Decks with illustrations are each end of the card, so that there is an upright image regardless of the orientation of the card.
The Alan Tarot Deck has 78 cards in the tarock style. The majors and courts have double-ended, exotic art deco style illustrations created by Orell in 1910, while the numbered suit cards are simple playing cards.
The Decktet has 36 cards divided into six suits: moons, leaves, suns, waves, wyrms and knots. The images are double-ended, sometimes mirrored and on others with reversed variations. It's primarily for card games but can also be used for fortune-telling. The deck is available online for free or there is a low-cost printed version.
The Revelations Tarot has illuminated artwork with a swirling effect reminiscent of stained glass. Its art is also double-ended, with an upright and reversed image merging in the center of the card.
The Tarocco Piemontese is a reproduction by Dal Negro of a 19th century Italian style of deck. It has double-ended imagery on the major arcana and court cards, and pip cards in the minor arcana.
The Tarot Asterix features characters and scenes from Asterix, the well-known French comic, on its double-ended cards. While named a Tarot, this is a deck intended for the game of Tarock, rather than divination or guidance.
The Tarot Genovese reproduces a gaming tarot deck from the late nineteenth century. The cards look similar to the Soprafino Tarot but are double-ended, similar to playing cards.
Trionfi: Tarot Playing Cards is a set of 78 Anglo-American playing cards, designed for English speakers to play the Tarot, Tarock and Tarocchi games of continental Europe. The cards are double-ended and have imagery based on 19th century European tarots.