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|Chaboseau's book is interesting for a number of reasons, although I suspect it would primarily be interesting to you on account of the images (reproduced on better stock paper at the end of the book, by the way).
The main thrust is a hermetic interpretation of the Tarot, but it also contains an interesting aside on a Buddhist interpretation too, based on the twelve nidanas, if memory serves. Incidentally, Chaboseau Senior was one of the original cohort of French occultists who became interested in Buddhism in the early 20th century, and wrote a book on the subject (available on Gallica or the Internet Archive, I think). His son's book is dedicated to his memory.