3 cards on the same copperplate engraving in the size 14 x 21,6 (really big for playing cards) are given as in possession of Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin. It belongs to "only few authentical copperplate engravings of the Iberian peninsula of 15th century" and they 3 courtfigures of the suit "denari". On the coin of the Knight and the Queen the inscription Valensia is shown. Valencia belonged to Aragon. The style of the engraving is suspected to be similar to the unknown master, who designed paintings in the "Genealogia de los Reyes de Espana" from Alfonso da Cartagena, which was made for Enrique IV. of Castilia ( 1425 - 1474).
King Queen Knight
Simon Wintle presents at his site (upper row) the same 3 cards in combination with 2 others, which my informations of general art history doesn't know.