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These cards are from a Victorian card game called Noah's Ark. They are Victorian, by the manufacturer Thomas de la Rue, from a pack recently discovered in a very old attic. They are printed by chromolithography, the print method of the time.

This is a large square tile that, if repeated, will join seamlessly at the edges to give a very large pattern.

The individual elements are fifteen different playing cards from the Victorian game of Noah's Ark. Five animal families (father, mother and baby animal) are represented here. As a game, a child might be set the task of seeking out the three members of each of the five animal families.

More animal families (in sets of three), and more repeating tiles:

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