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The Original Rider Waite Tarot Pack

Facsimile edition of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck originally printed from plates that were destroyed during the bombing of London during World War II. The deck and book set comes with the Rider-Waite Tarot deck by Pamela Colman Smith with original Tudor Rose back design, Celtic Cross divinatory chart, and The Key to the Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite.

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3 comments on “The Original Rider Waite Tarot Pack

  1. The modern classic, in it’s original subtle beauty I think that anyone who’s interested in modern, intuitive tarot (as opposed to traditional, historical tarot buffs who follow the Marseilles path) MUST own a copy of the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, as it’s the wellspring from which all the other modern decks have come.

  2. So-so reproduction, bad trademarking Having used a French deck for the last twenty-six years, I thought I would try the Rider Waite deck. When I got them, imagine my surprise and disgust when “© US GAMES” is printed on the front of each card! Though in small print, it is quite legible and very much unwelcomed. Additionally, the reproduction herein is not accurate nor is it very well done. There is an English Rider version of this deck that is *so* much better.Pass on this version and get the English version instead.

  3. My favorite Rider Waite Smith Tarot deck This is my favorite of the Rider Waite Smith decks. The lines and detail are very clear and crisp. That makes a difference. Look at the Knight of Swords. In other RWS decks, the corner of the horse’s mouth is going down and it looks like the horse is looking backwards. The horse looks apprehensive. In this deck, the lines for the horse’s mouth and eyes are cleaner. The horse looks like he is grinning and happy to be charging ahead.

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