The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
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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.
Another locality-based Italian tarot from Amerigo Folchi, celebrating the city of Pistoia and its historical horse-race, the Palio. The Tarocco Storico del Palio di Pistoia deck comes in two sizes - 48 cards (majors and court cards) and the full 78 card deck.
An amazing limited edition Italian Tarot deck, with warmly coloured and finely detailed art by Amerigo Folchi. The Tarocco Storico della Citta Di Ferrara is titled in both Italian and English.
The Tarokado is a French deck of 78 cards with dreamy and colourful major arcana, and black and white minor arcana, both with lots of detail. The suits are Soleils (Suns), Lunes (Moons), Etoiles (Stars) and Terres (Earth) corresponding to Wands, Cups, Stars and Pentacles.
The exaggeratedly simple tarot imagery in the Tarot 22 is rendered in a extremely colourful and unique style. The minor arcana cards have been removed from this cheery tarot deck, as have any astrological and numerological correspondences.
The Tarot 3D is the first of its kind, a tarot deck with a shifting, three-dimensional effect to its cards due to a plastic lens over the card image. The 22 large sized cards take their images from the Pictorial Key Tarot.
The oversize cards in Tarot Affirmations, this 78 card deck, have small Universal-Waite images, drawn by Mary Hanson-Roberts, inset next to five positive affirmations.
The Tarot and You is a majors-only deck and book set for beginners from Australian astrologer and writer, Lindel Barker Revell. The attractive large-size cards are printed on rather thin cardstock.
Tarot Apokalypsis is a multicultural deck of 79 cards combining photography, computer art and collage into incredibly vibrant and highly detailed tarot scenes. It's from Erik Dunne and Kim Huggens, creators of the Tarot Illuminati.
The Italian-published Tarot Art Nouveau is floral, ornate and lavishly decorated. It is a very uniform tarot with a very romantic, dashing style - women all young and beautiful, men mostly bulging muscle.