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various 18th century Italian playing cards, Giuseppe Cattino, Paulo Montanar

Playing cards manufactured in Italy by Giuseppe Cattino and Paolo Montanar for Spanish markets.

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Salzburger Einfachbild, Piatnik

Salzburger Einfachbild, Piatnik

A Deck of Skeletons. Vintage STYLE Playing Cards. by Mike Willcox — Kickstarter

La baraja de los piratas // A Deck of Skeletons. Vintage STYLE Playing Cards [by Mike Willcox — Kickstarter]

“We’re Gonna Hang Out the Washing on the Siegfried Line” wartime card game made by William Sessions Ltd, 1940s

“We’re Gonna Hang Out the Washing on the Siegfried Line” wartime card game made by William Sessions Ltd,

Bohemian Pattern - The World of Playing Cards

The Bohemian Pattern, sometimes called the Prager Pattern, has roots in the century.

Brewery Advertising - The World of Playing Cards

Brewery Advertising - The World of Playing Cards

Golden Spike Bicycle® Playing Cards by Jody Eklund — Kickstarter. ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT TO GET YOUR DECKS HERE!

Jody Eklund is raising funds for Golden Spike Bicycle® Playing Cards on Kickstarter! A playing card series by Jody Eklund inspired by the building of the Transcontinental Railroad.

Apache Indian Playing Cards - The World of Playing Cards

Apache Indian Playing Cards made on rawhide, first recorded 1875

Playing Card    Date:      ca. 1470–80  Culture:      South Netherlandish  Medium:      Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver  Dimensions:      Each 4 3/4 x 2 3/4 in. (12 x 7 cm)  Classification:      Miscellany-Paper  Credit Line:      The Cloisters Collection, 1983  Accession Number:      1983.515.15    This artwork is not on display

Playing Card with a queen, pen-and-ink, tempera and applied gold and silver on tempera, c. Metropolitan Museum of Art accession no.

Средневековые игральные карты | 281 фотография

Средневековые игральные карты | 281 фотография

Ganjifa is a card game or type of playing cards that are most associated with Persia and India  the cards are circular or rectangular.The traditional Ganjifa cards were and are handmade and hand painted, each single card being a work of art. Groups of Chitrakars, painters and craftsmen in numerous centers took up the challenge and produced cards in diverse styles.

Ganjifa Playing Cards Ganjifa and Aas-Naas are traditional Iranian card games whose history goes back to the century Safavid period.

King of Nooses, from The Cloisters Playing Cards | South Netherlandish | The Met

Playing Card Date: ca. Culture: South Netherlandish Medium: Pasteboard with pen and ink, tempera, applied gold and silver Dimensions: Each 4 x 2 in. x 7 cm)

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