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Tattooed Tarot (8/8)
Tattooed Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 338px
(scaled to 159px * 290px)
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The Tattoed Tarot is an unusual style of Tarot, with illustrations of tarot imagery tattooed onto people. The major arcana cards show people with Marseilles tarot images tattooed on their bodies, while the minors show a more generic image that corresponds to the card.
Jean Noblet Tarot (4/8)
Jean Noblet Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 307px
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The Jean Noblet Tarot is a Marseilles variant from 1650, restored and with a few missing cards added by French Tarot historian and artist Jean-Claude Flornoy. The deck has 78 cards and a useful 64-page booklet in a cardboard box.
Manga Tarot (2/8)
Manga Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 423px
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The Manga Tarot is from Taiwanese artist Selena Lin who specialises in shojo, a romantic style of comic especially for teenage girls. Her 78 cards are pretty and filled with cute, big-eyed characters. Packaged as a set in a hinged, rigid cardboard box with a 64-page book.
Quick and Easy Tarot (7/8)
Quick and Easy Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 324px
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The Quick and Easy Tarot attempts to simplify the use of Tarot cards. It has very large orange and blue borders with printed upright and reversed card meanings, around illustrations from the Universal Waite Tarot.
Tarot of the Sweet Twilight (4/8)
Tarot of the Sweet Twilight
Dimensions: 185px * 343px
(scaled to 156px * 290px)
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The Tarot of the Sweet Twilight is a uniquely illustrated deck with artwork very reminiscent of Tim Burton's films. It's slightly surreal, vibrantly coloured, and provides a great jumping-off point for intuitive readings.
Millennium Tarot 3 (6/6)
Millennium Tarot 3
Dimensions: 185px * 292px
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This Millennium Tarot is a full 78 card deck from the very talented (and prolific) artist, Amerigo Folchi. It's almost a Rider-Waite clone - but for the historical and famous figures from the last millennium who have become the faces on the cards.
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) (2/8)
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio)
Dimensions: 298px * 498px
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The Women of May Tarot (also known as Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) was designed by Bianca Maria Rizzoli to commemorate the National Festival of Women held in Bologna, Italy in May of 1982. The artwork on the cards is simply crisp, clean and stunningly beautiful. The minors are fully illustrated differently for each suit, but remain the same throughout a given suit, with the appropriate number of symbols included. There are 78 cards plus two front cards and two small booklets written in Italian, all encased in their original sturdy plastic swing lid box which is labelled bearing one of the images on a card inside. Limited edition of 1,500 copies.
Linweave Tarot (1/4)
Linweave Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 396px
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The Linweave Tarot is a 42 card deck printed in 1967 to promote a range of Linweave brand papers produced by the publishers. The huge - over 15cm by 22cm - cards were created by several artists and include only the majors, court cards and the Aces.
Universal Love Cards (3/8)
Universal Love Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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The Universal Love Healing Oracle Cards has 45 intuitive paintings from Australian artist Toni Carmine Salerno, and is packaged with a 60-page book. A deck for inspiration, guidance and healing.
I 55 Tarocchi di Alan (2/2)
I 55 Tarocchi di Alan
Dimensions: 545px * 310px
(scaled to 170px * 96px)
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Tarocchi deck, fifty five double ended cards, for gaming and divination.
Hanson-Roberts Tarot (7/8)
Hanson-Roberts Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 305px
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The Hanson-Roberts Tarot is the deck I learnt to read with.. it's an easy to understand one for beginners and has positive, slightly medieval artwork that was originally drawn in coloured pencil. Some of the humans look a little odd, but it grows on you.
Tarot de Belmont (4/7)
Tarot de Belmont
Dimensions: 173px * 223px
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Le Tarot de Belmont is a rather dream-like fantasy tarot deck of 22 cards. The figures on the cards are unnaturally tall and thin, though the tarot symbology is recognisable. The cards also have thick checkered black and white borders, which add to the effect of peering through at another world.
Housewives Tarot (4/6)
Housewives Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 296px
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The Housewives Tarot is a kitschy "domestic divination deck" packaged in a mock recipe box. The artwork is thoroughly fifties in style, attitude, furnishings, and fashion. It's a light-hearted gift set for the complete Tarot beginner, or a novelty deck for the more experienced reader or collector.
Third Eye Oracle (3/7)
Third Eye Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 292px
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The Third Eye Oracle has 48 cards with fairly simple designs, arranged in 12 themes of growth, change and perception. Each theme contains a four card cycle illustrating its aspects, which are also visually associated with the colours of the four elements. The deck is self-published by the artist.
Lothrop Lenormand (7/10)
Lothrop Lenormand
Dimensions: 250px * 429px
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The Lothrop Lenormand is designed for lovers of well-worn antique cards, and is a pastiche based around lithographs and antique prints. It's available in two versions: a coloured version designed as vintage aquatints, and an uncoloured version designed as monochrome engravings. The deck is now available for preorder.
Lunatic Tarot (3/9)
Lunatic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 357px
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The Lunatic Tarot has 78 cards with expressive, artistic character illustrations in brownish hues. On the back is the corresponding card from the Rider-Waite and its title in English. The large size 'portfolio' edition - approximately five by ten inches - has cards bound together with thin, tearable plastic binding, but can be separated for use. Now also available in a regular card-sized edition with titles in English and Chinese.
Mage The Awakening Tarot (5/5)
Mage The Awakening Tarot
Dimensions: 206px * 353px
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Mage The Awakening Tarot was made for use with a role-playing game, but also works as a stand-alone tarot.
Tarot of Mermaids (12/12)
Tarot of Mermaids
Dimensions: 144px * 233px
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1JJ Swiss Tarot (4/8)
1JJ Swiss Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 347px
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Popular tarot deck depicting 19th century-style artwork and costumed figures. Early North American editions used French titles on the cards; later editions changed the titles into English. The High Priestess and Hierophant cards are represented by (and titled after) the Roman deities Junon and Jupiter respectively. The pip cards are unillustrated, as per the Marseilles style.
Tell Me Tarot (7/8)
Tell Me Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 328px
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The Tell Me Tarot is designed to make the wisdom of tarot accessible to anyone. It has simplified but recognisable tarot scenes, text titles and meanings on the cards underneath the tarot scenes, and even indicates whether they are positive or negative. Originally published in 2004 in Hebrew and English, it has also been reprinted in 2008 by US Games.
Winged Spirit Tarot (3/6)
Winged Spirit Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 280px
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Winged spirits - angels - are represented in this art deck, drawn and placed upon a featureless monochromatic background. The contrast highlights the poses and detail of the central figures in the Winged Spirit Tarot.