It is a limited edition of 250 decks per the British Museum reproduction licence purchased by Tarot Professionals and is expected to sell out quickly. Ciro Marchetti is credited for graphic work on the deck. He recast the cards as the original cards were not uniform in shape (see explanation from Tarot Professionals below) and designed the card backs (the originals are plain).
I have written a new blog post about the cartomantic meanings of the German playing cards: Vier Farben: Lenormand suits (revisited). Below is an extract (translated by me from a German text written by historian Johann Gräße):We will look to produce these as reproduction versions without borders, with artistic extension of the existing background colour for each image providing a bleed to the edge of the physical card. The cards will be centred, and re-aligned as if they had been cut properly in the first place, with a suitable thin black borderline (not a thick border, a line) around the main image as they were originally produced.
"... bells, formerly the ornaments of princes and courtiers, which they donned on their clothes in the 13th century, represent the nobility, hearts (or red) the clergy, leaves (or green) peasants or agriculture, and acorns servants (in the Middle Ages the oak is always the emblem of the unfree and serfs, the linden however of the free and nobles) ...
German fortune-tellers regard red as the main suit, so that the gentleman or the lady, for whom the cards are being read, is represented by the king or upper knave of this suit, if they do not explicitly choose another suit. In general however red means love and happiness, especially if several red cards are lying near the main person; green really has no specific meaning on the whole, but it mostly promises a joyful, pleasant event, just as bells does, which however almost always announces money or lottery winnings, while acorns or nuts invariably indicates evil of any kind, so that, if several acorn cards are lying near the main person, it suggests the same illness, and if furthermore some lower knaves are found under them, it even predicts death ..."