|View single post by giordanoberti|
|Posted: Wed Nov 28th, 2018 04:43 pm||
I am pleased to announce a new, exciting chapter in the history of the Tarot;
a chapter condensed in a "Marseilles Style" Tarot deck printed in Augsburg around 1750 by Johann Christoph Hes.
This deck is faithfully reprinted, licensed by the British Museum, in 900 numbered copies signed by the curator: Giordano Berti.
The box (Deluxe or Economy version) is accompanied by a 36-page color booklet that summarizes the primitive history of the Tarot in the German countries, reporting many unpublished news, including a map of the Tarot factories in Europe in the eighteenth century and an appendix dedicated to "Mozart and the Tarot".
As always, the deck is available with a 10% discount for IPCS members.
For further information, please read the page on the Rinascimento Italian Style Art website:
...or write to
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