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Huge Tarot Deck Sale

Sherryl is paring to the bone and getting ready to move. Here’s a list of 70 decks and deck/book sets I’m selling at rock bottom prices to my friends and colleagues who follow my blog and hang out with me on facebook.

  • Each category has its own price. A few decks have special prices listed at the end of the description.
  • All prices include priority shipping within the US at the rate of $7 per deck.
  • Buy 3 or more and get at least a 10% discount.
  • The more you buy the bigger the discount if I can consolidate a large order into one carton.
  • Get a huge discount if you live in Santa Barbara and can pick them up yourself (3 blocks from Paseo Nuevo).
  • Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom for the bargain rack and grab-bags of mini decks.
  • Don’t hesitate to email me with questions about the description or condition of any deck.
  • Since Word Press and most facebook groups frown on advertising, please help me by sharing this with your friends.

Instructions:  email me at 22TarotTrumps @ with your shopping list, mailing address and Paypal address. I will confirm if the decks are available and the price, then I’ll send a Paypal invoice. When I receive the money, I’ll ship the decks to you and send you the tracking number.

Non-US orders: Once I figure out the shipping cost, I’ll confirm the final price with you.

Historic Decks – Facsimiles and Recreations   ($27)

  • 1JJ Swiss Tarot Cards – USGames/AGMuller, 1974. Jupiter/Juno cards

TdM   ($27)

  • Tarot of Marseille – Lo Scarabeo. Claude Burdel TdM 1751. Wear on corners of box.
  • Tarot de Marseille Edition Millennium – Wilfried Houdouin – 22 trumps, 2012. Book: Le Code Sacre du Tarot. Many color illustrations of art and sacred geometry. 240 pages, large paperback, heavy paper. French text. (Book/Deck $42.00)

Modern Versions of Historic Decks and TdM   $17

  • Dame Fortune’s Wheel Tarot – Lo Scarabeo, 2008 – Paul Huson. Trumps based on the Estensi Tarot of Ferrara. Suit cards taken from renaissance art, alchemical emblems, various influences. Comes with a description of the minor arcana and divinatory meanings downloaded from Huson’s website.

Contemporary Decks   $17

  • New Vision Tarot – Lo Scarabeo – WS figures seen from behind, cards have slight curve, unused
  • The Rider Tarot Deck – US Games – Yellow box, standard WS deck, unused
  • After Tarot – Lo Scarabeo – standard WS figures projected a minute into the future, unused
  • Tarot Pointner, Piatnik, 1974, no box
  • Tarot of Mermaids – Lo Scarabeo
  • Silicon Valley Tarot – Steve Jackson Games
  • The Heart Tarot – Lo Scarabeo – Maria Distefano – Heart shaped cards, red borders, 5 x 5 inches, heart shaped box and LWB

Book and Deck Sets   $27

  • The Chalice Tarot – Lynda Stevens – self-published 1995. Purchased from Stevens @2002. Cards are heavily laminated, gold foil backs. Slight curve near the top of the deck. Booklet 6 x 8 inches, spiral bound, 106 pages.
  • Cosmic Tarot – book/deck set by US Games. Deck by Norbert Losche. Book by Jean Huets.
    Additional Book: The Cosmic Tarot: Signposts Along the Path, Laura Clarson, 1995. b/w illustrations of each card. 144 pages.
  • Dance of Life Cards – Audrey Savage and Paula Scott Frantz, 2000. Large laminated cards, bright colors, 3.6 x 5.1 inches. Book: 302 pages, b/w illustrations of all cards. Small red splotch like nail polish on the cover. Deck designed for psychological/therapeutic work.
  • The Dion Fortune Tarot Cards – The Society of the Inner Light – 2002.
    Book: The Mystical Qabalah – Dion Fortune – Weiser Books, 2000. The deck illustrates the concepts in the book. 350 pages.
  • What’s Your Spirit Animal – Kelly Eckert – Self-published. 88 animal cards, large paperback, 330 pages

22 cards or small size decks ($12)

  • El Tarot de la Muerte – Ediciones S.M., Mexico – 22 trumps & 64 page book in Spanish, cards have same Grim Reaper figure with different colors and items on each card.
  • Arcana for the New Dark Age – William Kirchner – Pomegranate Press – Large Postcards bound in a book – post-apocalyptic feel – 22 trumps
  • Tarot as Muse – Ink People – 22 Humboldt Co, CA artists, 22 trumps 4.75 x 6.75 inches, w/booklet
  • Tarot the Complete Kit – Running Press, 78 cards, 2.5 x 3.3 inches, black backgrounds, unopened
  • Llewellyn Deck – Anna Marie Ferguson – Major arcana only, Welsh/Celtic myth, no box
  • Zanoni Tarot – Runinga USA, Ojai, CA, 1993 – 22 trumps, bright colors, hippyish but TdM based, 3 x 5.3 inches, no box

Oracle Decks  ($17)

  • Healing Cards – Caroline Myss and Peter Occhiogrosso. 50 cards. Image and inspirational words. Booklet expands on the message of each card.
  • The Psychic Tarot Oracle Deck – John Holland – 65 cards. Sort of tarot – 22 major arcana cards, 4 suits of 9 cards each and 7 chakra cards. Thick booklet, gold edges on cards.
  • The Fantod Pack –Pomegranate Press – Edward Gorey. 20 cards, simple b/w drawings. Booklet with totally wacko card meanings.

Bargain Rack $12

  • Tarot of Visconti: 22 Grand Trumps – Lo Scarabeo – Gold Foil, 3.1 x 5.6 inches
  • Le Nouveau Tarot de Marseille – FJP, Paris, simplified images, lots of burnt orange and gold.
  • Tarocco Siciliano – Modiano – contemporary gaming cards, pips 5-10, 4 court cards, trumps numbered differently, some non-standard images. Small: 2 x 3.3 inches.
  • African Tarot – US Games, 1996 – Marina Romito, cards 2.25 x 3 inches, corrugated cardboard box, simple childlike images
  • Aquarian Tarot – US Games, 1970 – David Palladini
  • Dolphin Divination Cards – Nancy Clemens – 2 inches diameter, dolphins on back, just words on the front. Included: a large, plastic blue scallop shell I found on the beach that holds the cards.
  • La Nuova Cartomanzia – Modiano. Fortune telling cards focusing on relationships. Images of 1930s people. Card name in 3 languages, card meanings in Italian, playing card image in top left corner.

Thanks so much for your interest. Happy shopping and Tarot On!


2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Dear Sherryl, Your blog is always stimulating and enjoyable. I would love to know which decks you are keeping…..Could you share your top 10 favourite decks with your admiring audience?
    greetings , Chris

    December 9, 2017
    • Hi Chris, Here’s the story behind selling my historic decks. About 15 years ago I transferred a lot of decks and books to my storage unit. A few months later I could not find my carton of historic facsimiles. I assumed it had been lost off the back of the pickup truck, so I started rebuilding the collection. Five years later when I was packing to move I found the carton on the floor at the back of a closet. So, I have a lot of duplicates. The modern decks on the sale list are ones I don’t like or have no idea why I purchased them. So, I still have a few hundred historically significant decks.
      A rundown of my favorites:
      Pierre Madenie my favorite TdM and a main reading deck. Felt an instant magical connection with it as soon as I opened the box.
      Rosenwald and Budapest decks recreated by Sullivan Hismans. I read with both, and they give me a magical connection to the 15th century.
      Anything by Giordano Berti is a work of art: Sola Busca and his three Piemontese decks.
      Most Il Meneghello decks – especially his mini soprafino with the black border and his Visconti-Sforza.
      Better cut this short. Santa Barbara is surrounded by flame and smoke, the electricity just flickered and I don’t want to lose this.
      Thanks for your interest.

      December 9, 2017

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