Tarocchino Milanese a Doppia Figure "Collection"
It consists of 78 letters plus brochure with instructions in Italian language.
Numbered edition (2000) with seal of sealing with Il Meneghello.
The Tarocchino Milanese to Doppia Figura is a reproduction of 78 cards from an 1880 Italian deck, used for the Tarocchino card game.
The cards are unusual since each tarot image is divided in half and reflected in the same card. Published in a limited edition of 2000 by il Meneghello.
Created in the year 1880.
This is a reproduction printed by Bordoni circa 1880. The coin ace contains an Italian monarchic tax stamp, 50 centesimi (valid mid 1880 / 1890s) and a stamp of the Milanese tax office dated 1890, T give a date Accurate, since they can be applied years after the first publication of the deck.
This work is one of the first known to have double figures (doppia figure), or mirror reflections of the images in the letters. The later design shows a spearman on horseback.
The original was colored lithograph and has the backs printed on a separate sheet and glued to the cards, with the edges wrapped around the front. This edition also reproduces the edges of the paper at the front.
Author: Popolare Bordoni
Number of Cards: 78
Brochure with instructions.
Stock: Last Units