Florentine Print Tarot Cards
Fortune telling book
Italian Tarot Cards, the so-called Tarocchi, c. 1500, woodcut, wash in red, grey and brown ink
1920s FORTUNE TELLING CARDS ... Love the pattern on the back
Res Obscura: John Dee
Playing card from the Astronomia card game, published by F.G. Moon, London, 1829
Satirical card deck designed by Peter Flöttner of Nuremberg, c.1545. Block-cutter/publisher: Franz Christoph Zell. Woodblock print with watercolor and gold highlights.
: uncut sheet showing fifteen playing cards, 15th century. Discovered in the book cover of a Catalan manuscript volume of 1519. Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (Barcelona).
Knight of Swords from the Cary-Yale Visconti deck, 1420-1460. Floral houppelande, lined in pink. Green (brocade?) kirtle. Gorgeous.
A Marshall with baton. Böhmen [Bohemia], "Hofämterspiel" für König Ladislaus "Postumus", c. 1455