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Tarot-93 is a light Russian 78-card deck in watercolours, published to accompany the book, "An ABC of the Tarot", by E. Kolesov. The major arcana cards are marked with Hebrew letters and titled in Russian, while minors are just numbered.
The TaRota Paris is a consciousness-based tarot system designed to make meaningful choices in the present tense. It has 78 cards with illustrations inspired by the statues and architectural monuments of Paris, which are also packaged with intuitive tools to extend the scope of the cards.
This tarot-deck-in-progress is absolutely stunning. The TarotNova artwork in some card images is a little dark, but overall this is one deck to watch out for.
Les Tarots Marseille de Jean Noblet is another reproduction of Marseilles-style cards dating back to 1650. The 22 trump cards have been 'refreshed' by Jean-Claude Flornoy, who also restored the Jean Dodal Tarot.
The Tarots of the Golden Dawn is a deck featuring elves and fairy-type figures - definitely not an occult Tarot, despite the title. This is the 78-card later version of the Tarocchi dell Alba Dorata and has also been printed as the Enchanted Tarot.
The Tarots of the Renaissance cards are in an Italian Renaissance style, and was painted in what looks like watercolours. This Tarot deck is an interesting visual interpretation of a previous era.
An Ancient Egyptian deck by an Italian artist, the Tarots of the Sphinx deck shows scenes of Egyptian life in flat, two dimensional drawings reminscent of tomb wall paintings.
The Oreste Zevola is a French Tarot of with abstract designs of black and red on its very long cards. The style is extremely consistent across the deck, and it's hard to tell cards apart at first glance.
The Tartessus Tarot is inspired by the pre-Roman Tartessic culture of the Iberian peninsula, with artwork based upon archeological remains discovered in the area.
The Tattooed Tarot is an unusual style of Tarot, with illustrations of tarot imagery tattooed onto people. The major arcana cards show people with Marseilles tarot images tattooed on their bodies, while the minors show a more generic image that corresponds to the card.