Crossed sword and mace of the City of London. Centre shows House in old London tenanted be the Company prior to 1712 and ribbon worded Health Exhibition, London
Ace of Spades bears four suitmarks superposed and Goodall & Son. No numerals or court card indices are included on the cards.Background colour: YELLOW SINGLEOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: OFFICIAL BOXNumber of cards: 52/52 Condition: USED TO PLAY PIQUET – 20 CARDS IN NEAR MINT CONDITION – 32 CARDS LIGHTLY PLAYED WITHNotes: REISSUE WITH WOOLEY ACE OF SPADES
Arms of the Company and the City of London. Hand of Cards. Royal Crown, and the words Jubilee 1887 in celebration of the Golden Jubilee of H.M. Queen Victoria. Ace of Spades bears four suitmarks superposed and Goodall & Son.
Background colour: BLUE AND PINKOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed:DOUBLE OFFICIAL BOXNumber of cards: 52/52 and 52/52Condition: BLUE IN PLAYED WITH CONDITION. PINK IN PLAYED WITH CONDITION
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1888 ARMS OF THE COMPANY WORSHIPFUL COMPANY PLAYING CARDS
Arms of the Company supported be men in armour and dated. Ace of Spades with portrait of the Master. Made be the Worshipful Company, (probably Woolley & Co.). Design by Marcus Ward & Co.Sea-green coloured background.
Single deck of cards MINT as issued in 1888 by the Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards.Housed in its original green telescopic box this deck is complete with 52 cards plus the sample cards.
REF: WCS_JS 1888
Arms of the Company surrounded with lilies of the valley and forget-me-nots, and dated. Made by the Worshipful Company, (probably Woolley & Co.).
– White background with Ace of Spades with portrait of George Clulow.– Blue background with Ace of Spades with portrait of George Clulow as Master of the Worshipful Company.
Background colour: White and BlueOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: Double in official boxNumber of cards: 52/52 for both packsCondition: White in slightly played with condition. Blue in near mint condition.
Arms of the Company and the Fives of each suit of cards surrounded with forget-me- nots and dated. Ace of Spades with portrait of the Master. Made by the Worshipful Company, (probably Woolley & Co.).
Background colour: CreamOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: Official BoxNumber of cards: 52/52 Condition: Pack used for Piquet. 20 cards in very good condition. 32cards in played with condition.
The design shows the Arms of the Company, the City of London and the Master, together with the dome of St. Paul’s Cathedral and the date. The Ace of each suit decorated with a wreath and coloured flowers and the name Chas. Goodall & Son. The court cards represent the Royal costumes of four reigns in English history. Clubs = Plantagenet. Diamonds = Tudor. Hearts = Stuarts. Spades = Hanoverian.
Background colour: GREEN Un-boxedNumber of cards: 52/52 Condition: Used Rated 5/10
Background colour: GREEN & PINKOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: Official Double BoxNumber of cards: 52/52 and 52/52Condition: Green in very good condition – Pink in Near Mint Condition.
Arms of the Company supported by men in armour and dated. Arms of the City of London and Master above, and Tower Bridge and the dome of St Paul’s cathedral below. Designed and made by Goodall & Son, Ace of Spades with portrait of the Master.
Background colour: CREAMOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: Official BoxNumber of cards: 52/52 Condition: In Near Mint Condition
Mephistopheles and Pierrot standing back to back holding hands of cards.
Background colour: Cream and PinkOfficial Box/ Un-Boxed: Official Double BoxNumber of cards: 52/52 for bothCondition: Both are in near mint condition
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