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The Rune Cards set has 30 finely drawn pen-and-ink drawings that visually illustrate the concepts of the Anglo-Saxon runes, which are quite different from the older Furthark runes.
The Runic Tarot has 24 major arcana linked with the runes of Celtic mythology, while the four suits represent the seasons. Created by Caroline Smith and John Astrop, who also created the Elemental Tarot.
These unusual Russian Gypsy Fortunetelling cards are like a puzzle. Each card has four quarter-images, which match up with the other cards to make a huge picture. The Russian lacquer box art used for the cards is gorgeous.
The Russian Lubok Tarot has 78 cards with illustrations of traditional Russian woodcuts from the 17th and 18th centuries. Each woodcut relates a different folk story, and has been selected to match the tarot card meaning and offer advice on everyday life and business.
The sumptuous Russian-style art of the majors and courts is detailed and lifelike, though the minors are unfortunately repetitive pip cards. All titles and text on the Russian Tarot appear in Russian, there is no English at all, but the tarot symbols are clear.
The cards of the Russian Tarot of St Petersburg have large black borders and the images are small and dark, as they are a series of miniature paintings of Russian people and fairy tales. Despite being a Russian deck, all text is in English.