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Tarot Wayang (2/6)
Tarot Wayang
Dimensions: 185px * 273px
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The Tarot Wayang is an unusual tarot based on wayang kulit, Indonesion shadow puppet performances, and designed to introduce tarot to an Indonesian audience.
Tarot Rikit (1/5)
Tarot Rikit
Dimensions: 184px * 284px
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Tarot Rikit is a stunning majors-only deck inspired by Southeast Asian visual cultural themes, and designed to have a cosmopolitan pan-Asian feel. It's by Lynyrd Narciso, and is available in a limited edition of only 50 copies.
Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles (7/9)
Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles
Dimensions: 221px * 364px
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Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles is a modern tribute to the Marseilles tradition, and specifically to Nicholas Conver and the Marteau and Grimaud decks. Chris always saw the Marseilles decks as being witty and subversive, and his deck reflects this - it 'follows the basic tradition but has enough deviations, omissions, additions and eccentricities to infuriate the purist!'
Granny Jones Australian Tarot (6/6)
Granny Jones Australian Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 266px
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The Granny Jones Australian Tarot deck is popular but unfortunately out of print and difficult to find. The cards are non-traditional and cartoony, but sweet and warm.
Visconti Tarot (4/6)
Visconti Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 356px
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A restoration of one of the oldest tarots, the Visconti-Sforza cards. The symbolism is the same in this version, but the Visconti Tarot cards have clearer colours and there are metallic gold leaf highlights and backgrounds. (The gold doesn't show up well in scans, unfortunately.)
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.
Dreamer's Garden Tarocchi (1/6)
Dreamer's Garden Tarocchi
Dimensions: 185px * 259px
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Limited edition tarot deck with an expanded and partly renamed major arcana of 36 cards. The Dreamer's Garden Tarocchi deck's artwork is collage and each scene is surrounded by a wide pale yellow border.
22 Artisti Liguri in 22 Arcani (1/6)
22 Artisti Liguri in 22 Arcani
Dimensions: 267px * 538px
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Collaborative tarot, created and published in 1992 to celebrate the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage to the Americas. Noted tarot artists Pier Canosa and Osvaldo Menegazzi are among the contributors. Published in a limited edition of 2 000 copies.
Dreams Tarot (1/7)
Dreams Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 247px
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The Dreams Tarot is an unpublished deck, based on dream imagery and illustrated in a surrealist, photo-collage style. The artist, Tamara, also created a 78-card Romanian-published deck called the Tarotul Visurilor.
Tarot M (5/10)
Tarot M
Dimensions: 285px * 420px
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The artworks are done approximately 7x11 inches in size, and are done on frosted acetate with permanent marker and india inks. These images are hand drawn and painted with no digital retouching or colorizing. The acetate takes ink really well as it is smooth, non-porous and translucent which lends to vibrant color.
Tarot of Vampyres (9/9)
Tarot of Vampyres
Dimensions: 251px * 424px
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The Tarot of Vampyres is a vampire themed deck created by British illustrator, Ian Daniels. The gothic-style art in his 78-card deck is stunning - romantic, seductive, brooding and dark.
Rabbit Tarot (1/11)
Rabbit Tarot
Dimensions: 144px * 202px
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The Rabbit Tarot is one for the animal lovers! It has rabbits appearing instead of humans on the cards, but still manages to retain workable tarot symbolism. It's a full 78 card deck, and would be suited for children, the young at heart, or readers with anxious querents.
Poppy's Love Cards (1/6)
Poppy's Love Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 275px
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Poppy's Love Cards is a set of over 200 cards specifically for providing precise answers to questions of love and relationships. It has no images, just matte-textured cards with text printed upright and reversed on the card.
Parallel Worlds Tarot (2/9)
Parallel Worlds Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 430px
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The Parallel Worlds Tarot has 78 vivid and expressive cards illustrated in glowing colours, designed to encourage intuitive reading. The cards are inspired by traditional symbolism but also take some creative and unique departures (such as featuring a clown as The Devil).
Toltec Oracle (1/3)
Toltec Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 244px
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The Toltec Oracle is a deck of 33 cards, featuring colorful artwork from original 16th-century Toltec sources. The deck incorporates Toltec spiritual principles and is intended to be a path for self-development, rather than fortunetelling.
Zombie Tarot (2/8)
Zombie Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 319px
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The Zombie Tarot is from the creator of the Housewives Tarot. This 78-card deck is a retro oracle of the undead, where 'wands become limbs, pentacles are biohazard symbols, and the Major Arcana is full of shambling corpses'.
22 Card Report Tarot (3/6)
22 Card Report Tarot
Dimensions: 122px * 232px
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Austere figures dressed in reds and blues, and set against yellow backgrounds, dominate the 22 cards of this Japanese tarot. The cards were printed as cutout pages in the back of the accompanying explanatory book.
Thelema Tarot (2/9)
Thelema Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 431px
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Rich in esoteric symbolism, magically inspired, and beautifully illustrated, the Thelema Tarot is woven like an enchanting spell. Let the evocative cards of this deck be your guide as you explore the edge between light and dark, love and struggle. With deep wisdom and the levity of true inspiration, this is a reading deck for beginners and tarot adepts alike.
Ansata Tarot (1/5)
Ansata Tarot
Dimensions: 144px * 233px
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Originally sealed complete Ansata Tarot deck, with instruction in original vinyl case. Out of print first English edition. Minor box shelf wear. The Ansata Tarot was created to go with the German book Astrologie und Tarot by B. A. Mertz. The Ansata Tarot contains only the 22 major arcana cards. It emphasizes the relationship between tarot and astrology. Each card corresponds to one of the ten planets or twelve signs of the zodiac. The card's name, number and astrological sign are shown at the bottom. The Ansata Tarot comes in a plastic slipcase that opens to the side.
Unicorn Tarot (1/6)
Unicorn Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 505px
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The Unicorn Tarot honors this mystical beast of legend that has a pure white body and a single horn coming from its forehand. Each card shows at least one unicorn, often interacting with a figure in a way that highlights the meaning of the card. The deck was created by Suzanne Star, a well-known psychic from England. The artist is Liz Hilton who specializes in fantasy art. There is a separate companion book for this deck called In Search of Unicorns.
Primal Lenormand (2/8)
Primal Lenormand
Dimensions: 326px * 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.