Richardson of Leeds. Richardson was a printer not a lithographer; it made the finished product for designers & dealers in football cards, such as Baines. Richardson was responsible for some of the earlier cards, in the early 1880's, many of which were made for Baines' use. It also made cards for Briggs, Baines' noted competitor. Richardson produced cards into the early 1890's. Cards with dates on players' caps have been noted, e.g. "1891" on a Wakefield Trinity card