Playing cards in Unicode

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Playing Cards
Range U+1F0A0..U+1F0FF
(96 code points)
Plane SMP
Scripts Common
Assigned 82 code points
Unused 14 reserved code points
Unicode version history
6.0 59 (+59)
7.0 82 (+23)
Note: [1][2]

Unicode is a computing industry standard for the handling of fonts and symbols. Within it is a set of images depicting playing cards, and another depicting the French card suits.

Card suits[edit]

The Miscellaneous Symbols block contains the following, at U+2660–2667:

U+2660 U+2665 U+2666 U+2663
Black Spade Suit Black Heart Suit Black Diamond Suit Black Club Suit
♠ ♥ ♦ ♣
U+2664 U+2661 U+2662 U+2667
White Spade Suit White Heart Suit White Diamond Suit White Club Suit

Playing cards deck[edit]

Unicode 6.0 added images for: Minor Arcana Tarot, the 52 cards of the standard French deck, 4 Knights, a back of a card, and two for black and white (or red) jokers in the block U+1F0A0–1F0FF. Unicode 7.0 added a specific red joker and twenty-two generic trump cards with the reference description being not the Major Arcana used in cartomancy but the Tarot Nouveau used in tarot card games.

U+1F0A1 U+1F0B1 U+1F0C1 U+1F0D1
🂡 🂱 🃁 🃑
Ace of Spades Ace of Hearts Ace of Diamonds Ace of Clubs
U+1F0A2 U+1F0B2 U+1F0C2 U+1F0D2
🂢 🂲 🃂 🃒
Two of Spades Two of Hearts Two of Diamonds Two of Clubs
U+1F0A3 U+1F0B3 U+1F0C3 U+1F0D3
🂣 🂳 🃃 🃓
Three of Spades Three of Hearts Three of Diamonds Three of Clubs
U+1F0A4 U+1F0B4 U+1F0C4 U+1F0D4
🂤 🂴 🃄 🃔
Four of Spades Four of Hearts Four of Diamonds Four of Clubs
U+1F0A5 U+1F0B5 U+1F0C5 U+1F0D5
🂥 🂵 🃅 🃕
Five of Spades Five of Hearts Five of Diamonds Five of Clubs
U+1F0A6 U+1F0B6 U+1F0C6 U+1F0D6
🂦 🂶 🃆 🃖
Six of Spades Six of Hearts Six of Diamonds Six of Clubs
U+1F0A7 U+1F0B7 U+1F0C7 U+1F0D7
🂧 🂷 🃇 🃗
Seven of Spades Seven of Hearts Seven of Diamonds Seven of Clubs
U+1F0A8 U+1F0B8 U+1F0C8 U+1F0D8
🂨 🂸 🃈 🃘
Eight of Spades Eight of Hearts Eight of Diamonds Eight of Clubs
U+1F0A9 U+1F0B9 U+1F0C9 U+1F0D9
🂩 🂹 🃉 🃙
Nine of Spades Nine of Hearts Nine of Diamonds Nine of Clubs
U+1F0AA U+1F0BA U+1F0CA U+1F0DA
🂪 🂺 🃊 🃚
Ten of Spades Ten of Hearts Ten of Diamonds Ten of Clubs
U+1F0AB U+1F0BB U+1F0CB U+1F0DB
🂫 🂻 🃋 🃛
Jack of Spades Jack of Hearts Jack of Diamonds Jack of Clubs
U+1F0AC U+1F0BC U+1F0CC U+1F0DC
🂬 🂼 🃌 🃜
Knight of Spades Knight of Hearts Knight of Diamonds Knight of Clubs
U+1F0AD U+1F0BD U+1F0CD U+1F0DD
🂭 🂽 🃍 🃝
Queen of Spades Queen of Hearts Queen of Diamonds Queen of Clubs
U+1F0AE U+1F0BE U+1F0CE U+1F0DE
🂮 🂾 🃎 🃞
King of Spades King of Hearts King of Diamonds King of Clubs
U+1F0A0 U+1F0BF U+1F0CF U+1F0DF
🂠 🂿 🃏 🃟
Playing Card Back Red Joker Black Joker White Joker
U+1F0E0 U+1F0E1 U+1F0E2 U+1F0E3
🃠 🃡 🃢 🃣
Fool Trump-1 (individual) Trump-2 (childhood) Trump-3 (youth)
U+1F0E4 U+1F0E5 U+1F0E6 U+1F0E7
🃤 🃥 🃦 🃧
Trump-4 (maturity) Trump-5 (old age) Trump-6 (morning) Trump-7 (afternoon)
U+1F0E8 U+1F0E9 U+1F0EA U+1F0EB
🃨 🃩 🃪 🃫
Trump-8 (evening) Trump-9 (night) Trump-10 (earth and air) Trump-11 (water and fire)
U+1F0EC U+1F0ED U+1F0EE U+1F0EF
🃬 🃭 🃮 🃯
Trump-12 (dance) Trump-13 (shopping) Trump-14 (open air) Trump-15 (visual arts)
U+1F0F0 U+1F0F1 U+1F0F2 U+1F0F3
🃰 🃱 🃲 🃳
Trump-16 (spring) Trump-17 (summer) Trump-18 (autumn) Trump-19 (winter)
U+1F0F4 U+1F0F5
🃴 🃵
Trump-20 (the game) Trump-21 (collective)

Block[edit]

Playing Cards[1][2]
Official Unicode Consortium code chart (PDF)
  0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A B C D E F
U+1F0Ax 🂠 🂡 🂢 🂣 🂤 🂥 🂦 🂧 🂨 🂩 🂪 🂫 🂬 🂭 🂮
U+1F0Bx 🂱 🂲 🂳 🂴 🂵 🂶 🂷 🂸 🂹 🂺 🂻 🂼 🂽 🂾 🂿
U+1F0Cx 🃁 🃂 🃃 🃄 🃅 🃆 🃇 🃈 🃉 🃊 🃋 🃌 🃍 🃎 🃏
U+1F0Dx 🃑 🃒 🃓 🃔 🃕 🃖 🃗 🃘 🃙 🃚 🃛 🃜 🃝 🃞 🃟
U+1F0Ex 🃠 🃡 🃢 🃣 🃤 🃥 🃦 🃧 🃨 🃩 🃪 🃫 🃬 🃭 🃮 🃯
U+1F0Fx 🃰 🃱 🃲 🃳 🃴 🃵
Notes
1.^ As of Unicode version 9.0
2.^ Grey areas indicate non-assigned code points

The Playing Cards block contains one emoji: U+1F0CF.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Unicode character database". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  2. ^ "Enumerated Versions of The Unicode Standard". The Unicode Standard. Retrieved 2016-07-09. 
  3. ^ "UTR #51: Unicode Emoji". Unicode Consortium. 2016-06-03. 
  4. ^ "UCD: Emoji Data for UTR #51". Unicode Consortium. 2016-06-02.