Decks Published by Grimaud
The Astro Mythological cards has 52 reading cards similar to the suits of playing cards, and 2 extra male and female cards. The deck is a Mlle Lenormand style and is based upon Greek and Egyptian mythology.
The Tarot d'Epinal is a reproduction of a French deck from 1830, republished in the 1990s by Grimaud. It has 79 cards - the extra is called the 'Consultant' - and some trumps have been renamed.
The Grand Etteilla is an old French revised version of the tarot. The cards each have two keywords in English and French and a large white border around the somewhat primitive illustrations.
The Maddonni Tarot is a mysterious French tarot. Card scenes are set against white backgrounds, and the artist's style is unique and interestingly textured.
The Masonic Tarot has busy and sometimes clashing artwork, rich in Freemason symbolism. Meaningful symbols and imagery "float" above the scene or are embedded within it.
The Oracle Dessuart is a French 52-card oracle based on playing cards. The artwork has modern scenes - from yachts to cities to American football - and divinatory keywords in French and English on each card.
Tarot des Regions de France is a French gaming deck illustrated with scenes of typical peasant life in the last century on the trump cards. The court cards have traditional costumes from the Provence, Alsace, Brittany and Burgundy areas, and the suits are standard playing cards.
The Tarot du Roy Nissanka is a French deck based upon the myths of the medieval Sri Lankan king Nissanka. Only major cards have scenes, and the card titles and booklet are in French only.
This Tarot of Marseilles was published in 1970 by the French company Grimaud. It has cleaned-up images of the original woodcuts printed in primary red, yellow and blues.
The Tarot Philatelique (or Philatelic Tarot) is a French deck designed to play the game of Tarot, rather than for readings. The majors and court cards feature French stamps and the minors are very similar to playing cards.
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.
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