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Feature January 2016

Kronheim Playing Cards

Kronheim registered an Exportation Duty Ace of Spades on 31 July 1850.

This presupposes that Kronheim must have made playing cards for the export trade although it is uncertain if they made playing cards for sale in the UK.

No examples of such cards appear to have come to light with the card collecting fraternity.

We would be pleased to hear from anyone who has examples of playing cards printed by J M Kronheim & Co. or who have further information about Kronheim printing playing cards.