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Olympus Guardian Tarot 2 (5/6)
Olympus Guardian Tarot 2
Dimensions: 185px * 282px
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The Olympus Guardian Tarot 2 is a majors-only set from South Korea. The cards depict Ancient Greek deities and game symbols and ratings.
Mystic Pug Tarot (5/7)
Mystic Pug Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 335px
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The Mystic Pug Tarot is an amusing deck designed to promote Topkote paper products. It's not really a Tarot deck, more of a humourous corporate oracle. It has 14 colour-illustrated major cards (with titles like The Ego, Bob, The Deadline, and The Boss) plus sixteen black and white minor cards in four suits: Pugs, Ferrets, Carp and Gerbils.
Wizards Tarot (8/8)
Wizards Tarot
Dimensions: 190px * 317px
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The Wizards Tarot is a tarot deck and a school of magic, where the majors feature the professors and the minors feature the students. Designed by Corinne Kenner and illustrated by John Blumen, it has photo-realistic digital art and a distinct Harry Potter feel.
Connolly Tarot (6/9)
Connolly Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Connolly Tarot is a set of 78 rather beautiful vibrant and vivid cards. They have kinder, gentler tarot imagery with a Christian influence. The author has also toned down two 'scary' cards in the deck: Death is now Transition and the Devil is Materialism.
22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump (4/5)
22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump
Dimensions: 440px * 441px
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The 22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump tarot deck (22 Arcana by 22 Artists) is a collaborative effort by 22 different Italian artists, each painting a different card. Many cards retain their archetypal symbology, while others veer off into entirely new territory. The idea for this deck was orchestrated by Osvaldo Menegazzi, the owner of Edizione il Meneghello, who published the deck in 1989 as a limited edition of 2,000 hand-numbered copies.

Artistic styles range from fantasy to surreal, realistic to comic on these over-sized cards; there is no theme or thread tying them all together. While most are full color, a couple of cards are rendered in black & white or gray scale. All cards have a traditional Italian title at the card bottom, and a small artist name below the right bottom corner of the illustration. About 1/3 of the cards in this deck show female nudity, but the Devil is also very nude, and quite detailed.

Some of the artists who contributed to this deck have created other tarots, and their style is apparent here - examples are L'Apesso (the Hanged Man), painted by Domenico Balbi, and the Le Stelle (The Star) painted by Giorgio Tavaglione. The Il Matto (the Fool), painted by Giovanni Scarsato, wears a shirt bearing the name of the publishing company, Il Meneghello. Osvaldo Menegazzi illustrated Il Sole (the Sun) card.

The remaining artists are; Piero Alligo, Davide Noti, Romano Conversano, Gino Mazzotta, Sandro Bellenghi, Galeazzo Van Mörl, Giorgio Dall'Aglio, Luca Enoch, Paolo Giorno, Coca Frigerio, Alessandra Titti Cusatelli, Pina Andronico Tosonotti, Giuliano Spagnul, Marisa Bello, Marcella Brancaforte, Gianni Meloniski, Gianni Maiotti and Elio R. Silvestri. All artists names are embossed on gold on the front cover of the leather bookcase-style wrap, and listed in the companion booklet, along with their artistic mediums, date & place of birth. 1 hand-numbered title card is included. Card finish is high gloss on card faces, with un-coated tan card backs.

The 15 page Italian booklet also has 1-3 paragraphs of information pertaining to the card itself, which may include divinatory meanings, but there are no layouts.

Knapp-Hall Tarot (6/6)
Knapp-Hall Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 273px
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The Knapp-Hall Tarot is a reprint of the original Knapp Tarot, which was first published in 1929. The majors have a French influence and the minors are unillustrated.
Hello Kitty Tarot (4/6)
Hello Kitty Tarot
Dimensions: 161px * 243px
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The Hello, Tarot is a very cute black and white deck that uses the traditional Rider-Waite tarot scenes, but with Hello Kitty as the main character. Now out of print, the deck is unfortunately becoming harder to obtain.
Tarot of the Heart People (1/8)
Tarot of the Heart People
Dimensions: 240px * 360px
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In the Tarot of the Heart People, the characters don't just wear their hearts on their sleeves - they are their hearts. The deck attempts to show particular psychological states in each card. The deck is in-progress and as yet unpublished.
Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles (9/9)
Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles
Dimensions: 185px * 320px
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Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles is a unique deck based primarily on the iconography of the Dodal Marseilles, but with a modern twist in dress and attitude. First printed in a limited edition of 50 decks during the 2005 Melbourne International Tarot Conference, it's now also being published by Schiffer Books.
Golden Dragon Tarot (6/6)
Golden Dragon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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The Golden Dragon Tarot is a deck of 78 cards, fully illustrated with pretty - but perhaps not historically accurate - scenes from ancient China and Chinese culture. The major arcana have been retitled to suit the theme.
Titania's Fortune Cards (4/6)
Titania's Fortune Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 268px
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Titania's Fortune Cards are a modern reinterpretation of Mlle. Lenormand's Fortune Telling Cards. These cards are very simple - each featuring a single object - and are almost fluorescently coloured.
Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards (5/7)
Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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Magical Mermaids and Dolphins Oracle Cards are another 44-card oracle set from Doreen Virtue. The cards are designed to be easy to use and feature pretty illustrations above inspirational quotes.
Guardian Angel Cards (2/5)
Guardian Angel Cards
Dimensions: 250px * 222px
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The heart-shaped cards of the Guardian Angel Cards are from prolific artist, Toni Carmine Salerno. The 44 cards have no pictures, just a keyword and an inspirational paragraph or prayer on a coloured background. Packaged with a 46-page companion booklet.
Ultimate Oracle (6/6)
Ultimate Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 263px
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The Ultimate Oracle is a very stripped down 44-card deck of duality and opposites. Half the cards are black with a keyword in white, the other half the reverse. It's designed to be a deck of observations, insights and possibilities and a guide to your life.
Hugobian Tarot (1/4)
Hugobian Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 294px
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Step into Hugobia, the Land of Bears, in the Hugobian Tarot. There are teddy bears on every card of this charming and attractive tarot deck.
Revelations Tarot (6/6)
Revelations Tarot
Dimensions: 188px * 300px
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The Revelations Tarot has illuminated artwork with a swirling effect reminiscent of stained glass. Its art is also double-ended, with an upright and reversed image merging in the center of the card.
Transparent Oracle (2/8)
Transparent Oracle
Dimensions: 250px * 250px
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The Transparent Oracle expands on the concept of the ground-breaking Transparent Tarot from Emily Carding. The Oracle has 70 circular, clear cards, which allows the symbology inspired by the natural world and the universe to be read in layers and rotated as well.
Primal Lenormand (7/8)
Primal Lenormand
Dimensions: 328px * 460px
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The Primal Lenormand is a reproduction of one of the earliest complete Lenormand decks, courtesy of the British Museum. Originally conceived as a game – The Game of Hope – which is somewhat reminiscent of a Monopoly-and-Snakes-and-Ladders hybrid, played with dice, and with the added attraction of a cash jackpot. Eventually the game fell from favour and faded from memory. Some 50 years after its initial appearance the deck resurfaced, this time as fortune telling cards. The original artwork was most likely done on carved wooden printing blocks (as was the original RWS deck), with the basic image in black on white, and colours overlaid afterwards. The palette is limited to half a dozen colours – red, pink, yellow, green, brown, blue. The artwork would have been current at the time of publication (1799) – and to our modern eyes both historically interesting and somewhat sparse.
Cary-Yale Visconti Tarot (5/6)
Cary-Yale Visconti Tarot
Dimensions: 137px * 275px
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The Cary-Yale Visconti Tarot is a faithful reproduction of an original Italian fifteenth century tarot deck. The deck has the 67 cards that are still in existence in Yale University's Cary Collection of Playing Cards, plus recreations for 19 missing cards. This Visconti deck is also unusual because it has male and female Knights and Pages in the court cards.
Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot (1/6)
Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 323px
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The Lars-Kristian Holmsen Tarot is a 78-card deck that simply goes by the name of tarot, published in Norway. The art is stark, with very colourful elements on a dark purple background, and pip style minor cards.
Nahualli Animal Oracle (4/4)
Nahualli Animal Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 310px
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The Nahualli Animal Oracle is a serious oracle deck honouring animal energies, and their links with Aztec religion and civilisation. The artwork on the 39 cards is in primitive style.