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Le Veritable Tarot de Marseille (Hadar)

Also known as Le véritable Tarot de Marseille, 1996

Le Veritable Tarot de Marseille ('The True Tarot of Marseilles') is a lovely Marseilles variation with subdued colouration, restored and reconstructed by French Tarotist, Kris Hadar. Close attention has been paid to the finer details of the cards. Published by Mortagne.

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Created by Kris Hadar
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Mortagne 1996


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Le Veritable Tarot de Marseille (Hadar) review by Jean-Michel David

Having written a review for the Camoin Tarot of Marseilles about a year ago, I now - today! - also have the also recently re-designed Marseille deck by Kris Hadar - again a truly marvellous Marseille rendition, and unlike, for example, the Convos which just lacks so many of the generic deck's finer qualities!

For Kris Hadar, 'the Tarot is a Cathedral wherein each may in prayer discover within one's existential labyrinth the path to one's salvation!' (p18 LWB, my translation). When one truly believes this, then surely depth of care will weave itself into the deck's re-design.

In order to avoid repeating some of the general comments I make in relation to the Marseille, may I suggest that you first read that earlier Camoin deck rev...
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Theme: Historical Reproduction, Marseilles

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Name: Le Veritable Tarot de Marseille (Hadar)
Alternate Names: Le véritable Tarot de Marseille, 1996
Creators: Kris Hadar
Publisher: Mortagne 1996
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Marseilles
Minor Arcana Style: Marseilles-Style Pips
Suits: Baton, Coupe, Epee, Deniers
Court Cards: Valet, Chevalier, Royne, Roy
Major Titles: Le Fol, le basteleur, la papesse, l'imperatrice, l'empereur, le pape, l'amoureux, le chariot, la Iustice, l'hermite, la roue de fortune, la force, le pendu, unnamed death, la temperance, le diable, la maison Dieu, l'estoille, la lune, le soleil, le Iugement, le monde
The Fool is Unnumbered
Strength is 11
Justice is 8

Card Size: 2.56 x 4.80 in. = 6.50cm x 12.20cm
Card Language: French
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: A single circular geometric medallion in gold with blue, green and red elaboration on a field of deep periwinkle blue with a black geometric design which is in turn bordered by deep red with a decorative flower motif, a thin black border and a standard wh

Companion Material: Little white booklet in French.

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