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The Tarot de Marseille Mamanmiyuki is a hand-drawn and painted Marseilles style deck, based on the Tarot de Marseille Pierre Madenie 1709. It's a complete 78-card set, with coloured line-drawn illustrations based on the original woodcut look.
Tarot de Marseille Pierre Madenie 1709 is a facsimile of one of the oldest Tarot de Marseille decks known, printed in Dijon, France in 1709. Beautifully reproduced in a limited edition of 3000 copies by Yves Reynaud, it has kept the colours, details, and scale of the original.
The Tarot de Marsella is a reconstruction by Spanish historians of the Tarot of Marseilles images. The backgrounds of the 78 cards are dark gold; the foregrounds bright primary colours.
The Tarot de Nostradamus, also known as the Tarot des Centuries, is a Marseilles-style deck which is based on a combination of the Payen deck from 1760, and a 17th-century French manuscript.
The Tarot de Pumariega is a Spanish Tarot deck of 78 cards that has an abstract, violently colourful, and humorous style. The cards remind me in artistic style of the Sakki-Sakki Tarot.
Tarot de St. Croix is a contemporary, multicultural deck which was inspired by current affairs, mythology, synchronicity and the artist's personal experiences. It has 78 cards with unique images intuitively illustrated in rich oil paints.
The Tarot Deck of Athennium is a Japanese-published deck of 22 major arcana cards. It has computer-generated Tarot artwork with a rich, multi-layered, busy look. There are thick, ornate borders in a gold colour surrounding the central scene.
The Tarot Deck of Heroes is the second deck from Richard ShadowFox, who created the ShadowFox Tarot. His 78-card deck of Heroes features digital art of knights, pirates, sailors, scoundrels and rogues.
The Tarot Del Arco Iris, the Rainbow Tarot, is a Spanish Tarot set with misty, ethereal imagery. The major arcana show fairly standard archetypes and the minors are decorated pip cards. The cards are titled in Spanish.
The Tarot del Fuego is a dynamic, individualistic tarot roughly based on the Marseilles pattern from Spanish artist, Ricardo Cavolo. His art on the 78 cards is a mixture of naive, pop-art and tattoo artist.