In switzerland, two kinds of playing cards are used. there is one, with french suits, and another, with the native swiss suits, described here.
The native swiss playing cards are a very interesting deck to say the least. the cards maintain some ancient features that were one present in german playing cards, but now long gone.
It has been said that the swiss cardmakers were so conservative, a man from the 15th c. will be quite at home with the playing cards of 1950s schaffhausen.
Things of note:
1- the tens have been replaced by banners, a feature found in the most primitive of german cards ( fith card from right in all of the pictures)
2 the court cards have their ranks spelled out ( viz; KÖING, OBER, UNDER)
for the french suited pattern mentioned earlier, see: