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Great Dane card from England

These first cards are not Cigarette cards, but actually known as Tea cards. These were issued by Horniman Tea in 1951, titled simply "Dogs" and enclosed singly in all 1/4-packets of Hornimans Tea. The following is printed on the back of the card: "Not Connected with Denmark, having been developed in Germany as a giant dog with a heavy head for hunting and fighting purposes, principally for use against wild boar. Probably over 400 years old and originally descended from ancient Asian Mastiff. Although very beautiful in outline, a "pretty" dog is not enough. He must have size, weight, nobility, courage, speed and endurance. Stands 30" high at shoulders and weighs 120 lbs."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 1(Horniman Tea, 1961)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 1(Horniman Tea, 1961)


Great Dane card from England

This lovely photograph is from the Carreras "Dogs & Friend", 1936 series. The following is a description by LADY KITTY RITSON. "As may be guessed from its name, the Great Dane originally came from Denmark, although in these days probably the best specimens come from Germany. Abroad they have cropped ears, which is certainly more attractive, but as the operation entails a great deal of pain, King Edward VII forbade this; therefore no dog with cropped ears can now be shown. They are very placid dogs, and they make ideal companions for children. They are rather apt to injure their tails if they hit them against the furniture."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 2(Carreras Dogs and Friend, 1936)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 2(Carreras Dogs and Friend, 1936)


Great Dane card from England

Wills issued this nice set of "Dogs", in 1937, and enclosed them singly in their Wild Woodbine Cigarettes. "One of the most imposing of all dogs, with great intelligence and dash. Head long, with flat skull, powerful square muzzle and level mouth. Ears small with tips falling forward. Neck clean, strong and well arched. Shoulders muscular, but not too heavy. Forelegs straight and well boned. Feet cat-like and toes well arched. Back very strong with slightly arched loin. Body deep, drawn up in belly and well ribbed. Hind-quarters and thighs very strong and muscular. Tail thick at root, tapering. Coat short, dense and sleek. Colour: brindle, fawn, blue, black, harlequin (jagged black or blue patches on white ground). Minimum height for dogs 30 inches; for bitches 28 inches."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 3(Wills Dogs, 1937)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 3(Wills Dogs, 1937)


Great Dane card from England

Cofton Collections issued this "Dogs 2nd Series-Reprint of 1963", in 1988.
The printing on the back of the card merely gives a description of the collectables carried by "Cofton Collections".
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 4(Cofton Collections 2nd series reprint, 1988)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 4(Cofton Collections 2nd series reprint, 1988)


Great Dane card from England

This nice card is from Priory Tea titled "I Spy Dogs", in 1957. This was a game to be played by completing a form on the back of the card giving a date when this particular dog had been 'spyed'. These cards were enclosed in packages of Priory Tea.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 5(Priory Tea, 1957)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 5(Priory Tea, 1957)


Great Dane card from England

This photograph of a puppy (not identified) is a card issued by a company in Modena, Italy. The only Printing on the back of the card is a no. 33, the identification of the company(Service Line) and the title of the series "Dogs & Cats".
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 6(Service Line Modena Italy, 1993)... $4.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 6(Service Line Modena Italy, 1993)


Great Dane card from England

"RASH" and "CAESAR"
(Great Danes}
These adorable puppies are from Wills "Puppies by Dawson-Reprint of 1940", issued in 1990 and described by Lucy Dawson on the back of the card. "These two buff-coloured young gentlemen are of great beauty, and seem likely to become strong and big-- as is characteristic of their breed. These two had no intention of remaining in their tub and I don't suppose they ever do unless they are asleep! They had no intention of posing for me either, and did not do so for any length of time."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 8(Wills Puppies by Dawson reprint, 1990)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 8(Wills Puppies by Dawson reprint, 1990)


Great Dane card from England

This photo is from Pattreiouex "Dogs", put out in 1939 and found enclosed in Senior Service Cigarettes. On the back of the card: "The Great Dane has distinguished himself in intelligence and obedience trails. Though big he is not cumbersome. He makes a magnificent companion.
GENERAL HINTS
HEREDITY. Dogs bred for brains, such as working sheepdogs, are naturally more intelligent and docile than those bred mainly for appearance: dogs whose ancestors have been for generations house dogs and companions are naturally fitted to act as such. Before buying a puppy be sure you will be able to give it enough exercise and that it will not be too big when it grows up".
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 9(Pattreiouex Photographs, 1939)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 9(Pattreiouex Photographs, 1939)


Great Dane card from England

GREAT DANE PUPPPIES
Another lovely photo from Pattreiouex "Dogs", issued in 1939 and found in Senior Service Cigarettes. The back of the card reads as follows: "The Dane needs a great deal of food and exercise, he also needs careful training when young. He is so powerful that an untrained Dane may be dangerous.
GENERAL HINTS
RETRIEVING. In the early stages all training, particularly retrieving, should be a game to the pup. The slightest repression may make him into a non-retriever, unless the instinct is hereditary and strong. The second state is to hold the pup, throw the dummy and run away when he has it in his mouth. Then turn quickly and let him rush into your arms."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 10(Pattreiouex Photographs, 1939)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 10(Pattreiouex Photographs, 1939)


Great Dane card from England

This lovely headstudy is from the set issued in 1994 by Players titled "Dogs Heads(Eire)-Reprint of 1940". The following is printed on the back of the card: "Considerable argument has arisen over the country of orgin of this breed, and it is doubtful if it was ever indigenous to Denmark. It is more likely that the breed belonged to the borehunting dogs of the Mastiff type that were once common in Germany. Dogs of this type have been known in England for centuries, but the beginning of the modern Great Dane fancy there is usually credited to two importations of about 1896--Ch.Hannibal and Ch.Emma of Redgrave. The breed owes much of its prominence to the large breeding establishments maintained by Mr. J. V. Rank, and by Mr. Gordon Stewart."
Unfortunately I have only the reprint. I do not have an original of the 1940 printing.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 11(Players Dogs Heads Eire reprint, 1994)... $5.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 11(Players Dogs Heads Eire reprint, 1994)


Great Dane card from England

GREAT DANE
CH. RULER OF OUBOROUGH
Sire: Ch. Ruffian of Ouborough.
Dam: Ch. Ruth of Ouborough.
Born: April 22nd, 1934.
This photograph of a champion is from a series of real photos by Sinclair "Champion Dogs", issued in 1938. The back reads as follows: "A winner of eight Championships, Champion of Champions at Manchester Championship Show, 1936, winner of Junior Criterion Kennel Club Show, 1936. Best Non-Sporting Dog, Kennel Club Show, 1936. Sire of Recall of Ouborough.
Owned by: James V. Rank, Esq., Godstone, Surrey."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 13(Sinclair "Champion Dogs", 1938)... $6.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 13(Sinclair

Great Dane card from England

This lovely headstudy is from a series of 50 cards issued by Player & Sons in 1929.The titles of the series is "Dogs by Wardle-Heads". The artist is Arthur Wardle. The following is printed on the back of the card: "Though now classified as a non-sporting breed the Great Dane or Boarhound was used for hunting wolves, stags and boars. It is possibly one of the oldest breeds known, for wall-paintings on Egyptian tombs depict dogs of this type. The custom of cropping the ears was forbidden by the Kennel Club in 1895. The colours are brindle, yellow or orange ground striped with black; fawn, varying from buff to deep orange; blue, varying from grey to deep slate; black; and Harlequin, pure white ground with black or blue patches."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 14(Players Dogs Heads, 1929)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 14(Players Dogs Heads, 1929)


Great Dane card from England

Players & Sons issued this lovely set of Great Dane paintings painted by artist Arthur Wardle titled "Dogs by Wardle-Full Length, in 1931. The back of the card contains the following description: "The Great Dane or German Boarhound is of ancient origin, and in earlier times was used both as a house dog and a hunter. No German castle was considered complete without one or more of these powerful and imposing dogs. The Great Dane is a giant amongst domestic dogs, and is probably unsurpassed for his immense strength, combined with activity and elegance of outline. He is a valuable and intellgent guard, and although he experienced a setback during the war, he is now regaining his popularity. Colour: brindle, fawn, blue, black and harlequin. Height: dogs about 30-32 in. Weight: about 120-150 lb, bitches rather less."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 15(Players Dogs Full Length, 1931)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 15(Players Dogs Full Length, 1931)


Great Dane card from England

Another lovely painting issued by Players in 1931 titled "Dogs by Wardle-Full Length". Description on the back of the card is as follows: "One of the giants amongst domestic dogs is the Great Dane or German Boarhound, probably unsurpassed for his immense strength, combined with activity and elegance of outline. In his native country his ears are cropped, but ear cutting in this country is now abolished, and so imported specimens with cropped ears cannot be exhibited for competition. He is valuable as a guard, and although he experienced a set-back during the war, he is now regaining his popularity. Colour: brindle, fawn, blue, black and harlequins. Height at shoulder 29 to 31 ins. Weight 120 to 130 lbs."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 16(Players Dogs Full Length, 1931)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 16(Players Dogs Full Length, 1931)


Great Dane card from England

This Australian Champion is from the Golden Fleece Australia "Pedigree Dogs", series issued in 1972. Quoted on the back: "Despite his large size and height (36 inches) the Great Dane can either be kept in a small house or a large estate. His short sleek coat needs little attention, and his kindness to children is well known. This dog always stands with a noble dignity, is most docile, gentle and friendly. Ancestors of the breed date back to Egyptian tomb drawings (2200 B.C.) and Greek Coins (39 B.C.). Once they were savage dogs trained to hunt wild animals."
Illus.: Aust. Ch. "Danestadt Gregory"
Owners: E. L. and J. M. Fletcher, Vic.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 17(Golden Fleece Australia, 1972)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 17(Golden Fleece Australia, 1972)


Great Dane card from England

This attractive head study is from paintings by artist Peter Biegel titled "Dogs Heads by Biegel", issued by Players in 1940. The following is printed on the back of the card. "The origin of the Great Dane is obscure, but it is apparent that during its evolution in Central Europe a variety of breeds was involved. Germany, where it is known as the Deutsche Doggen, is now its recognised homeland. A strongly-built dog of majestic and elegant appearance, and possessed of considerable intelligence, it is one of the most popular of the larger breeds. In temperament the Great Dane varies. Kept locked up and short of exercise it becomes sullen and ill-tempered. Exercised freely and kept unchained it is one of the most faithful and amiable of all house-dogs. The recognised colourings are blue, fawn, black, brindle and harlequin."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 18(Players Dogs Heads, 1940)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 18(Players Dogs Heads, 1940)


Great Dane card from England

Carreras issued these 'Turf Cigarettes' titled "Famous Dog Breeds" in 1952. They were printed on the back of the cigarette package and were cut out for saving in a collection. There were 50 dogs included in the series. The Great Dane is No. 37. This card is quite a bit smaller than the regular Tobacco & Tea cards. These have become very rare. There is nothing printed on the back of the card.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 19(Carreras Turf cigarettes, 1952)... $7.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 19(Carreras Turf cigarettes, 1952)


Great Dane card from England

Gallaher issued this series of 48 cards titled "Dogs A Series" in 1936. The following is printed on the back of the card. "The Great Dane, as its name implies, originally came from Denmark. It has been known in England for over two hundred years, being used in the 17th century for drawing carts in the streets. The breed is popular in other Continental countries, including France and Germany, where it bears the same name and was used for hunting the bore. It is curious to note that in Germany especially there is a distinct preference for the cropped-ear type and many very fine specimens have been introduced into England from Germany to improve the stock."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 21(Gallaher Dogs A Series, 1936)... $9.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 21(Gallaher Dogs A Series, 1936)


Great Dane card from England

Great Dane card from England This lovely card is from a series of 25 champion dogs issued by ARDATH CORK AND STATE EXPRESS 333 cigrettes in 1934. The back of the card is shown to the right, giving the standards of the breed at that time. The Great Dane has every right to be considered a British breed, for it is certain that for over two hundred years this very active and powerful dog, with the temperament of a terrier, always alert and intelligent, has been kept and bred in England. That at one time its home was in Denmark may be gathered from the name, which is also applied to the breed in Germany and France, where they were used for hunting the boar. As far back as in 1650 research shows that this breed and its crosses were used for drawing carts in English streets.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 22(Ardath Tobacco champion Dogs, 1934)... $9.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 22(Ardath tobacco champion Dogs, 1934)


Great Dane card from England Great Dane card from England

"OUR DOGS"
'The Great Dane'

This head study is from Phillips "Our Dogs", 1939. Decription on card to the left as quoted. "This is a very handsome and well - loved dog. Very intelligent, and if handled properly will readily yield to discipline and can be easily trained."
The card on the right is almost identical on the back except (will yield to discipline) is not there.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 24(Godfey Phillips OUR DOGS, 1939)left... $14.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 24(Godfey Phillips OUR DOGS, 1939)left
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 25(Godfey Phillips OUR DOGS, 1939)right... $14.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 25(Godfey Phillips OUR DOGS, 1939)right


Great Dane card from England

This attractive card was issued by Quaker Oats "Challenge of the Yukon", in 1938. The back of the card has a stamped signature of Sergeant Preston of the Mounties which signifies the 'Yukon' and has the following descriptiom: "GREAT DANE is one of the oldest breeds. Used first for boar hunting. This called for a super-dog as the wild boar is one of the most savage, swift, and powerful of big game. The Great Dane is loyal and affectionate, though of tremendous size--not under 30 inches in height and weighing around 120 to 140 pounds. Great Dane shown here is Champion Evanger's Monitor of Regnave."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 26(Quaker Oats, 1938)... SOLD OUT


Great Dane card from England

THE GREAT DANE
Champion Alert of Send
Gallaher issued this set of 24 cards titled simply Great Dane card from England "Dogs", in 1934 and enclosed them in Gallaher's Deluxe Cigarettes. The printing on the back of the card reads as follows: "The Great Dane has every right to be considered a British breed, for it is certain that for over two hundred years this very active and powerful dog, with the temperament of a terrier, always alert and intelligent, has been kept and bred in England. That at one time its home was in Denmark may be gathered from the name, which is also applied to the breed in Germany and France, where they were used for hunting the boar. As far back as in 1650 research shows that this breed and its crosses were used for drawing carts in the English streets."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 27(Gallaher Dogs, 1934)... $14.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 27(Gallaher Dogs, 1934)


Great Dane card from England

Premier Trading Cards are made for use in vending machines manufactured exclusively by the Oak Manufacturing Company, Inc., Culver City. California. The title of the series by Oak Mfg. Co. is simply 'Dogs' and issued in 1950. The following is shown on the back of the card: "The Great Dane is considered to be of German origin, not Danish, as the name might inply. As the most popular and numerous of the big breeds of dogs, the Great Dane has size and weight, mobility and courage and speed and endurance. He never appears clumsy in spite of his giant size, and is usually referred to as "The Apollo of Dogs." Great Danes are rated the same universally. There is one single standard of excellance, differing from most other popular breeds which have American, English, German and other varieties of the same breed".
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 28(Premier Trading Cards, Oak Mfg. Co., 1950)... $14.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 28(Premier Trading Cards, Oak Mfg. Co., 1950)


Great Dane card from England

This picture with the striking back ground is from Hignett "Dogs", issued in 1936. Reverse side of card has the following printing. "This breed, known as the Boarhound when first imported into this country from Germany, has a great sporting reputation in the latter country, though in this country it has never been anything but a show and guard dog. It is highly intelligent, and a group of Mr. Gordon Stewart's "Send" Great Danes have given marvellous displays of obedience and initiative at various shows. A Great Dane owned by H.R.H. the Duke of Kent came from this kennel. Mr. J. V. Rank, of racing and coursing fame, is another enthusiast for the breed."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 29(Hignett Dogs, 1936)... $19.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 29(Hignett Dogs, 1936)


Great Dane card from England

This beautiful head study is from Moustafa "Leo Chambers Dogs Heads", issued in 1924 with the following printed on the reverse side of the card. "Like the St. Barnard, he is not for small spaces. He often tops 26 inches, and 100 lb. is quite an ordinary weight for him. He has, or should have, a very square muzzle, long head, clean neck and generally an appearance of strength. His coat should be short, Colour brindle, harlequin (black and white), blue, black and fawn. Feed on Spratt's Dog Cakes and 'Rodnim'."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 31(Moustafa Leo Chambers Dogs Heads, 1924)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 31(Moustafa Leo Chambers Dogs Heads, 1924)


Great Dane card from England

Pascall Sweets and Chocolate cards titled 'Dogs' were issued in 1924, and distributed in 'Packets' and 'Neopolitans' Ambrosia Chocolates. The dog shown is Ch. Tiger of Cleethorpes. The description shown on the back of the card follows: "Long and lean in head, straight in leg, and more active in appearance then most big dogs. Being a capital companion it is very popular amongst dog owners, and is also a most reliable guardian of the home."
I have only one of these beautiful cards. It is an 'oldie'.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 32(Pascall Sweets Dogs, 1924)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 32(Pascall Sweets Dogs, 1924)


Great Dane card from England

This attractive card is from Wills "Dogs 2nd Series", issued in 1915 and described on the back as follows: "Few dogs are more handsome or imposing in appearance than the Boarhound. Standing fully 34 inches high at the shoulder, built on the most elegant and symmetrical lines, showing immense power, he in every way fulfils the position for which he was required in olden days-a hunter of the wild boar. His lineage is said to go back to at least the fifth century B.C. In general appearance he should stand somewhere between the Greyhound and the Mastiff. Head long, with great strength of jaw; muzzle broad, skull narrow, the head should have an appearance of equal breadth throughout; fore legs perfectly straight; hind quarters very muscular; hocks set low, turning neither in nor out."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 33(Wills Dogs 2nd Series, 1915)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 33(Wills Dogs 2nd Series, 1915)


Great Dane card from England

This colorful card is from Weeties "Favourite Dogs-New Zealand", issued in 1940 and carries the following description on the back of the card. "The Great Dane has long been bred in Germany and Denmark, and is still employed in the Black Forest for hunting purposes, although his general use is as a watch-dog. One of the largest breeds of dogs known, the Great Dane often weights up to 160 lbs. His great size, fine appearance, friendly disposition and faithfulness has made him a great favorite.
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DON'T CHAIN your dog up unnecessarily. If you must tie him up adopt the running line method. He pines on the chain."
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 34(Weeties favourite Dogs New Zealand, 1940)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 34(Weeties favourite Dogs New Zealand, 1940)


Great Dane card from England

This is an OLD card identical to the one below. It is from Edwards Ringer & Bigg "Dog Series-Klondyke", issued in 1908 and found enclosed in Klondyke Cigarettes. The back of the card reads exactly like Ogdens below and is very ornate also but printed in a rich cocoa color. Again, one of these cards, or both should be in your Great Dane Collection.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 35(Ringers Klondyke, 1908)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 35(Ringers Klondyke, 1908)


Great Dane card from England

This beautiful old card is from a series of cards issued by Ogdens Cigarettes in 1904. The card is No. 27 in the series of 50 issued. The title of the series is 'FOWLS, PIGEONS AND DOGS'. The back of the card is ornate and printed in green as follows: "Sometimes called 'German Boarhound', is a big noble-looking animal, and though not English in orgin is now thoroughly naturalised here, and is a great favorite. With his grand figure, which is not so heavy as the Mastiff, nor yet so light as the Greyhound, he presents a bold and muscular appearance. Formerly he had ears cropped, and certainly looked sprightlier than now with them pendulous. Height, 30 to 35 inches. Weight to 190 lbs." No collection should be without this lovely card in its' fold.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 36(Ogdens Fowls, Pigeons and Dogs, 1904)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 36(Ogdens Fowls, Pigeons and Dogs, 1904)


Great Dane card from England

This lovely card is from Germany. The back of the card is printed entirely in German. The title is 'Deutsche Dogge', definitely German. I do not have any other information.
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 37(Germany Deutsche Dogge)... $24.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Card 37(Germany Deutsche Dogge)



Great Dane Post Cards

Great Dane card from England

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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Post Card 1


Great Dane card from England

This post card is from Romania. A first day of issue in 1994. You may purchase this card with the stamp for the price of the post card alone. Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Post Card 2... $9.95 each Click Here to Order 
Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Post Card 2



Great Dane Playing Cards

Sorry, we don't have any complete sets of playing cards. These were from collections of antique cards and there is no way of knowing how old they are or where one might find more of them. They are certainly a part of Great Dane history.

Great Dane card from England

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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 1


Great Dane card from England

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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 2


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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 3 left
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 4 middle
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 5 right
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card Set


Great Dane card from England

This deck of cards was produced in Japan several years ago. There are several breeds in the deck and each breed is sold as a single card separately. The Great Dane in it is the Five of Spades.
ONE ONLY
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 7


Great Dane card from England

This card is from a set from Germany. This is the Jack of Spades, with a neat Great Dane representing the royalty.
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Playing Card 8



Great Dane Cigar Bands
Great Dane card from England

This is actually a cigar band made to be wrapped around Willem II cigars. I think it is one of the best head studies of a Great Dane that I have ever seen.
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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Cigar Band



Great Dane Match Box Covers
Great Dane card from England

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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Match Box Cover



Great Dane Book Mark
Great Dane card from England

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Great Dane Fawn,Brindle Book Mark





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