Standing the test of time with influences from Qabbalah and the Occult, the Rider-Waite Tarot is the world's most popular tarot deck among readers, seers and collectors alike. Cards measure 2.75" x 4.75".
In 1909, artist Pamela Colman Smith’s involvement with the Order of the Golden Dawn led to a commission from Arthur Edward Waite to create a 78-card tarot deck. Originally known as the Rider deck, it was the first to include full pictorial scenes for the Minor Arcana pips.
Pamela’s varied mystical influences are evident throughout the deck. Once considered revolutionary, The Rider-Waite deck has set the standard for hundreds of other decks and has inspired a myriad of different versions available from U.S. Games Systems, Inc.
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