I have designed and created four different and distinct styles of the Tarot de Marseille by John Noblet c.1650. Hopefully one of these unique designs will speak to you.
This deck is my original 78-card tarot deck, created in Red & Gold colours, and each card is named for ease of use. My other three decks are:
Chalk on Blackboard
Each card is created by hand so even though I create them all similarly they are not uniform. Made from premium 330 gsm superior quality cardstock with black core (smooth finish) in the usual tarot card size of 2.75″ x 4.75″. They come sealed in a window tuck box. See the full deck below by clicking on the cube.
There is NO booklet with this deck. If you are new to reading the Tarot, there are many, many websites on the internet that offer free meanings and instructions on how to read the cards. Plus there are many how-to instruction books available on Amazon.
I also offer a selection of designs for the back cover of this deck, if you go to Tarot Card Back Designs you are more than welcome to select one of these. Please include the name of your back cover of choice in the space provided below, when you place your order. If no custom back is chosen your deck will be printed with the standard back shown on the left.
The original version of the Marseille Tarot was published in Paris circa 1650 by master card-maker Jean Noblet. The Noblet deck is known for having the title LAMORT (Death) on the XIII Major Arcana card whereas most of the other Tarot de Marseille decks have the card numbered but unnamed, e.g., Jean Dodal Tarot (circa 1701) and Nicolas Conver Tarot (circa 1761).
The Noblet deck is also known for its Fool card that has graphic attention to detail in the private parts of the Fool. As well, the animal on the Fool card is said by some to resemble a cat more closely than a dog. In other early versions of the Tarot de Marseille, the image of the animal depicted in the Fool card is such that there is less consensus as to whether the animal is either canine or feline.
Another particularity of this deck is its small size.
I love bringing history back to life so if you are a tarot reader/psychic who appreciates the history of the tarot, this could be a deck for you. I created this deck with their relevant names and numbers included, in English, on the card for ease of use and to help those who are learning to read the tarot with this historic deck. You can see all the images in the gallery above and a comparison to size and look in the image on the left. I would like to acknowledge and thank the Flornoy estate for allowing me to use the Letarot Noblet images as the source for my creation of the artwork designs for this deck.
I create each Tarot Deck as they are ordered so please allow 2-4 business days for manufacture. I will send you an email confirmation to let you know when they have been shipped. Please see my shipping information below for delivery times.
If you are a retailer interested in selling and of Tarot/Oracle Cards to your customers, please contact me for wholesale pricing. Serious enquiries only please.
Your new Tarot Deck will be shipped to you directly from the manufacturer, unfortunately they do not ship to AFO or APO addresses, sorry. For US customers the cards are shipped to the US warehouse first and then sent via USPS, so there will not be any customs or duty fees. For all other countries including Canada, because this item will be shipped directly from the manufacturer, custom and duty fees may apply and are the responsibility of the purchaser. Tracking numbers will be provided for the US, Canada and Australia.
Delivery Times (this is a guideline only, shipping to rural areas can take longer)
USA and Europe: 8 – 10 business days
Canada: 10 – 14 business days.
Everywhere Else: 10 – 24 business days
If you have any questions please contact me I will be happy to answer them for you.