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The Enoil Gavat Tarot - Tavaglione, the artist's name, backwards - is an Italian esoteric Tarot featuring Egyptian, astrological, Hebrew, numerological and other symbolism inside very decorated borders.
The Epic Tarot is a rich, creative deck of high fantasy imagery illustrated in a sophisticated graphic novel style, It's a relatively non-traditional deck of 78 cards with a sword-and-sorcery theme and a powerful feel.
The Epicurean Tarot matches cooking and Tarot in its 78 recipe cards. Each card has an American-style recipe, an image from the Universal Waite Tarot, and a small blurb about its traditional meaning.
The Tarot d'Epinal is a reproduction of a French deck from 1830, republished in the 1990s by Grimaud. It has 79 cards - the extra is called the 'Consultant' - and some trumps have been renamed.
The Erde Tarock (or Tarot of the Earth) is a Marseilles-based deck with strong, individual, and reversable drawings. Published in a signed and limited edition of 500 copies.
Swedish-published, this is an erotic Tarot deck with some depth to it. The Erotica Tarot cards are black and white, and concentrate on the erotic aspects of Tarot, as well as Tantra and sex magick.
The Essential Tarot Kit is a small but solid introduction to tarot for beginners. The pretty, playing-card size Hanson-Roberts Tarot cards are accompanied by a hard-cover book with the meanings of all 78 cards.
The Esteban Lopez Tarot was never officially published in deck form, but appeared as illustrations in a German Tarot book called Tarot und Liebe in 1989. The black and white 'cards' are very explicit and not at all serious.
Esther's Australia deck is illustrated with Aussie animals (both native and introduced), flora, and multi-cultural people. There are also scenes of popular landscapes and icons, like Luna Park, Ulura and the Sydney Opera House. The deck is complete and the artist is seeking a publisher.
The Eternal Dream Tarot has 22 unlabeled and undefined cards with creatively expanded Tarot images. The cards are black and white and have skilled pen-and-ink illustrations. Self-published in a small limited edition.