List of Tarot Decks I Own

I’ve started a new Tarot blog, at Dangling Pentacles Tarot. Any future posts about Tarot will be over there, keeping this blog focused on writing.

So herewith: A list of the Tarot and oracle decks I currently own. If you’re curious about any of them, let me know and I can post some photos.

  • Tarot

20th Century
Abzu Tarot
Alice Tarot
All Hallows Tarot (Robyn Tisch Hollister)
Alma Ajo
Amano Yoshitaka
Anna K (2nd edition)
Anne Stokes Gothic
Ansata
Aquarian (2 copies of blue back edition. One has only 76 cards)
Arcus Arcanum
Art Nouveau (Matt Myers)
Art of Life (Charlene Livingston)
Art of Tarot by Liz Dean
Astral Tarot
Bagong Sining
Barbara Walker
Baroque Bohemian Cats
Baroque Bohemian Cats (mini)
Black Lilly
Blue Dart Frog Arcana
Bohemian Gothic (1st ed)
Bohemian Gothic (2nd edition, pewter-gilt edged)
Bohemian Gothic 3rd edition and mini
BOTA (1960’s)
Cachet
Celestial Stick Figures
Celtic (Courtney Davis)
Chalice Tarot
Church of Light
Connolly
Conver Marseille
Cosmic
Crystal Visions
Dark Fairytale
Deva
Efflorescent
Egipcios Kier
El Gran Tarot Esoterico
Elemental (Smith/Astrop 1st edition)
Enchanted (Amy Zerner)
Enochian Tarot
Fairy Tarots (Lupatelli)
Fantastical Tarot (Hertz)
Favole
Fenestra
Film Noir
Gareth Knight
Gilded
Gill
Gothic Tarot (Anne Stokes)
Gothic Tarot (Leilah Wendell)
Goth Tarot by Winny
Gothic Tarot (Joseph Vargo)
Grand Etteilla
Hermetic Tarot by Godfrey Dowson (1st edition)
Hudes
Ibis
Intuitive Tarot
Jungian
Karma
Knapp-Hall
Legend Arthurian
Light and Shadow
Lost Tarot of Nostradamus
Love Tarot (Sarah Bartlett)
Lover’s Tarot (Lyle, 22)
Magickal Tarot (Willis/Clark)
Masonic Tarot (Tarot Maconnique)
Merryday Tarot
Medieval Scapini
Minchiate Etruria
Mystic Faerie Tarot
Naos Sinister 2011
Nefertari’s Tarot
New Century
New Palladini
Nigel Jackson
Nusantara
Osho Zen (Portuguese)
Oswald Wirth
Prediction
Renaissance (Brian Williams)
Revelation Tarot (Jahne Hope-Williams)
Rider (1971 blue box)
Rider-Waite (1971)
Rider-Waite (Pocket)
Robin Wood
Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg
Sacred Rose
Secret Forest
Sephiroth, Tarot of
Shadowscapes
Silicon Valley
Silver Era
Songs for the Journey Home
Soprafino
Spiral
Stairs of Gold
Steampunk Tarot by John and Caitlyn Matthews
Sun and Moon
Swiss 1JJ
Tactics Ogre
Tarot Leaves
Tarot de Euskalherria (Basque Country Tarot)
Tarot of the Dead
Tarot of the Hidden Realm
Tarot of Prague (leftover 1st edition w/o box, Karen Mahony included a limited edition bag)
Tarot of Prague 2nd edition
Tarot of Prague Limited Edition 2nd edition (large)
Tarot of the Red Jester
Tarot of the Sidhe
Tarot of the Spirit (2011 edition)
Tarot of the Witches — Ellen Cannon Reed
Tarot of Vampyres (Ian Daniels)
Thoth (7 copies: 4 large-2 blue box- 1 small, 1 pocket-size blue box, 1 bootleg pocket-size from Europe with strange backs and borders, and my prized white box Weiser edition)
Through My Mind
Touchstone
Ukiyoe
Universal Waite-Smith
University Press Waite-Smith
Vampire Tarot (Robert Place)
Vampire Tarot (Nathalie Hertz)
Vampires Tarot of the Eternal Night
Victorian Romantic Russian edition
Victorian Romantic (English 2nd edition standard and mini)
Visconti Gold
Wicca Moon Tarot
Wild Unknown by Kim Krans
Wildwood Tarot
William Blake
Witch Tarot (Beth Seilonen)
Witches Tarot — Ellen Dugan
Witches Tarot — Fergus Hall
Wizards Tarot
World Spirit
Yeager Tarot of Meditation

  • Oracle Decks:

Angel Oracle
Cartouche Cards (Ostaris Publications)
Celtic Tree Oracle
I Ching cards
Madame Endora’s Fortune Cards
Moon Oracle
Oracle of Shadows and Light
Oracle of the Radiant Sun
Power Deck by Lynn Andrews
Faeries Oracle (Froud)
Druid Animal Oracle
Druid Plant Oracle
Victorian Flower Oracle

  • Lenormand-style Decks:

Gypsy Witch Cards
Daveluy Lenormand (reproduction)
Mlle Le Normand (Blue Owl)
Mlle Lenormand No. 194115 Warhrsagekarten Jeu du destin
Melissa Lenormand
Melissa Lenormand 2nd edition
Postmark Lenormand
Pixie’s Astounding Lenormand

10 thoughts on “List of Tarot Decks I Own

  1. maryjblog says:

    Oh my goodness! I knew you had a lot of Tarot decks, but I didn’t realize it was THIS many! Do you have a favorite? Is you reading “technique” different for the Oracle and Lenormand decks?

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  2. Digital Dame says:

    Haha! I’m just getting warmed up! 🙂 There are people whose collections exceed 1000 decks.

    I guess it is a different reading technique for the other decks, to some extent. The Lenormand-style in particular are pretty straight-forward, they tend to have meanings written right on the cards. I actually haven’t tried any readings with the oracle decks – Fairies, or Oracle of the Radiant Sun which is based in astrology. I know almost nothing about astrology but I loved the artwork. 🙂

    As far as favorite… wow. I guess I would have to say first and foremost the Bohemian Gothic. There’s just nothing like it, and the artwork is so gorgeous. It’s really tough to choose, though, there are so many that I adore. My tried-and-true Robin Wood, the Gill Tarot, Thoth… all really good workhorse decks. Some of them I will never read with, a couple I can’t stand and would gladly part with.

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  3. Digital Dame says:

    You know, I haven’t. I will give it a try. I did do a couple of daily card pulls with that one, I’ve always loved Froud’s art. I’ve been so enamored of all my vampire decks lately, I half forgot about the rest of the kids 😉

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  4. gypsyscarlett says:

    Yup, I enjoy using that deck for a daily card too. 🙂
    I don’t find it an easy deck to do a full traditional reading with. That’s why I was curious what success you might be having with it.

    Moving on to vamps…do you have a current fave vamp deck? 😉

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  5. Digital Dame says:

    I’m more focused on Tarot than other oracle decks, although I have some. I find it hard to shift gears and try to use a different system all the time so I pretty much stick to traditional Tarot (78 cards, Golden Dawn-based meanings). I did recently pick up the new Melissa Lenormand, and I think she’s working on another deck which, judging by the 3 cards I’ve seen so far I will have to get as well, but I haven’t really worked with it yet.

    Favorite vamps… I would have to say the Vampires Tarot of the Eternal Night, by Davide Corsi, book by Barbara Moore. The book is really good (but you have to overlook some poor editing here and there), and the illustrations are a great improvement over his Tarot of the Elves. Most of them are very good, very life-like, although a couple of cards are still a little too wooden and obviously computer-generated, but I can forgive those few. 🙂 My only real complaint is the lovely box it all came in does not lend itself well to being toted around. I need to make a smaller box to just pack the cards in. I don’t think bags by themselves are enough protection.

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    • maryjblog says:

      I don’t know how big the deck is, but you could probably find something at your local craft store – maybe a little wooden box, or a metal tin of some sort? Even if you don’t like the color or design, you could spray paint it, stencil it, something like that…

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  6. Digital Dame says:

    Y’know, I remember wandering through the crafts store a long time ago and seeing all kinds of little boxes that would have been perfect for just such a use. Of course you know what happened when I went there to get a couple: Nada. Zilch. All gone. Nothing even remotely serviceable to be had. I have actually resorted to making a couple out of some very thin cardboard I had lying around, but they’re not very good. I’ll have to keep checking the crafts store, hope they get something in that will do.

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