Disney Princess lenticular playing cards. Each card has two images, one when viewed straight on, and another when viewed from a side angle, giving the illusion of 3D movement (the scans below show a feint ghost of the second image). The four suit symbols have been changed, and each card is the same across the suits.
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I have adored playing cards since before I was seven years old, and was brought up on packs of Waddington's No 1. As a child I was fascinated by the pictures of the court cards.
Over the next fifty years I was seduced by the artwork in Piatnik's packs and became a collector of playing cards.
Seeking more information about various unidentified packs I discovered the World of Playing Cards website and became an enthusiastic contributor researching and documenting different packs of cards.
I describe my self as a playing card archaeologist, using detective work to identify and date obscure packs of cards discovered in old houses, flea markets and car boot sales.
Shuffled Symphonies published by Pepys Games in association with Walt Disney, 1939.
Mickey’s Fun Fair published by Pepys Games in collaboration with Walt Disney, 1939.
Snow White 2nd edition published by Pepys Games, 1951.
Snow White card game 1st edition published by Castell Brothers Ltd (Pepys), 1937.
Pinocchio card game published by Pepys Games, 1940.
Hercules card game published by Herclio Fournier, 1997.
Mickey and the Beanstalk card game devised by Ern Shaw for Pepys Games, 1947.
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier... card game published by Pepys Games, 1956.
Cinderella card game published by Pepys Games, 1954.
Donald Duck Vegetables & Fruit Quartet exclusive from Jumbo supermarkets, © Disney 2016.
Peter and the Pirates by Pepys Games, 1955.
Peter and the Wolf card game published by Pepys Games, 1947.
Alice card game published by Pepys in 1952, based on the Walt Disney film “Alice in Wonderland”.
Walt Disney’s Dumbo card game published by Pepys, 1939.
Wu-Pee card game by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1947.
“Le Bossu de Notre-Dame” families card game published by Ducale (France Cartes), c.1998.
Jungle Book by Pepys games, inspired by Walt Disney, 1967
Donald’s Circular Snap published by Pepys, 1951.
Mickey Mouse card game is part of a promotion for Rübezahl Schokoladen GmbH (Germany).
“Silly Symphonies” or “Mickey Mouse Snap” manufactured by Chad Valley Co. Ltd, 1930s.
The official ‘Simpsons’ playing cards produced by Winning Moves Games, 2003.
Disney Princess lenticular deck. Each card has two images, one when viewed straight on, and another when viewed from a side angle; both slightly 3D
How I began Collecting Playing Cards by Robert S. Lancaster
Winnie the Pooh card game published by Pepys Games 1965.
“Mickey Mouse y Amigos” Spanish-suited pack mimicking Fournier’s Castilian pattern, 2001