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Tarot de Paris (between 1600 and 1650) by André Dimanche5.1
Coffret tarot de Viéville by Jacques Viéville10.1
Tarot De Marseille: Pierre Madenié 1709 by Pierre Madenié15.1
Jean Noblet Tarot (c. 1650) by Jean-Claude Flornoy20.11
Les Tarots de Marseille de Jean Dodal (between 1701 and 1715) by Jean-Claude Flornoy25.11
Tarot De Marseille: Francois Chosson 1736 by François Chosson30.1
Spanish Tarot Español Fournier (Liguria-Piedmont 1736) by Heraclio Fournier35.51
Tarot de Marseille Jean Payen, France, XVIII century (1743) by Heraclio Fournier37.1
Tarot de Marseille (Tarot Rhenan - 18th century) by Ignaz Krebs40.1
Tarocco di Marsiglia classico by Osvaldo Menegazzi45.1
Tarot de Marseille Heron by Nicolas Conver50.1
Ancient Tarot of Marseilles Lo Scarabeo by Nicolas Conver50.2
O Antigo Tarô de Marselha by Nicolas Conver50.3
Tarot Card Deck by Nicolas Conver50.4
The Tarot Deck by Bounty50.4
Tarot Marsellés : 22 arcanos mayores by Nicolas Conver50.5
Mini Tarot de Marseille de Camoin & Jodorowski by Philippe Camoin50.11
Tarot de Marseille de Camoin & Jodorowski by Alejandro Jodorowsky50.12
Tarot de Marseille - Restauration du tarot de Nicolas Conver by Kevin Meunier50.21
Ancien Tarot de Marseille by Paul Marteau50.51
Mini Ancien Tarot de Marseille Grimaud by Paul Marteau50.51
Tarot de Marseille Dusserre by Paul Marteau50.52
Le Tarot de Marseille by Heraclio Fournier50.53
Tarot de Marselha Convos by Otto Spalinger50.54
Divination Tarot by Nicolas Conver50.55
CBD Tarot de Marseille by Yoav Ben-Dov50.56
Tarot de Marseille mini deck Lo Scarabeo (multilanguage) by Claude Burdel53.51
Tarot of Marseille Lo Scarabeo by Claude Burdel53.51
Tarot de Marsella : Los antiguos iconos del tarot reconstituidos by Daniel Rodes55
Le véritable tarot de Marseille by Kris Hadar65
Tarot de Marseille - Édition Millennium by Wilfried Houdouin70

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Marseille Tarot decks divided by original author and following (presumable aproximate) chronological order (first digits). Editions based on the same deck are indicated by decimals (.x facsimile, .xx interpretation.

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