Published June 28, 2024 Updated June 28, 2024

EPCS June 2008 Newsletter

The Journey • Reiss & Co • Editorial • Secretary’s notes • House Building Game • Raroria • Omar Sharif • How Old? Beat That! • Perhaps • World Weddings • Wills’ Gifts Revisited • Arithmetical Cards • Pelman Cards • Pips in Pictures • Hunt & Sons Rare Deck • Logomachy and Dondorf • Panto People • British Makers Timeline • Wrappers • Double-Ended Courts • Snap Catalogues • Nullos • Deakin Box & Ace • The Nose Game • Cripple Mr Onion • The Fat Pack • Butterfly Cards

Deakin & Co Hunt & Sons Elaine Lewis Jennifer Gaudion Peter Wood Mathematical Theatre Timeline Wrapper Snap Add to Collection

The English Playing Card Society's Newsletter

The Society publishes a 30+ page A4 Magazine (including colour plates) which is free to members. This is dispatched three times a year and builds up into a reference source, with an index, containing information which is not readily available through any other source. Members are invited to contribute articles to the Newsletter. Click here to read a sample newsletter.

Benefits of Membership
  • We are a Society dedicated to the study and collection of "English Playing Cards", open to all, not just English people.
  • English Games are given equal footing alongside English Playing Cards.
  • A yearly Meeting.
  • Regular 'singles' sales.
  • The fellowship of members.
  • A regular Members Newsletter/Magazine; click here to read a sample newsletter.
  • Access to all back issues.
  • We are a good medium to publish research.
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By The English Playing Card Society

Member since July 10, 1984

The English Playing-Card Society was formed in January 1984. Its purpose is to bring together collectors, researchers and interested persons who wish to share information concerning designers and manufacturers of English playing-cards and card games 1660-1960.