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Budapest Tarot - Tarot Sheet Revival


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Just a heads up that Sullivan Hismans is working on a second edition of the Budapest Tarot. 


Updates are on Facebook and Instagram but it looks likely to be released in the next few weeks. 


It’s a real gem of a deck - easy to read with and interesting from a tarot history point of view too. 

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On 2/16/2020 at 3:12 PM, Flaxen said:

That’s great! Would love to hear your thoughts when you get it. :classic_smile:

It arrived. I love it. My husband is not a fan.  He'll stick with the nobility's Visconti - expensive tastes. 😄   To each thier own.

The bold lines and colors energize the reading, and I especially like the way the swords curve away from one another rather than toward - with the crown like a napkin ring binding them together. It looks like they'd fly apart without it. Makes a good contrast to the batons with their proud banners and the sense of tightly unified force as more weave together in the high end of the suit.


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Glad you like it @Rose Lalonde. It’s funny how tastes differ so much - I’m not such a huge fan of the Visconti compared to other historical decks. It’s beautiful but a bit too ostentatious to be an everyday reading deck for me. The Budapest looks like a deck someone could whip out in a tavern. :classic_biggrin:

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