The Sheridan-Douglas Tarot is a 2006 reissue of the Sheridan Tarot from 1972. The coloured, Rider-Waite based cards are originally from a book by Alfred Douglas, The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Sheridan-Douglas Press 2006
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Sheridan-Douglas Tarot review by Bonnie Cehovet
Suits: Batons (Wands), Cups, Swords, Coins (Pentacles)
court cards: King, Queen, Knight, Knave.
Major Arcana: traditional, with the following revisions: Papess (High Priestess), Pope (Hierophant), Fortitude (Strength).
The "Sheridan-Douglas Tarot" is a reissuing of David Sheridan's 1972 Tarot deck, which is based on the black and white images from Alfred Douglas's book "The Tarot: The Origin, Meanings, and Uses of the Cards". It follows the European traditional numbering with Justice as VIII and Strength as XI. The court cards are King, Queen, Knight, and Knave. Three of the Major Arcana cards carry titles referencing earlier Tarot decks: Papess (High Priestess), Pope (Hierophant), and Fortitude (Strength).
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