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El Tarot Murciano is Spanish published, 22 card tarot deck. The cards are very glossy on the top surface and painted in a surreal two dimensional style. An atypical collector's deck.
The Tarot Mystique has 22 major arcana cards of surreal imagery in strong colours. The deck, by Alexander Mourouzi, was published in 1983 in Switzerland.
The Tarot Namur is a majors only deck from Brazil, first published in 1986. The cards are colourful and filled with esoteric symbolism, and are titled in Portuguese.
The Tarot ng Daigdig sa Balintataw (or 'The World Inside the Pupil Tarot') is a stunning art tarot by Lynyrd Narcico, beautifully produced in a limited edition by Adam McLean. The art on the 22 cards is finely line-drawn and filled with muted colours.
Tarot Noir, a self-published deck of 22 major arcana, has black and white printed cards with surreal and moody imagery. The cards are titled in English.
The Tarot Nova is a deck of 78 cards with vaguely Renaissance artwork of simplified Rider-Waite imagery centred on a black background. It's a cute gift shop tarot, and the cards are appropriate for children. There are two versions - one with tiny foldout cards, one with more regular sized cards.
A section of each card in the Tarot Numerologico is devoted to large astrological, numerological and alchemical symbols. Below is a tarot scene of vibrantly coloured Marseilles-style art, surrounded by a thick white border. Titles are in Spanish, French and English.
The Tarot Nusantara is an Indonesian published 78-card deck. The art has a South-East Asian flavour but sticks closely to the original Rider-Waite symbolism. The titles of the deck, and the companion book, are printed in Bahasa Indonesian.
The Tarot of a Moon Garden is a feminine, romantic deck with a fantasy feel. Butterflies, unicorns, castles, and faeries are everywhere in this enchanted garden, and it's a nice, pretty deck.
The Tarot of Atlantis is a fantasy deck, illustrating the mythical civilisation described in the writings of Plato. The 78 cards are fully illustrated and depict landscapes, buildings, and the religious and daily lives imagined to be lived by Atlanteans.