Albano: Pamela Colman Smith's artwork was pumped up with vibrant colors by Frankie Albano. The deck was originally published in 1968 and went out of print just a few years later. There was sufficient demand for this deck so U.S. Games Systems re-issued a facsimile deck from the original in 1991 and it has remained a staple for tarot collectors since. The colors are bright with lots of purples and greens, which help readers focus on details they might have otherwise missed. The background of the Minor Arcana are color-coded. The Cups feature light blue-green, the Wands are orange, the Pentacles lime green, and the Swords yellow. This is a vivid deck that appeals to those nostalgic for the psychedelic sixties or who appreciate the "wow" factor.
Giant Rider Waite: Well established as a classic, The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck remains faithful to the artistry of Pamela Colman Smith's 1909 design. The innovative deck, once considered revoluntionary, now sets the standard for tarot cards everywhere, and continues to be one of the world's most popular tarot decks. Designed by Pamela Colman Smith under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite. Oversized cards measure approximately 4" x 6.75". Includes 24-page booklet, with tarot interpretations based upon A.E. Waite's Pictorial Key to the Tarot.
Keychains: Packaged in an attractive, durable carrying case. Includes 78-card Tiny Universal Waite® Tarot Deck and instructions.
Practical Wisdom: Miniature versions of the 78 Radiant Rider-Waite cards are paired with simple, down-to-earth tarot guidance. Expert advice is printed right on the cards, so there’s no need to look up tarot meanings in a booklet. This handy, pocket-sized deck is perfect for beginners, advanced readers and everyone in between.
Quick & Easy: The colorful, 78-card deck is based on the bestseller Universal Waite Tarot deck. Quick & Easy Tarot has both the divinatory meanings and reversed meanings printed right on the cards, so there is no need to consult a book. The illustrations of this unique deck are based on the iconic artwork of Pamela Colman Smith, which has been re-colored by Mary Hanson-Roberts with soothing colors, and fresh, new details. With insightful divinatory meanings provided by tarot expert Ellen Lytle, Quick & Easy Tarot is the perfect deck for learning and reading tarot cards.
Radiant Rider: Virginijus Poshkus has successfully undertaken the task of re-colorizing an iconic tarot deck and enhancing the beloved artwork created by Pamela Colman Smith. His carefully chosen palette of vibrant color brings new energy and radiance to the 78 cards of the Rider-Waite Tarot. The updated look replaces Smith’s thick, black outlines with subtle shading that gives depth to the familiar scenes. Radiant Rider-Waite’s enhanced brightness highlights the traditional symbolism that readers rely on for insightful readings. The card backs have also been given the fresh new look of a star-filled deep, blue sky. Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot includes an instruction booklet with an Introduction by Stuart R. Kaplan.
Reflective Tarot: Printed on luminescent holographic cards, this shimmering tarot deck accentuates the vibrant colors of the Radiant Rider-Waite for dynamic readings. Includes 78-cards and 60-page booklet of traditional tarot meanings in a handy small size that packs a big punch.
Rider Pocket: With full pictorial scenes on every card of the Major and Minor Arcana, Rider-Waite Tarot set the standard for hundreds of other tarot decks around the world. First created in 1909 by Pamela Colman Smith, under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite, the vibrant drawings of Rider-Waite Tarot hold timeless appeal. The deck’s enduring popularity stems from the universality of the symbolism captured in every card of the 78-card deck. Pocket Rider-Waite Tarot includes an instruction booklet with upright and reversed meanings, keywords, and an introduction by tarot expert, Stuart R. Kaplan. This is a deck that is beloved by tarot beginners and experienced readers alike. Rider-Waite Tarot belongs in every tarot collection.
Smith Waite: The Smith-Waite Centennial Tarot Deck is a faithful reproduction of the original deck created by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909 under the direction of Arthur E. Waite. This classic tarot deck features full pictorial scenes in the muted colors chosen by “Pixie” herself. The deck was first issued in 2009 by U.S. Games Systems as part of the Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set. This stand-alone version is for collectors who want to keep their PCS sets pristine and yet do readings with this special deck. The 84-card deck includes the standard 78 tarot cards plus four samples of Pixie’s non-tarot artwork: Much Ado About Nothing, The Gates of Dreamland, Christmas Carol and Once in a Dream.
Spanish Rider Waite: The classic Rider-Waite Tarot, with Spanish titles and instruction booklet, is a must have for any tarot enthusiast.
Starter: The perfect choice for beginning readers. Use the cards the first day you receive them! Regular and reverse meanings are printed on each card to facilitate readings. The artwork is in the style of ancient woodcuts, based on traditional motifs.
The Rider: Rider-Waite Tarot has set the standard for hundreds of other tarot decks, which follow the archetypal images created by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909 under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite. This edition includes Smith’s original hand drawn titles.
Tiny Tarot: At less than one and a half inches tall, this precious tarot deck can go anywhere with you. This miniature deck comes with its own tiny instruction booklet. Tiny Universal Waite Tarot features the iconic drawings of Pamela Colman Smith, expertly re-colored by Mary Hanson-Roberts. The original meanings and rich symbolism of the Rider-Waite artwork come through with greater clarity and fresh, new details.
Universal Waite: The iconic drawings of Pamela Colman Smith have been beautifully re-colored by artist Mary Hanson-Roberts. The original meanings and rich symbolism of the Rider-Waite artwork come through with greater clarity and fresh, new details. The enhanced imagery makes the Universal Waite Tarot deck more accessible to newcomers and more appealing to seasoned tarot readers. Hanson-Roberts’ serene colors also make the Universal Waite deck as perfect for meditation as it is for divination.