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 subject. There is also a consolidated index by author 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.

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48-card packs in Italy. (Dummett) 33/1/24-26.

Aces, Dutch scenic. (Muller) 38/3/152-190.

Advertising deck, Taking the "waters of Ambert" too literally: a very early. (Hayter) XXVIII/2/82-83.

Afterlife, Playing cards for the (Pwee) 32/2/50-51.

AGM AGMüller: 175 years of playing card manufacture (Ruh and Rüegg) 32/3/105-115.

Agram, News from Austria's past (1): playing-card makers in . (Altfahrt) 43/1/10-18.

Alessandro Sforza Tarot, New insights into the. (Maggio) 44/4/256-268.

Alessandro Sforza Tarot, The Stag Rider from the so-called "Tarot of Alessandro Sforza" at the Museo Civico di Castello Ursino of Catania. (Maggio) 42/4/221-236.

Alf Cooke Ltd. (Watson) 32/3/92-93.

Alf Cooke Ltd: printer and playing-card maker (Goodall ) 31/4/157-170.

All Fours, From begging to pitching (More notes on All Fours). (Williamson) Playing the Game 41/3/201-205.

All Fours, Tournament reports: All Fours and Skat. (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/3/98-100.

All Fours and its descendants (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/5/181-184.

Altenburg, News from (Berry) XXVI/4/146-147.

Aluette (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/3/212-215.

Amaturufu and ibigurasha, The Rawandan appropriation of a Portuguese game. (de Voogt) 41/4/254-259.

American court cards, Criterial characteristics and the development of from 1820-60. (Bostock and Lodge) 41/1/25-40.

American court cards, More English influences on major US court designs. (Lodge) 41/3/184-192.

American Indian playing cards, Recognizing a nineteenth-century Apache playing card artist: The Tonto naipero. (Ferg, Wayland and Wayland) 36/2/100-120.

American Indian playing cards of French and English derivation. (Wayland, Wayland, and Ferg) 33/3/166-190.

Animal tarot, French suited tarot packs in Denmark and the Jacob Holmblad animal tarot. (Jensen) 36/3/180-189.

Apache playing cards, Recognizing a nineteenth-century Apache playing card artist: The Tonto naipero. (Ferg, Wayland and Wayland) 36/2/100-120.

Argentina, Comment on Argentinean tax stamps. (Endebrock) 33/4/226-227.

Argentina, Taxes on playing-cards in (Akerman) 33/2/81-88.

Argentinian playing-cards: Part 1, art and politics (Wintle and Peña) XXIX/5/187-199.

Argentinian playing-cards: Part 2, gaucho and other cards (Wintle ) 30/3/101-112.

Arienti, Vito - Honorary Fellow of the I.P.C.S. (Milano) 33/1/14-15.

Array rummy game. (Cardellicchio and Horn) 36/4/299-303.

Art and cards. (Muller) XXVII/6/231-232.

Arts on Cards - Part one: portraits. (van Diggele) 45/1/12-15.

Arts on Cards - Part three: animals (I). (van Diggele) 45/3/173-175.

Arts on Cards - Part two: landscapes. (van Diggele) 45/2/100-103.

ASESCOIN Convention - Seville 2005. (De Ryck) 34/2/99.

Aspects of Self playing-cards. (Clays) 37/4/224-225.

Atger-Ravel, Marie-Claude (1929-2015), obituary. (Endebrock) 44/3/152.

Australia, An early mention of playing-cards in (Cooper) 30/5/201.

Australia, Collecting Australian playing-cards. (Thomas ) 35/1/20-26.

Australia, Hudson Industries - an Australian playing card maker. (Hudson) 42/4/215-216.

Austria, News from Austria's past (1): playing-card makers in Agram. (Altfahrt) 43/1/10-18.

Austria, News from Austria's past (2): Aloys Hofmann, a Viennese cardmaker. (Altfahrt) 43/3/150-160.

Austria, News from Austria's past (3): Constantin Kaulitzy, a cardmaker in Neusatz. (Altfahrt) 43/4/239-241.

Austria, News from Austria's past (4): the playing-card maker Carl Hofer (Hoffer). (Altfahrt) 44/1/53-60.

Austria, News from Austria's past (5): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 1: 16th-17th centuries. (Altfahrt) 44/3/188-200.

Austria, News from Austria's past (6): a strange Austrian tarot. (Altfahrt) 44/4/275-283.

Austria, News from Austria's past (7): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 2: 18th-19th centuries. (Altfahrt) 45/1/35-58.

Austria, News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. (Altfahrt) 45/3/142-160.

Austrian calling games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 41/4/235-238.

Avignon, Origin of tarots - the Avignon hypothesis. (Verame) 44/1/43-47.

Avril et Cie, An unusual find. (Depaulis) 45/3/171-172.

Avril et Cie, An unusual find. (Thomas) 45/2/105-106.

Avril et Cie, An unusual find. (Ollis) 45/3/171.

B. Dondorf, A Lisbon find. (Somerville) 44/4/272-274.

B. Dondorf, Why do we have labels and what do they tell us?: the case of Dondorf's Birma-Karte. (Lodge) 45/2/82-84.

Backs, playing-card, A sequel to Max Ruh's "Playing-card backs." (Depaulis) 36/4/289-290.

Backs, playing-card, Back to card backs: Rosart's tarotées. (Depaulis) 37/3/159-161.

Backs, playing-card, Illustrated backs of cards made in Milan. (Crippa) 42/2/83-91.

Backs, playing-card, Winning hearts and minds: the theory behind the playing-card backs designed by Owen Jones. (Flores) 39/4/219-225.

Backs, Playing-card. (Ruh) 36/1/22-29.

Bamford - an elusive playing card maker. (Goodall) 41/2/90-91.

Baśka and Kop, Minimal card games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/1/19-21.

Bassette-cards, From Italy to France and back again: some observations on. (Haas) 44/1/38-42.

Bavaria, A playing-card discovery in Schongau (Hausler) 33/4/269-275.

Bavaria, From Schongau to Saint Petersburg: Bavarian playing-card patterns and their relatives. (Hausler) 35/2/96-110.

BDK/Talon meeting 1998. (Endebrock) XXVII/1/3-4.

BDK/Talon meeting 2000. (Endebrock) XXIX/1/8-9.

BDK/Talon meeting 2001. (Endebrock) 30/1/12-13.

BDK/Talon meeting 2002. (Endebrock) 31/1/8-9.

BDK/Talon meeting 2003. (Endebrock) 32/2/45-46.

BDK/Talon meeting 2004. (Endebrock) 33/1/16.

BDK/Talon meeting 2005. (Endebrock) 34/1/7-8.

BDK/Talon meeting 2006. (Endebrock) 35/1/19.

BDK/Talon meeting 2007. (Endebrock) 35/4/220-221.

Beal, George 14.10.1918-27.7.2013, obituary. (Beal) 42/3/142-143.

Beal, George: an appreciation (Rayner ) XXVII/2/39.

Beale, Anthony, obituary. (Beale) 40/2/74.

Beating off the attack (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVI/4/116-118.

Beer steins. (Lubliner) 41/3/198-200.

Belgian mystery pack. (Cooper) XXVIII/2/62-63.

Belgian mystery pack. (De Cock) XXVII/6/227.

Belgian mystery pack. (Feindura) XXVIII/3/110.

Belgium, The Benelux games of trumps (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/2/91-95.

Bermuda, Playing cards in (Thorpe ) XXVII/5/194-200.

Berry, John, 1929-2004: an appreciation. (Rayner ) 32/6/223-224.

Berry, John, I.P.C.S. Honorary Fellow. (Rayner) 31/2/55-56.

Bhavnagar State historical cards: new finds. (Rettberg) 36/2/123-128.

Bibliothèque nationale de France, A presentation of the Gallica database (the BnF's digital library) and its playing-card contents. (Depaulis) 44/1/17-26.

Bid Whist (Thomas ) XXIX/6/221-228.

Big Three and Fight the Landlord, Chinese games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/4/262-265.

Black Cat cigarette playing-cards. (Neilson) XXVII/5/178-179.

Blackjack, Dawson's game: blackjack and the Klondike. (Depaulis) 38/4/238-244.

Black Kings in Greenland and Black Maria in Finland (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVII/1/14-15.

Black Maria in Finland, Black Kings in Greenland and (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVII/1/14-15.

Black Peter - a brigand? The development of the Black Peter game. (Thiel) 36/4/254-273.

Bohemia, News from Austria's past (5): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 1: 16th-17th centuries. (Altfahrt) 44/3/188-200.

Bohemia, News from Austria's past (7): makers of playing-cards in Cheb/Eger (Bohemia). Part 2: 18th-19th centuries. (Altfahrt) 45/1/35-58.

Bolognese Tarocchino : due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 1. (Cuppi) 30/2/79-88.

Bolognese Tarocchino : due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 2. (Cuppi) 30/4/186-192.

Bony, une fabrique de cartes à jouer et papiers peints à Lunéville (1836-1941) (Beuchet ) XXVIII/4/198-201.

Book plates, Playing-cards on (Rijswijk ) XXIX/5/200-203.

Bordeaux, Early cards of (Dawson ) 35/3/154-174.

Borveau, Alain (1933-2002), obituary. (Depaulis) 31/4/142-143.

Bossi, Vanni, obituary. (Milano) 37/4/206.

Braun, Franz 14 April 1923-27 September 2016, obituary. (Schlede) 45/2/70.

Brazil, Playing-cards in - an introduction (Pagliari ) 30/6/247-260.

Brazil, Vintage movie star playing cards from. (Stolzenburg) 43/4/197-201.

Brelan in Belgium - the game of Peeën. (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/6/255-258.

Bridge, First steps of in the west: Collinson's "Biritch." (Depaulis and Fuchs) 32/2/67-76.

Bridge, The return of to its homeland (Pratesi ) XXVIII/1/34-39.

British Museum, Milanese playing card drawings in the. (Crippa) 41/3/170-183.

Brûte, La marque dans la famille des jeux hollandais de bel-bruyten. (Dewart) 39/2/103-115.

Bubble cards and prints (Berry ) XXVII/3/105-110.

Bubble cards and prints (Berry) XXVII/5/185.

Buenos Aires, Ernesto Flaiban: playing-card manufacturer of (1936-70) (Wintle and Flaiban ) 30/6/268-277.

Bumblepuppy. (Endebrock) 41/3/163.

Bumblepuppy. (McLeod) 41/4/226.

C. Titze & Schinkay, News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. (Altfahrt) 45/3/142-160.

Canada, Bicycle playing-cards in. (Goodall) XXVIII/2/65-66.

Canada, Kaiser, Joffre and the Lost Heir. (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/1/68-72.

Canada, Playing-cards of Canada (Dawson ) 30/1/19-32.

Canasta relatives - games with feet (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/2/140-143.

Card marking. (New York Times) 37/1/68-72.

Carl Schaller, Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, and Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) . (Thiel) 42/2/121-129.

Carta Mundi's Millenium mystery. (Graefrath) XXIX/4/142.

Carta Mundi's Millenium mystery. (Hopewell ) XXIX/4/142.

Carta Mundi's Millenium mystery. (Muller) XXVIII/6/268-269.

Carta Mundi. (Wintle) 33/1/4-6.

Cartographic and map playing cards 1590-1798. (Beresiner) 38/2/119-131.

Cartomancy, Tarot cartomancy in Bologna. (Dummett) 32/2/79-88.

Cartophilia Helvetica, Twenty years of (Ruh ) XXVI/4/140.

Casa Rella frescoes, The Trumps on the (Fiorito ) XXVI/4/121-125.

Casino, Swazi Casino (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVIII/5/258-261.

Cass, Eddie (1937-2014), obituary. (Temperley) 43/2/62-63.

Cataloguing and storage and of playing-cards. (Porter) 37/1/52-54.

Catalonia, The playing card in Perpignan, from the 14th to the 19th century. (Garrigue) 41/2/133-137.

Catholic Church, Roomse constitutie kaarten - fallible for loosers, infallible for winners… (Maitland) 37/4/250-269.

Chad, Chamundeshwari. (Gordhandas) 38/4/257-263.

Chamundeshwari Chad. (Gordhandas) 38/4/257-263.

Chariot card, A mi-chemin Venise et Florence: le Chariot ferrarais du Musée français de la carte à jouer. (Poncet) 41/4/227-234.

Charles Goodall & Son, Goodall's Royal Masonic Playing Cards: a very rare pack. (Goodall) 33/1/47-49.

Cheb/Eger (Bohemia), News from Austria's past (5): makers of playing-cards in. Part 1: 16th-17th centuries. (Altfahrt) 44/3/188-200.

Cheb/Eger (Bohemia), News from Austria's past (5): makers of playing-cards in. Part 1: 16th-17th centuries. (Altfahrt) 44/3/188-200.

Cheb/Eger (Bohemia), News from Austria's past (7): makers of playing-cards in. Part 2: 18th-19th centuries. (Altfahrt) 45/1/35-58.

Chess, Playing cards and. (Beasley) Playing the Game 40/2/96-103.

Chicago World's Fair, Playing-cards of the 1893 (Thorpe ) 30/6/265-267.

Chiki cards and three Chiki games. (Pwee) 32/3/119-128.

China, A new card design from (Chen ) XXVIII/2/90-95.

China, Collecting playing-cards in. (Tao) 38/4/249-256.

Chinese card players, 19th century images of. (Darbyshire) 30/3/143-144.

Chinese character cards, Modern . (Hopewell) 31/6/273-277.

Chinese money-suited cards. (Berry) 31/5/230-236.

Chinese Patience - the game whose rules are deemed never to be published. (Manston) Playing the Game 41/2/124-125.

Chinese playing cards. (Porter) 41/1/44-45.

Chitarrella, La prima edizione di (Pratesi ) XXVII/4/166-172.

Chitrashala Press, Cards of the - Part 2, corrections. (Cooper) 30/5/194.

Chitrashala Press, Cards of the - Part 2. (Gordhandas ) 30/4/166-172.

Chitrashala Press, Playing-cards of the - Part 1 (Gordhandas ) 30/3/132-138.

Church, Some remarks on the relationship between church and card game (Part 2). (Köger) 35/4/226-236.

Church, Some remarks on the relationship between church and card game. (Köger) 35/3/175-189.

Cleaning playing cards. (Cooper) 35/4/212.

Cleaning playing cards. (Endebrock) 35/4/213-214.

Cleaning playing cards. (Ollis) 35/4/212-213.

Climbing games, Chinese games, Big Three and Fight the Landlord. (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/4/262-265.

Climbing games, Climbing and throwing eggs. (McLeod) Playing the Game 43/3/132-135.

Collett, Lorna 1922-2006: a Founder Member of the I.P.C.S. (Cooper) 34/4/229.

Collett, Maurice. (Cooper) 42/4/204.

Collett, Maurice: 80 glorious years. (Cass) 31/5/192-194.

Compendium games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 36/1/67-72.

Computer images of playing-cards. (Pál Nagy) 30/6/261-264.

Conjuring, Fancy conjuring playing cards: a new collecting fashion? (Décourt) 40/4/244-251.

Conrad Jäger, Proschwitz. (Šedivý) 43/1/19-21.

Containers, Playing card. (Lubliner) 40/3/176-178.

Cooper, Michael , a tribute. (Depaulis) 35/1/4.

Cosmological tarot hypothesis - virtue triumphant: the seven virtues v. the seven mortal sins. (Park) 31/3/127-133.

Costume, Royal finery on playing cards. (Goshawk) 41/3/193-197.

Couillon, The Benelux games of trumps (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/2/91-95.

Counters, Du piquet au whist: les marqueurs de jeu de cartes entre France et Grande-Bretagne. (Depaulis) 36/2/129-143.

Counters, Tokens for Whist. Part II: from simple to quadruple. (Depaulis) 39/4/199-217.

Court cards, American, Criterial characteristics and the development of from 1820-60. (Bostock and Lodge) 41/1/25-40.

Court cards, American, More English influences on major US court designs. (Lodge) 41/3/184-192.

Court cards, Court figures in pre-standardized France. (Lodge) 39/2/118-121.

Court cards, Early French court figures and the regional portraits (continued). (Lodge) 44/4/284-294.

Court cards, Early French court figures and the regional portraits (In memory of Sylvia Mann). (Lodge) 44/2/101-129.

Cracow playing-card manufacturers in modern times (Kleczek ) XXIX/1/38-42.

Creswick, Thomas, cotton in playing cards. (Cooper) XXIX/2/47.

Creswick, Thomas, The fall and rise of Thomas Woolley & the decline and fall of Creswick. (Lodge) 44/1/48-52.

Cuajo: a Chinese game with Spanish cards (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/4/256-259.

Cuccù, A note on the history of. (Kuromiya) 39/4/232-233.

Cucumber, Varieties of. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/4/217-220.

Cuming Museum, A return visit to the. (Bostock and Lodge) 40/4/240-243.

Cuming Museum, Playing-cards of the: English pattern cards and artefacts. (Goodall, Gosling, Bonnick) 31/6/253-261.

Cuming Museum. (Lodge) 32/2/44.

Cups/*tuman problem (O'Donovan) XXIX/4/158-162.

Currency, playing-cards used as. (van Diggele) 43/1/34-41.

Currency, playing-cards used as. (van Diggele) 43/2/82-86.

Czech double-ended pattern. (Šedivý) 45/2/85-93.

Czech Lands, An introduction to playing-cards from the (Šťáhlavsky ) XXIX/2/65-69.

Czech nationalistic pack, A 19th century Czech nationalistic pack by Emanuel Neumann. (Šťáhlavsky) 32/6/262-265.

Czech nationalistic pack, A Czech Hussite pack for the 1895 Ethnographical Exhibition in Prague. (Šťáhlavsky) 34/4/249-258.

Czech National Revival pack c. 1890 engraved by Karel Hoffmann. (Šťáhlavsky) 34/2/111-123.

Czechoslovakia, Playing-card tax stamps from (Šedivý) 35/2/115-120.

Dai Fugô. (Kuromiya) Playing the Game 37/3/197-199.

Danish playing cards, Royalty on (Jensen ) 32/1/24-32.

Dasamahavidyas - the ten Mahavidyas. (Gordhandas) 37/4/231-238.

Dasavatara ganjifa, The extended dasavatara packs of Orissa. (Hopewell) 31/2/69-78.

Dasavatartas, Five-player Dasavatartas from West Bengal. (McLeod) Playing the Game 36/3/218-226.

Dating playing cards and its associated problems. (Lodge) 44/2/89.

Dating playing cards and its associated problems. (Lodge) 43/4/205-206.

Davies, Barry, obituary. (Goodall) 40/4/216-217.

Dawson, Thomas Commerford January 26, 1937-March 22, 2016, obituary. (Hawes) 44/4/232.

De Cock, Ivo passed away. (Cremers) 45/1/7.

De La Rue & Co. London and Paris decks (Cooper) 34/1/65-67.

De La Rue's first playing cards (Berry ) XXVIII/3/120-136.

De La Rue's first playing cards (Berry) XXVIII/4/165.

De La Rue's first playing cards (Berry) XXIX/1/4-5.

De La Rue's sticky business in Surrey. (Goodall ) 31/1/17-19.

De La Rue, Non-standard packs for King Christian X of Denmark (Wintle and Jensen) 34/1/62-64.

Del Ponte, Giovanni, and the dating of the Rothschild cards in the Louvre: some further considerations. (Caldwell) 36/1/51-62.

Denmark, French suited tarot packs in Denmark and the Jacob Holmblad animal tarot. (Jensen) 36/3/180-189.

Denmark, Holmblad: the designs and law suits. (Jensen) 31/6/242-243.

Denmark, L. P. Holmblad - Danish playing card maker: the tarok packs. (Hinrup) 31/5/202-215.

Denmark, Non-standard De La Rue packs for King Christian X of (Wintle and Jensen) 34/1/62-64.

Denmark, Playing cards in the Danish church. (Hinrup) 40/2/85-92.

Denmark, The Holmblad playing card patterns. (Hinrup) 33/4/247-262.

Denning, Trevor, obituary. (Temperley) 38/2/70-72.

Desert island decks. (Darbyshire) 39/3/154-158.

Deutsche Spielkarten-Fabrik Walter Scharff K.G. (Haas) 42/1/44-64.

Dietrich, Margot, obituary. (Endebrock) 35/2/78.

Dieudonné Museum, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg. (Eischen and Welter) XXVIII/4/202-205.

Dieudonné Museum, Grevenmacher, Luxembourg. (Rayner) XXVIII/5/213.

Divination, The devil and the two of hearts. (Caldwell) 37/2/126-141.

Dobbm,Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part I (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVII/6/269-276.

Dobbm, Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part II (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVIII/1/40-49.

Dobbm, Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part III (McLeod and Geiser) XXVIII/2/96-100.

Domino cards. (Taylor) 38/4/229-231.

Domino cards. (Taylor) 38/3/191-202.

Dondorf, B., A Lisbon find. (Somerville) 44/4/272-274.

Dondorf, B., in London. (Berry) XXIX/5/176-177.

Dondorf, B., Why do we have labels and what do they tell us?: the case of Dondorf's Birma-Karte. (Lodge) 45/2/82-84.

Donut, Hucklebuck & Schnellen. (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/4/288-292.

Dossena, Giampaolo, obituary. (Milano) 37/4/206.

Double Bohemian cards - a nearly unknown standard. (Šedivý) 45/2/85-93.

Dragon cards, Early dragons. (Maggio) 45/3/131-141.

Dragon pattern, Maltese dragon cards. (Denning and Schirò) 30/1/33-42.

Droggn, Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part I (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVII/6/269-276.

Droggn, Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part II (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVIII/1/40-49.

Droggn, Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part III (McLeod and Geiser) XXVIII/2/96-100.

Dummett, Prof. Sir Michael (27 June 1925-27 December 2011), obituary. (Depaulis and McLeod) 40/3/144-148.

Duplicate Whist playing card holders, Nineteenth century . (Laderman) 43/3/161-172.

Dutch historical pack 1788. (Darbyshire) 41/1/47-49.

Dutch historical pack 1788. (Rijnen) 41/2/89-90.

Dutch scenic aces. (Burton) 38/4/228-229.

Dutuit Collection, Hidden treasures in the Musée du Petit Palais, Paris. (Depaulis) 45/3/176-182.

eBay, The pros and cons of. (Thomas) 45/1/23-24.

Eberhard, Balz, In remembrance of (Ruh ) 31/1/4.

England, Early references to playing-cards in (Depaulis) 41/3/165-169.

English Joker, The origin of the first English Joker: an Anglo-American partnership. (Goodall ) XXIX/6/244-246.

English pattern, A kind of answer to Ken Lodge. (Haas) 41/4/251-253.

English pattern, A response to Walter Haas. (Lodge) 41/2/126-132.

English pattern, On the origin of styles: taxonomy and the evolution of the (Décourt) 32/6/230-243.

English pattern. (Sings) 37/3/155-156.

English pattern cards and artefacts, Playing-cards of the Cuming Museum (Goodall, Gosling, Bonnick) 31/6/253-261.

English playing-cards, Whitaker, Steer, Willis & Perry: a tale of suit signs and number cards. (Lodge) 43/2/92-94.

Ephemera, Playing-card (Getz ) XXVII/3/92-95.

Estonia, Playing cards of (Mētra ) 32/4/168-169.

Euchre, The origins of (Parlett) 35/4/255-261.

Europe, The 14th century and the introduction of playing cards into. (Dummett) 34/4/226.

Europe, The 14th century and the introduction of playing cards into. (Janssen) 34/3/173-180.

Europe, The 14th century and the introduction of playing cards into. (Janssen) 34/4/226-227.

European cards, Realism in (Lodge ) XLII/2/97-100.

European patterns, Playing-cards of the Cuming Museum (Goodall, Gosling, Bonnick) 32/2/59-66.

Exploring the boundaries (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVIII/4/194-197.

Extra Casual Cards, Extra Zwanglose Karte (Weberpals) XXVIII/5/241-255.

Faro, The game of (Lubliner ) XXVI/6/228-232.

Feindura, Helmut 3 March 1940 - 5 October 2016, obituary. (Schlede) 45/2/71.

Fennell series of Irish Heroic & Historic playing cards. (Goodall) 37/3/169-175.

Ferrara, Italy, Imprimait-on des cartes à jouer à Ferrare en 1436? (Depaulis) 40/4/252-256.

Field, Albert "Cap" collection. (Endebrock) 37/3/154-155.

Field, Albert "Cap" collection. (Endebrock) 37/4/213-215.

Field, Albert, obituary. (Collett) 32/3/94.

Fifteenth-century Italian cards, Two. (Depaulis) 38/4/264-270.

Fight the Landlord and Big Three, Chinese games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/4/262-265.

Fishing, Notes on (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVI/6/204-206.

Fishing in 18th-century Yorkshire. (McLeod) Playing the Game 45/3/183-185.

Flaiban, Ernesto : playing-card manufacturer of Buenos Aires (1936-70) (Wintle and Flaiban ) 30/6/268-277.

Florence, 1377: Firenze - condanne ai giocatori di naibi. (Pratesi) 44/3/156-163.

Florence, 1499-1506: Firenze - nuove informazioni sulle carte fiorentine. (Pratesi) 44/1/61-71.

Florentine Republic, I primi giochi di carte nella repubblica fiorentina. (Pratesi) 40/3/179-197.

Flower oracle cards, An enigmatic betrothal on Lucas van Leyden's painting The Card Reader. (Nagel) 33/2/96-108.

Flower oracle cards, Back to the roots of a modern flower oracle deck: Mlle Le Normand and J. J. Grandville. (Nagel) 32/4/142-152.

Flower quartet games, German (Krumbein) 30/2/69-78.

Forgery, Fake English cards. (Lodge) 44/4/239.

Forgery, Fake English cards. (Ollis) 40/4/215.

Forgery, Fake English cards and a note on Ludlow's Knights aces. (Lodge) 40/3/170-175.

Forgery, The Wheelers: a family of card makers and card forgers? (Cooper) 31/1/20-33.

Forgery of the Ace of Spades, A severe penalty for (Beresiner) 34/1/51.

Fortune-telling, Tarot cartomancy in Bologna. (Dummett) 32/2/79-88.

Fouquet, Jean, Three centuries of playing-cards in the Netherlands 1600-1900. (Rijnen) 37/4/239-249.

Fournier's giant pack at Guildhall Library. (Tregear) XXVIII/3/105.

Fournier, Heraclio : notes on the manufacture of playing-cards. (Agudo Ruiz) 31/3/113-124.

France (liner), A pack by Grimaud for the (Cooper) 34/2/137-139.

France, "Trionfi alla franciosa finite e non finiti" - le tarot en France avant 1500. (Depaulis) 44/3/201-209.

Franks, Sir Augustus Wollaston (Thorpe ) 33/4/231.

French-suited playing-cards before 1800, The manufacturing process of (Cooper) XXVIII/2/80-81.

French court cards, Court figures in pre-standardized France. (Lodge) 39/2/118-121.

French court cards, Early French court figures and the regional portraits (continued). (Lodge) 44/4/284-294.

French court cards, Early French court figures and the regional portraits (In memory of Sylvia Mann). (Lodge) 44/2/101-129.

French suited 60-card decks. (Burton) XXVIII/2/63-64.

French suits and English names. (Berry) XXVIII/2/84-89.

Gagg, Johannes, Swiss-suited pack. (Brum-Antonioli) 41/1/41.

Gallica database (the BnF's digital library) and its playing-card contents, A presentation of the. (Depaulis) 44/1/17-26.

Gambling, Le prince à la table de jeu. (Reynaud) 35/4/266-274.

Gambling in Malta under the Order of St. John (Bonello) 34/2/124-136.

Games and Print Services Ltd. (Wintle) 33/1/4-6.

Gaming history, Crouds in the streets, meetings at the tables: two faces of Venetian 18th century gaming. (Nadin) 36/4/243-253.

Ganjapa, Komi and Nakash - two gambling games of Orissa. (Hopewell) 35/1/67-68.

Ganjifa, A 19th century hand-painted French-suited pack from Oglewadi. (Hopewell ) 33/2/63.

Ganjifa, A 19th century hand-painted French-suited pack from Oglewadi. (Gordhandas) 32/5/182-184.

Ganjifa, An early 20th century pack of French suited cards by Narayan Ramachandra Kelkar. (Gordhandas) 34/1/19-20.

Ganjifa, A nineteenth century Kurnol Dashavatara Ganjifa pack. (Gordhandas) XXVIII/6/284-287, 294.

Ganjifa, Cards of the Chitrashala Press - Part 2. (Gordhandas ) 30/4/166-172.

Ganjifa, Dasamahavidyas - the ten Mahavidyas. (Gordhandas) 37/4/231-238.

Ganjifa, Five-player Dasavatartas from West Bengal. (McLeod) Playing the Game 36/3/218-226.

Ganjifa, General rules for playing a four-handed Moghul Ganjifa card game with 96 cards. (Gordhandas) 31/2/79-80.

Ganjifa, Twelve-suited 144 cards Gul aur Bulbul Ganjifa. (Gordhandas) 39/3/148-153.

Ganjifa - an attempt at the etymology. (Zimmermann) 30/2/51.

Ganjifa cards. (Gordhandas) 37/3/156-157.

Gardiner, Mary. (Hayter) 31/2/56.

Gerich, Karl (1956-2016), obituary. (Tregear and Tregear) 44/4/228-230.

German colonies, A journey to the. (Thiel) 41/1/4-17.

Germany, Playing-card manufacture in the 1880s. (Cooper) XXVIII/2/66-67.

Germany, When (and how) did tarot reach? (Depaulis) 39/2/64-79.

Germini. (Renzoni) 41/2/85-87.

Getaway: the Punjabi inflation game (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/2/92-95.

Getaway: the Punjabi inflation game. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/2/92-95.

Glossary, A 19th century glossary of playing-card terms (Goodall ) XXIX/4/149-152.

Glossary, A 19th century glossary of playing-card terms (Bruch) XXIX/6/219-220.

Gnav in Germany. (Kuromiya) Playing the Game 43/4/237-238.

Golden Patience - a new pack of cards from Moehsnang. (Eberhard) XXVIII/3/154-156.

Golf (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/2/77-78.

Goodall, Shirley. (Cooper) 33/1/15.

Gordhandas, Kishor, obituary. (Endebrock) 39/1/2

Goslar, Playing-cards from Goslar (Endebrock ) XXVIII/6/302-311.

Grandville, J. J., Back to the roots of a modern flower oracle deck: Mlle Le Normand and J. J. Grandville. (Nagel) 32/4/142-152.

Grazer Tarock. (Hopewell ) XXIX/2/47.

Grazer Tarock. (McLeod) XXIX/2/47-48.

Great Columbia, A pack of cards from. (Hausler) 40/4/214-215.

Great Exhibition in London, 1851, Playing cards and the (Thorpe ) 33/3/161-164.

Grevjass, a modern Faroese pointer to the Jass of Czar Peter I. (Smith) XXVIII/6/312-315.

Grimaud, B. P., A pack by Grimaud for the liner France. (Cooper) 34/2/137-139.

Grini concentration camp, Norway, Facsimile of a prisoner's hand-made cards from the (Nordheim ) XXVIII/4/206-208.

Grosstarock, The tarock of the Skat inventors, Part I: Grosstarock redefined. (Martin) 44/2/134-147.

Guritipau, Iberian Triumphs worldwide. (Depaulis) Playing the Game 38/2/134-137.

Gurr, Adrienne 1923-2016, obituary. (Rayner) 45/3/122.

Haddon Hall, A fascinating find at. (Lodge) 43/1/30-31.

Hainaut, Die "quarten" aus dem (Eiff) 34/4/246-248.

Haleber, Bob , In memorium. (van Diggele) 38/3/142.

Hanabi, Reversed card fireworks. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/3/160-162.

Happy family games, The catalog of happy family games. Part one and Part two (Gardiner and Hayter ) XXVIII/5/228-229.

Happy family games, The catalog of happy family games. Promotional packs (Gardiner and Hayter ) XXVIII/1/12-13.

Hearts Playingcards, A new playing card factory in the Netherlands. (Janssen) 32/5/185-186.

Hennegau, Die "quarten" aus dem (Eiff) 34/4/246-248.

Heraldic crosses of the 2000 Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards pack. (Hunt) 31/4/171-172.

Heraldry cards, 1691 Scottish Peers' heraldic playing cards. (Hodgson) 42/1/16-18.

Hindu cards, An unusual pack of (Hopewell ) XXVII/1/28-29.

Hodges, Charles, Hodges' artful dodges (Berry ) 30/2/62-68.

Hoffer, Carl, the playing-card maker, News from Austria's past (4). (Altfahrt) 44/1/53-60.

Hoffmann, Karel, A Czech National Revival pack c. 1890 engraved by. (Šťáhlavsky) 34/2/111-123.

Hoffmann, Prof. Dr. Detlef, obituary. (Schlede) 42/1/2-3.

Hofmann, Aloys , a Viennese cardmaker, News from Austria's past (2). (Altfahrt) 43/3/150-160.

Holmblad, Jacob, French suited tarot packs in Denmark and the animal tarot. (Jensen) 36/3/180-189.

Holmblad, L. P., Holmblad: the designs and law suits. (Jensen) 31/6/242-243.

Holmblad, L. P. - Danish playing card maker: the tarok packs. (Hinrup) 31/5/202-215.

Holmblad playing card patterns. (Hinrup) 33/4/247-262.

Hombre, The survival of Hombre (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/1/18-20.

Horváth, Ferenc, obituary. (Blaas) 44/1/5.

Hoyle, Edmond, Hoyle abroad, II: Hoyle in French. (Depaulis) 43/4/220-236.

Hoyle, Edmond, Whist-regeln in kontinentaleuropa bis. (Zollinger) 33/3/198-210.

Huchot and other card game illustrators (Tregear ) XXVII/4/150-157.

Hucklebuck, Schnellen & Donut. (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/4/288-292.

Hudson Industries - an Australian playing card maker. (Hudson) 42/4/215-216.

Hungary, Tarokk in Hungary (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/4/145-148.

Hungary, The Ungers: a 19th century playing-card making family in Győr, Hungary. (Wunderlich) 40/2/112-138.

Hunt, A pack not made by (Tregear ) XXVII/2/60-62.

Hunt, A pack not made by (Denning) XXVII/4/120.

Hunt, Joseph and Sons, Joseph Hunt revisited and the development of the wood-block designs. (Lodge) 45/2/78-81.

"Hunting Pack" made by Mihály Zichy. (Grigorenko) 35/4/240-247.

Iberian Triumphs worldwide. (Depaulis) Playing the Game 38/2/134-137.

Ibigurasha and amaturufu, The Rawandan appropriation of a Portuguese game. (de Voogt) 41/4/254-259.

Illustrated card backs made in Milan. (Crippa) 42/2/83-91.

Illustrators, Huchot and other card game illustrators (Tregear ) XXVII/4/150-157.

Imported cards in 19th century Britain. (Lodge) 42/3/153-156.

Indian games - double tricks and collecting tens. (McLeod) Playing the Game 38/1/63-66.

Indian Jass games, More : Doso Viso and Thuni (McLeod ) Playing the Game 31/3/134-135.

Indian Jass games: 29, 28, 56 (McLeod ) Playing the Game 31/2/60-64.

Inflation games, Getaway: the Punjabi inflation game. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/2/92-95.

International Tarot Society. (Jensen) 32/3/95.

IPCS, Chairman's review of the year (2000) (Rayner ) XXIX/4/138-139.

IPCS, The early history of the (Gurr ) XXVIII/4/160-162.

IPCS, When we were very young. (Beal) 34/4/285-286.

IPCS/52 Plus Joker joint convention 2000. (Lubliner) XXIX/33/86.

IPCS British group meeting in Leicester. (Cooper) XXVIII/2/60.

IPCS Chairman, Taking the Chair. (Depaulis) 32/4/130.

IPCS Convention, 1998, Issy-les-Moulineaux. (Hopewell) XXVII/3/76-77.

IPCS Convention, 1999, Wroclaw, Poland. (Lubliner) XXVIII/3/106-107.

IPCS Convention, 2000, New Haven, Connecticut. (Kissel) XXVIII/5/256.

IPCS Convention, 2000, New Haven, Connecticut. (Kissel) XXVIII/6/266-267.

IPCS Convention, 2001, The joint IPCS/ASESCOIN convention September 2001. (Kissel) 30/3/116-117.

IPCS Convention, 2003, London conference deals aces. (Lubliner) 32/3/96.

IPCS Convention, 2004, Schaffhausen. (Goodall) 33/2/65-67.

IPCS Convention, 2005, in Turnhout. (Lubliner) 34/2/87-89.

IPCS Convention, 2006, in Issy-les-Moulineaux. (Endebrock) 35/2/94-95.

IPCS Convention, 2007, in Ravenna.. (Tregear) 36/2/79-80.

IPCS Convention, 2008, Amsterdam. (Dawson) 37/2/81-82.

IPCS Convention, 2008, Amsterdam. (Endebrock) 37/2/82-83.

IPCS Convention, 2009, Toronto. (de Ryck) 38/2/132-133.

IPCS Convention, 2010, Lisbon. (Ernestus) 39/2/60-63.

IPCS Convention, 2011, Malmö. (de Ryck) 40/2/77-79.

IPCS Convention, 2012, Issy-les-Moulineaux. (de Ryck) 41/2/78-80.

IPCS Convention, 2013, La Tour-de-Peilz. (Martin) 42/2/76-77.

IPCS Convention, 2013, La Tour-de-Peilz. (Endebrock) 42/2/77-78.

IPCS Convention, 2014, Berlin. (Endebrock) 43/2/72-74.

IPCS Convention, 2015, Turnhout. (Endebrock) 45/2/106-107.

IPCS Convention, 2015, Turnhout. (Endebrock) 44/2/87-88.

IPCS forty years ago. (Collett, Janssen and Lodge) 40/3/150-156.

IPCS millennium deck. (Rayner) XXVI/6/191.

IPCS millennium pack. (Rayner) XXVIII/5/211.

IPCS President 2004. (Décourt) 33/2/62.

Iran, Card games in (McLeod ) Playing the Game 31/6/244-247.

Iraq, Iraqi most wanted playing cards. (Hinrup) 44/2/130-133.

Irish Heroic Set, The Fennell series of Irish Heroic & Historic playing cards. (Goodall) 37/3/169-175.

Irish Historic Set, The Fennell series of Irish Heroic & Historic playing cards. (Goodall) 37/3/169-175.

Isle of Man, playing cards of. (Goodall) 43/1/19.

Italian card games, Entre farsa et barzelletta: jeux de cartes italiens autours de 1500. (Depaulis) 37/2/89-102.

Italian games and recent books. (McLeod) Playing the Game 36/2/155-159.

Italy, 48-card packs in (Dummett) 33/1/24-26.

Italy, Entre tarot et jeux de cour: une carte à jouer italienne. (Le Pogam) 33/1/27-38.

Italy, The magion experience in Italy: a mahjong district in (Emilia) Romagna. (Mastromarino) 38/2/79-91.

Janssen, Han, Society profiles No. 1 (Janssen) XXVI/4/144-145.

Japan, Kakkuri: the last Yomi game of (Kuromiya) 33/4/232-235.

Jass, Grevjass, a modern Faroese pointer to the Jass of Czar Peter I. (Smith) XXVIII/6/312-315.

Jass games-a survey (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVIII/6/280-281.

Jensen, K. Frank 1933-2016, To the memory of, obituary. (Jerremalm) 45/3/120.

Joffre, Kaiser and the Lost Heir. (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/1/68-72.

Joffre cards, Literature, and a note on Joffre cards. (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/4/293-296.

Joker, The origin of the first English Joker: an Anglo-American partnership (Goodall ) XXIX/6/244-246.

Jokers, Joker collecting and manufacturers. (Darbyshire) 37/4/229-230.

Jones, Dilys Henrik - an appreciation. (Rayner) 30/2/53.

Jones, Owen (1809-1874): architect, decorative artist & designer of playing cards (Cooper and Lodge) 34/3/181-192.

Jones, Owen, Winning hearts and minds: the theory behind the playing-card backs designed by Owen Jones. (Flores) 39/4/219-225.

Juego de naypes of Fernando de la Torre: a fifteenth-century Spanish card game. (Caldwell) 39/1/35-56.

Kaiser, Joffre and the Lost Heir. (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/1/68-72.

Kakkuri: the last Yomi game of Japan. (Kuromiya) 33/4/232-235.

Kalamazoo Tray, Nineteenth century Duplicate Whist playing card holders. (Laderman) 43/3/161-172.

Kaplan, Stuart R., Auction news: The Stuart and Marilyn Kaplan Collection. (Lubliner) 35/1/14-15.

Kaplan, Stuart R., Thoughts on the auction of "Historic cards and games from the collection of Stuart R. and Marilyn Kaplan." (Jensen) 35/1/15-16.

Kaulitzy, Constantin , a cardmaker in Neusatz, News from Austria's past (3). (Altfahrt) 43/4/239-241.

Kelkar, Narayan Ramachandra, An early 20th century pack of French suited cards by . (Gordhandas) 34/1/19-20.

Kendal Playing Card Sales. (Cooper) 42/4/204.

King-ten-five or ace-ten-five (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVII/6/238-239.

Kingdom of Savoy, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (1). (De Giorgio) 42/3/163-191.

Kingdom of Savoy, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (1). (De Giorgio) 42/4/237-258.

Kint, André , in memorium. (Endebrock) 39/1/2

Kircher, Athanasius, Amends to (Decker and Dummett) 31/2/82-83.

Kirk, John - an 18th century card maker (Goodall ) 34/4/244-245.

Klaberjass, Klabberjaß im alten land bei Hamburg. (Senst) XXIX/1/21-26.

Königrufen, Austrian calling games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 41/4/235-238.

Königrufen, Origin of. (McLeod) Playing the Game 39/1/12-13.

Königrufen, Trip to Austria - Tarock, yaks and Ladinisch Kritisch. (McLeod) Playing the Game 45/2/95-99.

Kop and Baśka, Minimal card games. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/1/19-21.

Kurnol Dashavatara Ganjifa, A nineteenth century pack. (Gordhandas) XXVIII/6/284-287, 294.

Ladies pack, Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 1887 ladies pack. (Dehavilland) 33/4/276-278.

Ladies pack, Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 1890 pack for the summer Ladies Dinner. (Irwin) 34/1/60-61.

Lapland, Tuppi: Lapland's national game (Gordhandas ) 31/5/218.

Latvia, Playing cards of (Mētra ) 32/1/18-23.

Latvia, Playing cards of. (Cooper) 34/1/4-5.

Latvia, Playing cards of. (Krüger) 32/5/180-181.

Latvia, Playing cards of. (Mētra ) 37/2/79.

Latvian wartime playing-cards. (Mētra ) 36/3/178-179.

Lawrence, Stuart - an appreciation (Berry ) 30/1/46.

Layouts, Card games with. (McLeod) Playing the Game 36/4/304-308.

Le Franc, Martin et les Tarots Visconti (Lhôte ) 30/4/152-160.

Leningrad, Propaganda pack for the siege of (Mētra ) 32/3/101-104.

Lenthall, Dates of packs on Lenthall's list (Wayland ) XXIX/2/70-71.

Lenthall, John, Lenthall v. Redmayne et al. (Berry) 31/4/151-156.

Literature, and a note on Joffre cards. (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/4/293-296.

Llewellyn, John, A transition, a problem and more on Llewellyn. (Lodge) 39/3/159-162.

Llewellyn, John, The story behind a simple receipt. (Sings) 39/2/97-100.

London playing-card makers, Perilous times of nineteenth century (Cooper and Goodall ) XXVII/4/158-164.

Lost Heir, Kaiser and Joffre (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/1/68-72.

Loving-cup decorated wit playing cards. (Goodall) 33/4/219-220.

Loving-cup decorated wit playing cards. (Denning) 34/1/3.

Luxembourg, The Benelux games of trumps (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/2/91-95.

Ma diao, The late Ming game of ma diao (Lo ) XXIX/3/115-136.

Ma diao, The late Ming game of ma diao. (Lo ) XXIX/6/215-217.

Ma diao, The late Ming game of ma diao. (Otani) XXIX/6/214-215.

Magical ritual, The devil and the two of hearts. (Caldwell) 37/2/126-141.

Magic the Gathering, The influence of. (McLeod) Playing the Game 39/4/226-231.

Mahjong(g), before and after Mahjong(g): Part 1. (Stanwick) 34/4/259-268.

Mahjong(g), before and after Mahjong(g): Part 2. (Stanwick) 35/1/27-41.

Mahjong(g), From cards to tiles: the origin of Mahjong(g)'s earliest suit names. (Stanwick and Xu) 41/1/52-67.

Mahjong(g) before Mahjong(g): Part 1. (Stanwick) 32/4/153-162.

Mahjong(g) before Mahjong(g): Part 2. (Stanwick) 32/5/206-215.

Mahjong, Rummy Mahjong - playing cards on tiles. (Pwee) 33/2/109-110.

Mahjong, The magion experience in Italy: a mahjong district in (Emilia) Romagna. (Mastromarino) 38/2/79-91.

Mahjong and the Taipings, Embarrassing tiles (Depaulis) 35/3/148-153.

Mahjong history. (Berry) XXIX/3/87-89.

Maimonides - oder eine spur der spielkarten im 12 jahrhundert? (Weberpals) 30/1/14-18.

Maldive Islands, Maldivian card games: rules, language and history. (de Voogt) 37/3/186-194.

Malta, Gambling in under the Order of St. John (Bonello) 34/2/124-136.

Malta, Maltese playing card makers 1684-1750. (Bonello) 32/3/191-197.

Malta, Maltese playing card makers 1684-1750. (Thorpe) 33/4/220.

Malta, Playing-cards of (Thorpe ) XXIX/3/102-105.

Maltese dragon cards. (Denning and Schirò) 30/1/33-42.

Mamlûk cards, Tûmân, or the ten thousand cups of the (Pollett) 31/1/34-41.

Mamluk problems. (Berry) 30/3/139-142.

Mantua, Early documents on playing cards in (Padovani and Milano) 34/3/205-207.

Manufacture of playing-cards, Printing methods used in the. (Field) 37/3/176-178.

Map cards, Cartographic and map playing cards 1590-1798. (Beresiner) 38/2/119-131.

Map cards of William Redmayne circa 1676 (Booth ) 31/3/102-103.

Ma que, Flowers and kings: a hypothesis of their function in early ma que. (Stanwick and Xu) 37/1/29-40.

March of Intellect card game, Gabriel Shire Tregear and the. (Tregear) 37/3/162-168.

Marimba…without mallets (Depaulis) Playing the Game 40/1/58-64.

Markers, Du piquet au whist: les marqueurs de jeu de cartes entre France et Grande-Bretagne. (Depaulis) 36/2/129-143.

Markers, Un marqueur de tressette? (ou "La Constance l'emporte"…). (Depaulis) 43/3/140-149.

Marseille, Les cartes de Marseille au Mexique au début du XVIIIe siècle. (Depaulis) 31/4/173-174.

Marseille, Tarot de - facts and fallacies. Part I. (Depaulis) 42/1/23-43.

Marseille, Tarot de - facts and fallacies. Part II. (Depaulis) 42/2/101-120.

Marseille, Tarot of - facts and fallacies. Part II (Depaulis ) 42/2/101-120

Marziano da Tortona's Tractatus de deificatione sexdecim heroum: Part 1. (Caldwell) 33/1/50-55.

Marziano da Tortona's Tractatus de deificatione sexdecim heroum: Part 2. (Caldwell) 33/2/111-126.

Marziano da Tortona, I trionfi di Marziano., (Pratesi ) XXVIII/3/144-151.

McLeod, John, Modiano Prize (2000) winner. (Rayner) XXIX/3/87.

Medley prints, Playing-cards and (Berry) XXVIII/5/230-232.

Mefferdt, Pieter, Three centuries of playing-cards in the Netherlands 1600-1900. (Rijnen) 37/4/239-249.

Mexico, Les cartes de Marseille au Mexique au début du XVIIIe siècle. (Depaulis) 31/4/173-174.

Milan, Illustrated backs of cards made in (Crippa ) 42/2/83-91

Milan, Illustrated backs of cards made in. (Crippa) 42/2/83-91.

Milanese playing card drawings in the British Museum. (Crippa) 41/3/170-183.

Milano , Alberto 1947-2016, obituary. (Crippa) 45/1/6.

Minchiate. (McLeod) Playing the Game 38/4/277-280.

Ming, The late Ming game of ma diao (Lo ) XXIX/3/115-136.

Ming period, Pan Zhiheng's "Xu Yezi Pu" (sequel to a Manual of Leaves) - Part 1. (Lo) 31/5/221-229.

Ming period, Pan Zhiheng's "Xu Yezi Pu" (sequel to a Manual of Leaves) - Part 2. (Lo) 31/6/278-284.

Ming period, The "Yezi Pu" (Manual of Leaves): a card manual for games of the late Ming period [1368-1644]. (Lo) 31/2/86-96.

Miniature cards from the 19th century. (Clays) 38/1/27-39.

Minimal card games: Kop and Baśka. (McLeod) Playing the Game 42/1/19-21.

Mischka, Martin, News from Austria's past (6): a strange Austrian tarot. (Altfahrt) 44/4/275-283.

Miss Cleo scandal, Tarot reviews: the (Jensen) 32/1/4-6.

Mitch, Invention and evolution (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/5/193-195.

Mlle Le Normand, Back to the roots of a modern flower oracle deck: Mlle Le Normand and J. J. Grandville. (Nagel) 32/4/142-152.

Mlle Le Normand. (Reynaud) 32/5/178.

Modern Skruuvi (Saari) Playing the Game 37/1/58-63.

Modiano Prize (1997). (Rayner ) XXVI/5/171.

Modiano Prize (1998) (Cooper) XXVII/1/2.

Modiano Prize (1998), On receiving the (Reisinger) XXVII/3/78.

Modiano Prize (1999), On the award of the. (Ferro Torrelles) XXVIII/4/159.

Modiano Prize (1999). (Rayner ) XXVIII/2/59.

Modiano Prize (2000), John McLeod winner. (Rayner) XXIX/3/87.

Modiano Prize (2000), On receiving the (McLeod) XXIX/4/140.

Modiano Prize (2001), On receiving the (Palasi) 30/4/148.

Modiano Prize (2001) winner () 30/2/52.

Moehsnang, Golden Patience - a new pack of cards from (Eberhard) XXVIII/3/154-156.

Moghul Ganjifa, Arundhati and Saptarishis (Seven Sages) - 96 card Moghul Ganjifa. (Gordhandas) 37/1/21-28.

Moghul Ganjifa, General rules for playing a four-handed Moghul Ganjifa card game with 96 cards. (Gordhandas) 31/2/79-80.

Moghul Ganjifa, Twelve-suited 144 cards Gul aur Bulbul Ganjifa. (Gordhandas) 39/3/148-153.

Money-suited cards, Chinese. (Berry) 31/5/230-236.

Montagu's (William) Geographical pack of 1793 (Montague) XXVII/4/142-148.

Movie souvenir playing cards, Vintage movie star playing cards from Brazil. (Stolzenburg) 43/4/197-201.

Musée du Petit Palais, Paris, Hidden treasures in the. (Depaulis) 45/3/176-182.

Musical composition with playing cards (Sherlaw-Johnson ) XXVIII/4/174-189.

Naibi, 1377: Firenze - condanne ai giocatori di naibi. (Pratesi) 44/3/156-163.

Naipes Gacela. (Denning) 34/1/2.

Naipes Gacela. (Ferg) 33/4/223.

Naipes Gacela. (Wintle) 34/1/2-3.

Naples, Playing cards and tarots in, 15th-18th centuries. (De Giorgio) 34/2/101-110.

Netherlands, A new playing card factory in the (Janssen) 32/5/185-186.

Netherlands, Three centuries of playing-cards in the, 1600-1900. (Rijnen) 37/4/239-249.

Netherlands, Tulip growers' Pandoeren (McLeod) Playing the Game 31/1/42-47.

Neumann, Emanuel, A 19th century Czech nationalistic pack by (Šťáhlavsky) 32/6/262-265.

Neusatz, News from Austria's past (3): Constantin Kaulitzy, a cardmaker in . (Altfahrt) 43/4/239-241.

New Zealand, Playing-card taxes in. (Endebrock) 44/3/210-219.

New Zealand, Playing-card taxes in. (Endebrock) 44/4/241.

Nice, Was there a "Portrait de Nice"? (Haas) 37/3/179-185.

"Nine Worthies" and French cards (Berry ) XXVII/5/218-224.

Non-standard playing cards (Denning) XXIX/4/153-157.

Non-standard playing cards, Classifying. (Porter) 38/3/203-208.

Norskforening for Spillkortsamlere (Manfredo ) XXVI/4/114-115,125.

Number symbolism and the Tarot trumps (Decker) XXVII/5/192-193,202-207.

Olympic Games, Playing-cards and the (Thorpe ) 32/6/266-268.

Oochlee - a game from northern Syria (McLeod) Playing the Game 30/2/89-91.

Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and Carl Schaller (Thiel ) 42/2/121-129.

Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and Carl Schaller. (Thiel) 42/2/121-129.

Oracle cards, Back to the roots of a modern flower oracle deck: Mlle Le Normand and J. J. Grandville. (Nagel) 32/4/142-152.

Orissa, Komi and Nakash - two gambling games of Orissa. (Hopewell) 35/1/67-68.

Orissa, The extended dasavatara packs of (Hopewell) 31/2/69-78.

Orzak, Louis, obituary. (Kissel) 32/4/131.

Owl or eagle? The Uhu in Austrian Tarock (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/1/33-36.

Padovano, Francesco, Un "Padovano" cartaro accusato di frode. (De Giorgio) 41/2/115-123.

Page one (Japanese game). (Kuromiya) 37/1/55-57.

Pamplona pattern, Le portrait de Pampelune. (Depaulis) 38/1/20-26.

Pandoeren, Tulip growers' (McLeod) Playing the Game 31/1/42-47.

Partition games (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/4/173-175.

Peeën, Brelan in Belgium - the game of Peeën. (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/6/255-258.

Perlaggen - the first UNESCO recognised card game. (McLeod) Playing the Game 45/1/25-30.

Perpignan, The playing card in Perpignan, from the 14th to the 19th century. (Garrigue) 41/2/133-137.

Peterhof Playing Card Museum. (Grigorenko) 36/2/86-87.

Peterhof Playing Card Museum. (Kaplan) 36/3/insert.

Peterhof Playing Card Museum. (Tanner) 39/3/132-134.

Phillips, Henry Druit: Master of the W. C. M. P. C. and collector of playing cards. (Thorpe) 33/2/72-73.

Piedmontese Tarot, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (1). (De Giorgio) 42/3/163-191.

Piedmontese Tarot, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (2). (De Giorgio) 42/4/237-258.

Piquet, Der fürst und das kartenspiel: Piquet-Regeln (um 1620). (Zollinger) 31/3/104-112.

Playing-card backs (Ruh) 36/1/22-29.

Playing-card backs, A sequel to Max Ruh's "Playing-card backs." (Depaulis) 36/4/289-290.

Playing-card backs, Back to card backs: Rosart's tarotées. (Depaulis) 37/3/159-161.

Playing-card games, Rules, conventions and customs. (McLeod) Playing the Game 30/1/43-45.

Playing-card manufacture, Printing methods used in the. (Field) 37/3/176-178.

Playing-cards, 12th century, Maimonides - oder eine spur der spielkarten im 12 jahrhundert? (Weberpals) 30/1/14-18.

Playing-cards, secondary uses of. (Bossi) 37/1/41-51.

Playing-cards, secondary uses of. (van Diggele) 43/1/34-41.

Playing-cards, secondary uses of. (van Diggele) 43/2/82-86.

Playing-card terms, A 19th century glossary of (Goodall ) XXIX/4/149-152.

Playing-card terms, A 19th century glossary of (Bruch) XXIX/6/219-220.

Playing-card wrappers, very old (Depaulis) 35/2/111-114.

Playing card manufacture, Did card-makers always make their own cards? A puzzle with wood-block packs. (Lodge) 35/2/121-126.

Playing card manufacture, France. (Goodall) 36/2/83-84.

Playing card manufacture, Modern scientific analysis of 19th century playing cards in the Winterthur Museum. (Sokolowski) 32/1/8-17.

Playing cards, 14th century and the introduction of playing cards into Europe. (Janssen) 34/3/173-180.

Playing cards, 16th century, A discovery of (Rootenberg) 34/3/193-197.

Playing cards, Europe, The proto-historiography of playing cards: early hypotheses and beliefs … (Caldwell) 38/2/92-118.

Playing cards, history, The proto-historiography of playing cards: early hypotheses and beliefs ... (Caldwell) 38/2/92-118.

Playing cards, secondary uses of. (van Diggele) 43/3/136-139.

Playing with numbers (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVI/5/155-157.

Plumed hat pattern, Shipwreck in Alderney, a pack with a story. (Pérez González) 44/3/179-182.

Poker cards - deviations from the standard. (Endebrock) 43/2/95-104.

Polish taroki. (McLeod) Playing the Game 40/4/257-260.

Political pack, A rare 1909 American Russian political pack. (Galt et al.) 30/5/202-211.

Port books. (Darbyshire) 38/4/245-248.

Portrait cards - a new designation? (Bostock) 45/3/170-171.

Portrait de Nice, Was there a "Portrait de Nice"? (Haas) 37/3/179-185.

Portugal playing card tax - Imposto do cartas de jogar. (Dahl) 39/1/18-33.

Portuguese Insurrection packs, Two (Collett) XXVIII/5/262-264.

Portuguese type, How little we know: a new hypothesis for the origin of the (Dummett ) 31/1/13-16.

Poster stamps, card games on. (Endebrock) Playing the Game 43/1/51-55.

Poster stamps, card games on. (Leden) 43/2/88-91.

Poster stamps, card games on. (Endebrock) 43/3/127-128.

Prague 1895 Ethnographical Exhibition, A Czech Hussite pack for the (Šťáhlavsky) 34/4/249-258.

Prague 1908 Jubilee Exhibition, A pack for the (Šťáhlavsky) 31/262-266.

Printing methods used in the manufacture of playing-cards. (Field) 37/3/176-178.

Printing of playing-cards (Beal ) XXIX/3/106-114.

Prisoners of war, "Made from PW" - ein handgemachtes Internationales bild (Kaschel ) XXVII/6/252-253.

Prisoners of war, a pack made by a Napoleonic prisoner-of-war (Thomas ) 34/3/216-217.

Prisoners of war, a pack made by a Napoleonic prisoner-of-war (Verame) 34/4/227-228.

Prisoners of war, Facsimile of a prisoner's hand-made cards from the Grini concentration camp, Norway (Nordheim ) XXVIII/4/206-208.

Propaganda pack for the siege of Leningrad (Mētra ) 32/3/101-104.

"Proverbial Cards," William Warter's "Proverbial Cards" (Berry ) XXIX/5/204-207.

Quartet games, German flower quartet games. (Krumbein) 30/2/69-78.

Quartet games and their history. (Krumbein) 37/2/103-123.

Quitlok (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVII/5/188-190.

Rabouge - history, rules, cards. (Endebrock ) 35/4/248-254.

Race games with playing-cards. (McLeod) Playing the Game 39/3/140-145.

Race games with playing-cards. (McLeod) 39/4/194-195.

Rams games, Schnellen, Hucklebuck & Donut. (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/4/288-292.

Ravensburger Games takes over Berliner Spielkarten. () XXVII/1/5.

Rawandan appropriation of a Portuguese game: amaturufu and ibigurasha, The . (de Voogt) 41/4/254-259.

Realism in European cards. (Lodge) 42/2/97-100.

Realism in European cards. (Lodge) 43/3/125.

Redmayne, William, Lenthall v. Redmayne et al. (Berry) 31/4/151-156.

Redmayne, William, Map cards of circa 1676 (Booth ) 31/3/102-103.

Regensburg pattern, The (Hausler ) XXVI/5/159-170.

Reisinger, Klaus 1941-2006, In memoriam (Blass) 34/3/152-153.

Republic of Florence, I primi giochi di carte nella repubblica fiorentina. (Pratesi) 40/3/179-197.

Restoration of playing cards. (Feindura) 41/2/138-141.

Revolution, , Invention and evolution (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/5/193-195.

Richard Edward Ltd., A Phoenix arises. (Goodall) XXIX/1/43-44.

Rock Brothers and Payne - a Victorian stationer and playing-card maker (Berry) XXIX/1/7.

Rock Brothers and Payne - a Victorian stationer and playing-card maker (Goodall ) XXVIII/6/296-301.

Romania, Tarok in (McLeod) Playing the Game 30/4/180-185.

Rome, Playing cards in, 15th-17th centuries. (Depaulis) 36/3/205-211.

Rosart, Jacques-François, Back to card backs: Rosart's tarotées. (Depaulis) 37/3/159-161.

Rothschild tarots, Giovanni del Ponte and the dating of the Rothschild cards in the Louvre: some further considerations. (Caldwell) 36/1/51-62.

Rothschild tarots, I tarocchi della Collezione Rothschild al Louvre: nuove proposte di lettura. (Fiorini) 35/1/52-63.

Royal finery on playing cards. (Goshawk) 41/3/193-197.

Royal Masonic Playing Cards: a very rare pack, Goodall's. (Goodall) 33/1/47-49.

Royalty on Danish playing cards (Jensen ) 32/1/24-32.

Ruh, Max 27 June 1938 to 4 December 2013, obituary. (Schlede) 42/3/144-145.

Rules, conventions and customs. (McLeod) Playing the Game 30/1/43-45.

Rummy, Array rummy game. (Cardellicchio and Horn) 36/4/299-303.

Rummy Mahjong - playing cards on tiles. (Pwee) 33/2/109-110.

Runge, Philipp Otto Runge's first playing card (Berry and Depaulis ) XXVIII/1/50-56.

Russia, Cards and card-playing in Muscovite Russia (Unbegaun) 36/2/144-148.

Russia, Four Russian playing-card packs. (Grigorenko) 43/4/207-216.

Russia, Playing-cards of academician Sharleman. (Grigorenko) 36/4/274-285.

Russian playing-card publications, A survey of (Grigorenko) 34/1/52-57.

Russian playing card history- from the beginnings to 1917 (Burnett ) 40/1/41-57.

Russian political pack, A rare 1909 American pack (Galt et al.) 30/5/202-211.

San Marino, Taxes on playing-cards in the Republic of. (Endebrock) 38/1/60-62.

Savoy, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (1). (De Giorgio) 42/3/163-191.

Savoy, I tarocchi nel Regno Sabaudo dal 1815 all'Unità d'Italia (2). (De Giorgio) 42/4/237-258.

Sawantwadi, A visit to (Hopewell ) XXVII/2/69-72.

Sawantwadi, further notes on. (Hopewell ) XXVII/4/122.

Scenic aces, Dutch. (Muller) 38/3/152-190.

Scenic aces, Dutch. (Burton) 38/4/228-229.

Schaller, Carl, Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and (Thiel ) 42/2/121-129.

Scharff, Walter - the fate of an unorthodox maker of playing cards. (Haas) 42/1/44-64.

Scharwenzel (Playing the Game). (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/2/127-130.

Schinkay, Michael, News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. (Altfahrt) 45/3/142-160.

Schnellen, Hucklebuck & Donut. (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/4/288-292.

Schreiber, Lady Charlotte : card collector extraordinary. (Ladd) 33/4/228-230.

Scopa, La première mention de la (Depaulis) XXVIII/3/152-153.

Scotland, Early cardmakers in (Goodall ) 34/1/23-25.

Scottish Peers' heraldic playing cards. (Hodgson) 42/1/16-18.

Second-hand playing-cards, The sale of. (Cooper) XXIX/1/3-4.

Seven Bridge. (Kuromiya) 36/1/65-66.

Seyffertitz, Werner, obituary . (Blaas) 45/2/68.

Sharleman, Adolf Iosifovich, Playing-cards of academician Sharleman. (Grigorenko) 36/4/274-285.

Sherlaw-Johnson, Robert, obituary. (Cooper) XXIX/4/143.

Sicilian trumps. (Dummett ) 33/3/156-160.

Sicilian trumps. (Dummett) 33/2/127-131.

Sistine Chapel, Carte da gioco del '700 nella Cappella Sistina. (Crippa) 34/1/58-59.

Skat, The tarock of the Skat inventors, Part I: Grosstarock redefined. (Martin) 44/2/134-147.

Skat, The tarock of the Skat inventors, Part II: the Weimar classics and a ludemic view on Tarock, Hombre, and Skat. (Martin) 44/3/164-178.

Skat, Tournament reports: All Fours and Skat. (McLeod) Playing the Game 32/3/98-100.

Skruuvi, Modern. (Saari) Playing the Game 37/1/58-63.

Soldier's Prayerbook gave rise to a press-law suit in 1779. (Jerremalm) 39/4/234-237.

Solesio, Felix, at home. (Townsend) 40/3/163-165.

Souvenir decks, Dutch scenic aces. (Muller) 38/3/152-190.

Spain, early playing cards (Díaz-Maroto) 34/4/269-284.

Spain, early playing cards. (Denning) 35/1/5.

Spalinger, Otto - an artist and his playing-cards. (Endebrock) 43/4/217-219.

Spanish cardmakers, L'inquisition, le monopole et les cartiers en Espagne au XVIe siècle. (Zollinger) XXIX/1/27-37.

Spielkartenfabrik C. L. Wüst and the Theilungs-Recess. (Shaw) 34/4/287-292.

Stag Rider from the so-called "Tarot of Alessandro Sforza" at the Museo Civico di Castello Ursino of Catania. (Maggio) 42/4/221-236.

Standard patterns, A response to Walter Haas. (Lodge) 41/2/126-132.

Standard patterns, On types, patterns and standards. (Haas) 40/4/227-239.

Standard patterns, Undescribed. (Endebrock) 36/4/239.

Standard patterns. (Lodge) 42/1/13-14.

Standard patterns in 19th century Turkey. (Depaulis) 30/5/222-244.

Stencil patterns, Identifying a maker using . (Bostock) 42/3/192-195.

Stoppa. (Cardellicchio ) 33/1/39-46.

Storage and cataloguing of playing-cards. (Porter) 37/1/52-54.

Stralsund single-faced pattern. (Kaschel) 36/1/30-38.

Strangers' Hall, Norwich, Playing cards at. (Bostock and Lodge) 41/4/239-250.

Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part I (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVII/6/269-276.

Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part II (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVIII/1/40-49.

Stubai Valley Droggn and Dobbm - two living fossils of the Austrian card game landscape. Part III (McLeod and Geiser ) XXVIII/2/96-100.

Stýrovoltur: the Karnöffel of the Faroes, part 1 (Smith ) XXVI/6/223-227.

Stýrovoltur: the Karnöffel of the Faroes, part 2 (Smith ) XXVII/1/30-36..

Suma, Wolfgang: a personal reminiscence (Beale) XXIX/4/163-164.

Suuma, Wolfgang, obituary. (Schlede) XXIX/2/49-51.

Swazi Casino (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVIII/5/258-261.

Swiss games and more relatives of Rook (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVIII/1/14-16.

Talon/BDK meeting 1998. (Endebrock) XXVII/1/3-4.

Talon/BDK meeting 2000. (Endebrock) XXIX/1/8-9.

Talon/BDK meeting 2001. (Endebrock) 30/1/12-13.

Talon/BDK meeting 2002. (Endebrock) 31/1/8-9.

Talon/BDK meeting 2003. (Endebrock) 32/2/45-46.

Talon/BDK meeting 2004. (Endebrock) 33/1/16.

Talon/BDK meeting 2005. (Endebrock) 34/1/7-8.

Talon/BDK meeting 2006. (Endebrock) 35/1/19.

Talon/BDK meeting 2007. (Endebrock) 35/4/220-221.

Tarabish. (Goodall) 35/3/199-202.

Tarocchino Bolognese: due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 1. (Cuppi) 30/2/79-88.

Tarocchino Bolognese: due nuovi manoscritti scoperti e alcune osservazioni-Parte 2. (Cuppi) 30/4/186-192.

Tarocchi with table talk - the 62-card game in Piedicavallo. (McLeod) Playing the Game 40/3/200-203.

Tarocco Siciliano, The Sicilian trumps (Dummett) 33/2/127-131.

Tarocco Siciliano, The Sicilian trumps (Dummett) 33/3/156-160.

Tarocco Ticinese (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/1/18-20.

Tarock Hombre, The tarock of the Skat inventors, Part II: the Weimar classics and a ludemic view on Tarock, Hombre, and Skat. (Martin) 44/3/164-178.

Tarock news. (McLeod) Playing the Game 37/4/275-276.

Taroki, Polish. (McLeod) Playing the Game 40/4/257-260.

Tarok in Romania (McLeod) Playing the Game 30/4/180-185.

Tarokk in Hungary (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/4/145-148.

Tarot, Austrian, News from Austria's past (6): a strange Austrian tarot. (Altfahrt) 44/4/275-283.

Tarot cards, A brief sketch of the history of (Sylvia Mann Lecture 2004). (Dummett ) 33/4/236-246.

Tarot cartomancy in Bologna. (Dummett) 32/2/79-88.

Tarot de Marseille, A mi-chemin Venise et Florence: le Chariot ferrarais du Musée français de la carte à jouer. (Poncet) 41/4/227-234.

Tarot de Marseille - facts and fallacies. Part I. (Depaulis) 42/1/23-43.

Tarot de Marseille - facts and fallacies. Part II. (Depaulis) 42/2/101-120.

Tarot editions, The early Waite-Smith (Jensen ) 34/1/26-50.

Tarot history, "Trionfi alla franciosa finite e non finiti" - le tarot en France avant 1500. (Depaulis) 44/3/201-209.

Tarot history, A century with the Waite-Smith tarot (and all the others…). (Jensen) 38/3/217-222.

Tarot history, A cosmological tarot hypothesis - virtue triumphant: the seven virtues v. the seven mortal sins. (Park) 31/3/127-133.

Tarot history, Des "cartes communément appelées taraux" 1 ère partie. (Depaulis) 32/5/199-205.

Tarot history, Des "cartes communément appelées taraux" 2 ème partie. (Depaulis) 32/6/244-249.

Tarot history, Entre tarot et jeux de cour: une carte à jouer italienne (Le Pogam) 33/1/27-38.

Tarot history, In search of tarot sources - after fifteen years. (Pratesi) 41/2/95-114.

Tarot history, I tarocchi della Collezione Rothschild al Louvre: nuove proposte di lettura. (Fiorini) 35/1/52-63.

Tarot history, I trionfi di Marziano. (Pratesi ) XXVIII/3/144-151.

Tarot history, Origin of tarots - the Avignon hypothesis. (Verame) 44/1/43-47.

Tarot history, The tarot myth. (Berry) 32/6/225-227.

Tarot history, When (and how) did tarot reach Germany? (Depaulis) 39/2/64-79.

Tarot history, When (and how) did tarot reach Germany? (Depaulis) 39/3/134-135.

Tarot history. (Endebrock) 36/3/165-166.

Tarot myth. (Berry) 32/6/225-227.

Tarot of Marseille - facts and fallacies. Part II (Depaulis ) 42/2/101-120

Tarot reviews. (Jensen ) 33/3/149-155.

Tarot sources, In search of, part 1 (Pratesi ) XXVII/2/64-68.

Tarot sources, In search of, part 2 (Pratesi ) XXVII/3/111-116.

Tarot trumps, Early Italian lists of. (Depaulis) 36/1/39-50.

Taunton, William and the game of Zetema. (Goodall ) 34/3/208-211.

Taxation on playing-cards, Los impuestos sobre los naipes en los reinos de España, entrega 1 (Ferro Torrelles ) XXVII/5/208-217.

Taxation on playing-cards, Los impuestos sobre los naipes en los reinos de España, entrega 2 (Ferro Torrelles) XXVII/6/254-267.

Taxes, Comment on Argentinean tax stamps. (Endebrock) 33/4/226-227.

Taxes, Playing-card taxes in New Zealand. (Endebrock) 44/3/210-219.

Taxes, Playing-card taxes in Uruguay. (Endebrock) 39/2/80-85.

Taxes, Portugal playing card tax - Imposto do cartas de jogar. (Dahl) 39/1/18-33.

Taxes on playing-cards in Argentina. (Akerman) 33/2/81-88.

Taxes on playing-cards in the Republic of San Marino. (Endebrock) 38/1/60-62.

Tax stamps, Playing-card tax stamps from Czechoslovakia (Šedivý) 35/2/115-120.

Terminology, Playing-card. (Cooper) XXVIII/3/108.

Terminology, Playing-card. (Lodge) 42/4/204-205.

Thackeray, William Makepeace. (Beale) XXVII/5/179-182.

Thackeray, William Makepeace. (Goodall) XXVII/4/124-125.

The other Napoleon (McLeod) Playing the Game XXIX/2/81-84.

Thiel, Klaus 1942-2015, obituary. (Endebrock) 44/1/5.

Ticino, Tarocco Ticinese (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/1/18-20.

Titze, Carl, News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. (Altfahrt) 45/3/142-160.

Tokens for Whist. (Endebrock) 40/4/218.

Tokens for Whist. (Endebrock) 41/1/43-44.

Tokens for Whist. (McLeod) 40/1/14-15.

Tokens for Whist. Part 1: Hoyle's method of scoring and other Whist counters. (Depaulis) 39/3/163-184.

Tokens for Whist. Part II: from simple to quadruple. (Depaulis) 39/4/199-217.

Torre, Fernando de la, El Juego de naypes of Fernando de la Torre: a fifteenth-century Spanish card game. (Caldwell) 39/1/35-56.

Transformation cards. (Altfahrt) 43/1/23.

Transformation cards. (Endebrock) 42/4/205-206.

Transformation cards. (Endebrock) 42/4/206-207.

Transformation packs, A pair of. (Townshend) 36/3/190-204.

Trappola was invented by Trapolin. (Klobušický) 45/3/161-164.

Tregear, Gabriel Shire and "The March of Intellect" card game. (Tregear) 37/3/162-168.

Tressette, Un marqueur de tressette? (ou "La Constance l'emporte"…). (Depaulis) 43/3/140-149.

Trevor Denning - Honorary Fellow. (Rayner ) XXVIII/3/104.

Troeven, The Benelux games of trumps (McLeod) Playing the Game 33/2/91-95.

Troggu in Visperterminen. (McLeod) Playing the Game 37/2/142-145.

Trompe-l'oeils, Two trompe-l'oeils with playing cards (Endebrock ) 40/1/33-37.

Truc (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/3/212-215.

Truf (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/1/64-66.

Trumps, Sicilian (Dummett ) 33/2/127-131.

Trumps, Sicilian (Dummett ) 33/3/156-160.

Trumps, Tarot, Early Italian lists of. (Depaulis) 36/1/39-50.

Tulip, The emergence of on playing and oracle cards. (Nagel) 35/1/41-51.

Tûmân, or the ten thousand cups of the Mamlûk cards. (Pollett) 31/1/34-41.

*tuman problem (Huson) 30/4/146.

*tuman problem (O'Donovan) XXIX/4/158-162.

Tuppi, More Whist and comments on Tuppi (McLeod) Playing the Game 31/5/219-220.

Tuppi: Lapland's national game. (Gordhandas ) 31/5/218.

Turkey, Standard patterns in 19th century. (Depaulis) 30/5/222-244.

Twenty-two (McLeod) Playing the Game 35/3/202-204.

Unger family, The Ungers: a 19th century playing-card making family in Győr, Hungary. (Wunderlich) 40/2/112-138.

United States, Playing-cards in the (Lubliner ) XXVI/5/181-187.

United States, Playing-cards in the. (Cooper) 36/3/165.

United States Playing Card Company. (Cooper) 33/1/2-3.

Uruguay, Playing-card taxes in . (Endebrock) 39/2/80-85.

Valencia, Portraits en Espagne avant 1800: le Portrait de Valence (Depaulis ) XXIX/6/230-243.

Van Autenboer, Eugeen, obituary. (Endebrock) 36/4/286.

Van Gool, Robert, In memorium (1938-2012). (Cremers) 41/2/76.

Van Leyden, Lucas, An enigmatic betrothal on Lucas van Leyden's painting The Card Reader. (Nagel) 33/2/96-108.

Van Leyden, Lucas, An enigmatic betrothal on Lucas van Leyden's painting The Card Reader. (Denning) 33/3/139.

Van Leyden, Lucas, An enigmatic betrothal on Lucas van Leyden's painting The Card Reader. (Nagel) 33/3/139.

Venice, Crouds in the streets, meetings at the tables: two faces of Venetian 18th century gaming. (Nadin) 36/4/243-253.

Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk), Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, and Carl Schaller. (Thiel) 42/2/121-129.

Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk), Oppenheimer & Sulzbacher, Vereinigte Kunstanstalten Senkeisen (vSk) and Carl Schaller (Thiel ) 42/2/121-129.

Vienna, News from Austria's past (2): Aloys Hofmann, a Viennese cardmaker. (Altfahrt) 43/3/150-160.

Vienna, News from Austria's past (8): the playing card factory C. Titze & Schinkay in Vienna. (Altfahrt) 45/3/142-160.

Virtues, Where do the Virtues go? (Dummett) 32/4/165-167.

Visconti Tarot, Martin Le Franc et les Tarots Visconti (Lhôte ) 30/4/152-160.

Vitou (McLeod) Playing the Game 34/3/212-215.

Von Aachen, Hans, a painting by. (Altfahrt) 40/4/215-216

Waite-Smith tarot, A century with the Waite-Smith tarot (and all the others…). (Jensen) 38/3/217-222.

Waite-Smith tarot editions, The early (Jensen ) 34/1/26-50.

Warter, William, "Proverbial Cards" (Berry ) XXIX/5/204-207.

Washing playing cards. (Cooper) 35/4/212.

Washing playing cards. (Endebrock) 35/4/213-214.

Washing playing cards. (Ollis) 35/4/212-213.

Watson, Victor H. CBE 1928-2015, obituary. (Watson) 44/1/4.

Wayland, Virginia and Harold, an appreciation. (Peters) XXIX/5/175-176.

Wheeler, Henry - The Wheelers: a family of card makers and card forgers? (Cooper) 31/1/20-33.

Wheeler, Thomas - The Wheelers: a family of card makers and card forgers? (Cooper) 31/1/20-33.

Wheeler, William - The Wheelers: a family of card makers and card forgers? (Cooper) 31/1/20-33.

Wheelers - unanswered questions. (Cooper) 31/3/98-99.

Whist, Duplicate, Nineteenth century playing card holders. (Laderman) 43/3/161-172.

Whist, Hoyle abroad, II: Hoyle in French. (Depaulis) 43/4/220-236.

Whist, More Whist and comments on Tuppi (McLeod) Playing the Game 31/5/219-220.

Whist, Tokens for Whist. (Endebrock) 40/4/218.

Whist, Tokens for Whist. (Endebrock) 41/1/43-44.

Whist, Tokens for Whist. (McLeod) 40/1/14-15.

Whist, Tokens for Whist. Part 1: Hoyle's method of scoring and other Whist counters. (Depaulis) 39/3/163-184.

Whist, Tokens for Whist. Part II: from simple to quadruple. (Depaulis) 39/4/199-217.

Whist, Which Whist (McLeod) Playing the Game 31/4/180-184.

Whist-regeln in kontinentaleuropa bis. (Zollinger) 33/3/198-210.

Wings, From the symbolism of wings to the symbolism of tarot cards. (Nagel) 38/1/40-55.

Woodblocks, An analysis of wood-block characteristics. (Lodge) 43/1/43-50.

Woolley & Co., The fall and rise of Thomas Woolley & the decline and fall of Creswick. (Lodge) 44/1/48-52.

World's Columbian Exposition, Playing-cards of the 1893 Chicago World's Fair (Thorpe ) 30/6/265-267.

World War I and card playing as shown on forces' postcards. (Köhler) 40/2/104-108.

World War II playing cards. (Lodge) 41/2/87-88.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards, back designs of presentation packs. (Cooper and Thorpe) XXIX/2/57-64.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards, Henry Druit Phillips: Master of the W.C.M.P.C. and collectorof playing cards. (Thorpe) 33/2/72-73.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards, Millenium pack from the. (Goodall) XXIX/4/141-142.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards,The heraldic crosses of the 2000 pack. (Hunt) 31/4/171-172.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 1887 ladies pack. (Dehavilland) 33/4/276-278.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards 1890 pack for the summer Ladies Dinner. (Irwin) 34/1/60-61.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards: the 2004 Master's Cards. (Ladd) 33/3/140-141.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards ladies packs. (Ladd) 34/2/83.

Worshipful Company of Makers of Playing Cards Presentation Pack 2005. (Card) 34/3/155-156.

Wüst, C. L. and the Theilungs-Recess. (Shaw) 34/4/287-292.

ǂXànúsì as played by the Ju|’hoansi in |Xae|xae, Botswana. (de Voogt) Playing the Game 44/4/249-254.

Zetema, William Taunton and the game of (Goodall ) 34/3/208-211.

Zeuner, Thomas, 1939-2016, obituary. (Endebrock) 45/1/7.

Zichy, Mihály, The "Hunting Pack" made by (Grigorenko) 35/4/240-247.

Zwicken, The "very costly game" of (Zollinger) XXVI/5/150-154.

Zwickern (McLeod) Playing the Game XXVII/4/128-131.