This consolidated index of The Playing-card currently covers issues published from July 1997 (volume XXVI No 1) to March 2017 (volume 45 No 3). We would like to thank Stuart Kaplan and Ben Miller for compiling the data for this index.

On this page articles are indexed by author. There is also a consolidated index by subject covering the same period. A consolidated index of earlier volumes is available on a separate page. The references are in the format volume/issue/page(s). Roman numbers were used for volumes up to XXIX, and Arabic numbers from volume 30 onwards.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z anon

AGUDO RUIZ, Juan de Dios.
Heraclio Fournier: notes on the manufacture of playing-cards. 31/3/113-124.
Playing cards in Spain. Reviewed by T. Denning. XXIX/5/209-210.
AKERMAN, Clive.
Taxes on playing-cards in Argentina. 33/2/81-88.
AKRON
Crowley Tarot Führer. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 36/4/292-294.
ALSCHER, Hans-Joachim.
Tarock: mein einziges Vergnügen. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 32/2/47.
ALTFAHRT, Wolfgang.
A painting by Hans von Aachen. 40/4/215-216.
News from Austria's past (1): playing-card makers in Agram. 43/1/10-18.
News from Austria's past (2): Aloys Hofmann, a Viennese cardmaker. 43/3/150-160.
News from Austria's past (3): Constantin Kaulitzy, a cardmaker in Neusatz. 43/4/239-241.
News from Austria's past (4): the playing-card maker Carl Hofer (Hoffer). 44/1/53-60.
News from Austria's past (5): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 1: 16th-17th centuries. 44/3/188-200.
News from Austria's past (6): a strange Austrian tarot. 44/4/275-283.
News from Austria's past (7): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 2: 18th-19th centuries. 45/1/35-58.
News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. 45/3/142-160.
One of a kind. 44/1/35-37.
Transformation playing-card drawing. 43/1/23.
Review of Haag's Spiel!: pastimes in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. 45/3/129-130.
BALAN, Ernst-Henri, Heidi Börner, Sigmar Radau, and Stefan Schlede.
Bube Dame König, Band 2. Reviewed by J. Berry. 31/1/48.
BAUER, Günther.
Joint-author. See Buland, Rainer.
BEAL, George.
The printing of playing-cards. XXIX/3/106-114.
When we were very young. 34/4/285-286.
BEAL, Jayne.
George Beal 14.10.1918-27.7.2013. 42/3/142-143.
BEALE, Anthony.
William Makepeace Thackeray. XXVII/5/179-182.
Wolfgang Suma: a personal reminiscence. XXIX/4/163-164.
BEALE, Thelma.
Anthony Beale, obituary. 40/2/74.
BEASLEY, John.
Playing cards and chess (Playing the Game). 40/2/96-103.
BEAUCHÊNE, Gérard, Philippe Bodard, Jean-Louis Counil and Thierry Depaulis.
From "britch" to "bridge": early French accounts of the 1880's and 1890's. 40/1/20-31.
BEDŐ, József, Ferenc Horváth, and Antal Jánoska.
Kártyafestők Magyarországon/Kartenmaler in Ungarn/Card-makers in Hungary. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/3/84.
BELLEZZA, Maria Grazia.
A todos alumbra: el semblante inédito de Finale… Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 39//2/88-89.
BERESINER, Yasha.
A severe penalty for forgery of the Ace of Spades. 34/1/51.
Cartographic and map playing cards 1590-1798. 38/2/119-131.
BERRY, John.
Astrophilogeon. XXIX/1/7.
Bubble cards and prints. XXVII/3/105-110.
Chinese money-suited cards. 31/5/230-236.
Dates in 18th century England and "bubble cards." XXVII/5/185.
De La Rue's first playing cards - the ugly Queens. XXVIII/4/165.
De La Rue's gold standard. XXIX/1/4-5
Dondorf in London. XXIX/5/176-177.
French suits and English names. XXVIII/2/84-89.
Hodges' artful dodges. 30/2/62-68.
Lenthall v. Redmayne et al. 31/4/151-156.
Mahjong: the name of the game. XXIX/3/87-89.
Mamluk problems. 30/3/139-142.
News from Altenburg. XXVI/4/146-147.
Playing-cards and medley prints XXVIII/5/230-232.
Stuart Lawrence - an appreciation. 30/1/46.
The "Nine Worthies" and French cards. XXVII/5/218-224.
The tarot myth. 32/6/225-227.
The Waddington playing-card collection. Volume 1. Reviewed by M. Goodall. 34/3/159-160.
The Waddington playing-card collection. Volume 2. Reviewed by J. Sings. 32/4/171.
William Warter's "Proverbial Cards". XXIX/5/204-207.
Review of Balan's Bube Dame König, Band 2. 31/1/48.
Review of Bedő, Horváth, and Jánoska's Kártyafestők Magyarországon/Kartenmaler in Ungarn/Card-makers in Hungary. XXVII/3/84.
Review of Biani's Manuale storico dei bolli, punzoni e tasse sulle carte da gioco in Italia dal 1861 al 1972. 31/4/146-147.
Review of Ebashi's Illustrated book of the Mahjong Museum. XXIX/2/53-54.
Review of Endebrock and Radau's Spielkarten aus Goslar. XXVIII/4/190-191.
Review of Gardiner and Hayter's The catalog of happy family games. Part one and Part two. XXVIII/5/228-229.
Review of Goodall's Minor British playing card makers of the nineteenth century. Volume 4. XXVII/1/12-13.
Review of Hoffmann's Schweizer Spielkarten 1. Die Anfänge im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. XXVIII/2/72-74.
Review of Jánoska's A Magyar Kártya/Die Ungarische Karte. XXVI/6/198-199.
Review of Jánoska's Tarokk album. XXVII/1/10-11.
Review of Lesnoy's Igorny Dom [The Gambling House]. XXVII/3/84-85.
Review of Lise's I giochi di carta/card games. XXVII/3/86.
Review of Mohile's Some card games. Old Maid. XXIX/2/53.
Review of Museo "Fournier" de Naipes de Alava catalogo tomo IV. XXVIII/3/112-113.
Review of Olsen's The art of Tarot. XXVI/4/142-143.
Review of Perelman's New playing card figures by Academic Sharleman. XXVII/3/85-86.
Review of Pitts' Ariel & Waddy. XXIX/2/52-53.
Review of Pitts' Pepys. The story of the company and its games. (3rd edition) XXIX/2/52.
Review of Reisinger's Tarocke: Kulturgeschichte auf Kartenbildern. Band 6. XXVIII/3/114-115.
Review of Schaider's Eroticism on playing cards. Volume IV. XXIX/1/14.
Review of Schultz's Spielkarten aus der Sammlung Schultz. XXVIII/3/113-114.
Review of Schwarz and Faber's Games we play. History of J. W. Spear & Sons. XXVII/1/11-12.
Review of Thorpe and Goodall's Early London cardmakers: marks & apprentices, 1560-1760. 31/2/58-59.
Review of Thorpe's Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards of the city of London. 30/2/56.
BERRY, John and Michael Goodall.
De La Rue's first playing cards. XXVIII/3/120-136.
BERRY, John and Thierry Depaulis.
Philipp Otto Runge's first playing card. XXVIII/1/50-56.
BERTI, Giordano.
Storia dei tarocchi: verità e leggende sulle carte più misteriose del mondo. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 36/1/17-20.
BERTI, Giordano and Mark McElroy.
Twenty years of tarot - The Lo Scarabeo story 1987-2007. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 36/3/174-175.
BETTS, Timothy.
Tarot cards and the Millennium - the story of who's on the cards and why. Reviewed by M. Cooper. XXVII/2/46-47.
BEUCHET, Gwenael.
Bony, une fabrique de cartes à jouer et papiers peints à Lunéville (1836-1941). XXVIII/4/198-201.
BIANI, Romano.
Manuale storico dei bolli, punzoni e tasse sulle carte da gioco in Italia dal 1861 al 1972. Reviewed by J. Berry. 31/4/146-147.
BIEBOUW, Luc.
Let's play. Belgische speelkaarten 1770-1970. Collectie Luc Biebouw. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/1/29.
BIJL, Haaije.
One of a kind. 43/4/202-204.
BITTRICH, Dietmar.
Das Gummibärchen Tarot. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 31/5/199.
BLAAS, Peter.
"Welli & Co" Spielkarten aus Alt-Tirol 1750-1900. Sonderheft zu Talon No. 7. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. XXVII/2/46.
Ferenc Horváth. 44/1/5.
In memoriam Klaus Reisinger 1941-2006. 34/3/152-153.
Werner Seyffertitz. 45/2/68.
Joint-author. See Stadler, Harald.
BODARD, Philippe.
Joint author. See Beauchêne, Gérard.
BONELLO, Giovanni.
Gambling in Malta under the Order of St. John. 34/2/124-136.
Maltese playing card makers 1684-1750. 32/3/191-197.
BONNNICK, Keith.
Joint-author. See Goodall, Michael.
BOOTH, John.
The map cards of William Redmayne circa 1676. 31/3/102-103.
BÖRNER, Heidi.
Joint-author. See Balan, Ernst-Henri.
BOSSI, Vanni.
Playing cards: uses and abuses. 37/1/41-51.
BOSTOCK, Paul.
Identifying a maker using stencil patterns. 42/3/192-195.
Portrait cards - a new designation? 45/3/170-171.
BOSTOCK, Paul and Ken Lodge.
A return visit to the Cuming Museum. 40/4/240-243.
Criterial characteristics and the development of American court cards from 1820-60. 41/1/25-40.
Playing cards at Strangers' Hall, Norwich. 41/4/239-250.
BRAUN, Franz.
Volumes 6 to 9 of Franz Braun's series Spielkarten. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. XXVIII/2/70-71.
BRUCH, Benjamin.
The Earl of Cork. XXIX/6/219-220.
BRUM-ANTONIOLI, Edi.
A Swiss-suited Gagg pack. 41/1/41.
One of a kind. 43/2/78-80.
One of a kind. 44/2/93-95.
One of a kind. 44/4/269-271.
One of a kind. 45/3/168-169.
BÜCHLER, Frieder.
Joint-author. See Schultz, Klaus-Jürgen.
Joint-author. See Schultz, Klaus- Jürgen.
Joint-author. See Schultz, Klaus- Jürgen.
BÜCHLER, Frieder and Klaus- Jürgen Schultz.
Mit offenen Karten. Alte Spielkarten aus dem Augustinermuseum in Freiburg und aus Privatsammlungen. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 33/1/9.
BULAND, Rainer, B. Edtmaier, J. Kranich, and G. Bauer.
Kartenspiel-Szenen, Salzburger Kartenspiele und Kartenmacher. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 41/4/253.
BÜRGER, Werner.
Joint-author. See Weberpals, Karl .
BURNETT, P.P.
Russian playing card history- from the beginnings to 1917. 40/1/41-57.
BURTON, Jeffrey.
Dutch scenic aces. 38/4/228-229.
French suited 60-card decks. XXVIII/2/63-64.
CALDWELL, Ross G. R.
Giovanni del Ponte and the dating of the Rothschild cards in the Louvre: some further considerations. 36/1/51-62.
Marziano da Tortona's Tractatus de deificatione sexdecim heroum: Part 1. 33/1/50-55.
Marziano da Tortona's Tractatus de deificatione sexdecim heroum: Part 2. 33/2/111-126.
The devil and the two of hearts. 37/2/126-141.
CALDWELL, Ross Sinclair, Thierry Depaulis, and Marco Ponzi.
Explaining the tarot: two Italian Renaissance essays on the meaning of the tarot pack. Reviewed by M. Dummett. 39/2/86-87.
CALDWELL, Ross Sinclair.
El Juego de naypes of Fernando de la Torre: a fifteenth-century Spanish card game. 39/1/35-56.
The proto-historiography of playing cards: early hypotheses and beliefs about the origins of cards and card games in Europe. 38/2/92-118.
CARD, John.
2005 W.C.M.P.C. Presentation Pack. 34/3/155-156.
CARDELLICCHIO, Cosimo.
Stoppa. 33/1/39-46.
CARDELLICCHIO, Cosimo and Fred Horn.
Array rummy game. 36/4/299-303.
CASS, Eddie.
Maurice Collett: 80 glorious years. 31/5/192-194.
CHEN, Fang.
A new card design from China. XXVIII/2/90-95.
CHRIST, Magdalene.
Herz ist Trumpf - Karten zum Spielen, Lernen, Wahrsagen. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 32/2/47.
CLAYS, Alex.
Aspects of Self playing-cards. 37/4/224-225.
Miniature cards from the 19th century. 38/1/27-39.
COLLETT, Maurice, Han Janssen and Kenneth Lodge.
The I.P.C.S. - forty years ago. 40/3/150-156.
COLLETT, Maurice.
Albert Field. 32/3/94.
Two Portuguese Insurrection packs. XXVIII/5/262-264.
Review of Swainsby's Illustrated catalogue of British brewery playing cards. 31/6/249.
COOPER, Michael.
A pack by Grimaud for the liner France. 34/2/137-139.
An early mention of playing-cards in Australia. 30/5/201.
Corrections to Cards of the Chitrashala Press - Part 2. 30/5/194.
Cotton in playing cards. XXIX/2/47.
De La Rue & Co. London and Paris decks. 34/1/65-67.
Deck or pack? XXVIII/3/108.
Editorial - Situation vacant. 31/2/54.
Editorial. 32/6/218.
Editorial. 34/3/150.
Editorial. 34/4/222.
IPCS British group meeting in Leicester. XXVIII/2/60.
Kendal Playing Card Sales - the last deal. 42/4/204.
Latvian playing-card artwork. 34/1/4-5.
Lorna Collett 1922-2006: a Founder Member of the I.P.C.S. 34/4/229.
Perry's washable cards. 35/4/212.
Playing-card manufacture in Germany in the 1880s. XXVIII/2/66-67.
Playing-card use in the USA in the 1920s. 36/3/165.
Political allegiances and Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee cards. XXVIII/2/62-63.
Robert Sherlaw-Johnson (1932-2000), obituary. XXIX/4/143.
Shirley Goodall. 33/1/15.
The manufacturing process of French-suited playing-cards before 1800. XXVIII/2/80-81.
The Modiano Prize (1998). XXVII/1/2.
The sale of second-hand playing-cards. XXIX/1/3-4.
The Wheelers - some unanswered questions. 31/3/98-99.
The Wheelers: a family of card makers and card forgers? 31/1/20-33.
U.S.P.C.C. taken over. 33/1/2-3.
Review of Betts' Tarot cards and the Millennium - the story of who's on the cards and why. XXVII/2/46-47.
Review of Depaulis' Cartiers Parisiens du XIXe siècle. XXVIII/1/12.
Review of Goodall's At the sign of the Talbot - John Lenthall's French and Dutch engraved cards. 45/2/113.
Review of Goodall's Goodall's: the family and firm 1820-1922. XXIX/5/208-209.
Review of Irwin's A collection of English playing cards associated with British royalty. 34/4/241-242.
Review of Watson's The Waddingtons story. 38/1/8-9.
COOPER, Michael and John Thorpe.
The competitions for the back design of the Worshipful Company of Playing-Card Makers presentation packs. XXIX/2/57-64.
COOPER, Michael and Ken Lodge.
Owen Jones (1809-1874): architect, decorative artist & designer of playing cards. 34/3/181-192.
COOPER, Michael and Michael Goodall.
Perilous times of nineteenth century playing-card makers in London. XXVII/4/158-164.
CORTEZ, Ana.
Playing card oracles. Reviewed by S. Wintle. 32/4/172
COUNIL, Jean-Louis.
Joint author. See Beauchêne, Gérard.
CREMERS, Filip.
André Kint, in memorium. 39/1/2.
In memorium Robert van Gool (1938-2012). 41/2/76.
Ivo de Cock passed away. 45/1/7.
CRESTIN-BILLET, Frédérique.
Collectible playing cards. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/1/14.
CRIPPA, Giuliano.
Alberto Milano 1947-2016. 45/1/6.
Carte da gioco del '700 nella Cappella Sistina. 34/1/58-59.
Illustrated backs of cards made in Milan. 42/2/83-91.
Milanese playing card drawings in the British Museum. 41/3/170-183.
CRIPPA, Giuliano and Gianna Paola Tomasina.
Le carte da gioco in Emilia e Romagna, secoli XVIII e XIX. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 36/2/94-95.
CUPPI, Lorenzo.
Tarocchino Bolognese: due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 1. 30/2/79-88.
Tarocchino Bolognese: due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 2. 30/4/186-192.
CURRIE, Glenn.
Review of Dawson's Hochman encyclopedia of American playing cards. XXIX/4/170-171.
DAHL, John.
Portugal playing card tax - Imposto do cartas de jogar. 39/1/18-33.
DARBYSHIRE, Neil.
19th century images of Chinese card players. 30/3/143-144.
British patents, design of and games with playing cards. Reviewed by M. Tregear. XXVII/5/186-187.
Desert island games. 39/3/154-158.
Dutch historical pack 1788. 41/1/47-49.
Joker collecting and manufacturers. 37/4/229-230.
Port books. 38/4/245-248.
DAWSON, Judy.
The IPCS Convention 2008. 37/2/81-82.
Joint-author. See Dawson, Tom
DAWSON, Tom.
Review of Goodall's An Anglo-American partnership. 34/4/222-223.
DAWSON, Tom and Judy Dawson.
Early cards of Bordeaux. 35/3/154-174.
Playing-cards of Canada. 30/1/19-32.
The Hochman encyclopedia of American playing cards. Reviewed by G. Currie. XXIX/4/170-171.
DECKER, Ron.
Number symbolism and the Tarot trumps. XXVII/5/192-193,202-207.
DECKER, Ronald and Michael Dummett.
A history of the occult tarot 1870-1970. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 31/1/49-51.
Amends to Athanasius Kircher. 31/2/82-83.
DE COCK, Ivo.
Belgian mystery pack. XXVII/6/227.
DÉCOURT, Cláudio Roberto Fernandes
Fancy conjuring playing cards: a new collecting fashion? 40/4/244-251.
IPCS President 2004. 33/2/62.
On the origin of styles: taxonomy and the evolution of the English pattern. 32/6/230-243.
DE GIORGIO, Nicola Antonio.
I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (1). 42/3/163-191.
I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (2). 42/4/237-258.
Playing cards and tarots in Naples, 15th-18th centuries. 34/2/101-110.
Un "Padovano" cartaro accusato di frode. 41/2/115-123.
DE GIORGIO, Nicola Antonio and Sergio Mastromarino.
La manifattura delle carte da gioco di Guglielmo Murari. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/2/85.
DEHAVILLAND, Caroll.
The Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 1887 ladies pack. 33/4/276-278.
DE LA RIVA, C. F.
New strategic card games. Reviewed by J. McLeod. 32/3/118.
DENNING, Trevor.
A two-handled cup painted with playing-cards. 34/1/3.
An enigmatic betrothal. 33/3/139.
Early Spanish playing cards. 35/1/5.
Naipes Gacela. 34/1/2.
Rocks in the landscape. XXIX/4/153-157.
Staff to leaf transformation in English cards. XXVII/4/120.
Review of Agudo Ruiz's Playing cards in Spain. XXIX/5/209-210.
Review of Museo Fournier's La toma del cielo y de la tierra. 31/6/248.
DENNING, Trevor and Joseph Schirò.
Maltese dragon cards. 30/1/33-42.
DEPAULIS, Thierry.
"Trionfi alla franciosa finite e non finiti" - le tarot en France avant 1500. 44/3/201-209.
A new Constitution. 36/4/234.
A presentation of the Gallica database (the BnF's digital library) and its playing-card contents. 44/1/17-26.
A sequel to Max Ruh's "Playing-card backs." 36/4/289-290.
Alain Borveau (1933-2002). 31/4/142-143.
Back to card backs: Rosart's tarotées. 37/3/159-161.
Cardmakers in Jindřichův Hradec (Czech Republic), formerly Neuhaus (Bohemia). 39/3/134-135.
Cards and cards: early references to playing cards in England. 41/3/165-169.
Cartiers Parisiens du XIXe siècle. Reviewed by M. Cooper. XXVIII/1/12.
Chairman's remarks. 34/2/82.
Dawson's game: blackjack and the Klondike. 38/4/238-244.
De Lisboa a Macáçar: um capítulo desconhecido das cartas portuguesas na Ásia. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/1/16.
Des "cartes communément appelées taraux" 1 ère partie. 32/5/199-205.
Des "cartes communément appelées taraux" 2 ème partie. 32/6/244-249.
Du piquet au whist: les marqueurs de jeu de cartes entre France et Grande-Bretagne. 36/2/129-143.
Early Italian lists of Tarot trumps. 36/1/39-50.
Embarrassing tiles: Mahjong and the Taipings. 35/3/148-153.
Entre farsa et barzelletta: jeux de cartes italiens autours de 1500. 37/2/89-102.
From the Chairman's desk. 32/6/219.
From the Chairman's desk. 33/3/138-139.
From the Chairman. 39/2/59-60.
From the Chairman. 36/1/2.
From the Chairman. 42/3/147.
From the Chairman. 36/3/163-164.
From the Chairman. 35/3/139.
From the Chairman. 36/4/231-233.
From the Chairman. 35/4/211.
Hidden treasures in the Musée du Petit Palais, Paris. 45/3/176-182.
Hoyle abroad, II: Hoyle in French. 43/4/220-236.
Iberian Triumphs worldwide (Playing the Game). 38/2/134-137.
Imprimait-on des cartes à jouer à Ferrare en 1436? 40/4/252-256.
IPCS subscriptions 2005-6. 33/4/218.
La première mention de la Scopa. XXVIII/3/152-153.
Le portrait de Pampelune. 38/1/20-26.
Le tarot révélé. Une histoire du tarot d'après les documents. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 42/2/81-82.
Les cartes de Marseille au Mexique au début du XVIIIe siècle. 31/4/173-174.
Marie-Claude Atger-Ravel (1929-2015), obituary. 44/3/152.
Marimba…without mallets (Playing the Game). 40/1/58-64.
Michael Cooper, a tribute. 35/1/4.
Petite histoire du poker. Reviewed by J. McLeod. 37/1/18-19.
Photographic pack. 45/3/171-172.
Playing cards in Rome - 15th-17th centuries. 36/3/205-211.
Portraits en Espagne avant 1800: le Portrait de Valence. XXIX/6/230-243.
Portraits standard en Turquie au XIXe siècle. 30/5/222-244.
Taking the Chair, IPCS Chairman. 32/4/130.
The Tarot de Marseille - facts and fallacies. Part I. 42/1/23-43.
The Tarot of Marseille - facts and fallacies. Part II. 42/2/101-120.
Tokens for Whist. Part I: Hoyle's method of scoring and other Whist counters. 39/3/163-184.
Tokens for Whist. Part II: from simple to quadruple. 39/4/199-217.
Two fifteenth-century Italian cards. 38/4/264-270.
Un marqueur de tressette? (ou "La Constance l'emporte"…). 43/3/140-149.
Very old wrappers. 35/2/111-114.
When (and how) did tarot reach Germany? 39/2/64-79.
Joint author. See Beauchêne, Gérard.
Joint-author. See Caldwell, Ross Sinclair.
Joint-author. See Berry, John.
Review of A todos alumbra: el semblante inédito de Finale… 39/2/88-89.
Review of Berti's Storia dei tarocchi: verità e leggende sulle carte più misteriose del mondo. 36/1/17-20.
Review of Crippa and Tomasina's Le carte da gioco in Emilia e Romagna, secoli XVIII e XIX. 36/2/94-95.
Review of Dummett and McLeod's A history of games played with the tarot pack. Supplement. 38/1/9-13.
Review of Eberhard's Die Spielkartensteuer in der Schweiz / La taxe sur les cartes à jouer en Suisse. 40/3/166-167.
Review of Endebrock's Spielkarten in Hannover. 38/3/148-149.
Review of Frazão's Fontes para a história dos jogos em Portugal. 41/4/214-215.
Review of Frazão's História das cartas de jogar em Portugal e da Real Fábrica de cartas de Lisboa do séc. XV até à actualidade. 39/2/90-92.
Review of Garrigue's Cardmaking in Perpignan, 1380-1885. 40/3/168-169.
Review of Gnaccolini's Il segreto dei segreti: i tarocchi Sola Busca … 41/3/148-150.
Review of Gorges' L'histoire de Nintendo, Vol.1: 1889-1980 - des cartes à jouer aux Game & Watch. 37/2/87-88.
Review of Husband's The world in play: luxury playing cards. 44/4/246-247.
Review of Nadin's Giochi prohibiti: bandi contro il gioco scolpiti sui muri di Venezia. 39/1/8-9.
Review of Palasi's Jeux de cartes et de l'oie héraldiques aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. 30/1/6-7.
Review of Reisinger's Von Lyon nach Wien: die Entstehung des Wiener Bildes. XXIX/3/93-94.
Review of Sánchez and Sarrà's Naips. L'origen: una proximació. 40/1/7-11.
Review of Tamborini's Girolamo Cardano. Liber de ludo aleae. 36/2/96-98.
DEPAULIS, Thierry and Jac Fuchs.
First steps of bridge in the west: Collinson's "Biritch." 32/2/67-76.
DEPAULIS, Thierry and John McLeod.
Prof. Sir Michael Dummett (27 June 1925-27 December 2011). 40/3/144-148.
DE RYCK, Christian.
October in Toronto. 38/2/132-133.
Report from the 2012 Convention in Issy-les-Moulineaux. 41/2/78-80.
Report from the Convention in Malmö. 40/2/77-79.
The ASESCOIN Convention - Seville 2005. 34/2/99.
Review of Rotenberg's Stacked decks - the art and history of erotic playing cards. 36/4/241.
DE VOOGT, Alex.
Maldivian card games: rules, language and history. 37/3/186-194.
The Rawandan appropriation of a Portuguese game: amaturufu and ibigurasha. 41/4/254-259.
ǂXànúsì as played by the Ju|’hoansi in |Xae|xae, Botswana (Playing the Game). 44/4/249-254.
DEWART, Marc.
La marque dans la famille des jeux hollandais de bel-bruyten. 39/2/103-115.
DÍAZ-MAROTO, Francisco Mendoza.
Hallazgos de barajas antiguas españolas. 34/4/269-284.
DICK, William B.
Dick's games of patience or solitaire with cards. Reviewed by J. McLeod. 34/2/98.
DOLEYSCH, Kurt and Hans Kunz.
Das Grosstarockbuch - vom XXer. Rufen zum Grosstarock Modern und Trischaken. Reviewed by J. McLeod. 35/2/86-87.
DUMMETT, Michael.
48-card packs in Italy. 33/1/24-26.
A brief sketch of the history of tarot cards (Sylvia Mann Lecture 2004). 33/4/236-246.
How little we know: a new hypothesis for the origin of the Portuguese type. 31/1/13-16.
I tarocchi Siciliani. Reviewed by A. Milano. 31/5/189-190.
Letter to the Editor. 31/2/81.
Six XV-century tarot cards: who painted them? Reviewed by P. Endebrock 36/3/165-166.
Tarot cartomancy in Bologna. 32/2/79-88.
The introduction of playing cards into Europe. 34/4/226.
The Sicilian trumps. 33/3/156-160.
The Sicilian trumps. 33/2/127-131.
Where do the Virtues go? 32/4/165-167.
Joint-author. See Decker, Ronald.
Review of Caldwell, Depaulis, and Ponzi's Explaining the tarot: two Italian Renaissance essays on the meaning of the tarot pack. 39/2/86-87.
Review of Jensen's The story of the Waite-Smith Tarot. 35/3/205-206.
Review of Vitali and Zanetti's Il tarocchino di Bologna: storia, iconografia, divinazione dal XV al XX secolo. 34/2/90-92.
DUMMETT, Michael and John McLeod.
A history of games played with the tarot pack. Reviewed by D. Parlett. 33/1/11-13.
A history of games played with the tarot pack. Supplement. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 38/1/9-13.
DUQUETTE, Lon Milo.
Understanding Aleister Crowley's Thoth tarot. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 32/6/253-254.
EBASHI, Takashi.
Illustrated book of the Mahjong Museum. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXIX/2/53-54.
EBERHARD, Balz.
Die Spielkartensteuer in der Schweiz / La taxe sur les cartes à jouer en Suisse. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 40/3/166-167.
Golden Patience - a new pack of cards from Moehsnang. XXVIII/3/154-156.
EDTMAIER, Bernadette.
Joint-author. See Buland, Rainer.
EIFF, Adolf.
Die "quarten" aus dem Hennegau. 34/4/246-248.
EISCHEN, Daniel and Jean Welter
The "Maacher Kulturhuef." XXVIII/4/202-205.
ENDEBROCK, Peter.
2008 Convention Amsterdam The Netherlands September 5-7, 2008. 36/4/235-238.
A second view at the Convention 2013. 42/2/77-78.
A transformation playing-card drawing. 42/4/205-206.
Bube Dame König/Talon joint meeting 2001. 30/1/12-13.
Bumblepuppy. 41/3/163.
Card games on poster stamps (Playing the Game). 43/1/51-55.
Comment on Argentinean tax stamps. 33/4/226-227.
From the Editor. 35/2/78.
From the Editor. 35/4/210.
From the Editor. 36/3/162.
From the Editor. 36/1/2.
From the Editor. 36/4/230.
From the Editor. 36/2/74-75.
From the Editor. 42/3/146.
From the Editor. 35/1/2-3.
Gieses Spillekort. 43/3/127-128.
Hand-pointed Whist markers. 41/1/43-44.
Herzlich willkommen in Wien: the BDK/Talon meeting 2000. XXIX/1/8-9.
IPCS Convention 2016 in Prague. 45/2/106-107.
Klaus Thiel 1942-2015. 44/1/5.
More about washable cards. 35/4/213-214.
One of a kind. 43/3/129-131.
One of a kind. 44/3/185-187.
Otto Spalinger - an artist and his playing-cards. 43/4/217-219.
Playing-card taxes in New Zealand. 44/3/210-219.
Playing-card taxes in Uruguay. 39/2/80-85.
Playing-cards from Goslar. XXVIII/6/302-311.
Poker cards - deviations from the standard. 43/2/95-104.
Rabouge - history, rules, cards. 34/4/248-254.
Spielkarten in Hannover. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 38/3/148-149.
Talon/BDK meeting 1998. XXVII/1/3-4.
Talon/BDK meeting 2003. 32/2/45-46.
Talon/BDK meeting 2005. 34/1/7-8.
Talon/BDK meeting 2007. 35/4/220-221.
Taxes on playing-cards in the Republic of San Marino. 38/1/60-62.
The 2006 I.P.C.S. Convention in Issy-les-Moulineaux. 35/2/94-95.
The 2015 IPCS Convention in Turnhout. 44/2/87-88.
The Albert "Cap" Field collection. 37/3/154-155.
The BDK/Talon meeting 2002. 31/1/8-9.
The BDK/Talon meeting 2004. 33/1/16.
The BDK/Talon meeting 2006. 35/1/19.
The Berlin Convention 2014. 43/2/72-74.
The Field collection - answers. 37/4/213-215.
The IPCS Convention 2008. 37/2/82-83.
Thomas Zeuner 1939-2016. 45/1/7.
Transformation playing-cards after William Hogarth. 42/4/206-207.
Two trompe-l'oeils with playing cards. 40/1/33-37.
Undescribed standard patterns. 36/4/239.
Whist markers with a hand pointer. 40/4/218.
Joint-author. See Radau, Sigmar.
Review of Alscher's Tarock: mein einziges Vergnügen. 32/2/47.
Review of Biebouw's Let's play. Belgische speelkaarten 1770-1970. Collectie Luc Biebouw. 43/1/29.
Review of Blaas' "Welli & Co" Spielkarten aus Alt-Tirol 1750-1900. XXVII/2/46.
Review of Büchler and Schultz's Mit offenen Karten. Alte Spielkarten aus dem Augustinermuseum in Freiburg und aus Privatsammlungen. 33/1/9.
Review of Christ's Herz ist Trumpf - Karten zum Spielen, Lernen, Wahrsagen. 32/2/47.
Review of Crestin-Billet's Collectible playing cards. 34/1/14.
Review of De Giorgio and Mastromarino's La manifattura delle carte da gioco di Guglielmo Murari. 35/2/85.
Review of Depaulis' De Lisboa a Macáçar: um capítulo desconhecido das cartas portuguesas na Ásia. 37/1/16.
Review of Depaulis' Le tarot révélé. Une histoire du tarot d'après les documents. 42/2/81-82.
Review of Dummett's Six XV-century tarot cards: who painted them? 36/3/165-166.
Review of Grigorenko's Russian playing cards: history and style. 44/1/28.
Review of Grimm's Schloss- und Spielkartenmuseum Altenburg. 34/3/158-159.
Review of Hens' Verspielte Tugend - spielbares Laster. 33/2/90.
Review of Hjalmar's Cartes à jouer. Des objets qui racontent l'Histoire. 36/3/172.
Review of Jánoska and Horváth's Kártya - Játék - Szerencse/Spielkarten -Kartenspiel - Spielglück. 35/3/206-207.
Review of Jerremalm's Playing-cards from the Nordic countries until c 1950. 40/2/84.
Review of Kaschel's Mecklenburger Spielkarten: (k)eine alltägliche Kulturgeschichte. 45/2/114.
Review of Kaschel's Stralsunder Spielkarten 1765 - 1931. 44/1/27.
Review of Kaschel's Stralsunder Spielkarten 1872 - 1931. 30/4/150.
Review of Kranich and Leifer's Das Fränkische Bild. 37/1/20.
Review of Kranich's Das Preußische Bild 2. 36/1/20-21.
Review of Kranich, Radau and Schlede's Schwerdter Karten. Band 1. 37/4/220-221.
Review of Kranich, Radau and Schlede's Schwerdter Karten. Band 2. 38/3/146.
Review of Lubliner's Playing cards in photographs. 43/1/26.
Review of Marotta's Sellados e impuestos en naipes Argentinos 1892-1968. 36/4/241-242.
Review of Matthes' Mit offenen Karten - Sammlung Gerd Matthes. 37/4/222-223.
Review of Mētra's Latvijas kartis / Latvian playing card book. 35/3/204.
Review of Mētra's Latvijas kartis/Latvian playing card book. Supplement. 40/4/213.
Review of Peterhof State Museum Preserve's Playing cards - the collection of Alexander Perelman, new accessions: 2000-02. 34/1/14-15.
Review of Petri's ASS nach 1945. Spielkarten Band 15. 34/1/17.
Review of Petri's Die Berliner Spielkarten GmbH. Spielkarten Band 13. 31/5/190-191.
Review of Radau and Kranich's Das Schwäbische Bild. 45/1/22.
Review of Radau and Kranich's Die Spielkartenfabrik Sutor in Naumburg. 36/4/291.
Review of Radau and Kranich's Spielkarten aus Kempten und Schwaben. 40/1/5-6.
Review of Radau and Matthes' Deutsche Spielkarten 1650 - 1900. 30/4/149.
Review of Radau's Die Familie Hauck: Kartenmaler in Frankfurt am Main. 45/1/21.
Review of Radau's Die Spielkartensteuer in Kursachsen und im Königreich Sachsen. 37/4/222.
Review of Radau's Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 1. Frühe Spiele - das Lyoner Bild. 41/4/213.
Review of Radau's Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 2. Das Pariser Bild 1; Band 3. Das Pariser Bild 2. 42/3/196-197.
Review of Radau's Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 4. Das Berliner Bild 1. 43/2/81.
Review of Radau's Kartenmacher und Spielkartensteuer im Herzogtum Hanau und im Großherzogtum Frankfurt. 39/4/218.
Review of Radau's Kartenmacher und Spielkartensteuer im Königreich Preußen. Band 1. 18. Jahrhundert. 38/3/147.
Review of Radau's Spielkarten aus Weimar. Spielkartensteuer und Kartenmacher. 35/1/9.
Review of Ruh et al's Schweizer Spielkarten 2: das Tarockspiel in der Schweiz. 33/3/144-145.
Review of Sachs and Radau's "Gottes Segen liegt bei Cohn." Die Geschichte der Spielkarten in Schlesien. 35/2/84-85.
Review of Schaider's Eroticism on playing cards? Volume VII. 37/1/17.
Review of Schultz and Büchler's Alte Spielkarten. Seltene Kartenspiele aus drei Privatsammlungen. 34/2/96-97.
Review of Schultz and Büchler's Die Spielkarten des Industrie Comptoirs in Leipzig. 36/3/173.
Review of Schultz and Büchler's Fetscher Kartenmacher in München. 42/2/79.
Review of Schultz and Büchler's Göbl, Kartenmacher in München. 44/3/154.
Review of Schultz and Büchler's Hamburger Spielkarten. 37/4/221.
Review of Schultz and Stolzenburg's Dondorfs Spielkartten - ein Bilderbuch. 45/2/104.
Review of Schultz's Kriegsspielkarten. 39/1/11.
Review of Schultz's Schauspiel Literatur Malerei Musik auf Spielkarten. 40/2/95.
Review of Schultz's Spielkarten. Die Spielkarten des Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg. 42/2/80-81.
Review of Shaw and Symons' Playing-cards from the factory C. L. Wüst Frankfurt a. M. (1811-1927). 34/2/97-98.
Review of Stadler, Blaas and Krauland's "Südspiel-Karten." Sonderheft zu Talon no. 12. 32/2/47-48.
Review of Stolzenburg's "Baronesse." Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Salon- und Luxuskarten mit französischen Farben. 43/1/27-28.
Review of Stolzenburg's Das Rheinische Bild. Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Standardbilder mit französischen Farben. Band 2. 42/1/12.
Review of Stolzenburg's Das Württembergische Bild. 38/4/234.
Review of Stolzenburg's Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Standardbilder mit französischen Farben. Band 1. 40/1/6.
Review of Stolzenburg's Von Sofadamen und Löwenschultern: die Spielkartenfabriken Frommann in Darmstadt. 41/1/23-24.
Review of Strouhal, Zollinger and Felderer's Spiele der Stadt : Glück, Gewinn und Zeitvertreib. 41/4/212.
Review of Tanner's Great Britain playing card tax wrappers 1883-1960. 36/1/16-17.
Review of Thiel's Schwarzer Peter: Verlage und Spiele 1840-1930. 43/4/186.
Review of Topfield's The art of play: board and card games of India. 35/3/207-208.
Review of Van Diggele'sKleine kaartjes, grote verhalen - Small cards, great stories - Petites cartes, grandes histoires - Kleine Karten, große Geschichten. 34/2/96.
Review of Verame's Les très beaux objects du jeu. 43/3/116.
Review of Volumes 6 to 9 of Franz Braun's series Spielkarten. XXVIII/2/70-71.
Review of Weberpals' Spielkarten und 'cartenmacher' in Ansbach. 30/1/6.
Review of Werfel's Kultur- und Technikgeschichte der Spielkartenherstellung. 30/5/198-199.
Review of Wörner's Die Dame im Spiel. 39/3/130.
ENDEBROCK, Peter and Michael Goodall.
Playing-cards in New Zealand. 44/4/241.
ENDEBROCK, Peter and Sigmar Radau.
Spielkarten aus dem Historischen Museum Frankfurt am Main - eine Auswahl. Reviewed by K. Schultz. 43/1/28-29.
Spielkarten aus Goslar. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/4/190-191.
ERNESTUS, Rolf-Dieter.
Report from the Convencaò de Lisboa. 39/2/60-63.
FABER, Marion.
Joint-author. See Schwarz, Helmut.
FEINDURA, Helmut.
Belgian mystery pack - still a mystery! XXVIII/3/110.
Restoration of playing cards. 41/2/138-141.
FELDERER, Brigitte.
Joint-author. See Strouhal, Ernst.
FERG, Alan, Virginia Wayland and Harold Wayland.
Recognizing a nineteenth-century Apache playing card artist: The Tonto naipero. 36/2/100-120.
FERG, Alan.
Naipes Gacela. 33/4/223.
Joint-author. See Wayland, Virginia.
FERRO TORRELLES, Victor.
Los impuestos sobre los naipes en los reinos de España, entrega 1. XXVII/5/208-217.
Los impuestos sobre los naipes en los reinos de España, entrega 2. XXVII/6/254-267.
On the award of the 1999 Modiano Prize. XXVIII/4/159.
FIELD, Albert.
Printing methods used in the manufacture of playing-cards. 37/3/176-178.
FINKEL, Irvin.
Joint-author. See Mackenzie, Colin.
FIORINI, Cristina.
I tarocchi della Collezione Rothschild al Louvre: nuove proposte di lettura. 35/1/52-63.
FIORITO, Giuliano.
The Trumps on the Casa Rella frescoes. XXVI/4/121-125.
FLORES, Carol A. Hrvol.
Winning hearts and minds: the theory behind the playing-card backs designed by Owen Jones. 39/4/219-225.
FOURNIER PLAYING CARD MUSEUM OF ALAVA
Exposición: tarots de ayer y de hoy/Exhibition: tarots of yesterday and today. Reviewed by S. Wintle. 34/3/159.
FRAZÃO, Fernanda.
Fontes para a história dos jogos em Portugal. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 41/4/214-215.
História das cartas de jogar em Portugal e da Real Fábrica de cartas de Lisboa do séc. XV até à actualidade. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 39/2/90-92.
FUCHS, Jac.
Joint-author. See Depaulis,Thierry .
GALT, David, Robert L. Keeney III and Steve Mortz.
A rare 1909 American Russian political pack. 30/5/202-211.
GALT, David.
Joint-author. See Montague, Joel.
GARDINER, Mary and John Hayter.
The catalog of happy family games. Part one and Part two. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/5/228-229.
The catalog of happy family games. Promotional packs. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/1/12-13.
GARRIGUE, Jean-Pierre.
Cardmaking in Perpignan, 1380-1885. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 40/3/168-169.
La carte à jouer en Catalogne: XIVe & XVe siècles. Reviewed by W. Haas. 44/2/96-100.
The playing card in Perpignan, from the 14th to the 19th century. 41/2/133-137.
GEISER, Remigius.
Joint-author. See McLeod, John.
GETZ, Hava.
Playing-card ephemera. XXVII/3/92-95.
GNACCOLINI, Laura Paola.
Il segreto dei segreti: i tarocchi Sola Busca e la cultura ermetico-alchemica tra Marche e Veneto alla fine del Quattrocento. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 41/3/148-150.
GOODALL, Michael, Sue Gosling and Keith Bonnick.
Playing-cards of the Cuming Museum: English pattern cards and artefacts. 31/6/253-261.
Playing-cards of the Cuming Museum: other European patterns. 32/2/59-66.
GOODALL, Michael.
2004 Convention: Schaffhausen. 33/2/67.
A 19th century glossary of playing-card terms. XXIX/4/149-152.
A loving-cup decorated with playing cards. 33/4/219-220.
A Phoenix arises. XXIX/1/43-44.
Alf Cooke Ltd: printer and playing-card maker. 31/4/157-170.
An AngloAmerican partnership: Victor E. Mauger & Charles Goodall & Son. Reviewed by T. Dawson. 35/4/222-223.
At the sign of the Talbot - John Lenthall's French and Dutch engraved cards. Reviewed by M. Cooper. 45/2/113.
Barry Davies - the quiet collector. 40/4/216-217.
Bicycle playing-cards in Canada. XXVIII/2/65-66.
De La Rue's sticky business in Surrey. 31/1/17-19.
Early cardmakers in Scotland. 34/1/23-25.
French playing card manufacture in the 1890s. 36/2/83-84.
Goodall's Royal Masonic Playing Cards: a very rare pack. 33/1/47-49.
Goodall's: the family and firm 1820-1922. Reviewed by M. Cooper. XXIX/5/208-209.
Isle of Man souvenir packs - a mystery solved. 43/1/19.
John Kirk - an 18th century card maker. 34/4/244-245.
Millenium pack from The Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards. XXIX/4/141-142.
Minor British playing card makers of the nineteenth century. Volume 4. James English & Company; Peerless Card Company. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/1/12-13.
Rock Brothers and Payne - a Victorian stationer and playing-card maker. XXVIII/6/296-301.
Tarabish. 35/3/199-202.
The Fennell series of Irish Heroic & Historic playing cards. 37/3/169-175.
The origin of the first English Joker: an Anglo-American partnership. XXIX/6/244-246.
Tracing Bamford - an elusive playing card maker. 41/2/90-91.
Vanity Fair. XXVII/4/124-125.
William Taunton and the game of Zetema. 34/3/208-211.
Joint-author. See Endebrock, Peter. 44/4/241.
Joint-author. See Berry, John.
Joint-author. See Cooper, Michael.
Joint-author. See Thorpe, John.
Review of Berry's The Waddington playing-card collection. Volume 1. 34/3/159-160.
Review of Lodge's The standard English pattern. 2nd revised and enlarged edition. 39/2/89-90.
Review of Patterson's "It's a wrap" - U. S. revenue stamps used on playing cards 1862-1883. 32/4/172.
GORDHANDAS, Kishor.
A 19th century hand-painted French-suited pack from Oglewadi. 32/5/182-184.
A nineteenth century Kurnol Dashavatara Ganjifa pack. XXVIII/6/284-287, 294.
An early 20th century pack of French suited cards by Narayan Ramachandra Kelkar. 34/1/19-20.
Arundhati and Saptarishis (Seven Sages) - 96 card Moghul Ganjifa. 37/1/21-28.
Cards of the Chitrashala Press - Part 2. 30/4/166-172.
Chamundeshwari Chad. 38/4/257-263.
Dasamahavidyas - the ten Mahavidyas. 37/4/231-238.
General rules for playing a four-handed Moghul Ganjifa card game with 96 cards. 31/2/79-80.
Indian Ganjifa cards in the Hasta Shilpa Village, Manipal, Karnataka, S. India. 37/3/156-157.
Playing-cards of the Chitrashala Press - Part 1. 30/3/132-138.
Tuppi: Lapland's national game. 31/5/218.
Twelve-suited 144 cards Gul aur Bulbul Ganjifa. 39/3/148-153.
GORDHANDAS, Panna K.
Kishor Gordhandas, obituary. 39/1/2.
GORGES, Florent.
L'histoire de Nintendo, Vol.1: 1889-1980 - des cartes à jouer aux Game & Watch. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 37/2/87-88.
GOSHAWK, Evelyn.
Royal finery on playing cards. 41/3/193-197.
GOSLING, Sue
Joint-author. See Goodall, Michael.
GRAEFRATH, Bernd.
More of Carta Mundi's Millenium mysteries. XXIX/4/142.
GRIGORENKO, Evgeny.
A survey of Russian playing-card publications. 34/1/52-57.
Four Russian playing-card packs. 43/4/207-216.
Playing-cards of academician Sharleman. 36/4/274-285.
Russian playing cards: history and style. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 44/1/28.
The "Hunting Pack" made by Mihály Zichy. 35/4/240-247.
The first playing-card museum in Russia. 36/2/86-87.
Review of Lesnoy's Igorniy Dom (Playing card house). 34/4/242-243.
Review of Petrov's The big explanatory - encyclopedic gambling dictionary. 36/2/99.
GRIMM, Horst H.
Schloss- und Spielkartenmuseum Altenburg. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/3/158-159.
GURR, Adrienne.
Tall oaks from little acorns grow… the early history of the IPCS. XXVIII/4/160-162.
HAAG, Sabine.
Spiel!: pastimes in the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Reviewed by W. Altfahrt. 45/3/129-130.
HAAS, Walter.
A kind of answer to Ken Lodge. 41/4/251-253.
From Italy to France and back again: some observations on bassette-cards. 44/1/38-42.
On types, patterns and standards. 40/4/227-239.
Walter Scharff - the fate of an unorthodox maker of playing cards. 42/1/44-64.
Was there a "Portrait de Nice"? 37/3/179-185.
Review of Garrigue's La carte à jouer en Catalogne: XIVe & XVe siècles. 44/2/96-100.
Review of Hausler's Trommler und Pfeifer - die Geschichte der bayerischen Spielkarten. 39/1/7-8.
Review of Pérez's Los naipes de Cádiz. 44/4/243-246.
Review of Radau's Die Kartenmacherfamilie Backofen in Nürnberg. XXVI/4/141-142.
HAUSLER, Manfred.
A pack of cards from Great Columbia. 40/4/214-215.
A playing-card discovery in Schongau (Bavaria). 33/4/269-275.
From Schongau to Saint Petersburg: Bavarian playing-card patterns and their relatives. 35/2/96-110.
Trommler und Pfeifer - die Geschichte der bayerischen Spielkarten. Reviewed by W. Haas. 39/1/7-8.
HAWES, Rhonda.
One of a kind. 45/1/31-34.
Thomas Commerford Dawson January 26, 1937-March 22, 2016. 44/4/232.
HAYTER, John.
Mary Gardiner. 31/2/56.
Taking the "waters of Ambert" too literally: a very early advertising deck. XXVIII/2/82-83.
Joint-author. See Gardiner, Mary.
HENS, Heinrich.
Verspielte Tugend - spielbares Laster. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 33/2/90.
HINRUP, Hans J.
Iraqi most wanted. 44/2/130-133.
L. P. Holmblad - Danish playing card maker: the tarok packs. 31/5/202-215.
One of a kind: Royal Hearts. 45/2/110-111.
Playing cards in the Danish church. 40/2/85-92.
The Holmblad playing card patterns. 33/4/247-262.
HJALMAR.
Cartes à jouer. Des objets qui racontent l'Histoire. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/3/172.
HODGSON, Leslie.
1691 Scottish Peers' heraldic playing cards. 42/1/16-18.
HOFFMANN, Detlef.
Ein Netzwerk von Bildern (A network of pictures). XXVI/6/216-222.
Schweizer Spielkarten 1. Die Anfänge im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/2/72-74.
HOPEWELL, Jeff.
A visit to Sawantwadi. XXVII/2/69-72.
An unusual Hindu pack of cards. XXVII/1/28-29.
Further notes on the playing-cards of Sawantwadi. XXVII/4/122.
Grazer Tarock. XXIX/2/47.
Kishor Gordhandas' article "A 19th century hand-painted French-suited pack from Oglewadi." 33/2/63.
Komi and Nakash - two gambling games of Orissa. 35/1/67-68.
Modern Chinese character cards. 31/6/273-277.
More of Carta Mundi's Millenium mysteries. XXIX/4/142.
Rendez-vous at Issy, 23-25 October. XXVII/3/76-77.
The extended dasavatara packs of Orissa. 31/2/69-78.
HORN, Fred.
Joint-author. See Cardellicchio, Cosimo.
HORVÁTH, Ferenc.
Joint-author. See Jánoska, Antal.
Joint-author. See Bedõ, József.
HUDSON, Tom.
Hudson Industries - an Australian playing card maker. 42/4/215-216.
HUETS, Jean.
Joint-author. See Kaplan, Stuart R.
HUNT, William.
The heraldic crosses of the 2000 Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards pack. 31/4/171-172.
HUSBAND, Timothy B.
The world in play: luxury playing cards. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 44/4/246-247.
HUSON, Paul.
Mystical origins of the tarot. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 33/1/10-11.
The derivation of the word tuman. 30/4/146.
IRWIN, Mark.
A collection of English playing cards associated with British royalty. Reviewed by M. Cooper. 34/4/241-242.
The 1890 Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards pack for the summer Ladies Dinner. 34/1/60-61.
JÁNOSKA, Antal.
A Magyar Kártya/Die Ungarische Karte. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVI/6/198-199.
Tarokk . Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/1/10-11.
Joint-author. See Bedő, József.
JÁNOSKA, Antal and Ferenc Horváth.
Kártya - Játék - Szerencse/Spielkarten -Kartenspiel - Spielglück. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/3/206-207.
JANSSEN, Han.
A new playing card factory in the Netherlands. 32/5/185-186.
Society profiles No. 1: Han Janssen. XXVI/4/144-145.
The 14th century and the introduction of playing cards into Europe. 34/3/173-180.
The introduction of playing cards into Europe. 34/4/226.
Joint-author. See Collett, Maurice.
JENSEN, K. Frank.
A century with the Waite-Smith tarot (and all the others…). 38/3/217-222.
A letter to the new and former Editor. 35/2/80-81.
French suited tarot packs in Denmark and the Jacob Holmblad animal tarot. 36/3/180-189.
Holmblad: the designs and law suits. 31/6/242-243.
International Tarot Society. 32/3/95.
Letter to the Editor (and to the Chairman). 37/1/10-12.
Letter to the Editor. 36/2/81-82.
Royalty on Danish playing cards. 32/1/24-32.
Tarot reviews. 33/3/149-155.
Tarot reviews: the Miss Cleo scandal. 32/1/4-6.
The early Waite-Smith tarot editions. 34/1/26-50.
The story of the Waite-Smith Tarot. Reviewed by M. Dummett. 35/3/205-206.
Thoughts on the auction of "Historic cards and games from the collection of Stuart R. and Marilyn Kaplan." 35/1/15-16.
Joint-author. See Wintle, Simon.
Review of Akron's Crowley Tarot Führer. 36/4/292-294.
Review of Berti and McElroy's Twenty years of tarot - The Lo Scarabeo story 1987-2007. 36/3/174-175.
Review of Bittrich's Das Gummibärchen Tarot. 31/5/199.
Review of Decker and Dummett's A history of the occult tarot 1870-1970. 31/1/49-51.
Review of DuQuette's Understanding Aleister Crowley's Thoth tarot. 32/6/253-254.
Review of Huson's Mystical origins of the tarot. 33/1/10-11.
Review of Kaplan and Huets' The encyclopedia of tarot. Volume IV. 34/2/92-96.
Review of Knüpfer's "Schriftenreihe Spielkarten" Band 14: Spielkarten aus und für Russland. 33/2/89-90.
Review of Knüpfer's "Schriftenreihe Spielkarten" Band 16: Vom Balticum zum Balkan. 33/2/89-90.
Review of Mackenzie and Finkel's Asian games - the art of the contest. 34/4/240-241.
Review of Opsopaus' Pythagorean tarot. 31/4/148-150.
Review of Place's Tarot of the saints. 31/4/148-150.
Review of Schaider's Eroticism on playing cards. Volume V. 32/2/48-49.
Review of Schaider's Eroticism on playing cards. Volume VI. 34/1/15-17.
Review of Williams' Ship of fools tarot. 31/5/198-199.
JERREMALM, Ali.
Playing-cards from the Nordic countries until c 1950. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 40/2/84.
The Soldier's Prayerbook gave rise to a press-law suit in 1779. 39/4/234-237.
To the memory of K Frank Jensen 1933-2016. 45/3/120.
KAPLAN, Stuart R.
Journey to St. Petersburg: a new playing card museum. 36/3/insert.
KAPLAN, Stuart R. and Jean Huets.
The encyclopedia of tarot. Volume IV. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 34/2/92-96.
KASCHEL, Wilfried.
"Made from PW" - ein handgemachtes Internationales Bild. XXVII/6/252-253.
Mecklenburger Spielkarten: (k)eine alltägliche Kulturgeschichte. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 45/2/114.
Stralsunder Spielkarten 1765 - 1931. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 44/1/27.
Stralsunder Spielkarten 1872 - 1931. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 30/4/150.
The Stralsund single-faced pattern. 36/1/30-38.
KEENEY, Robert L., III.
Joint-author. See Galt, David.
KISSEL, Robert.
Louis Orzak. 32/4/131.
Preliminary Convention 2000 schedule. XXVIII/6/266-267.
The 2000 Convention - further information. XXVIII/5/256.
The joint IPCS/ASESCOIN Convention September 2001. 30/3/116-117.
Your president cracks his whip. XXVII/4/118-119.
KLECZEK, Marian.
Cracow playing-card manufacturers in modern times. XXIX/1/38-42.
KLOBUŠICKÝ, Jan.
Trappola was invented by Trapolin. 45/3/161-164.
KNÜPFER, Ulrich.
"Schriftenreihe Spielkarten" Band 14: Spielkarten aus und für Russland. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 33/2/89-90.
"Schriftenreihe Spielkarten" Band 16: Vom Balticum zum Balkan. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 33/2/89-90.
KÖGER, Annette R.
Some remarks on the relationship between church and card game (Part 2). 35/4/226-236.
Some remarks on the relationship between church and card game. 35/3/175-189.
KÖHLER, Heinz.
World War I and card playing as shown on forces' postcards. 40/2/104-108.
KRANICH, Jürgen F.
Das Preußische Bild 2. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/1/20-21.
Joint-author. See Radau, Sigmar.
Joint-author. See Buland, Rainer.
KRANICH, Jürgen F., Sigmar Radau and Stefan Schlede.
Schwerdter Karten. Band 1. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/4/220-221.
Schwerdter Karten. Band 2. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 38/3/146.
KRANICH, Jürgen F. and Christoph Leifer.
Das Fränkische Bild. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/1/20.
KRAULAND, Elfriede.
Joint-author. See Stadler, Harald.
KRÜGER, Michael.
A Latvian patience playing card pack. 32/5/180-181.
KRUMBEIN, Ernst.
German flower quartet games. 30/2/69-78.
Quartet games and their history. 37/2/103-123.
KUROMIYA, Kimihiko.
A note on the history of Cuccù. 39/4/232-233.
Dai Fugô (Playing the Game). 37/3/197-199.
Gnav in Germany (Playing the Game). 43/4/237-238.
Kakkuri: the last Yomi game of Japan. 33/4/232-235.
Page One. 37/1/55-57.
Seven Bridge. 36/1/65-66.
Review of Yamaguchi's Saigo no Yomi-karuta (The last Yomi-karuta). 34/3/160-161.
LADD, Mark.
Lady Charlotte Schreiber: card collector extraordinary. 33/4/228-230.
Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards ladies packs. 34/2/83.
Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards: the 2004 Master's Cards. 33/3/140-141.
LADERMAN, Julian.
Nineteenth century Duplicate Whist playing card holders. 43/3/161-172.
LEDEN, Ido.
Comments to the article "Playing the Game: card games on poster stamps." 43/2/88-91.
LEIFER, Christoph.
Joint-author. See Kranich, Jürgen F.
LE POGAM, Pierre-Yves
Entre tarot et jeux de cour: une carte à jouer italienne. 33/1/27-38.
LESNOY, Dmitriy.
Igorniy Dom (Playing card house). Reviewed by E. Grigorenko. 34/4/242-243.
Igorny Dom [The Gambling House]. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/3/84-85.
LHÔTE, Jean-Marie.
Martin Le Franc et les Tarots Visconti. 30/4/152-160.
LISE, Giorgio.
I giochi di carta/card games. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/3/86.
LO, Andrew.
Pan Zhiheng's "Xu Yezi Pu" (sequel to a Manual of Leaves) - Part 1. 31/5/221-229.
Pan Zhiheng's "Xu Yezi Pu" (sequel to a Manual of Leaves) - Part 2. 31/6/278-284.
The "Yezi Pu" (Manual of Leaves): a card manual for games of the late Ming period [1368-1644]. 31/2/86-96.
The game of leaves. Reviewed by J. McLeod. XXIX/4/171-172.
The late Ming game of ma diao. XXIX/3/115-136.
Translation of the rules of Ma Diao. XXIX/6/215-217.
LODGE, Ken.
A bit of a joke? 44/4/239.
A fascinating find at Haddon Hall. 43/1/30-31.
A note on WWII playing cards containing hidden maps. 41/2/87-88.
A response to Walter Haas. 41/2/126-132.
A transition, a problem and more on Llewellyn. 39/3/159-162.
An analysis of wood-block characteristics. 43/1/43-50.
An even shorter note for Walter. 42/1/13-14.
Court figures in pre-standardized France. 39/2/118-121.
Cuming Museum. 32/2/44.
Dating - an update. 44/2/89.
Dating and its associated problems. 43/4/205-206.
Did card-makers always make their own cards? A puzzle with wood-block packs. 35/2/121-126.
Early French court figures and the regional portraits (continued). 44/4/284-294.
Early French court figures and the regional portraits (In memory of Sylvia Mann). 44/2/101-129.
Fake English cards and a note on Ludlow's Knights aces. 40/3/170-175.
Imported cards in 19th century Britain. 42/3/153-156.
Joseph Hunt revisited and the development of the wood-block designs. 45/2/78-81.
More English influences on major US court designs. 41/3/184-192.
Pack or deck or ? 42/4/204-205.
Realism in cards - again. 43/3/125.
Realism in European cards. 42/2/97-100.
The fall and rise of Thomas Woolley & the decline and fall of Creswick. 44/1/48-52.
The standard English pattern. 2nd revised and enlarged edition. Reviewed by M. Goodall. 39/2/89-90.
Whitaker, Steer, Willis & Perry: a tale of suit signs and number cards. 43/2/92-94.
Why do we have labels and what do they tell us?: the case of Dondorf's Birma-Karte. 45/2/82-84.
Joint-author. See Bostock, Paul.
Joint-author. See Collett, Maurice.
Joint-author. See Cooper, Michael.
LUBLINER, Larry.
1999 IPCS Convention, Wroclaw, Poland. XXVII/3/106-107.
Auction news: The Stuart and Marilyn Kaplan Collection. 35/1/14-15.
Beer steins. 41/3/198-200.
IPCS 2003 London conference deals aces. 32/3/96.
Playing card containers. 40/3/176-178.
Playing cards in photographs. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/1/26.
Playing-cards in the United States: a short history. XXVI/5/181-187.
The 2005 IPCS Convention in Turnhout. 34/2/87-89.
The game of Faro. XXVI/6/228-232.
The joint IPCS/52 Plus Joker Convention. XXIX/3/86.
Tiles. 40/1/38-40.
MACKENZIE, Colin and Irvin Finkel.
Asian games - the art of the contest. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 34/4/240-241.
MAGGIO, Emilia.
Early dragons. 45/3/131-141.
New insights into the so-called Alessandro Sforza deck. 44/4/256-268.
The Stag Rider from the so-called "Tarot of Alessandro Sforza" at the Museo Civico di Castello Ursino of Catania. 42/4/221-236.
MAITLAND, Peter.
Roomse constitutie kaarten - fallible for loosers, infallible for winners… 37/4/250-269.
MANFREDO, Luigi.
Norskforening for Spillkortsamlere. XXVI/4/114-115,125.
MANSTON, Andrew.
Chinese Patience - the game whose rules are deemed never to be published (Playing the Game). 41/2/124-125.
MAROTTA, Florencia.
Sellados e impuestos en naipes Argentinos 1892-1968. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/4/241-242.
MARTIN, Ulf.
Beautiful days in La Tour-de-Peilz. 42/2/76-77.
The Tarock of the Skat inventors, Part I: Grosstarock redefined. 44/2/134-147.
The Tarock of the Skat inventors, Part II: the Weimar classics and a ludemic view on Tarock, Hombre, and Skat. 44/3/164-178.
Review of Mayr and Sedlaczek's Die Kulturgeschichte des Tarockspiels: Geschichten über Tarock und seine berühmten Spieler. 44/4/247-248.
MASTROMARINO, Sergio.
The magion experience in Italy: a mahjong district in (Emilia) Romagna. 38/2/79-91.
MATTHES, Gerd.
Mit offenen Karten - Sammlung Gerd Matthes. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/4/222-223.
Joint-author. See Radau, Sigmar.
MAYR, Wolfgagng and Robert Sedlaczek.
Die Kulturgeschichte des Tarockspiels: Geschichten über Tarock und seine berühmten Spieler. Reviewed by U. Martin. 44/4/247-248.
MCELROY, Mark.
Joint-author. See Berti, Giordano.
MCLEOD, John.
All Fours and its descendants (Playing the Game). XXIX/5/181-184.
Austrian calling games (Playing the Game). 41/4/235-238.
Beating off the attack (Playing the Game). XXVI/4/116-118.
Black Kings in Greenland and Black Maria in Finland (Playing the Game). XXVII/1/14-15.
Brelan in Belgium - the game of Peeën (Playing the Game). 32/6/255-258.
Bumblepuppy again. 41/4/226.
Canasta relatives - games with feet (Playing the Game). 34/2/140-143.
Card games in Iran (Playing the Game). 31/6/244-247.
Card games with layouts (Playing the Game). 36/4/304-308.
Card race games in the Pacific. 39/4/194-195.
Cards in Russian prisons (Playing the Game). XXVII/2/48-54.
Chinese games, Big Three and Fight the Landlord (Playing the Game). 35/4/262-265.
Climbing and throwing eggs (Playing the Game). 43/3/132-135.
Compendium games (Playing the Game). 36/1/67-72.
Cuajo: a Chinese game with Spanish cards. XXIX/4/256-259.
Exploring the boundaries (Playing the Game). XXVIII/4/194-197.
Fishing in 18th-century Yorkshire (Playing the Game). 45/3/183-185.
Five-player Dasavatartas from West Bengal (Playing the Game). 36/3/218-226.
Getaway: the Punjabi inflation game (Playing the Game). 42/2/92-95.
Golf (Playing the Game). 32/2/77-78.
Grazer Tarock. XXIX/2/47-48.
Indian games - double tricks and collecting tens (Playing the Game). 38/1/63-66.
Indian Jass games: 29, 28, 56 (Playing the Game). 31/2/60-64.
Invention and evolution (Playing the Game). 32/5/193-195.
Italian games and recent books (Playing the Game). 36/2/155-159.
Jass games-a survey (Playing the Game). XXVIII/6/280-281.
Kaiser, Joffre and the Lost Heir (Playing the Game). 34/1/68-72.
King-ten-five or ace-ten-five (Playing the Game). XXVII/6/238-239.
Literature, and a note on Joffre cards (Playing the Game). 34/4/293-296.
Minchiate (Playing the Game). 38/4/277-280.
Minimal card games: Kop and Baśka (Playing the Game). 42/1/19-21.
More 66-card Tarot games (Playing the Game). XXVIII/2/78-79.
More Indian Jass games: Doso Viso and Thuni (Playing the Game). 31/3/134-135.
More Whist and comments on Tuppi (Playing the Game). 31/5/219-220.
Notes on fishing (Playing the Game). XXVI/6/204-206.
On receiving the Modiano Prize (2000) XXIX/4/140.
Oochlee - a game from northern Syria (Playing the Game). 30/2/89-91.
Origin of Königrufen (Playing the Game). 39/1/12-13.
Owl or eagle? The Uhu in Austrian Tarock (Playing the Game). 32/1/33-36.
Partition games (Playing the Game). 32/4/173-175.
Perlaggen - the first UNESCO recognised card game (Playing the Game). 45/1/25-30.
Playing with numbers (Playing the Game). XXVI/5/155
Polish taroki (Playing the Game). 40/4/257-260.
Quitlok (Playing the Game). XXVII/5/188-190.
Race games with playing-cards (Playing the Game). 39/3/140-145.
Recent books (Playing the Game). 33/3/146-148.
Reversed card fireworks (Playing the Game). 42/3/160-162.
Rules, conventions and customs (Playing the Game). 30/1/43-45.
Scharwenzel (Playing the Game). 35/2/127-130.
Schnellen, Hucklebuck & Donut (Playing the Game). 33/4/288-292.
Swazi Casino (Playing the Game). XXVIII/5/258-261.
Swiss games and more relatives of Rook (Playing the Game). XXVIII/1/14-16.
Tarocchi with table talk - the 62-card game in Piedicavallo (Playing the Game). 40/3/200-203.
Tarocco Ticinese (Playing the Game). 33/1/18-20.
Tarock news (Playing the Game). 37/4/275-276.
Tarok in Romania (Playing the Game). 30/4/180-185.
Tarokk in Hungary (Playing the Game). XXIX/4/145-148.
The Benelux games of trumps (Playing the Game). 33/2/91-95.
The influence of Magic (Playing the Game). 39/4/226-231.
The other Napoleon (Playing the Game). XXIX/2/81-84.
The survival of Hombre (Playing the Game). XXIX/1/18-20.
Tournament reports: All Fours and Skat (Playing the Game). 32/3/98-100.
Trip to Austria - Tarock, yaks and Ladinisch Kritisch (Playing the Game). 45/2/95-99.
Troggu in Visperterminen (Playing the Game). 37/2/142-145.
Truc, Vitou and Aluette (Playing the Game). 34/3/212-215.
Truf (Playing the Game). 35/1/64-66.
Tulip growers' Pandoeren (Playing the Game). 31/1/42-47.
Twenty-two (Playing the Game). 35/3/202-204.
Varieties of Cucumber (Playing the Game). 42/4/217-220.
Which Whist (Playing the Game). 31/4/180-184.
Whist tokens. 40/1/14-15.
Zwickern (Playing the Game). XXVII/4/128-131.
Joint-author. See Dummett, Michael.
Review of De La Riva's New strategic card games. 32/3/118.
Review of Depaulis' Petite histoire du poker. 37/1/18-19.
Review of Dick's Dick's games of patience or solitaire with cards. 34/2/98.
Review of Doleysch and Kunz's Das Grosstarockbuch - vom XXer. Rufen zum Grosstarock Modern und Trischaken. 35/2/86-87.
Review of Lo's The game of leaves. XXIX/4/171-172.
Review of Yamaguchi's Saigo no Yomi-karuta (The last Yomi-karuta). 34/3/160-161.
MCLEOD, John and Remigius Geiser.
Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part I. XXVII/6/269-276.
Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part II. XXVIII/1/40-49.
Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part III. XXVIII/2/96-100.
MĒTRA, Jānis.
Latvian wartime playing-cards. 36/3/178-179.
Latvijas kartis/Latvian playing card book. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/3/204.
Latvijas kartis/Latvian playing card book. Supplement. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 40/4/213.
Playing cards of Estonia. 32/4/168-169.
Playing cards of Latvia. 32/1/18-23.
Propaganda pack for the siege of Leningrad. 32/3/101-104.
The 5th Latvian pack. 37/2/79.
MILANO, Alberto.
Giampaolo Dossena, Vanni Bossi. 37/4/206.
Vito Arienti - Honorary Fellow of the I.P.C.S. 33/1/14-15.
Joint-author. See Padovani, Umberto.
Review of Dummett's I tarocchi Siciliani. 31/5/189-190.
Review of Verame's Sublimes cartes à jouer. 36/3/176-177.
MOHILE, R. R.
Some card games. Old Maid. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXIX/2/53.
MOLLOVA, Mefküre.
Nouvelle étymologie du terme tarock/tarot. XXVIII/1/30-33, 56.
MONTAGUE, Joel and David Galt.
William Montagu's Geographical pack of 1793. XXVII/4/142-148.
MORTZ, Steve.
Joint-author. See Galt, David.
MULLER, Joop.
Art and cards. XXVII/6/231-232.
Carta Mundi's Millenium mystery. XXVIII/6/268-269.
Dutch scenic aces. 38/3/152-190.
MUSEO FOURNIER de Naipes de Álava.
La toma del cielo y de la tierra. Reviewed by T. Denning. 31/6/248.
Museo "Fournier" de Naipes de Alava: catalogo tomo IV. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/3/112-113.
NADIN, Lucia.
Crouds in the streets, meetings at the tables: two faces of Venetian 18th century gaming. 36/4/243-253.
Giochi prohibiti: bandi contro il gioco scolpiti sui muri di Venezia. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 39/1/8-9.
NAGEL, Alexandra.
An enigmatic betrothal on Lucas van Leyden's painting The Card Reader. 33/2/96-108.
An enigmatic betrothal. 33/3/139.
Back to the roots of a modern flower oracle deck: Mlle Le Normand and J. J. Grandville. 32/4/142-152.
From the symbolism of wings to the symbolism of tarot cards. 38/1/40-55.
The emergence of the tulip on playing and oracle cards. 35/1/41-51.
NEW YORK TIMES.
Marked playing cards. 37/1/68-72.
NIELSON, W. Bryce.
Anglo-American playing cards on overseas cigarette cards - a checklist (provisional), Reviewed by C. Rayner. XXVII/3/86-87.
Black Cat cigarette playing-cards. XXVII/5/178-179.
NOGUCHI, Kyoichiro.
History and culture of mahjong. A pictorial record of the Mahjong Museum. Reviewed by M. Stanwick. 34/3/161.
O'DONOVAN, Diane.
A response to the *tuman problem. XXIX/4/158-162.
OLLIS, Dudley.
A playing-card cleaning machine. 35/4/212-213.
Fake English cards. 40/4/215.
Photographic pack. 45/3/171.
OPSOPAUS, John.
Pythagorean tarot. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 31/4/148-150.
OTANI, Michiyori.
Translation of the rules of Ma Diao. XXIX/6/214-215.
PADOVANI, Umberto and Alberto Milano.
Early documents on playing cards in Mantua. 34/3/205-207.
PAGLIARI, José Luiz Giorgi
Playing-cards in Brazil - an introduction. 30/6/247-260.
PALASI, Philippe.
Jeux de cartes et de l'oie héraldiques aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 30/1/6-7.
On receiving the Modiano Prize (2001). 30/4/148.
PÁL NAGY, Balázs.
Computer images of playing-cards. 30/6/261-264.
PARK, John.
A cosmological tarot hypothesis - virtue triumphant: the seven virtues v. the seven mortal sins. 31/3/127-133.
PARLETT, David.
The origins of Euchre. 35/4/255-261.
Review of Dummett and McLeod's A history of games played with the tarot pack. 33/1/11-13.
PATTERSON, Kristin.
"It's a wrap" - U. S. revenue stamps used on playing cards 1862-1883. Reviewed by M. Goodall. 32/4/172.
PEARLSTEIN, Ira and Buzz Poole.
Playing cards. Reviewed by S. Wintle. 34/3/157.
PEÑA, Arnoldo Diego.
Joint-author. See Wintle, Simon.
PERELMAN, Aleksander.
New playing card figures by Academic Sharleman. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/3/85-86.
PÉREZ GONZÁLEZ, Alberto.
Los naipes de Cádiz. Reviewed by W. Haas. 44/4/243-246.
Shipwreck in Alderney, a pack with a story. 44/3/179-182.
PETERHOF STATE MUSEUM PRESERVE.
Playing cards - the collection of Alexander Perelman, new accessions: 2000-02. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/1/14-15.
PETERS, Ann.
Virginia (Kartzke) Wayland and Harold Wayland: historians of playing-cards - an appreciation. XXIX/5/175-176.
PETRI, Thomas.
ASS nach 1945. Spielkarten Band 15. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/1/17.
Die Berliner Spielkarten GmbH. Spielkarten Band 13. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 31/5/190-191.
PETROV, A. V.
The big explanatory - encyclopedic gambling dictionary. Reviewed by E. Grigorenko. 36/2/99.
PITTS, Rex.
Ariel & Waddy. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXIX/2/52-53.
Pepys. The story of the company and its games. (3rd edition) Reviewed by J. Berry. XXIX/2/52.
PLACE, Robert M.
Tarot of the saints. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 31/4/148-150.
POLLETT, Andrea.
Tûmân, or the ten thousand cups of the Mamlûk cards. 31/1/34-41.
PONCET, Christophe.
A mi-chemin Venise et Florence: le Chariot ferrarais du Musée français de la carte à jouer. 41/4/227-234.
PONZI, Marco.
Joint-author. See Caldwell, Ross Sinclair.
POOLE, Buzz.
Joint-author. See Pearlstein, Ira.
PORTER, Ian.
Classifying non-standard playing cards. 38/3/203-208.
Random thoughts. 41/1/44-45.
Storing and cataloguing a small playing card collection. 37/1/52-54.
PRATESI, Franco.
In search of Tarot sources: part 2. XXVII/3/111-116.
1377: Firenze - condanne ai giocatori di naibi. 44/3/156-163.
1499-1506: Firenze - nuove informazioni sulle carte fiorentine. 44/1/61-71.
I primi giochi di carte nella repubblica fiorentina. 40/3/179-197.
I trionfi di Marziano. XXVIII/3/144-151.
In search of tarot sources - after fifteen years. 41/2/95-114.
In search of Tarot sources: part 1. XXVII/2/64-68.
La prima edizione di Chitarrella. XXVII/4/166-172.
The return of Bridge to its homeland. XXVIII/1/34-39.
PWEE, Keng Ho.
Chiki cards and three Chiki games. 32/3/119-128.
Playing cards for the afterlife. 32/2/50-51.
Rummy Mahjong - playing cards on tiles. 33/2/109-110.
RADAU, Sigmar.
Die Familie Hauck: Kartenmaler in Frankfurt am Main. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 45/1/21.
Die Kartenmacherfamilie Backofen in Nürnberg. Studien zur Spielkarte Nr.5. Reviewed by W. Haas. XXVI/4/141-142.
Die Spielkartensteuer in Kursachsen und im Königreich Sachsen. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/4/222.
Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 1. Frühe Spiele - das Lyoner Bild. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 41/4/213.
Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 2. Das Pariser Bild 1; Band 3. Das Pariser Bild 2. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 42/3/196-197.
Kartenmacher und Spielkartensteuer im Herzogtum Hanau und im Großherzogtum Frankfurt. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 39/4/218.
Kartenmacher und Spielkartensteuer im Königreich Preußen. Band 1. 18. Jahrhundert. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 38/3/147.
Spielkarten aus Weimar. Spielkartensteuer und Kartenmacher. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/1/9.
Joint-author. See Balan, Ernst-Henri.
Joint-author. See Sachs, Rainer.
Joint-author. See Endebrock, Peter.
Joint-author. See Kranich, Jürgen F.
Review of Reisinger's Herz Schelle Laub Eichel: Spielkarten mit deutschen Farben aus fünf Jahrhunderten. 32/4/170.
RADAU, Sigmar and Gerd Matthes.
Deutsche Spielkarten 1650 - 1900. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 30/4/149.
RADAU, Sigmar and Jürgen F. Kranich.
Das Schwäbische Bild. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 45/1/22.
Die Spielkartenfabrik Sutor in Naumburg. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/4/291.
Französische Karten in Deutschland. Band 4. Das Berliner Bild 1. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/2/81.
Spielkarten aus Kempten und Schwaben. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 40/1/5-6.
RADAU, Sigmar and Peter Endebrock.
Spielkarten aus Lüneburg: Spielkartensteuer und Kartenmacher. Reviewed by K. Stolzenburg. 39/1/9-11.
RAYNER, Chris.
A plea for assistance. 30/5/200.
Adrienne Gurr 1923-2016. 45/3/122.
Chairman's review of the year (2000). XXIX/4/138-139.
Dilys Henrik Jones - an appreciation. 30/2/53.
George Beal: an appreciation. XXVII/2/39.
IPCS millennium pack. XXVIII/5/211.
John Berry - I.P.C.S. Honorary Fellow. 31/2/55-56.
John Berry 1929-2004: an appreciation. 32/6/223-224.
Les amis du Kulturhuef. XXVIII/8/213.
Millennium deck. XXVI/6/191.
The 2000 Modiano Prize winner. XXIX/3/87.
The Modiano Prize (1997). XXVI/5/171.
The Modiano Prize (1999). XXVIII/2/59.
Trevor Denning - Honorary Fellow. XXVIII/3/104.
Review of Nielson's Anglo-American playing cards on overseas cigarette cards - a checklist (provisional). XXVII/3/86-87.
Review of Nielson's Playing cards & card games on British cigarette cards - a checklist. XXVII/3/86-87.
REISINGER, Klaus.
Herz Schelle Laub Eichel: Spielkarten mit deutschen Farben aus fünf Jahrhunderten. Reviewed by S. Radau. 32/4/170.
On receiving the Modiano Prize 1998. XXVII/3/78.
Tarocke: Kulturgeschichte auf Kartenbildern. Band 6. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/3/114-115.
Von Lyon nach Wien: die Entstehung des Wiener Bildes. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. XXIX/3/93-94.
RENZONI, Nazario.
Some remarks on Germini in Bronzino's Capitolo in lode della Zanzara. 41/2/85-87.
RETTBERG, Ute.
Bhavnagar State historical cards: new finds. 36/2/123-128.
REYNAUD, Denis.
Le prince à la table de jeu. 35/4/266-274.
Mlle Lenormand and the Empress Josephine. 32/5/178.
RIJNEN, Lex.
Dutch historical cards. 41/2/89-90.
Three centuries of playing-cards in the Netherlands 1600-1900. 37/4/239-249.
RIJSWIJK, Piet.
Playing-cards on book plates. XXIX/5/200-203.
ROOTENBERG, Howard.
A discovery of 16th century playing-cards. 34/3/193-197.
ROTENBERG, Mark Lee.
Stacked decks - the art and history of erotic playing cards. Reviewed by C. de Ryck. 36/4/241.
RÜEGG, Max .
Joint-author. See Ruh, Max.
RUH, Max.
In remembrance of Balz Eberhard. 31/1/4.
Playing-card backs. 36/1/22-29.
Twenty years of Cartophilia Helvetica. XXVI/4/140.
Review of Schlossmuseum's Diese Karden seind zu finden bey ... Spielkarten aus Oberösterreich. 39/2/87-88.
RUH, Max and Max Rüegg.
AGM AGMüller: 175 years of playing card manufacture. 32/3/105-115.
RUH, Max et al.
Schweizer Spielkarten 2: das Tarockspiel in der Schweiz. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 33/3/144-145.
SAARI, Mikko.
Modern Skruuvi (Playing the Game). 37/1/58-63.
SACHS, Rainer and Sigmar Radau.
"Gottes Segen liegt bei Cohn." Die Geschichte der Spielkarten in Schlesien. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/2/84-85.
SÁNCHEZ, Paloma and Esther Sarrà.
Naips. L'origen: una proximació. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 40/1/7-11.
SCHAIDER, Rainald.
Eroticism on playing cards. Volume IV. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXIX/1/14.
Eroticism on playing cards. Volume V. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 32/2/48-49.
Eroticism on playing cards. Volume VI. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 34/1/15-17.
Eroticism on playing cards? Volume VII. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/1/17.
SCHIRÒ, Joseph.
Joint-author. See Denning, Trevor.
SCHLEDE, Stefan.
Franz Braun 14 April 1923 - 27 September 2016. 45/2/70.
Helmut Feindura 3 March 1940 - 5 October 2016. 45/2/71.
Max Ruh 27 June 1938 to 4 December 2013. 42/3/144-145.
Prof. Dr. Detlef Hoffmann. 42/1/2-3.
Wolfgang Suma - an obituary. XXIX/2/49-51.
Joint-author. See Balan, Ernst-Henri.
Joint-author. See Kranich, Jürgen F.
SCHLOSSMUSEUM LINZ.
Diese Karden seind zu finden bey ... Spielkarten aus Oberösterreich. Reviewed by M. Ruh. 39/2/87-88.
SCHULTZ, Klaus-Jürgen.
Kriegsspielkarten. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 39/1/11.
Schauspiel Literatur Malerei Musik auf Spielkarten. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 40/2/95.
Spielkarten aus der Sammlung Schultz. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVIII/3/113-114.
Spielkarten. Die Spielkarten des Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 42/2/80-81.
Joint-author. See Büchler, Frieder.
Review of Endebrock and Radau's Spielkarten aus dem Historischen Museum Frankfurt am Main - eine Auswahl. 43/1/28-29.
SCHULTZ, Klaus-Jürgen and Frieder Büchler.
Alte Spielkarten. Seltene Kartenspiele aus drei Privatsammlungen. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/2/96-97.
Die Spielkarten des Industrie Comptoirs in Leipzig. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/3/173.
Fetscher Kartenmacher in München. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 42/2/79.
Göbl, Kartenmacher in München. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 44/3/154.
Hamburger Spielkarten. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 37/4/221.
SCHULTZ, Klaus-Jürgen and Kay Stolzenburg.
Dondorfs Spielkartten - ein Bilderbuch. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 45/2/104.
SCHWARZ, Helmut and Marion Faber.
Games we play. History of J. W. Spear & Sons. Reviewed by J. Berry. XXVII/1/11-12.
ŠEDIVÝ, Vladislav.
Conrad Jäger, Proschwitz. 43/1/19-21.
Double Bohemian cards - a nearly unknown standard. 45/2/85-93.
Playing-card tax stamps from Czechoslovakia. 35/2/115-120.
SEDLACZEK, Robert.
Joint-author. See Mayr, Wolfgang.
SENST, Günther.
Klabberjaß im alten Land bei Hamburg. XXIX/1/21-26.
SHAW, Martin.
C. L. Wüst and the Theilungs-Recess. 34/4/287-292.
SHAW, Martin and Paul Symons.
Playing-cards from the factory C. L. Wüst Frankfurt a. M. (1811-1927). Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/2/97-98.
SHERLAW-JOHNSON, Robert.
Musical composition with playing cards. XXVIII/4/174-189.
SINGS, John.
English standard playing cards at www.plainbacks.com. 37/3/155-156.
The story behind a simple receipt. 39/2/97-100.
Review of Berry's The Waddington playing-card collection. Volume 2. 32/4/171.
SMITH, Anthony G.
Grevjass, a modern Faroese pointer to the Jass of Czar Peter I. XXVIII/6/312-315.
Stýrovoltur: the Karnöffel of the Faroes, part 1. XXVI/6/223-227.
Stýrovoltur: the Karnöffel of the Faroes, part 2. XXVII/1/30-36.
SOKOLOWSKI, Christopher.
Modern scientific analysis of 19th century playing cards in the Winterthur Museum. 32/1/8-17.
SOMERVILLE, Roderick.
A Lisbon find. 44/4/272-274.
STADLER, Harald, Peter Blaas and Elfriede Krauland.
"Südspiel-Karten." Sonderheft zu Talon no. 12. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 32/2/47-48.
ŠŤÁHLAVSKY, Zdenĕk.
A 19th century Czech nationalistic pack by Emanuel Neumann. 32/6/262-265.
A Czech Hussite pack for the 1895 Ethnographical Exhibition in Prague. 34/4/249-258.
A Czech National Revival pack c. 1890 engraved by Karel Hoffmann. 34/2/111-123.
A pack for the Prague 1908 Jubilee Exhibition. 31/6/262-266.
An introduction to playing-cards from the Czech Lands. XXIX/2/65-69.
STANWICK, Michael.
Mahjong(g) before Mahjong(g): Part 1. 32/4/153-162.
Mahjong(g) before Mahjong(g): Part 2. 32/5/206-215.
Mahjong(g), before and after Mahjong(g): Part 1. 34/4/259-268.
Mahjong(g), before and after Mahjong(g): Part 2. 35/1/27-41.
Review of Noguchi's History and culture of mahjong. A pictorial record of the Mahjong Museum. 34/3/161.
STANWICK, Michael and Hongbing Xu.
Flowers and kings: a hypothesis of their function in early ma que. 37/1/29-40.
From cards to tiles: the origin of Mahjong(g)'s earliest suit names. 41/1/52-67.
STOLZENBURG, Kay.
"Baronesse." Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Salon- und Luxuskarten mit französischen Farben. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/1/27-28.
Das Rheinische Bild. Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Standardbilder mit französischen Farben. Band 2. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 42/1/12.
Das Württembergische Bild. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 38/4/234.
Katalog der Wehrheimer Sammlung. Standardbilder mit französischen Farben. Band 1. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 40/1/6.
Vintage movie star playing cards from Brazil. 43/4/197-201.
Von Sofadamen und Löwenschultern: die Spielkartenfabriken Frommann in Darmstadt. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 41/1/23-24.
Joint-author. See Schultz, Klaus- Jürgen.
Review of Radau and Endebrock's Spielkarten aus Lüneburg: Spielkartensteuer und Kartenmacher. 39/1/9-11.
STROUHAL, Ernst, Manfred Zollinger and Brigitte Felderer.
Spiele der Stadt : Glück, Gewinn und Zeitvertreib. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 41/4/212.
SWAINSBY, Eric.
Illustrated catalogue of British brewery playing cards. Reviewed by M. Collett. 31/6/249.
SYMONS, Paul.
Joint-author. See Shaw, Martin.
TAMBORINI, Massimo.
Girolamo Cardano. Liber de ludo aleae. Reviewed by T. Depaulis. 36/2/96-98.
TANNER, Amoret.
Russian playing card museums. 39/3/132-134.
TANNER, M. J.
Great Britain playing card tax wrappers 1883-1960. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 36/1/16-17.
TAO Liu.
Collecting playing-cards in China. 38/4/249-256.
TAYLOR, Bill.
Domino cards. 38/3/191-202.
Musical dominoes revisited. 38/4/229-231.
TAYLOR, John.
SK329858 (reprinted). XXVIII/1/26-29.
SK329858. XXVII/6/248-251.
TEMPERLEY, David.
Eddie Cass (1937-2014). 43/2/62-63.
Trevor Denning 1923-2009. 38/2/70-72.
THIEL, Klaus.
A journey to the German colonies. 41/1/4-17.
Black Peter - a brigand? The development of the Black Peter game. 36/4/254-273.
Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and Carl Schaller. 42/2/121-129.
Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and Carl Schaller. 42/2/121-129.
Schwarzer Peter: Verlage und Spiele 1840-1930. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/4/186.
THOMAS, Marvin "Butch."
Bid Whist. XXIX/6/221-228.
THOMAS, Nick.
A rare find: a pack made by a Napoleonic prisoner -of-war. 34/3/216-217.
An unusual find. 45/2/105-106.
Collecting Australian playing-cards. 35/1/20-26.
The pros and cons of eBay. 45/1/23-24.
THORPE, John.
An 18th century Maltese card. 33/4/220.
Henry Druit Phillips: Master of the W. C. M. P. C. and collector of playing cards. 33/2/72-73.
Playing cards and the Great Exhibition in London, 1851. 33/3/161-164.
Playing cards in Bermuda. XXVII/5/194-200.
Playing-cards and the Olympic Games. 32/6/266-268.
Playing-cards of Malta. XXIX/3/102-105.
Playing-cards of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair. 30/6/265-267.
Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks. 33/4/231.
The Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards of the city of London. Reviewed by J. Berry. 30/2/56.
Joint-author. See Cooper, Michael.
THORPE, John and Michael Goodall.
Early London cardmakers: marks & apprentices, 1560-1760. Reviewed by J. Berry. 31/2/58-59.
TOMASINA, Gianna Paola.
Joint-author. See Crippa, Giuliano.
TOPSFIELD, Andrew.
The art of play: board and card games of India. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 35/3/207-208.
TOWNSEND, Joseph.
Felix Solesio at home. 40/3/163-165.
TOWNSHEND, Barney.
A pair of transformation packs. 36/3/190-204.
TREGEAR, Daphne.
A pack not made by Hunt. XXVII/2/60-62.
Gabriel Shire Tregear and "The March of Intellect" card game. 37/3/162-168.
Huchot and other card game illustrators. XXVII/4/150-157.
Society news. XXVI/6/192.
Joint-author. See Tregear, Michael.
TREGEAR, Michael.
Fournier's giant pack at Guildhall Library. XXVIII/3/105.
From the Secretary's desk. XXVI/6/193.
Report from Ravenna. 36/2/79-80.
Review of Darbyshire's British patents, design of and games with playing cards. XXVII/5/186-187.
TREGEAR, Michael and Daphne Tregear.
Karl Gerich (1956-2016). 44/4/228-230.
UMEBAYASHI, Isao.
The card games of Asia and their cards. Reviewed by J. McLeod. 30/2/57.
UNBEGAUN, Boris O.
Cards and card-playing in Muscovite Russia. 36/2/144-148.
VAN DIGGELE, Gejus.
"Arts on Cards" - Part one: portraits. 45/1/12-15.
"Arts on Cards" - Part three: animals (I). 45/3/173-175.
"Arts on Cards" - Part two: landscapes. 45/2/100-103.
A sniff of salt for a quarter of a playing card: use of playing cards for emergency money. 43/2/82-86.
In memorium Bob Haleber. 38/3/142.
Kleine kaartjes, grote verhalen - Small cards, great stories - Petites cartes, grandes histoires - Kleine Karten, große Geschichten. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 34/2/96.
Paying by card before plastic was invented. 43/1/34-41.
Playing cards with added value. 43/3/136-139.
VERAME, Jean.
Les très beaux objects du jeu. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 43/3/116.
Napoleonic prisoner-of-war hand-made cards. 34/4/227-228.
Origin of tarots - the Avignon hypothesis. 44/1/43-47.
Sublimes cartes à jouer. Reviewed by A. Milano. 36/3/176-177.
Vente Breton: soirée du 14 avril 2003. 32/4/163-164.
VITALI, Andrea and Terry Zanetti.
Il tarocchino di Bologna: storia, iconografia, divinazione dal XV al XX secolo. Reviewed by M. Dummett. 34/2/90-92.
WATSON, John G.
Victor H. Watson CBE 1928-2015. 44/1/4.
WATSON, Victor.
Tales from Alf Cooke, Bemrose, Waddington and De La Rue. 32/3/92-93.
The Waddingtons story. Reviewed by M. Cooper. 38/1/8-9.
WAYLAND, Harold.
Joint-author. See Wayland, Virginia.
Joint-author. See Ferg, Alan.
WAYLAND, Harold and Virginia Wayland.
Dates of packs on Lenthall's list. XXIX/2/70-71.
WAYLAND, Virginia, Harold Wayland and Alan Ferg.
American Indian playing cards of French and English derivation. 33/3/166-190.
WAYLAND, Virginia.
Joint-author. See Wayland, Harold.
Joint-author. See Ferg, Alan.
WEBERPALS, Karl.
Extra Zwanglose Karte. XXVIII/5/241-255.
Maimonides - oder eine Spur der Spielkarten im 12 jahrhundert? 30/1/14-18.
WEBERPALS, Karl and Werner Bürger.
Spielkarten und 'cartenmacher' in Ansbach. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 30/1/6.
WELTER, Jean.
Joint-author. See Eischen, Daniel.
WERFEL, Silvia.
Kultur- und Technikgeschichte der Spielkartenherstellung. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 30/5/198-199.
WILLIAMS, Brian.
Ship of fools tarot. Reviewed by K. Frank Jensen. 31/5/198-199.
WILLIAMSON, John.
From begging to pitching (More notes on All Fours) (Playing the Game). 41/3/201-205.
WINTLE, Simon.
Argentinian playing-cards: Part 2, gaucho and other cards. 30/3/101-112.
Games and Print Services taken over by Carta Mundi. 33/1/4-6.
Naipes Gacela. 34/1/2-3.
Review of Cortez's Playing card oracles. 32/4/172.
Review of Fournier's Exposición: tarots de ayer y de hoy/Exhibition: tarots of yesterday and today. 34/3/159.
Review of Pearlstein and Poole's Playing cards. 34/3/157.
WINTLE, Simon and Arnoldo Diego Peña.
Argentinian playing-cards: Part 1, art and politics. XXIX/5/187-199.
WINTLE, Simon and Diego Flaiban.
Ernesto Flaiban: playing-card manufacturer of Buenos Aires (1936-70). 30/6/268-277.
WINTLE, Simon and K. Frank Jensen.
Non-standard De La Rue packs for King Christian X of Denmark. 34/1/62-64.
WÖRNER, Ulrike.
Die Dame im Spiel. Reviewed by P. Endebrock. 39/3/130.
WUNDERLICH, Claudia.
The Ungers: a 19th century playing-card making family in Győr, Hungary. 40/2/112-138.
XU, Hongbing.
Joint-author. See Stanwick, Michael.
YAMAGUCHI, Yasuhiko.
Saigo no Yomi-karuta (The last Yomi-karuta). Reviewed by K. Kuromiya and J. McLeod. 34/3/160-161.
ZANETTI, Terry.
Joint-author. See Vitali, Andrea.
ZIMMERMANN, Rolf.
Ganjifa - an attempt at the etymology. 30/2/51.
ZOLLINGER, Manfred.
Der Fürst und das Kartenspiel: Piquet-Regeln (um 1620). 31/3/104-112.
L'inquisition, le monopole et les cartiers en Espagne au XVIe siècle. XXIX/1/27-37.
The "very costly game" of Zwicken. XXVI/5/150-154.
Whist-Regeln in Kontinentaleuropa bis 1800. 33/3/198-210.
Joint-author. See Strouhal, Ernst.
anonymous
Dr. Eugeen van Autenboer (1920-2008). 36/4/286.
Obituary: Margot Dietrich. 35/2/78.