Animal tarot

The Animal tarot (German: Tiertarock) is a sub-genre of tarot card. The earliest examples are from 18th century Germany, probably designed by Göbl of Munich, and a theme of animals replaces the traditional trump scenes of the Tarot de Marseilles and Visconti Sforza Tarocchi. Patterns with full-figured courts, prominent during the 18th–20th centuries, included the Bavarian and the Belgium styles. Later designs are the Upper Austria Animal Tarot and Adler Cego cards.

See also

French suited tarots

External links

  • http://i-p-c-s.org/pattern/ps-8.html
  • http://i-p-c-s.org/pattern/ps-9.html
  • http://i-p-c-s.org/pattern/ps-10.html


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