Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet
Also known as Noblet (c. 1650), Flornoy 2001
Les Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet is another reproduction of Marseilles-style cards dating back to 1650. The 22 trump cards have been 'refreshed' by Jean-Claude Flornoy, who also restored the Jean Dodal Tarot.
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Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet review by Bonnie Cehovet
Jean-Claude Flornoy is a noted French Tarot historian and "cartier-enlumineur". He studied the only existing "Jean Noblet Tarot" cards, currently being preserved in the French National Library, as part of his work on early Marseille style decks. This re-edited version of the "Jean Noblet Tarot" majors has been painstakingly hand colored, and is one of the most stunning Marseille style decks that I have ever seen.
The black lines follow those of the original cards, and the coloring is crystal clear and quite intense. The initials of the engraver (Jean Noblet), as was traditional for his time, can be seen on the front of the Chariot.
The cards come in a cream colored, sturdy box, with an illustration of the Sun on the front of the box, and information about the deck on the b...
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More About These Cards
Name: Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet
Alternate Names: Noblet (c. 1650), Flornoy 2001
Publisher: Self Published
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Deck Tradition: Marseilles
Minor Arcana Style: None
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