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Playing Cards Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 194 pictures in our Playing Cards collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


King of Diamonds from a deck of Goodall & Son Ltd. playing cards, c1940. Artist: Unknown Featured Print

King of Diamonds from a deck of Goodall & Son Ltd. playing cards, c1940. Artist: Unknown

King of Diamonds from a deck of Goodall & Son Ltd. playing cards, c1940. [Goodall & Son Ltd., London, c1940]

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'The Greeting' on the three of spades', 1910. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

"The Greeting" on the three of spades', 1910. Creator: Unknown

"The Greeting" on the three of spades', 1910. Transformation playing card with people drawn around the spades: a photographer points his camera at a man offering a bunch of flowers to a woman with an ostrich-feather hat. Creating playing card 'Squiggles', or 'Squiggling', in which the pips of the non-face cards were incorporated into an artistic design, was popular in the 19th century. From "The Strand Magazine, an illustrated monthly", Volume XL - July to December 1910. [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1910]

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'The corpulent Chanticleer,' from the ace of hearts', 1910 Featured Print

"The corpulent Chanticleer," from the ace of hearts', 1910

'"The corpulent Chanticleer," from the ace of hearts', 1910. Transformation playing card with the heart forming the body of Chanticleer, the rooster from the "Reynard The Fox" fables. Creating playing card 'Squiggles', or 'Squiggling', in which the pips of the non-face cards were incorporated into an artistic design, was popular in the 19th century. From "The Strand Magazine, an illustrated monthly", Volume XL - July to December 1910. [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1910]

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