The figures in this somewhat gothic, self-titled Tarot deck, the Londa Tarot, are all pale and elf-like. The minor and major arcana cards look basically the same, though the deck uses the typical Rider-Waite card meanings.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - US Games 1993
Card Images from the Londa Tarot
Londa Tarot review by Simone
This was only the second or third deck I acquired,
and I have had it for a long time now, but it is not
one of my favorite decks to use for readings. The
people portrayed in the art are elfin and very, very thin
-- the style is pretty gothic, although initially I
remember seeing it as sort of a heavy-metal-band aesthetic.
This is a US Games-published deck and comes with a small booklet of divinatory
and reversed meanings, which, unlike many of US
Games' booklets, is written by the artist
herself. There are 79 cards; the extra card features a performer
type of character and the words "Who Are You Really?"
It is meant to function as a sort of wild card, but
can be removed from the deck.
Artistically, the deck is appealing in that the images and
situ... read more reviews or write a review.
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US Games 1993
Minor Arcana Style:
Unique Scenes With Suit Symbols
: Cups, Swords, Wands, Pentacles
: Page, Knight, Queen, King
: 2.75 x 4.75 in. = 6.99cm x 12.06cm
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