• Peter Berthoud

Secret Seven

Updated: Sep 4

The Secret Seven Card Game by Enid Blyton, Pepys Series


First Published: 1955, Pepys Series, A Pepys Game

Illustrator or Designer: Bruno Kay


Contents: 44 Cards + Rules Booklet


The Secret Seven Box Front With Title Card
The Secret Seven Box Front With Title Card

There are 4 suits of 11 cards numbered 2-12. The suits each have a colour, Yellow, Green, Black and Red but otherwise the cards are the same.


Secret Seven cards: Colin, George, Peter, Jack, The Secret Seven, Enid Blyton and The Seven, The Hut, Janet, Barbara.

Secret Seven cards: Colin, George, Peter, Jack, The Secret Seven, Enid Blyton and The Seven, The Hut, Janet, Barbara.


Secret Seven cards: Pamela, Scamper.

Secret Seven cards: Pamela, Scamper.



The game is based on The Secret Seven books by Enid Blyton and illustrated by one of the original illustrators Bruno Kay. For more details of Bruno Kay's work on the books and all things Enid Blyton visit the Enid Blyton Society.


The only publication detail to be found in the game is the "Pepys Series" device on the box and "A Pepys Game" on the top flap, there is no mention of Castell Brothers and no address is given.


The pack featured here was part of Rex Pitts' personal collection.



Game & Version Details




Secret Seven - Card Back



Secret Seven - Rules Front



Secret Seven - Rules Back



Secret Seven - Box Back



Secret Seven - Box Top



Secret Seven - Box Side Left


Secret Seven - Box Base



Secret Seven - Box Side Right



​Secret Seven - Box Back With Flap