On this site, I frequently feature pictures of cards from tarot decks. Those pictures come from the following decks:

The Dreaming Way Tarot by Rome Choi and Illustrated by Kwon Shina (U.S. Games Systems)
The Druid Animal Oracle by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm and illustrated by Will Worthington (Connections Publishing)
The Earthbound Oracle by A.L Schwartz (self-published)
The Japaridze Tarot by Nino Japaridze (U.S. Games Systems)
The Linestrider Tarot by Siolo Thomson (self-published, reissued by Llewellyn)
Tarot de Marseille by Pierre Madenié (1709) reproduced by Yves Reynaud and Wilfried Houdouin (Tarot of Marseilles Heritage)
The Mary-el Tarot by Marie White (Schiffer)
The Medieval Cat Tarot by Lawrence Teng (U.S. Games Systems)
The Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law (Llewellyn)
The Smith-Waite Centennial Deck by A.E. Waite and illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith (U. S. Games Systems)
The Thoth Tarot by Aleister Crowley and illustrated by Lady Frieda Harris (U.S. Games Systems)
The Universal Waite Deck by by A.E. Waite and illustrated by Pamela Colman Smith and Mary Hanson-Roberts (U. S. Games Systems)
The Victorian Fairy Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone and illustrated by Gary A. Lippincott (Llewellyn)
Visconti-Sforza Tarot (The Golden Tarot) with book by Mary Packard (Race Point Publishing)
The Wildwood Tarot by Mark Ryan and John Matthews and illustrated by Will Worthington (Sterling Ethos)
The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans (self-published)
The William Blake Tarot by William Blake and Ed Buryn (self-published)
The Wooden Tarot by A.L. Swartz (self-published)

Admittedly, I have not asked permission to use images from any of these decks and will immediately take down any pictures upon request if you own the rights to them. My purpose in posting images of the cards here is to enhance my writing and promote the decks I use. These are personal favorites of mine and I recommend them to any tarot reader.

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