This tarot deck is a reprint from the restored original version, the cards have been revamped. This deck is just gorgeous, to behold and to touch, it's just a superb deck.
This despite the genuine delivery of the original illustrations, including blurred paint, and the openings punched in the highest point of the cards. Be that as it may, this deck has taken the brilliance of the original and upgraded it.
The cards have a dark boundary. The Major Arcana have the card name in the left side boundary in Italian, English, German, French, and Spanish. The card number is at the highest point of the left boundary. The suits are Cups, Pentacles, Wands, and Swords. The court comprises of King, Queen, Knight, and Page. Equity is VIII and Strength is XI. The Minors are pips. As recently noted, the vast majority of the pictures are equivalent to the multiplication adaptation, however, a couple has been improved - as I would like to think. This deck accompanies Lo Scarabeo's typical directions imprinted on additional cards, the booklet doesn't have card implications, rather it has a foundation and authentic data about the deck and the Visconti and Sforza families.
Anybody searching for a lovely renaissance-style deck, look no further. Most decks which utilize gold foil are costly, making their owners reluctant to use them often inspired by a paranoid fear of wearing off the gold foil.
Name: Visconti Tarot
Creators: A. Atanassov, Giordano Berti
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Card Dimensions: 2.36 x 4.53 in.
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo 2002
Deck Tradition: Italian