WWPCM02191
"Western Printing and Lithographing Co." (USA)
brand "Guild", 1930s
this brand is a mystery for me to compare with
WWPCM06312:
1. this kind of vertical string "joker" used only by B&B and never by WPC;
2. both brand made for the Quality Park in St.Paul, hometown of B&B;
3. I saw a box with a stamp of WPC;
4. series jokers and backs are typical for WPC (r016 used in other brands);
5. some backs are typical for B&B  (r010, r021).
6.
d06312r04 printed with j04b+sA2 and box "Fortuna Quality"
What does it mean? Who knows?
My idea: "Assn. of American Playing Card Manufacturers" owned by USPCC,
but non announced due to Anti Monopolistic Law (
The Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914).

d02191j04 d02191j04b d02191j02 d02191j01 d02191j03
d02191j15 d02191a01 d02191a02 d02191a03
d02191sA d02191sA4 d02191sA3 d02191sA2
backs: 001
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"Artists and Writers Guild"
d02191j16        
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"Early American"
d02191j05 d02191r012    
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"Flower"
d02191j06 d02191r013 d02191r067 may be r003 so  
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"Horse"
d02191j07 d02191r014    
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"Hunting Dogs"
d02191j08 d02191r015 d02191r034    
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"Kitten"
d02191j09 d02191r016 d02191r042 d02191r045 d02191r045
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"Latin America"
d02191j10 d02191r017 d02191r049 d01492r120 d02191r057
d01492r116 d01492r670        
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"Patriotic"
d02191j11 d02191r018 d02191r036    
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"Portrait"
d02191j14        
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"Scenic"
d02191j12 d02191r019 d02191r050    
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"Silhouette"
d02191j17 d02191r051      
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"Ship"
d02191j13 d02191r020 d02191r032    

Standard WPC pattern, dimension 57x89 mm.

spade heart diamond club
ace ace ace
king king king king
queen queen queen queen
jack jack jack jack
10 9 8 7
   
 

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