Category:French-suited playing cards
card deck using suits of clubs, diamonds, hearts, and spades
|Country of origin|
|Said to be the same as||standard 52-card deck|
|Partially coincident with|
French-suited playing cards are those that use the suit system that emerged in France around 1470 and which has become universal in English-speaking countries and widespread elsewhere. Such cards are characterised by displaying the suit symbols of clubs, spades, hearts and diamonds.
This category is not synonymous with French playing cards which are all those originating in France and which may have different suit systems.
This category has the following 21 subcategories, out of 21 total.
- Non-standard patterns (French-suited) (7 C, 4 F)
- Paris pattern (2 C, 1 F)
- Vienna pattern (2 C, 1 F)
Media in category "French-suited playing cards"
The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.
Equivalencia palos de la baraja alemana y francesa.jpg 440 × 740; 23 KB
Playingcards-en-clubs.jpg 3,062 × 2,247; 994 KB
Playingcards-en-diamonds.jpg 2,989 × 2,296; 1.17 MB
Playingcards-en-hearts.jpg 3,115 × 2,296; 978 KB
Playingcards-en-spades.jpg 2,982 × 2,296; 1.01 MB
Verbreitung Kartenbilder Deutschland, Österreich, Schweiz.PNG 2,000 × 2,409; 544 KB