Tarots said to be "Marseilles Tarots"

The Lequart Tarot signed Arnoult

Tarot de Besançon

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Lequart Tarot signed Arnoult (1748) - Cartier of Paris - Tarot de Besançon.

This is a Tarot de Besançon in which the majority of the cards are very close to the standard Tarot de Marseille cards. The difference is principally on the level of the Pope and Popess, who had been replaced by Jupiter and Juno. The angel in The World has a beard.

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