- Most cards fine; some of the cards colouring on backs loosening/ worn.
Miniature game of cards. France, ±1880, deck of 52 chromolithogr. cards (5,8x3,7 cm.), without indices.
- Cards fingersoiled.
= The court cards all have historical names, i.e. Queen of Spades as Pallas and Knight of Clubs as Lancelot.
AND 30 other miniature card decks: 14 decks by Dondorf (all French suits, various (sm.) defects, ±1890-1920): No. 1312 (in orig. box, backs marked w. pen), no.25 Patience-Karten (Children theme, 2x), no.26 (Children theme), no.27 (Vier Erdteile theme, 5x (4x w. box)), Hauptstädte (±1910), Baronesse Patience (in 2 diff. sizes) and Stuart Piket (±1920, incomplete) and 16 other miniature card games, ±1890-1920, mostly complete, fine or w. various (sm.) defects, i.a. by the following publishers: Biermans (Great Moghul, orig. wr., 4x, 1x smaller size); Büttner (Berliner Patience, 2x; "Royales"); Grimaud (±1900); Fukutoku (Japanese card game) and VVS (Salon Patience no. 186).