The Sicilian pack has a similar composition to the Neapolitan pack, and is small and squat in appearance.
The double ended version of the Piedmontese Tarot evolved during the second half of the nineteenth century, most probably in Turin. It is still produced and used today.
The highly individual Sicilian Tarot has the Italo-Portuguese suit system with straight, interlocking swords and batons, and maids instead of jacks
Fully illustrated Italian Disney pack advertising the Fiat Cinquecento, made by Modiano, Trieste, Italy, 1993.
The double-ended version of the ‘Trevisane’ pattern originated in the early 19th century.
The Triestine pattern is derived from the Venetian (Trevisane) pattern but with its own characteristics.