PHYSOGS The Novel Card Game was published in England circa mid-1930s. It's an exceptionally clever use of photographs of parts of the face - eyes, nose, mouth - to create endless arrangements, many with surreal results. For details click here to read the description written for the game, which is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Note that the Met citation lists the date as 1940s. However through research on toy/game sites, it appears this was published in the mid-1930s by Waddington.
Four blank face cards, eyes, mouth and nose cards and additional
Eyes, nose and mouth cards in the game box
Arrangement of cards creating faces
Game box with all elements in place
Portion of the game box with arranged face
Face cards; three blank
Arranged face elements with surreal results
Blank face card
Three faces cards with bizarre results!