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The Tarocchi del Manzoni is an luxurious large-size Italian Tarot deck. It has 78 cards illustrated in the style of nineteenth century Milan, and was commissioned in 1985 to celebrate the birth of Italian writer and poet, Alessandro Manzoni, 200 years previously. Published in a limited edition of 500 decks.
The Tarocchi del Respiro is a majors-only art deck from Italy. The artwork is a darkish and surreal collage landscape, the uneven edges of the scene set inside thin white borders. Published in a limited edition of 500 copies.
The Tarocchi dell' Alba Dorata feature gnomes, elves, pixies and fairies on its 22 cards. This is the majors-only edition, published in 1990, of decks later released as the Tarots of the Golden Dawn, Tarot of the Hidden Folk and the Enchanted Tarot.
The Tarocchi della Buona Tavola translates as 'Tarot of the Good Table' and has light-hearted Tarot images celebrating food. Not actually a tarot deck, these images are from a portfolio by Antonio Lupatella with the 22 cards on 11 sheets. A limited edition of 50 copies.
Tarocchi della Corte di Merlino
The Tarocchi della Corte di Merlino is an Italian deck of 22 cards, each illustrated with a character from the court of Merlin, from the Arthurian legends and stories. The art is colourful and dramatic, with elements of the scenes often overlapping the outer border.
The Tarocchi Della Luna Nuova (Tarot of the New Moon) is a rather beautiful 78-card deck with coloured illustrations on a black background. Published in a limited-edition of 300 copies by Museo dei Tarocchi.
The Tarocchi delle Fiabe is a collaborative 22-card deck of illustrated fairytales, with art from 22 different artists. It's from Lo Scarabeo's Arte collection and the deck has rectangular cards varnished on the faces only.
The Tarocchi di Carlo PiterÓ is a deck by surrealist and symbolist artist, Carlo PiterÓ. The traditional tarot iconography has been set against a starry universe in 78 oil-on-wood paintings. The majors are based on the European tradition and the minors are very plain, undecorated pip cards. Published in a limited edition of 3000 copies and packaged in a metal tin.
The Tarocchi di Dario Fo is an original 78-card deck from Italian Nobel Prize winner and artist, Dario Fo. The Tarot scenes are inspired by Renaissance art, and are framed inside the card, as though on the walls of a gallery.
The Tarocchi di Marco is a bright, simple deck with 22 full-colour cards of personal art. The deck has been self-published by the artist, in a limited edition of 25 with a handmade box.