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A very striking unpublished, but complete, tarot deck of 22 cards. The Lilibel Tarot cards have a black background and strongly coloured scenes, with gold titles printed in Spanish.
The Liminal Tarot is a beautiful 79-card deck, created to be an all-image tarot that can be read without a little white booklet. It was guided by Thirteen's Tarot Card Meanings and Lady Frieda Harris' paintings for the Thoth Tarot. Self-published in a limited edition of 200 decks.
Linda Goodman's Star Cards are a set of 33 cards, inspired by teachings of astrologer and author, Linda Goodman. The imagery is evocative with the feel of air-brushed illustrations from the 1980s.
The self-titled Linde Famira Tarot, from 1982, has 78 Rider-Waite-inspired cards in black and white. The cards have multicultural imagery and were originally published in a German Tarot book.
The Linestrider Tarot is a 78-card deck of linestriders - those who live their lives straddling two worlds, ideas, mental states or realities. This deck takes that concept and merges it with Rider-Waite style tarot symbolism to create beautiful and evocative cards.
The Linweave Tarot is a 42 card deck printed in 1967 to promote a range of Linweave brand papers produced by the publishers. The huge - over 15cm by 22cm - cards were created by several artists and include only the majors, court cards and the Aces.
The Liquid Crystal Oracle draws on Atlantean spirituality and crystal devas to create a complete system of crystal healing. The 77 cards depict the energies of crystals rather than the stones themselves. The set also includes a 292-page companion book.
The LiteraTarot decks are the brain-child of the Italian Museo dei Tarocchi. In 2008 the theme of their yearly collaborative decks was the great classics of literature, and a deck was put together in each of the continents. The American deck was hosted by Arnell Ando.
The LiteraTarot Europa is one of the group of collaborative decks with a literature theme from the Museo dei Tarocchi. This one is by European - mainly Italian - artists, and is a limited edition, majors-only deck.
The LiteraTarot decks are the brain-child of the Italian Museo dei Tarocchi. In 2008 the theme of their yearly collaborative decks was the great classics of literature, and a deck was put together in each of the continents. This, the Oceania deck, was hosted by Fern Mercier and Lyn Olds and has cards from artists all over the region.