Playing Card Sets

#015 “Mahjong, The Ancient and Diverting Chinese Game”

  • Yellow Cardboard Box With Lift Off Lid, Three Smaller Compartment Boxes Inside, Decorated Top With Markings; Mahjong, The Ancient And Diverting Chinese Game, Made In China, Deshler Purchasing Agency, Shanghai
  • Made in China Circa 1923
  • Playing Cards, Thin Width
  • Bone Counters, 8 Each With 5 Red Dots, 36 Each With 1 Red Dot, 36 Each With 10 Black Dots, And 20 Each With 2 Black Dots
  • Bone Dice, 4 Each With Wooden Box With Sliding Top
  • Bone Canister Ming With 4 Bone Disks
  • Wood Racks, 4 Each
  • Rules For The Chinese Game Of Mahjong For Use With D & G Mahjong Cards, All Rights Reserved Deshler Purchasing Agency, Shanghai, China, Back Cover; Printed In China For The Deshler Purchasing Agency By The Shanghai Mercantile Printing Co., Ltd. 1923

#016 “Mah Jongg Card Game”

  • Yellow Box With Lift Off Lid, And Three Sectional Trays Inside. Cover Markings; Genuine Mah-Jongg Always Bears The Title And Contains The Babcock Rules, “Mah-Jongg Card Game” (Trademark Ideographs), Trade Mark Reg. U.S. Patent Office, Copyright 1923, The Genuine Game in Card Form For The Mah-Jongg Sales Co. of America, Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem, Mass., New York, London.
  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Playing Cards, Standard Width
  • Wood Bones, 8 Each Blue, 39 Each Red, 38 Each Yellow, And 40 Each Green
  • Babcock Rules For Mah-Jongg Card Game, Reg. U.S. Patent Office, Copyright 1923, For The Mah-Jongg Sales Co. of America, Parker Brothers Inc., Salem Mass., New York, London. Inside Last Page; “Mah-Jongg Card Game Follows The Original Suggestions Of Mr. Babcock;s Rules Which Are The Adopted Laws For Mah-Jongg. U.S. Letters Patent Has Been Applied For. Copyright 1923 By Parker Brothers, Inc., For The Mah-Jongg Company of America”. Back Cover markings: “Mah-Jongg”, Reg. U.S. Patent Office, Copyrighted 1920-1923.

#031 “Ancient Game of China”

  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Playing Cards, Standard Width

#043 Manchu “The Famous Chinese Game”

  • Red Cardboard Box With Lift-off Cover, Printing On Front ‘Man-Chu The Famous Chinese Game, The United States Playing Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.
  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Playing Cards Standard Width
  • Foster’s Famous Rule For Man-Chu, Printed And Published In U.S.A., The United States Playing Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.

#063 Mhing Card Game

  • Mhing Card Game
  • Plastic Coated Playing Cards

#068 “Ching-Chong” Card Game

  • Red Box With Lift Off Lid. Black Cover Markings; (front/back) Picture Of A Dragon, Ching-Chong, Trade Mark, Patent Pending, Ching-Chong Co., 89 State St. Boston, (top/bottom) Oval Emblem, Ching-Chong, Patent Pending
  • Made in USA Circa 1923
  • Playing Cards, Standard Width
  • “Rules For Ching-Chong”, Red Book With Black Printing, Picture Of Dragon, Trademark, Patent Pending, Ching-Chong Co., 89 State St, Boston. Back Cover Has Oval Emblem, Ching-Chong, Patent Pending, Inside Front Cover, Copyright 1923, By Ching-Chong Company

#185 Mahjong Playing Cards

  • Standard Playing Card Box
  • Made in Japan Circa 1998
  • Playing Cards, Standard Width

#190 Ma Taio Playing Cards

  • Ma Taio Playing Cards, Predecessor of Modern Mah Jong Tiles
  • Made in China Circa 1900
  • Paper Playing Cards

#191 Ma Taio Playing Cards

  • Ma Taio Playing Cards, Predecessor of Modern Mah Jong Tiles
  • Made in China Circa 1900
  • Paper Playing Cards

#192 Ma Taio Playing Cards

  • Ma Taio Playing Cards, Predecessor of Modern Mah Jong Tiles
  • Made in China Circa 1900
  • Paper Playing Cards

#291 Western Electric Company – Electrical Mahjong

  • 1924 British Empire Exhibition Souvenir
  • Made in England circa 1924
  • Gold Edged Playing Cards
  • Suits are Radios (R), Cables (C), and Phones (P)
  • Winds are East, South, West, and North
  • Dragon Cards are Arial (Red), Earth (Green), and Ether (White)
  • Red Honor Cards are Periods – 1875, 1898, 1918, and 1924
  • Green Honor Cards are Symbols – Western Electric Company Limited London, WEC, Quality First Cables and Telephones, and Western Electric Modern Domestic
  • Four Round Marking Cards and Four Scoring Table Cards
  • Score Pad and Score Value Card
  • Instruction Booklet “The Pocket Guide to Electrical Mah Jong 1924
  • Printed and Published for the Western Electric Company Limited by Thomas De La Rue & Company, Ltd., London

#301 Four Aces Kard-Jong Game

  • Four Aces Kard-Jong Game
  • Made in China circa 1923
  • Standard width playing cards, plastic coated
  • Instructions for playing Kard-Jong

#313 Mah Jongg Playing Kards

  • Black Cardboard Box With Lift-off Cover, Printing On Front ‘Mah Jongg Playing Kards’
  • Made in USA Circa 1940
  • Playing Cards Standard Width
  • Missing one Green Dragon

#315 Chad Valley “Mah Jongg Cards”

  • Mah Jongg, The 1000 Year Old Game of China, Cardboard case with slide out tray
  • Made in England circa 1923
  • Small sized paper playing cards
  • Paper score card table with pull out pages
  • Instructions for playing Mah Jongg, The 1000 Year Old Game of China, Printed and Published by The Chad Valley Company, Ltd., Harborne, England, Seventh Edition
  • Ideographs on the Red Honor tiles translate to “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter”
  • Ideographs on the Green Honor tiles translate to “Plum, Orchid, Bamboo, Chrysanthemum”