In 2019, I parted with 90 % of the cards in my collection. Aside from some antique decks, I retainly only those utilised with any regularity. These are the cards indicated below, with the Tarocco Sopraffino, Jeu Lenormand and Otto Tragy Jugendstil Spielkarten being the most commonly utilised.

When performing readings, both the choice of deck and spread is at my discretion. You are of course welcome to make a request, but I reserve the right to make the final choice. I make the selection based on both intuition and experience.

Tarot Cards:

Ancien Tarot de Marseille © B.P. Grimaud (1963).
Tarot Fortune Cards © Thomson Leng (1935)
The Prediction Tarot © Aquarian Press (1985).
The Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot © OTO International/AGM Switzerland (1986)
The Original Rider Waite Tarot Pack © Rider (1993).
The Ancestral Path Tarot © Julie Cuccia-Watts/US Games Systems, Inc. (1995)
Greenwood Tarot © Chesca Potter/Thornsons (1996).
DruidCraft Tarot © Worthington/Connections (2005).
Victorian Romantic Tarot © Magic Realist Press (2006).
Tarocco Sopraffino © Lo Scarabeo (2020)

Petit Lenormand:

The Lenormand Oracle © Verlag für die Frau, Leipzig (1982).
Jeu Lenormand © Carta Mundi (1992).

Playing Cards:

Goodall’s Imperial Club © Chas Goodall & Son, Ltd (1950).
Otto Tragy Jugendstil Spielkarten © A.S.S. (1978).
Neo Classic © Amber Studio/Droesbeke (1989).
Bicycle Hessler’s Playing Cards © Bicycle (2019).

Oracle Cards:

Druid Animal Oracle © Worthington/Connections (1994).
The Green Man Tree Oracle © Worthington/Connections (2003).
Victorian Flower Oracle © Magic Realist Press (2006).
Druid Plant Oracle © Worthington/Connections (2008).

Fortune Telling Cards:

Oracle Belline © B.P. Grimaud (1961).
French Fortune Telling Cards © Poster Prints/Miss Brooke Alderson (1971)


Amulets of the Goddess © Nancy Blair/Windblow (1993).

Dame Fate’s Picturebook © abCartomancy 2010 – 2020

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