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Publication Date: 1975
Publisher: U.S. Games Systems, Incorporated
Smith, Pamela Colman
The world's most popular tarot deck has long been a favorite of beginners as well as tarot enthusiasts. In 1909, Pamela Colman Smith, under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite, created an innovative 78-card deck, and set the standard for nearly every tarot deck published thereafter.Smith, Pamela Colman is the author of 'Rider Tarot Deck', published 1975 under ISBN 9780913866139 and ISBN 091386613X.
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