Here's their presentation video for the Vieville:
I have the Heron versions of these decks, but he makes an appealing case for getting these. Any comments?
Jacques Vieville Tarot
Tarot of Paris
The Vieville repro is by Patrick Coq of SIVILIXI. He also wrote a book which can be included in a box set. From what I understand, the book is part of a larger body of work which might only be available in French. The one I have is part of his box set and seems to be particular to interpreting the Vieville, which I have not read beyond skimming because I do use tarot in that manner.robert wrote: ↑17 Jul 2017, 20:03Thanks both for you feedback, I'll add a link on the www.tarothistory.com page for them as it sounds like they are a quality product that we would be happy to recommend. These are two of my very favourite decks so I'm very tempted to order one and then decide whether to get the other.
Aaaah thank you for this! This has been a mystery to me until now! Mine likewise has a French only booklet with Andre Dimanche 1984 copyright (sometimes though, year of copyright is not the same as year of publication, but it seems safe to guess that in this case, it is). I wonder why it was put in storage back in 1985? Has Dimanche ever worked on other things subsequently I wonder?Krystal Mystic wrote: ↑17 Jul 2017, 23:26I have the Tarot of Paris from Editions Sivilixi. I bought it 3 years ago on Ebay from the owner of CollecTarot. I had an email exchange with the seller after I purchased the deck. He told me it was his understanding that Patrick Coq at Sivilixi had come across Dimanche's stock in France that Dimanche had put in storage back in 1985 and that my deck was from that printing. The LWB from my deck shows a copyright date of 1984 by André Dimanche, so I am assuming this information is correct. The Editions Sivilixi website currently states that this is "the André Dimanche edition, printed by Grimaud", so I am further assuming that the decks he is selling are still part of Dimanche's original stock and are not a reprint.
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