Hofämterspiel - Playing Card  c. 1455    via bilddatenbank.khm.at

Hafnerin, Böhmen (Bohemian Potter-woman) seated on a stool on a raised wooden platform with potter's wheel, cutting stripes into a vase. A banner seems to rise and curl out of the vase.

Queen of Swords  Bonifacio Bembo or family  Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards  Italy, Milan, ca. 1450  173 x 87 mm  Purchased by Pierpont Morgan, 1911; MS M.630 (no. 23)

The Queen of Swords

Queen of Swords Bonifacio Bembo or family Visconti-Sforza Tarot Cards Italy, Milan, ca. 1450 173 x 87 mm Purchased by Pierpont Morgan, MS (no.

Средневековые игральные карты | 281 фотография

Средневековые игральные карты | 281 фотография

Cartas da Caça flamenga pintado desenhado à mão acredita-se  ter sido produzido na França ou Borgonha, final do século XV.

Flemish Hunting Deck, Oldest known deck of playing cards, the Cloisters

A detail of Lovers with Flowers. Attributed to Master bxg , active c. 1470-1490

A detail of Lovers with Flowers. Attributed to Master bxg , active c.

Manuscript BNF Français 343 Queste del Saint Graal Tristan de Léonois Dating 1380-1385 From Milan, Italy Holding Institution Bibliothèque Nationale

Check out the bottom edge of this tent Lancelot du Lac et la quete du Graal, (Bibl. Francais 343 f. via A Commonplace Book: August 2010 - note pavilion decorations

Antonius <von Pforr> Buch der Beispiele der alten Weisen — Oberschwaben, um 1475 Cod. Pal. germ. 466 Folio 221r

Antonius <von Pforr> Buch der Beispiele der alten Weisen — Oberschwaben, um 1475 Cod. Pal. germ. 466 Folio 221r

Peter Flötner | Suit of Leafs, from The Playing Cards of Peter Flötner | German | The Met

<b>The Playing Cards of Peter Flötner</b><br/><br/>Compared to many of his contemporaries, Peter Flötner produced relatively few woodcuts, but included among them is the most arresting deck of cards made in post-Reformation Germany

Cards with Italian suits: Eight playing-cards (Cups 2 to 9); aligned in two rows with four cards each. The suit-marks, which are all covered chalices remarkable for their variety and richness of design, no two being alike, are accompanied by children who disport themselves in a variety of ways, several being engaged in boring holes in the chalices to let out the liquid. c.1470 Etching

an uncut sheet of eight playing cards by the Master of the Banderoles, ©The Trustees of the British Museum. All rights reserved.

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