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The Giant Rider-Waite Tarot is just that -- huge. The 78 cards have the same images as the regular Rider-Waite Tarot, but are 3.75 by 6.5 inches in size. A bit too big for use in a reading, the cards are ideal for teaching, classes, meditation and close symbolic study.
The Giants Tarot celebrates the Jotunfolk, the giants of Northern European mythology. "Some are Gods, some are simple trolls, and many are in between. Their stories weave through northern myth like the tracks of wild animals." It's a full deck of 78 cards, with illustrations contributed by several different artists.
The Gilded Reverie Lenormand has the traditional 36 cards of a Lenormand-style deck, illustrated in Ciro Marchetti's lush and inimitable style. Published by US Games, the cards have gilded edges and are packaged in a neat little hardback box.
The Gilded Tarot is a visually stunning Rider-Waite style tarot, the first from the talented Ciro Marchetti. The 78 cards feature real people, and have a mix of medieval, fantasy, cosmic and steampunk art, all illustrated in lush, vivid colour.
The Gilded Tarot Royale is an update and re-working of Ciro Marchetti's first tarot deck, the Gilded Tarot, ten years on. It's been released as a special limited edition by Ciro himself.
The Gill Tarot has bold, attractive artwork that looks rather like it was coloured in with felt pens. The major arcana have recognisable Tarot symbology, while the minor arcana are decorated but are not scenes in the Rider-Waite sense. The card backs show a colourful design of the Tree of Life.
Gioconda - Il Volto e L'Anima is an Italian Tarot deck of 22 cards. These unusual cards show aspects of Gioconda - Mona Lisa, in English - and reflect on the identity of the most famous work by Leonardo da Vinci.
A tarot in the style of 13th century Italian painter Giotto di Bondone, which seems unusually still and posed to my modern eye. But the Giotto Tarot is a workable deck, once you are familiar with its system.
The Girlfriend's Tarot is a small set of 78 light-hearted Tarot cards. The major arcana and court cards are all illustrated with modern people, while the suits are (unfortunately) pip-style cards illustrated by Umbrellas (Wands), Pens (Swords), Teacups (Cups) and (Flowers) Pentacles.
The Glamour Tarot interprets the traditional Tarot symbolism through the use of fashion models and product photography on its 78 cards. It has been available as a promotional deck but is still a work-in-progress.