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Le Corte dei Tarocchi (6/6)
Le Corte dei Tarocchi
Dimensions: 185px * 461px
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Le Corte dei Tarocchi has long, narrow cards illustrated with quirky engravings that were then hand-painted. It's a collector's deck with a pleasingly aged feel, published by il Meneghello in a (somewhat) limited edition of 1100 decks.
Ukiyoe Tarot (7/9)
Ukiyoe Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 341px
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The Ukiyoe Tarot adapts Marseille symbolism into a Japanese style deck, with traditionally dressed figures on the Major Arcana, and undecorated minor arcana.
Middle Kingdom Tarot (1/6)
Middle Kingdom Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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The Middle Kingdom Tarot is a collection of images painted as illustrations for Seasons of the Witch calendars and planners, published by 7th House. The scope of the deck is as yet undetermined as it is a work in progress.
Celtic Tarot (4/6)
Celtic Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 309px
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Not to be confused with the other Celtic Tarot decks, this particular deck by Julian de Burgh shows scenes from Irish mythology in a misty, pretty watercolour style.
Tyldwick Tarot (8/8)
Tyldwick Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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The Tyldwick Tarot has 78 elegant cards set in a complete imaginary world, one which is like walking through a stately English home. The deck is completed but as yet unpublished, as the artist is waiting for sufficient pre-orders before printing the deck.
Victorian Fairy Tarot (2/9)
Victorian Fairy Tarot
Dimensions: 255px * 425px
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The Victorian Fairy Tarot has 78 borderless cards combining the feel, detail and flower lore of the Victorian era, and the magic and mystique of the fairy realm. It's appealing, readable and very consistent in art across the whole deck.
Avalon Tarot (2/6)
Avalon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 338px
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The Avalon Tarot is an Arthurian-themed tarot, but set in a fantasy-medieval world. The artwork is strongly coloured and reminiscent of comic books.
Color Your Own Tarot (4/8)
Color Your Own Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 303px
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The Color Your Own Tarot cards are black-and-white illustrations with a matte surface, designed to be coloured to your own preference (though some parts of card designs as in the High Priestess have been inked in black already). The card symbolism is based on the Rider-Waite, but with a modern edge. Along with the cards, the set contains a 64-page book and six coloured pencils.
Universal Marseille Tarot (8/8)
Universal Marseille Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 344px
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The Universal Marseille Tarot is based on a Swiss deck created in 1751 by by Claude Burdel, retaining the woodcat look but with more natural colour shading. It has now been published as a standalone deck, and is due to published later as a kit with a companion book written by Lee Bursten.
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance (6/6)
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
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The Golden Tarot of the Renaissance is based on the fifteenth-century French deck, the Charles VI (also known as the Estensi) of which only 17 cards remain. Lo Scarabeo's full set of 78 cards have been created in attractive watercolours and finished with a gold leaf background.
Tempest Tarot (4/7)
Tempest Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 427px
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A major arcana deck created to accompany a compputer game from South Korea, the Tempest Tarot has artwork featuring the game characters and English titles. This went on sale in Korea in December 1998, but in 2000 was revamped for the Taiwanese and Japanese market. The original version came on four CD-Roms with a booklet (in Korean) and the set of tarot cards. Tarots associated with computer games are sometimes difficult to acquire as there are many collectors of computer games and consequently the price can be rather higher than one would wish, but that is because of the fact that there are many people chasing a few items. Often these tarots reflect too much the imagery of the game and have almost no tarot content, but the Korean Tempest tarot is very much a tarot deck. The imagery is set, rather attractively, within a muted brown border with cloud like forms, in which is a complex linear structure framing the images of the cards. The Fool is conventional, tripping along with his dog and his bundle. The Lovers are placed facing in opposite directions with their backs to a central tree. Death is a rather severe skeleton in a dark robe.
Sasha Fenton Tarot (3/6)
Sasha Fenton Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 341px
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Part of a book and card set, the Sasha Fenton Tarot has glowing artwork in an idealised, pretty, medieval style. Majors are traditional and the minors are mostly pip cards.
Universe Cards 2 (7/9)
Universe Cards 2
Dimensions: 185px * 284px
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In the Universe Cards, astronomy, The Universe and quantum physics meld together, forming an oracle deck that shows how the spectacle of the firmament mirrors your inner being.
Tarot Philatelique (1/6)
Tarot Philatelique
Dimensions: 185px * 347px
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The Tarot Philatelique (or Philatelic Tarot) is a French deck designed to play the game of Tarot, rather than for readings. The majors and court cards feature French stamps and the minors are very similar to playing cards.
Ancient Minchiate Etruria Tarot (2/5)
Ancient Minchiate Etruria Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 337px
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An early (eighteenth century) tarot deck with some unusual features. The Ancient Minchiate Etruria Tarot has 41 major arcana cards, which include astrological signs, the four virtues, and four elements, but not a high priestess/popess.
Madame Endora's Fortune Cards (3/6)
Madame Endora's Fortune Cards
Dimensions: 234px * 378px
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Madame Endora's Fortune Cards blend Egyptian, Celtic and fantasy themes into an original, easy-to-use oracle deck of 48 cards. Most artwork is dimensional and detailed, but for 15 cards which seem a little more rushed. From Monolith Graphics, the publishers of the Gothic Tarot.
Connolly Tarot (4/9)
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.
Etruscan Tarot (5/6)
Etruscan Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 353px
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The Etruscan Tarot is a historically-themed art deck, based on the culture, civilisation, and mystical beliefs of the ancient Etruscans, a pre-Roman tribe who lived in what is now modern day Italy.
Mastery of Love Cards (4/8)
Mastery of Love Cards
Dimensions: 250px * 252px
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The Mastery of Love Toltec Wisdom deck has 48 cutely illustrated, uplifting cards. The face of the cards has a short sentence meaning entwined with the image, while text on the back of the card expands on that meaning.
Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards (3/7)
Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 254px
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The Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards are just like normal playing cards in suit and structure, but have a small roughly illustrated scene in the bottom right of each card and a divinatory phrase or two above it.
Initiates Way Tarot (2/8)
Initiates Way Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 304px
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The imagery of the Initiates Way Tarot is a mix of paintings, photography and multi-media. The cards are linked with the Qabbalistic Tree of Life. The full deck of 78 cards is accompanied by an interactive learning CD. Sets are made to order by the artist.