theme JGSS: 66-cards divination deck c. 1790 France

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theme JGSS: 66-cards divination deck c. 1790 France

Postby Huck on 17 Dec 2015, 11:10

The deck was mentioned by Dummett/Decker / Depaulis: A wicked pack of cards ...
with "The designs [of Petit Oracle des Dames] are borrowed in part of from a 66-card fortune-telling deck (Footnote 4 in Chapter 7) and in part from Etteilla's version of the Tarot pack." (p. 144)

Footnote 4 tells: "See Depaulis 1989, no 99" . This refers to Thierry Depaulis, Les cartes de la Révolution etc.

The deck is presented with big pictures at ...
http://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b1 ... checontact

Kwaw had detected them and presented the link a few days ago at Aeclectic. In the following days it was discussed at:
http://tarotforum.net/showthread.php?t=122602&page=34
.... following to post #336
http://tarotforum.net/showthread.php?t=171379&page=5
... following to post # 44

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