Germany, officially the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central Europe. Berlin is the capital and largest city in Germany and in terms of inhabitants, Germany has the largest population of all countries in the European Union. Germany borders to the following countries Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
Deutsche Spielkarten - Spielkarten Deutschland
The playing cards in Germany feature German suits: Acorns (Eichel), Leaves (Grün or Blatt), Hearts (Herz) and Bells (Schelle). Traditional German card games in which the German suit is used include Rommé, Skat, Schafkopf and Doppelkopf. German suited decks tend to have fewer playing cards than either the French, Spanish, or Italian playing card decks.
Cartamundi Deutschland & Piatnik Playing Cards
Spielkartenfabrik ASS Altenburg GmbH is Cartamundi's expert in traditional card games for the German speaking countries like Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. ASS Altenburger is Germany's number 1 playing card brand and since 2000 part of Cartamundi Deutschland. If you are looking for Altenburger Spielkarten we have you covered. Playing card manufacturer Piatnik from Austria also has a very wide variety of playing cards especially for German-speaking card lovers in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The Wiener Spielkartenfabrik Ferd. Piatnik & Söhne has been making playing cards for the whole family since 1824. Today Piatnik is the largest Austrian playing card company operating affiliate companies in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and the USA.
Are you looking for a traditional card games played in Germany, Austria or Switzerland? Than don not look further! Our Spielkarten collection from ASS Altenburger, Cartamundi Deutschland and Piatnik contains a wide range of traditional German playing cards for card games like Rommé, Mau-Mau, Skat, Schafkopf and Doppelkopf. Did you know that we also have a German-language web shop specialized in German playing cards? Discover the full collection yourself on our playing card shop in Germany, www.playingcards.de.