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Le Tarots Marseille de Jean Dodal (2/4)
Le Tarots Marseille de Jean Dodal
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
(scaled to 157px * 290px)
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The Jean Dodal Tarot is a Marseilles-style Tarot, a modern restoration of the 22 Dodal trumps from 1712. Jean-Claude Flornoy, a French Tarot historian, restored the deck.
Gods and Titans Oracle (7/8)
Gods and Titans Oracle
Dimensions: 184px * 273px
(scaled to 170px * 252px)
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The Gods and Titans Oracle is one of the relatively few male-oriented tarot or oracle decks around. The 36 cards feature powerful gods and deities from the ages - Osiris, Thor, Ganesha and many more.
Ancient Italian Tarot (4/4)
Ancient Italian Tarot
Dimensions: 138px * 261px
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The Ancient Italian Tarot shows artwork in a medieval Italian style. The card scenes are of a similar style as the 1JJ Swiss Tarot but with more detail and muted colour. Card titling is small and in Italian only.
Breaking the Rules Tarot (5/6)
Breaking the Rules Tarot
Dimensions: 195px * 326px
(scaled to 170px * 284px)
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The deck is not a standard tarot deck - there are 24 major arcana and the images are not based upon Rider-Waite. The delicate and colorful images are new and fresh, yet also speak to the intrinsic meanings of the cards
Buddha Tarot (6/8)
Buddha Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Buddha Tarot links the Tarot trumps and the story of Siddhartha on his journey for enlightenment. The minor arcana suits are Vajras, Jewels, Double Vajras and Lotuses.
Phoenix Tarot (2/6)
Phoenix Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 284px
(scaled to 170px * 260px)
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Titled in Italian, Paola's Phoenix Tarot deck has been created in an unusual, beautiful and very striking style that looks almost like layers of coloured paper. Previously known as Paola Angelotti's Tarot while unpublished, it's now in print as the Phoenix Tarot.
Stolen Child Tarot (2/5)
Stolen Child Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 276px
(scaled to 170px * 255px)
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The Stolen Child Tarot is a self-published labour of love from Monica Knighton, creator of the Tarot of the Dead. It's a 22 card deck, inspired by a Yeats poem of the same name.
Gothic Tarot (7/8)
Gothic Tarot
Dimensions: 237px * 400px
(scaled to 170px * 286px)
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The Gothic Tarot by Joseph Vargo is a slick and elegant 78-card deck conveying a dark gothic mood with images of vampires, gargoyles, ghosts and angels. The actual cards don't have copyright symbols.
Renaissance Tarot (5/6)
Renaissance Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 303px
(scaled to 170px * 278px)
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Another tarot deck inspired by the Renaissance historical period, this Renaissance Tarot makes heavy use of gold paint and interesting embossed-looking art.
Diva Tarot (2/6)
Diva Tarot
Dimensions: 275px * 275px
(scaled to 170px * 170px)
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A collaborative, in-progress tarot deck created to celebrate the magic of being a woman. The Diva Tarot cards are round and a include a mixture of styles.
Cards of Wellbeing (3/8)
Cards of Wellbeing
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
(scaled to 157px * 290px)
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The Cards of Wellbeing is a very odd oracle linked to crystals, the stars and Tibetan wisdom. The illustrations are very simple crystal or star images, and the cards have a very negative bent - a full third of the cards bely the title of being cards of 'wellbeing'.
Mage The Awakening Tarot (5/5)
Mage The Awakening Tarot
Dimensions: 206px * 353px
(scaled to 169px * 290px)
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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.
Poet's Tarot (7/10)
Poet's Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 296px
(scaled to 170px * 272px)
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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.
Tarot Mondo Lirondo (3/5)
Tarot Mondo Lirondo
Dimensions: 185px * 291px
(scaled to 170px * 267px)
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The Tarot Mondo Lirondo has 22 cute, playing-card size cards. The card art features hand-drawn stick-figures, and each of the majors is printed in a different colour. The title, 'Mondo Lirondo' is a play on a Spanish saying.
Millennium Tarot 2 (4/6)
Millennium Tarot 2
Dimensions: 168px * 256px
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Lots of reds and yellows in Dorothy Krause's sumptuous and rich looking deck, now known as the Millennium Tarot. Large gold borders and Renaissance angels make it quite a gorgeous deck.
Jungian Tarot (4/6)
Jungian Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 270px
(scaled to 170px * 248px)
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The Jungian Tarot is a visual expression of Jungian philosophies. The majors and court cards are detailed and full of clear symbolism, while the minors are more akin to pip cards. All cards are without titling or numbering.
Dreamer's Garden Tarocchi (2/6)
Dreamer's Garden Tarocchi
Dimensions: 184px * 256px
(scaled to 170px * 236px)
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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.
Nimue Tarot (2/2)
Nimue Tarot
Dimensions: 379px * 602px
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Only 100 decks were produced and will remain a limited edition of that number. Each card was hand-finished. Pencil drawings scanned into a computer and then coloured using a graphics program. Printed on thin card with high standard glossy lamination enhancing the deep colours of the images, the cards are strong, durable and easy to shuffle. The cards are encased in a light card individually numbered slipcase, comes with a small instruction booklet and Numbered Certificate of Authenticity. The deck comes with a Fool numbered "0" and an unnumbered Fool. The images are quite close; the only differences being that the numbered Fool walks on dark green grass (as opposed to sea green) and a sun rises near the precipice, whereas the Fool without a number is also without the imminent sunrise.
Labyrinth Wisdom Cards (8/10)
Labyrinth Wisdom Cards
Dimensions: 171px * 240px
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The Labyrinth Wisdom Cards are based on the labyrinth, an ancient symbol of wholeness, in which the path of the labyrinth represents one's journey in life. Each of the 48 cards illustrates an aspect of the journey, and offers guidance, advice and encouragement.
Vision Tarot (4/6)
Vision Tarot
Dimensions: 92px * 142px
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The Vision Tarot is an interesting purely photographic Tarot deck. Each card shows scenes with real people and real objects - a novel change from the usual Tarot drawings or paintings.
Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet (1/4)
Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet
Dimensions: 220px * 354px
(scaled to 170px * 273px)
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Les Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet is another reproduction of Marseilles-style cards dating back to 1650.

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