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The Universal Marseille Tarot is based on a Swiss deck created in 1751 by by Claude Burdel, retaining the woodcat look but with more natural colour shading. It has now been published as a standalone deck, and is due to published later as a kit with a companion book written by Lee Bursten.
The Universal Tarot draws on many diverse cultures and mythologies such as Christianity, the Egyptians, Islam, Shamanism, Buddhism and more, to show cultural diversity.
The Universal Tarot is a multi-lingual basic tarot deck suitable for beginners. Pamela Colman-Smith's Rider-Waite images have been recoloured and redrawn in a more Italian, dynamic style.
The Universal Tarot Grand Trumps are the third of Lo Scarabeo's Grand Trumps series, and has the 22 large-sized Rider-Waite style illustrations of the Universal Tarot major arcana.
The Universal Tarot Mini is the small-size edition of Lo Scarabeo's re-illustration of the Rider-Waite Tarot, the Universal Tarot. The 78 miniature cards are a perfect size for a purse or for travelling.
The Universal Tarot Professional is a another edition of the Universal Tarot, printed with black borders and at a huge size - 3.5 by 6.6 inches. The 78 large size cards makes it ideal for use in study groups or for the short-sighted!
The Universal Transparent Tarot uses images from the Universal Tarot in an innovative way - by making a part of the card transparent, and so allowing up to six cards to layer together into a mosaic. It's similar to the Transparent Tarot but uses more standard tarot imagery.
The Universal Waite Pocket Tarot is a smaller size version of the Rider-Waite images redrawn by Mary Hanson-Roberts. The cards are 3 1/2 by 2 1/4 inches in size.
Imagine the Rider-Waite with artwork in the style of the Hanson-Roberts deck. The Universal Waite Tarot is quite a pretty version (or clone) of the Rider-Waite, with more appealing, softer artwork.
Now availabe in a small-size tin edition!
The Universal Wirth Tarot is a modern and expanded version of the Oswald Wirth Tarot. The minor arcana are a new and unique addition, and while not fully scenic have decorative elements around the suit symbols.