The following deck is made by Bonaparte, a Czechoslovakian company. It is based on the "Tell pattern", but has several notable differences.
The first differnce is the lack of names. Most "tell pattern" decks name the court cards and aces. For example, the ace of leaves ( Top row, first card from left) is typically labelled ozsp/herbst , meaning autumn.
The court cards in such decks are usually labelled, which is also absent in this deck. For example, the ober of acorns ( Bottom row, 3rd from left) is titled "William Tell". This is absent, but the card still depicts Tell-- The cross-bow he holds is Tell-ing!
Apart from the differences above, the cards are quite similar to most patterns. The only differnce appears to be the use of more muted palate of colours.
( compare http://anthonylesq.blogspot.sg/2011/10/magyar-kartya.html and http://anthonylesq.blogspot.sg/2011/11/miniature-tell-pattern-piatnik.html )
Comparisons between the present deck ( marked B) and a more typical deck, by Piatnik.
(marked P) The top row shows the court cards, and the differences are quite obvious.
The makers seem to have removed all references to the William tell legend in the pip cards. For example, in the 8 of hearts, ( Bottom row, first pair from left), the Piatnik deck depicts a scene in the William tell legend where he steers a boat across a stormy lake. The Bonaparte deck shows a simple sailing ship.
Although the scenes in the cards have been altered, the designers of the Bonaparte deck have decided to retain the theme of the cards. The 7 of bells ( First pair from left) depicts a parting couple, but the piatnik deck includes a child-- presumably Tell's son. The 7 of hearts ( second pair from left) instead of showing Gessler's death, shows a simple mounted figure.