Cartes Recréatives is a set of Transformed playing cards designed by Armand-Gustave Houbigant (1790-1863) and first published by Terquem et May, Metz, in 1819
Trumps depict historical scenes primarily of the political period known as the Holy Roman Empire from the 6th to 16th century.
Jeu Grotesque was first published in France c.1800.
Geographical and Heraldic Tarocchi cards from Bologna, 1725
Facsimile of “Le Jeu de la Guerre” designed by Gilles de la Boissière in 1698.
17th century Minchiate cards reprinted from the original woodblocks
Il Gioco di Passatempo contains 40 figurative playing cards depicting moral virtues and vices, dated 1690
19th century Portuguese pattern, re-printed from original woodblocks
Cartes des Rois de France (1644) facsimile edition by Edizioni del Solleone, 1986.
“Tarocchino Lombardo” c.1835, a limited facsimile edition of 2500 by Edizione del Solleone, Italy, 1981.
Gumppenberg published several new decks by artists or engravers of the day. The designs are clear and well-engraved, in the style of the revival of antiquity, preserving the symbolic intensity of the Tarot.