Also known as Ur-Lenormand, Lenormand Original
The Primal Lenormand (also known as the Ur-Lenormand or the Lenormand Original) is a 36-card reproduction of the one of the earliest known Lenormand decks. It was originally conceived as a card game, The Game of Hope.
Oracle Deck - 36 Cards - AGM-Urania 2015
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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.
This is a deck of 36 cards measuring 80 x 110 mm – a little broader than most contemporary Lenormand cards. The card stock is excellent – solid yet a little flexible, with a smooth, low sheen finish. These cards are easy to handle and shuffle evenly. The print quality is excellent, with all the age marks, ... read more reviews.
Similar Decks to Primal LenormandTheme: Historical Reproduction, Lenormand
More About These CardsName: Primal Lenormand
Alternate Names: Ur-Lenormand, Lenormand Original
Creators: Alexander Gluck
Publisher: AGM-Urania 2015
Deck Type: Oracle Deck
Card Size: 3.15 x 4.33 in. = 8.00cm x 11.00cm
Card Language: None
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Mirrored green three-leaf clover on a parchment-like background
Companion Material: 59-page little white booklet with instructions in German, French, and English.