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Rider “B deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

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Rider “C deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

This is the 1910 "A" deck, published by William Rider & Son, Ltd. of London in the spring of 1910. It went on to change the course of tarot forever. Due to World War I production was interrupted and it never made it to the United States in large numbers. It was reprinted in many forms over the years.

This is the 1910 "A" deck, published by William Rider & Son, Ltd. of London in the spring of 1910. It went on to change the course of tarot forever. Due to World War I production was interrupted and it never made it to the United States in large numbers. It was reprinted in many forms over the years.

Published by the William Rider & Son, Inc. company of London, this is a 1909 prototype tarot deck now known as the "Roses & Lilies" deck. This preceded the mass-production ("A") decks that were sold to the public in late March of 1910 by three months.

Published by the William Rider & Son, Inc. company of London, this is a 1909 prototype tarot deck now known as the "Roses & Lilies" deck. This preceded the mass-production ("A") decks that were sold to the public in late March of 1910 by three months.

1930's Rider tarot deck displayed with book and box

Rider tarot deck displayed with book and box

Rider “C deck” (estimated 1931 through 1939) - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

Rider “C deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

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Rider “B deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

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Rider “B deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

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Rider “C deck” (estimated 1931 through - House of White Tarot Museum & Research Library

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