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Dragons are the theme of this deck and they appear on every card in the Celtic Dragon Tarot, with or without humans. The scenes are traditional tarot with a few changes - Swords are associated with Fire and Wands with Air.
The Celtic Lenormand has 45 stunning cards illustrated by Will Worthington of the DruidCraft Tarot. In addition to the 36 usual Lenormand cards, there are extra cards for both gender balance and to extend the Pagan and Celtic theme.
The Celtic Oracle is a box set designed to look like an old book. It holds two types of 20 very small cards, some with Celtic symbols, some with quotes, plus a calendar and a very basic informational book.
The Celtic Oracle is a re-issue of the Celtic Shaman's Pack. It uses the same book text as before, but the cards don't use Chesca Potter's art, and instead have very different artwork created by a variety of artists.
The Celtic Roses Tarot is a colourful deck where each card is imbued with Celtic symbols, imagery, or archetypes. Many cards also feature a rose motif. The 78-card deck is now complete, and is self-published by the artist.
The Celtic Shaman's Pack is an oracle deck of forty cards illustrated with Celtic archetypes. The artwork was created by Chesca Potter, who also created the Greenwood Tarot.
The Celtic Tarot features traditional Celtic knotwork and mythology, gorgeous colours, and very intricate detail on every card. The minor arcana are essentially pip cards in the same interwoven knotwork style.
Not to be confused with the other Celtic Tarot decks, this particular deck by Julian de Burgh shows scenes from Irish mythology in a misty, pretty watercolour style.
The Celtic Tarot from Lo Scarabeo is illustrated by two different authors in comic-book style art. Gaudenzi created the majors, with images of Celtic legends and mythology; Tenuta created the minors. Each suit is linked to a people of Ireland - Fomori, Fianna, Ulaid and Tuatha de Danann.
The Celtic Tarot Mini is the pocket-size version of the Celtic Tarot by Gaudenzi and Tenuta. These two artists jointly created the artwork, each responsible for the major and minor arcana that show the Celtic legend and the peoples of Ireland.