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Colman-Smith Tarot (3/6)
Colman-Smith Tarot
Dimensions: 190px * 273px
(scaled to 170px * 244px)
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In the Colman-Smith Tarot, Pamela Colman-Smith's line drawings as originally used in the Rider-Waite Tarot, have been psychedically enhanced with a fluorescent colour scheme.
Quest Tarot (5/6)
Quest Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 314px
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Created in 3D modelling software, thee Quest Tarot cards are luminous, dreamlike and vivid. The 79 card deck has also been designed to be similar to a ouija board for divinatory use.
Gran Tarot Esoterico (3/6)
Gran Tarot Esoterico
Dimensions: 171px * 312px
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A wholly Spanish deck in design and origin, El Gran Tarot Esoterico has somewhat crude scenes on white backgrounds. The card titles are also in Spanish.
Kendra's Vintage Petit Lenormand (5/5)
Kendra's Vintage Petit Lenormand
Dimensions: 250px * 383px
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Kendra's Vintage Petit Lenormand is a vintage-style Lenormand deck, but with 54 cards instead of the usual 36. It's been designed to allow the reader to choose cards to their taste and assemble their own deck.
I Cani (1/6)
I Cani
Dimensions: 185px * 265px
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The "i Cani" deck has 22 major arcana cards and is wholly devoted to dogs of different breeds in Tarot poses. It's a limited edition Tarot, with unlaminated cardboard cards printed in black and white.
PoMo Tarot (2/6)
PoMo Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 291px
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The PoMo Taro by Brian Williams is only loosely associated with the traditional tarot archetypes, featuring renamed suits such as Bottles and Bills, and an interesting array of modern symbols. The art is simple, ink and watercolours.
Crystal Tarot (2/5)
Crystal Tarot
Dimensions: 181px * 297px
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The Crystal Tarot links tarot with crystal therapy. The major arcana have fairly standard imagery, but the minors are non-scenic. The illustrations were created by the same artist as the cards of the Art of Tarot.
Cachet Tarot (1/6)
Cachet Tarot
Dimensions: 186px * 277px
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The Cachet Tarot is a box set with 78 cards and a 48-page book. The tarot cards are vibrantly illustrated but disappoint in the minor arcana, which aren't peopled scenes, but instead have the suit elements superimposed over a landscape.
Major Tom's Tarot (4/6)
Major Tom's Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 309px
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Named for its creator, Major Tom's Tarot is a collage of personal photographs and images in 78 cards.
Poet's Tarot (3/10)
Poet's Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 296px
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A Poet's Tarot is a women-oriented 74 card deck from 1986. It has black and white non-traditional illustrations on one side, and on the back of each card is a linked poem in purple and silver (instead of a universal design). The suits of Sticks, Bowls, Knives and Pens are numbered from 1 to 13 - there's no distinction made for the court cards.
PicTarot (2/8)
PicTarot
Dimensions: 185px * 298px
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The Pictarot is a dual-use tarot deck. The 22 major arcana are influenced by the Thoth Tarot, and feature creatures from contemporary character design. The minors are identical to playing cards, and can be used on their own.
Wonderland Tarot (3/6)
Wonderland Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 510px
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All the characters from Alice in Wonderland in this Rider-Waite reworking. The Wonderland Tarot has suits of Oysters, Flamingos, Hats and Peppermills, and also includes Tweedledee and Tweedledum as the Lovers.
Dream Enchantress Tarot (3/9)
Dream Enchantress Tarot
Dimensions: 170px * 328px
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The Dream Enchantress Tarot is from the same artist who created the Secret Tarot. It's a fantasy, mysterious, feminine deck, and with minimal black borders to set off the luminous images.
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books (3/8)
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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This version of the Rider-Waite Tarot was published by University Books beginning in 1959. Its colours are more vivid than later editions - the blues and purples are almost electric - and the backs have a different design.
Avalon Tarot (3/6)
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.
Osho Transformation Tarot (2/6)
Osho Transformation Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 310px
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The Osho Transformation Tarot features parables and legends from Zen, Buddhism, Christian, Tantra and other religions. It has 60 cards and is not really a Tarot deck; it has no major arcana or suits.
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) (3/8)
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.
8-Bit Tarot (3/8)
8-Bit Tarot
Dimensions: 176px * 304px
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The 8-bit Tarot was started as an homage to the video games the artist grew up with, imagining the Rider-Waite tarot as if it were designed by a video game graphics artist. The characters on the cards are rounded and cartoony, the colors bright, the art fully pixellated, and the images drawn directly using the Rider-Waite as a guide.
Servants of the Light Tarot (4/8)
Servants of the Light Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 276px
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The Servants of the Light Tarot is a collaboration by English Traditional Witch, Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki (who also created the Shakespearian Tarot) and the authors of the Gill Tarot and Magickal Tarot (Gill completed the majors, Clark the minor cards). The art in the major arcana is particularly deep and vibrant.
Decktet (1/8)
Decktet
Dimensions: 200px * 280px
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The Decktet has 36 cards divided into six suits: moons, leaves, suns, waves, wyrms and knots. The images are double-ended, sometimes mirrored and on others with reversed variations. It's primarily for card games but can also be used for fortune-telling. The deck is available online for free or there is a low-cost printed version.
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.