold, c.1960s ‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards published by Cotswold, c.1960s ‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards published by Cotswold, c.1960s

Above: ‘Tease Me’ pin-up playing cards published by Cotswold, c.1960s. 52 + 2 jokers, each with a different (chiefly top-less) photo. Unknown manufacturer, probably British they are of decent card stock, plastic coated but not embossed.

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