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Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
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Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)
Tarot coleccion Masquerade - Martin (1995) (EN) (Usg)

Words cannot adequately express how much I dislike this deck. I can find no rhyme or reason for the odd and distracting coloring; the artwork is totally uninspiring; and the entire deck is utterly lacking in symbolism of almost any sort. It is quite possibly my least favorite deck of all.

All cards feature people in masks, as if they were off to a masquerade ball. The deck order and naming follow Rider Waite style with a few deviations: the high priestess is the priestess, the wheel of fortune is chance, the star is stars, and judgement is the angel. Suits are staves, cups, swords and coins.

Cards measure approximately 2.75 by 4.75 inches and handle well. The deck is not too stiff and not too flimsy. I imagine the deck would be durable and hold up to frequent use.

I don't recommend this deck for anyone. Even collectors will be utterly disappointed in my opinion. Beginners will certainly find no help in the images, as they all look pretty much the same.

 

The Masquerade Tarot is a disappointing tarot deck, in which the only thing remotely masquerade-ish is the black eye masks on each figure. The artwork is flatly coloured and the scenes seemingly unrelated to tarot.