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Art Nouveau Tarot Deck (Tarot Cards/Ar78)

by Matt Myers

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This is a very pretty tarot deck but the cards are slippery, which with my arthritic fingers means they are difficult to use. ( )
  mlfhlibrarian | Sep 25, 2013 |
One of my favorite decks. The colors are rich and vibrant, making them beautiful and fairly easy to read in dim light. Also, a plus for me that my be a drawback to some people: the suits of swords and staves swap their usual air-fire imagery, aligning with the Wiccan concordances as I was taught them. (Blades, like fire, can either create or destroy, while wands and staves are symbols of authority and clear-thinking, thus airy.) Those more steeped in tarot lore than I may not like it, but I suspect there must be others who learned as I did. ( )
  branadain | Mar 30, 2007 |
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Stylized figures and stained glass panels characterize this deck, painted in the tradition of turn-of-the-century decorative art.

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