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Tarots said to be "Marseilles Tarots"

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The Blanche Tarot

Tarot of J. Blanche (successor to Renault). Manufacturer of the Tarot de Jœrger (or Jerger) in Besançon.

The Rochias Tarot

The Rochias Tarot is a Tarot said to be a "Marseilles Tarot" made in Neuchatel, Switzerland.

The Carrajat Tarot

The Carrajat Tarot is a "Marseilles Tarot" manufactured in Chamberry. Le dessin est différent du canon marseillais traditionnel, mais il y a néanmoins un Pape et une Papesse, la différence des tarots de Besançon…

The Renault Tarot

Renault was a Cartier from Besançon. This is a typical Tarot de Besançon.

The Lequart Tarot signed Arnoult

Lequart Tarot signed Arnoult (1748) - Cartier of Paris - Tarot de Besançon. This is a Tarot de Besançon of which most of the cards are very close to the standard of the Tarots de Marseille.

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