Tarot de Marseille François Chosson 1736

Tarot de Marseille François Chosson 1736
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In April of 1736, François Chosson of Marseille printed what was to later become the prototype for the popular, Tarot de Marseille decks enjoyed today.

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The original copy of this 1736 Chosson deck was sold to the Historical Museum Blumenstein in Solothurn, Switzerland. Thanks to the efforts of researcher Yves Reynaud and graphic designer Wilfried Houdouin, both of Marseille, this historical tarot deck is presented as a faithful facsimile. Its original packaging has been reproduced for this Limited Edition printing of 3000 hand-numbered decks.

Created by: Yves Reynaud and Wilfried Houdouin
Tarot Deck – 78 Cards – Self Published – Only 3000 available
Card Dimensions: 2.75″ x 4.75″

Published by Tarot of Marseilles Hertiage


This was my first Marseille Tarot! It was alluring and exciting to have 2008 out of 3000! It was not the easiest to learn on.

Where To Buy:

amazon selfbuy


*Rating taken from customer reviews at Amazon.

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