• Playing Cards London 1801. Woodcut & Colouered Stencil. Private Collection.

    The front showing 9 images of Kings and Queens and 'Garter' Ace of Spades and the back.

    Playing card games was a popular pastime in the late eighteenth century.

    Favourite games were Whist, Cribbage, Piquet and Loo. There was much gambling at this time.

    Playing Cards London 1801

    Greetings Card
    Code: C186 £10.08 Add to order
  • Georgian Playing Cards by Hall of London 1801 - Woodcut & Coloured Stencil - Private Collection.

    Playing card games was a popular pastime in the late eighteenth century. Favourite games were Whist, Piquet, Ombre and Quadrille. There was much gambling in Georgian times.

    Showing 63 images of playing cards with some Kings and Queens and one 'Garter' Ace of Spades.

    Consists of:

    12 x Greetings Cards C186
    12 x Gift Tags T186
    12 x Wrapping Papers WP186

    Georgian Playing Cards

    Gift Set
    Code: GS005 £21.00 Show Contents Add to order
  • Georgian Playing Cards by Hall of London 1801 - Woodcut & Coloured Stencil - Private Collection.

    Playing card games was a popular pastime in the late eighteenth century. Favourite games were Whist, Piquet, Ombre and Quadrille. There was much gambling in Georgian times. Showing 63 images of playing cards with some Kings and Queens and one 'Garter' Ace of Spades.

    Georgian Playing Cards

    Wrapping Paper
    Code: WP186 £10.08 Add to order
  • Queen of Hearts - Playing Cards by Hall of London 1801 - Woodcut & Coloured Stencil - Private Collection.

    Playing card games was a popular pastime in the late eighteenth century. Favourite games were Whist, Piquet, Ombre and Quadrille. There was much gambling in Georgian times.

    Mini card size: Approx. 62mm wide x 87mm high.

    Queen of Hearts

    Mini Card
    Code: MC186 £4.20 Add to order
  • Queen of Hearts - Playing Cards by Hall of London 1801 - Woodcut & Coloured Stencil - Private Collection.

    Playing card games was a popular pastime in the late eighteenth century. Favourite games were Whist, Piquet, Ombre and Quadrille. There was much gambling in Georgian times.

    Tag size: Approx. 62mm wide x 87mm high.

    Queen of Hearts

    Gift Tag
    Code: T186 £2.16 Add to order