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Re: Tarot de Paris 1559 ...

Hello, The F ante initial has been pointed by Depaulis, this sound undoubtedly like an Italian origin evidence, he also describes the pips as "of Spanish inspiration" (I'd really like to see some more evidences about that last point if anyone has something handy, specifically regarding the four Aces...

Re: Tarot de Paris 1559 ...

hi, Bertrand In "Tarot, jeu et magie", the three backs are described as "motifs hexagonaux avec « croix de Malte »" (hexagonal pattern with « Maltese cross » ). Well, they may say, what they want, but it isn't the Maltese cross. I definitely agree on that point, and T.D probably does too as he uses...

Re: Tarot de Paris 1559 ...

Hello all three backs, of the Noblet Tarot, Vievil Tarot and the Tarot de Paris (partly once collected by JC Flornoy) ... http://www.tarot-history.com/Jean-Noblet/jean-noblet-page-2.html All are very similar, just that there are differences in the size and the color it seems the Noblet back is the o...

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