Three very different sets of tarot cards. Each is for sale separately for $15, and all 3 are available for $45. Each is described briefly below:
• A set of “Tarot of Visconti” major arcana made by Lo Scarabeo. It was conceived and created by A. Atanassov and Giordano Berti, although based upon the Milan Tarot of Visconti c. 1460. The set has 22 cards – the major arcana and fool card – and are accompanied by a 23-page booklet summarizing the deck. The cards are large, even for tarot cards, measuring 145mm x 80mm, and come in the original box. The cards, box and booklet are “as new.”
• A set called “The Manga Tarot,” published by St. Martin’s Griffin and featuring the comic-style artwork of leading manga artist Selena Lin. The set has the usual 78 cards, and is accompanied by a 64-page book describing the deck and the tarot generally. The cards are long and thin, measuring 120mm x 55mm, and, with the book, come in the original box with linen tabs. The cards, box and book are “as new.”
• A set published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., but printed in Italy (by Lo Scarabeo?), created by Timothy Lantz, that, according to the box, “fuses the symbolism of mythology, mysticism, and dream imagery to create a visual language of the soul.” The artwork and symbolism is dark and gothic. The set has the usual 78 cards, plus a 47-card booklet by Lantz describing the cards, plus a Celtic cross spread sheet. The cards are a standard tarot size, measuring 120mm x 69mm, and come in a card box that – with the book and spread sheet – are housed in a larger tray inside a sleeve. The cards, card box, tray, booklet and spread sheet are “as new.” The sleeve has modest shelf wear.
THE AMOUNT SHOWN FOR DOMESTIC SHIPPING ASSUMES THAT ALL 3 SETS ARE PURCHASED. IF LESS THAN 3 ARE PURCHASED, SHIPPING MAY BE LESS.
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