Major Tom’s Tarot of Marseilles
by .Nisaba Merrieweather
I first became aware of this Tarot deck recently on the Aeclectic Tarot forum when Tom Schick posted the URL leading to a local newspaper item where he was photographed holding an interesting deck of Tarot cards fanned out in the picture showing only portions of the images. I asked him what the deck was as I am a bit of a collector and I didn’t think I’d seen it before, and one thing led to another and, Continue reading “Guest Review: Major Tom’s Tarot of Marseilles”
Another intriguing review from my Australian friend, Nisaba. Leave her comments! I know she’ll stop by and respond!
The Cary-Yale Visconti Tarocchi Deck (U.S. Games, Inc) illustrated originally probably by Bonifacio Bembo, with repair-jobs and missing cards supplied by Luigi Scapini, has been on my wish-list for a couple of years, because due to a *ahem* quirk of taste of mine, I’ve been collecting Scapini decks, so this was a natural to add to my basket of Tarot. I originally decided that I couldn’t really justify this one given my recent spending spree on Tarots and associated articles like bags and silks, so I acquired the cheaper Lo Scarabeo miniature version, which was Continue reading “REVIEW: The Cary-Yale Visconti Tarocchi Deck by Nisaba Merrieweather”