A set of rather unusual and non-standard cartomancy cards from Argentina with religious connotations and imaginative artwork
Charles Hodges produced engraved geographical and astronomical decks, London, c.1827-30.
De Reszke Cigarettes “What the Stars Say” astrology cards issued by J. Milhoff & Co., 1934.
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A pack of 54 playing-cards for fortune-telling each card containing a number of zodiacal, classical and modern images with a miniature card of the conventional type at top left and a letter of the alphabet at top right.
Hodges’ pack dealing with astronomy had numeral cards carrying diagrams of constellations and their pictorial representations.
Zodiac Celebrities fortune-telling cards presented with 'Picture Show' magazine, 1930. The cards were printed in black and red and supplied as uncut sheets inserted into the magazine.
Numerology assigns significance to individual digits and their combinations, considering them as symbols with inherent meanings.
Russell Grant astro-tarot with optimistic and motivational illustrations by Kay Smith.