www.collectarot.com Toggle Search Account Checkout Cart Tarot Cards & Sets Antique (100+) Contemporary Historical Reproductions Vintage (40-99) Lenormand & Oracles Playing Cards Contemporary Designs Historical Reproductions El Tarot en Español Books Search site Submit search Nav Menu 2 Nav Menu 3 Nav Menu 4 Nav Menu 5 Nav Menu 6 Nav Menu 7 Nav Menu 8 Home > Playing Cards > Historical Reproductions Sort By: Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Most Popular Title Manufacturer Newest Oldest Availability 30 per page 60 per page 120 per page 180 per page 300 per page Page of 1 PRIMAL UR LENORMAND Fortune Telling Card Deck - Game of Hope Price: $21.95 Sale Price: $17.88 Savings: $4.07 GIOCO DEL PASSO TEMPO GAME OF THE PASSAGE OF TIME CARD DECK - G.M.MITELLI LTD ED Price: $37.50 CARTE TOSCANE 1890 Tuscan Transformation Playing Cards Price: $39.50 A reproduction of a 36 card game published in 1799 by J.K. Hechtel. A reproduction of Mitelli's fine etchings for the 40 card deck from 1690 known as "Gioco Del Passa Tempo" (Game of the Passage of Time) published in 1991 by Edizione Il Meneghello in a limited edition. The Carte Toscane are a reprodcution of an Italian 'Transformation' Playing Card deck originally produced circa 1850 by Adolfo Materelli. GIOCO DEI GIORNALI PARIGI 1819 Transformation Cards Price: $39.50 IMAGINI DE GLI DEI DI CARTARI Card Deck Replica - Ltd. Ed. Price: $39.50 SIBILLA ORIGINALE DEL 1890 Price: $41.50 The Gioco dei Giornali are a reproduction of a 'Transformation' playing card deck originally produced circa 1819 and attributed to Baron Louis Atthalin of Paris. "Imaginings of the Gods by Vincenzo Cartari" is a replica of a 1626 card deck reproduced by Il Meneghello. A Limited Edition reproduction of a 52 card Sibilla fortune-telling playing card deck originally printed by the cardmaker L. Lamperti of Milan in 1890. SIBILLA ORIGINALE DEL 1850 Price: $41.50 MULUK WA-NUWWAB Recreation c. 1500 Mamluk Card Deck Price: $52.50 A Limited Edition reproduction of a 52 card Sibilla fortune-telling playing card deck originally printed by the cardmaker L. Lamperti of Milan in the mid to late 19th century. A new restoration of circa 1500 Mamluk Card Deck from Trzes-art in 2019.