What you get here is actually somewhat simpler than what is maybe suggested by the price. What you get is normal playing card stock, with plain cut edges, nothing else, though the cards are large which account for some of the cost I guess. This is also probably a low volume item, so some cost is justified by that too.
Anyway, what you then get, on the cards, is a simple, printed, rasterized photo-reproduction of what the Pierpoint Morgan deck looks like today (faded & brown colors), + recreations of the 4 missing cards in the same style. Nothing else. I would not call this a facsimile.
If you're interested in Tarot cards, and card history, some kind of copy like this is nice to have in your collection for reference, browsing and conversation piece. And perhaps, seen in that light, it shouldn't be featuring advanced attempts at recreating/restoring the original appearance. And perhaps it doesn't need to be fancier than this.
Personally, I'm satisfied and fine with these. As reference. Not as collector item. And I'm not delighted. So only 3 stars.