British Playing Cards from 1828 to 1901

 
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CSB 3813

c1830 Two Cut Out wrapper fronts Reynolds & Sons.
Graphics from larger wrappers cut out and pasted to scrap book page. One advertises "THE GREAT MOGUL" by Reynolds and Sons 29 & 30 Vere Street, Lincolns Inn Fields, London. The other is a graphic from an outer wrapper for Highlander Playing Cards most probably from the same manufacturer.

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CSB5271

c1837 Hunt & Sons Playing Cards Issued for Coronation Year

A piquet pack, full deck of 32/32 Playing Cards
Small size 56mm by 84mm with Old Frizzle Ace of Spades.
Amoeba patterned backs.

The Court cards are of an earlier period of Hunts/Gibsons and we assuming that this pack was recreated to mark the Coronation of Queen Victoria.

The cards have been exposed to damp but they are still as intact as they ever were with no separation.

The Ace of Spades has a paper fragment attached to the face. The Queen of Diamonds has some damage to the top left corner.


There are a lot of surface marks but given the rarity of this deck we adjudge the markings to be minor.
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£350.00

CSB5272

c1837 Hunt & Sons Playing Cards Issued for Coronation Year

A piquet pack, full deck 32/32 cards.
Small size 56mm x 84mm with Old Frizzle Ace of Spades.
Jigsaw patterned backs.
The Court cards are of an earlier period and reflect the designs of Stopforth leading us to assume a celebration pack of cards Queen Victoria's Coronation.

The cards have been exposed to damp but they are still as intact as they ever were with no separation.

There are a lot of surface marks, more evident on the pip cards given the rarity of this deck we adjudge the markings to be minor.
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£350.00

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CSB4304

1840-1855 De La Rue French Pips Single Court Playing Cards-Letter Press Printed

The Deck is complete – The cards  are smaller than usual – continental sized with Continental / French pips – full length courts that are very decorative.  Condition is good – no damage or creases but a little grubby through general use – backs look grubbier than the face cards

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300.00

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CSB3893

c1865 Bancks Brothers Double Ended Playing Cards
This deck of playing cards 2*(32/32) Are double ended cards without indices Unusual in that they appear to be made from a single ended pattern cut in half - rather than a new design - Courts are cruder in design than one would expect - Cards are in good condition - a little grubby through light use - blue amoeba style backs

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CSB 3873

c1865 Reynolds and Sons Playing Cards - DOUBLE Bezique Deck
2*(32) cards - Stencilled Courts - faces flesh colored - Backs are patterned blue on pink - Condition is good but used - one card has a small tear - cards are grubby with use - some minor damage - no box

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75

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CSB3892

c1865 Bancks Brothers Double Ended Playing Cards
This deck of playing cards (52/52) are double ended cards without indices - Unusual in that they appear to be made from a single ended pattern cut in half - rather than a new design - Courts are cruder in design than one would expect - Cards are in good condition - brightly colored very little use - blue amoeba style backs

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CSB4228

C1870s - Superior Club House Playing Cards by Josh. Reynolds & Sons, London, with original packaging.

The playing cards are  double ended courts (R2.1) - plain  pink backs - Wrapper is either W1 or W2 ( the flap which show the difference has been torn off) the address suggests 1860s/early1870s – Reynolds moved c early 1870s – The cards are wrapped firstly in a plain pink cover, then in a Reynold's wrapper – "Josh Reynolds & Sons Highlanders", the tax wrapper is applied to this label and then on top of the tax label is another Reynolds label – "Superior Club House Playing Cards - 27 to 30 Vere Street London"  - The tax wrapper is a solid type and Reynolds have printed their name on it.  Cards (52/52) are mint – wrapper is torn and parts are missing but still very interesting. 

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£275.00

 

CSB4198

c1870/80 Bancks and Brothers

small format playing cards (HB6) with unusual coloring  of turquoise / yellow / red turned double ended courts with plain slightly glossy backs – Cards are complete 52/52 and measure 54 cms by 83 cms (frame of courts measures 49 cms by 76 cms).  – The Ace of Spades is cut very close to the lettering at the base - Interestingly the double ends are not mirror images of each other having small difference to features – ie size of noses and mouths  – The suggestion is that these cards were used for Piquet but we are not sure why that would be and feel a form of Patience is more likely at this time – Condition is very good light use – no damage but slightly grubby on the glossy backs.

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£275.00

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CSB3890

1870 De La Rue Bezique Playing Cards
This consist of two packs of playing cards (32/32) identical backs with beautifully drawn pansies in purple, the other pack with a green background. Courts are double ended, turned, no indices, square corners. Cards are in good condition, lightly used - no damage.

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CSB4236

C1875-1883 – Tax Wrapped Bancks Brothers formerly Joseph Hunt and Sons  Great Mogul Playing Cards

The tax wrapper is solid style and Bancks Brothers have printed their own label in it – underneath there is a what appears to be a plain white wrapper  These cards are smaller format than usually – we assume complete and mint as the wrapper is undamaged – the cards are as sold 130 years ago.

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350.00

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CSB 3566

c1880 De La Rue "Dexter" Harry' s patent Ivory Playing Cards
Tax Wrapped - 32/32 - yellow patterned backs

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CSB 3950

1885 WILLIS PLAYING CARDS MINIATURE INDEX PIPS
This piquet deck of playing cards (32/22) have interesting indices - they are mini pictures of cards in each corner - Interestingly the mini court indices are full length courts but Willis appeared never to manufacture full length court cards - They produced these miniature indices on two different sets of cards - once with normal turned courts over the pip and this deck - which seemed to be produced a year later where the indices are turned and the pips placed in the other corner.- The backs are decorative with three smaller pictures almost like a postcards sent from a holiday –in pinks on blue – Complete 32/32 – Condition excellent/near mint

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250.00

     
CSB1189

c1885 BANCKS BROTHERS DOUBLE ENDED PLAYING CARDS

This deck of playing cards (52/52) are without indices and have courts with an unusual color and pattern - with a lot of turquoise in the design - the cards have a floral style back - pinks on black - The cards are undamaged but dirty due to use - cleaning should be possibly with this type of soiling.

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150.00

 

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