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Le Corte dei Tarocchi has long, narrow cards illustrated with quirky engravings that were then hand-painted. It's a collector's deck with a pleasingly aged feel, published by il Meneghello in a (somewhat) limited edition of 1100 decks.
Le Macchine di Leonardo is a majors-only Tarot deck in Italian. The rectangular cards are non-standard, with inset images of Leonardo da Vinci's machines, inventions, and creations matched to the 22 Tarot cards.
Le Millenaire Tarot de Marseilles is a modern tribute to the Marseilles tradition, and specifically to Nicholas Conver and the Marteau and Grimaud decks. Chris always saw the Marseilles decks as being witty and subversive, and his deck reflects this - it 'follows the basic tradition but has enough deviations, omissions, additions and eccentricities to infuriate the purist!'
Le Tarot d' Oswald Wirth is a high-quality reproduction, with gold metallic backgrounds, of the 22 major arcana by Oswald Wirth. From Canadian publishers Editions De L'aigle.
This Tarot de Marseille is a 78-card restored Conver Marseille deck, published by Dal Negro for the Italian Accademia dei Tarocchi (Academy of Tarot).
Le Tarot des Femmes Erotiques is a photographic deck of vintage erotica, picturing women of the early 20th century. It's a beautiful, romantic, and intimate tarot deck of 78 cards.
Le Tarot Noir is an elegant 78-card Marseille-style deck from French artist, Matthieu Hackiere. The illustrations are printed in a subdued palette, and in more flowing, finer detail than is typical for Tarot de Marseille imagery. Published with a guidebook in French.
The Jean Dodal Tarot is a Marseilles-style Tarot, a modern restoration of the 22 Dodal trumps from 1712. Jean-Claude Flornoy, a French Tarot historian, restored the deck.
Le Veritable Tarot de Marseille ('The True Tarot of Marseilles') is a lovely Marseilles variation with subdued colouration, restored and reconstructed by French Tarotist, Kris Hadar. Close attention has been paid to the finer details of the cards. Published by Mortagne.
The Lebanese Tarot sprang from the artist's love of her country, and desire to pass on the Lebanese tradition and folklore through her detailed paintings. The deck is majors only and has 22 luminous, realistically painted cards.