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The Fool's Wisdom Oracle is a light-hearted 52-card set from Sonia Choquette, loosely modelled on the tarot. There are two suits with 12 Major Fools and 40 Minor Fools. It's designed for daily wisdom and personal growth.
The Forest Folklore Tarot is inspired by the New Forest, an ancient woodland in England. The blended watercolour and photographic cards feature forest wildlife and fairies, gnomes and nymphs from legend.
The Fortuna's Wheel Tarot is the second deck from Nigel Jackson, who also created the Medieval Enchantment Tarot. This 22-card deck has a very similar illustration style and feel, and has been published by Adam McLean.
Basically a deck of playing cards (four suits of thirteen cards plus two jokers), the Fortune Teller's Deck is intended for divinatory uses. The artwork is old-style and the cards have an aged look.
Using the Chinese game of Mahjongg as a basis for an oracle, this Fortune Teller's Mah Jongg deck is very large (over 140 cards) and has authentic looking oriental artwork. The cards are divided into four 'decks' with three suits each, seven honours cards and eight guardian cards.
These images that make up the Four Elements Tarot are of Angela's personal tarot deck, handmade for her own use. The minor arcana have strong links to the earth/air/fire/water elements.
The Fradella Adventure Tarot is a comic-style deck of superheroes and villains, featuring characters from the fictional 'Cyber Age Adventures' universe by Frank Fradella.
The Frau Grand Duchess Tarot has 78 full-colour collaged cards, originally put together on green index cards. The collages have a very sixties retro vibe, even down to the typewriter font used for the titles. Self-published and available direct from the artist.
The French Cartomancy deck is a 36-card oracle, a reconstruction of a deck from the era of Mlle. Lenormand. The cards are numbered but untitled, and feature pastoral scenes with a playing card inset.
The Frideborg Tarot is a 79-card photographic tarot deck, with a modern feel and real life images. A self-published, printed version is available direct from the artist, and there is also a free, downloadable digital version.