New Palladini Tarot Cards – 20 May 1997
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Doesn't get that 5th star because the card meanings in the insert seem a bit off to me. Minor quibbble only ;)
This is a recent edition by US Games System Inc, printed in Italy. ISBN 0-88079-189-6
The size of the cards and properties of card stock is just perfect for working cards (as often, with US Games). Unfortunately, the way the card faces are depicted make this deck unsuitable for tarot card games. So this is a deck aimed directly at divination. That also appears to be the designers whole purpose. And for that it is eminently suitable. It's style and artistry is clear, attractive, fairly consistent, has a distinctive style that I feel is perfect for cards, and yet has these subjective (reading) properties which I call 'untainted' and 'transparant'.
Together with only a handful of other decks, this is one possible first choice for a workhorse tarot deck for divination.
My deck happened to be affected by a very small defect, imprinted in relif, into one corner of some of the cards. Since it is a divination deck, I do not feel it matters, and I intend to ignore it. However, it appears to have been made by one of the production tools, possibly the cutting tool, so it might be a feature affecting more decks in this printing.
Final word is that I actually like old 'The Aquarian' deck slightly better. But this is also a truly great deck and which you prefer is only a matter of taste.
Why only four stars then?
Well does he not like dogs? they have gone from both the Fool and Moon cards, and do not make an appearance anywhere in the tarot, (some decks show the dog in 10 Coins). I like to see the dogs in my readings as symbols of loyalty and trust. In this deck I miss them.