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Re: Papus-Goulinat Tarot Deck

Here's a selection of the Minor Arcana/Pip Cards from the Dusserre edition. Note that the Wands suit simply has rays or nails in the lower box. The others all have the Day Shem Angel (at the top of each page of the Lévi manuscript). The text to the left of the picture is also from Lévi. The material...

Papus-Goulinat Tarot Deck

The Papus-Goulinat Tarot deck has been mentioned recently in the Etteilla threads on the Aeclectic forum in that it shows Etteilla influences especially in the Minor Arcana. The 2 and 10 of Coins have generated much talk because in the Papus deck there are clear Kabbalistic correspondences (involvi...

Bolognese deck from c. 1650

Is this the earliest complete version of a Bolognese Tarot deck? http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/search_object_image.aspx?objectId=3236767&partId=1&searchText=Tarot&fromADBC=ad&toADBC=ad&titleSubject=on&physicalAttribute=on&orig=%2fresearch%2fsearch_the_collectio...

Re: origin of the word "Bagat"

Marco - What a wonderful poem! As with Dante and Petrarch there are many terms reminiscent of the Tarot Trumps, especially Judgment, The World and the Fool all together. On my first trip to Italy with Brian Williams, Dr. Milano, then President of the Playing Card Society, told us that Bagato may be ...

Re: Pamela Colman Smith Shrine

Dover Press has published a book & CD-ROM with Electronic Clip art including what looks like a Pamela A deck. It's called The Art of Tarot Cards . There is no acknowledgment of US Games, which means, I suppose, that they don't consider the deck to be under copyright - except that they claim their ow...

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