Cincinnati, Ohio: The U.S. Playing Card Company, 1921. A book of games for children using old decks of playing cards: "Decks of cards which no longer 'slip' easily interfere with the pleasure of grown-ups but to kiddies they offer material for much entertainment and not a little instruction disguised as play" (p. 3). Old decks are used to build castles, solve puzzles, make decorations, play pretend, and even for learning the Thirteen Colonies, word building, and geography.
12mo (7.25" by 4.5"), pp. 16, with in-text illustrations, stapled in original illustrated wrappers. Very good to fine. Light toning.