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Re: Pamela Colman Smith Shrine

Well, back to finish last nights work. My third day on Pixie Shrine. The Strand Magazine (Vol xxxv july 1908 no210) The issue numbering and everything else seems totally screwed up. Just click on the pdf link and download it and it should be right. Pictures In Music (pg 647 - 652 of the actual issue...

Re: Pamela Colman Smith Shrine

Well, I'm back with more - Thanx for the video link Pen. Here's the link for the book https://www.createspace.com/3511679/ I was quite delighted when I read a biography of Stieglitz, that he had been so fond of her artwork and exhibited it several times. I quess he took 22 photographs of her paintin...

Re: Tarot Deck Facsimiles

Well, one might ask, if De Laurence wouldn't have made this epigonic operation, if then the Smith-Waite deck would have become so popular as it did. Oh - The rather brief Wikipedia article says ...mocked and reviled among modern occultists for his plagiarism (or, more properly, book-pirating) of th...

Re: Pamela Colman Smith Shrine

The Russian Ballet ( Ellen Terry - 1913, illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith) http://www.archive.org/details/therussianballet00terr Biography Of Pamela Colman Smith (1878-1951) The most extensive website devoted to "Pixie"(the nickname of Pamela Colman Smith) that I've found so far http://pcs2051.tr...

Re: Tarot Deck Facsimiles

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L._W._de_Laurence Okay Huck, I read the link and I get the point http://forum.tarothistory.com/images/smilies/9.gif On one web page I read, De Lawrence is cited as "The mustachioed book pirate". bookpirate.jpg I also see that Pamela Colman Smith was darn cute ! http://e...

Pamela Colman Smith Shrine

Place Your Offerings Here. pixie.jpg In the Tarot Deck Facsimiles thread I posted a link to the Tarot material by L. W. de Laurence http://forum.tarothistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=631&start=0#p9532 who apparently was an infamous book pirate that published knockoffs of the Tarot deck drawn by Pame...

Re: Tarot Deck Facsimiles

The Illustrated Key To The Tarot - L. W De Laurence 1918 http://www.archive.org/details/illustratedkeyto00dela This is the book about the deck by the publisher of the deck. Since it contains full color illustrations of all the cards, and since both the pdf and the accompanying jp2 files are very hi...

Re: Tarot Deck Facsimiles

NICOLAS CONVER DECK (circa 1860) http://blog.goo.ne.jp/valet_de_coupe/e/8b397d293904554c797f1eedd18635a1 Posted by one 'Kenji' over at Aeclectic Tarot. http://forum.tarothistory.com/images/smilies/113.gif http://www.tarotforum.net/showthread.php?t=83460&page=1&pp=10 Very nice hi-rez photos of his o...

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