EUGIM wrote:Ours dear friend Yves,promised to us the back of this deck...
* My train is ready to run Monsieur...
robert wrote:what is the interest in this deck anyway? Is this the son of the Madenie from 1709? Surely, the 1709 deck would be more fascinating since it might (if Chosson's dating is actually late) be the earliest extant Tarot de Marseille II? Why the interest in Jean-Baptist from 1739? Do we have images from the 1709 deck?
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EUGIM wrote:Thanks you very much lamort,I think you did a great contribution here,for many reasons.
Just only for me I never saw the deck in colours.
1-If Yves is right this deck has too much in common with Pierre Madenie,so having in mind that Dodal is assumed as 1701-1715,this deck could be the second oldest besides Noblet.
2-The link with Conver is very obvious so very real.
For example we have here the example of a deck with a clear Tarot de Marseille 2 pattern between two of the Tarot de Marseille 1 as are Noblet and Dodal,because the XVI card being the same as Pierre Madenie,shows the flames hitting the tower,as show it Conver.
3-Regarding Chosson we have not yet any sure date till now.
Are the back cards closer to Conver ?
* So here I ask: Could be the possibility that Conver based his deck on this ?
Or al least knew it ?
From Pierre Madenie to Conver we have 51 years and form Jean Baptiste to Conver only 21
Here is the Pierre Madenie in B & W : http://blog.goo.ne.jp/valet_de_coupe/e/ ... 625d150ebf
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