The Art Deco Fortune Telling Cards is a 52-card oracle set with a 1920s-1930s feel. The cards are un-numbered and depict a range of simple scenes with an accompanying cartomantic keyword (printed in five languages) underneath.
The Deva Tarot is a 93-card set, with a whole extra suit, Triax. The Deva Tarot cards show somewhat Thoth-inspired paintings, surrounded by a thick greyish border and multi-lingual titles.
The Eclectic Tarot is a 78-card Austrian deck, published in 1986. The artist used an eclectic mix of tarot traditions for inspiration, and his major arcana have detailed and vivid scenes, while the minors have suit elements arranged in geometric patterns.
The Egorov Tarot is a self-titled Tarot from Russian artist, Alexander Egorov, and published in Austria. The card imagery is Rider-Waite-styled and they have titles in English, German and French.
The Mlle. Lenormand Cartomancy deck is a 36-card petit Lenormand deck published by Piatnik, illustrated in a romantic, old-fashioned style reminiscent of Jane Austen novels. Each card has a playing card inset in the centre, and a stylised signature in the top right of each card.
This Tarot de Marseille, published by Piatnik, is very traditional in its wood-cut reproductions coloured with slightly muted blues and reds on a cream background.
The Piatnik Wien Tarot has rather extraordinary bright colours and textured patterns making up its partly historical and partly modern Tarot scenes. The minor cards are French style, and have arranged pips on the numbered cards.