Lenormand Oracle Cards

The Lenormand Oracle Cards by Gina di Roberto: a card-by-card feature by Tarot Zamm.

This is one of the most appreciated cartomancy decks: its 36 figures have a great fascination born from the suggestive power of the symbols. The significance of the cards can be understood with great ease thanks to the rules established by Marie Anne Lenormand, Napoleon Bonaparte’s Tarot reader, also known as the “Sibilla of the Salons”.

New Edition 2013 Blue Box. These Lenormand Oracle cards shown are a reproduction of a Lenormand deck first printed in Paris in 1890. Each card is numbered with images and symbols.

The card deck box is blue in a multilingual edition that includes English, Italian, Spanish, French & German with an instruction booklet that gives the card meanings and the “gipsy method” of reading the cards according to Marie Anne Lenormand. It includes 36 Cards Card size is 6 cm x 10 cm ( 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″) Multi-Lingual (English) Instruction booklet Included.

The “green”, “red” and “blue” Lenormand are different editions of the same deck, with subtle differences on the face of each card including card design and colour tones. The blue appears to have a different design on the back of each card in comparison to the other decks.

Product Details (Amazon.com)
Paperback: 36 pages
Publisher: LO SCARABEO; 2013 edition (2003)
Language: Russian
ISBN-10: 8883953215
ISBN-13: 978-8883953217
Product Dimensions: 4.1 x 2.6 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 2.9 ounces

Amazon review
Simplify – April 21, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars – Gorgeous images, good quality deck
Format: Cards
Verified Purchase
This has quickly become a favourite deck. The image quality is excellent, the finish is satin, and cardstock is flexible–easy to shuffle, but feels resilient. Note that there are no playing card references at all, so if you use those, you’ll need to add a small notation. Lo Scarabeo can be hit-and-miss for quality, this one’s a hit as far as I’m concerned. This deck seems to be getting hard to find.

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