Plainbacks P2
Anon ?1600s

Initially mixed with the 'Hewson' cards (Plainbacks 'P1')

The considerably better printing suggests much earlier than P1
and probably French (Rouennais)

This pack belonged to H T Morley, see "Old and Curious Playing Cards",
H T Morley, Batsford, 1931 (Illus. p132, description p 133.)

Next they came to William Penn,
see "The William Penn Collection of Playing Cards", Sylvia Mann, 1966. (item 1257M)

Then the cards belonged to Sylvia Mann,
see "all Cards on the table", Sylvia Mann, Jonas verlag, 1990 (item 183.)