20th Century Tarot

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Title

20th Century Tarot

Subject

General

Description

78 cards with a 24 page soft cover companion booklet, packaged together in a large-format, two part lidded cardboard box. No title card.

Cards measure 12 cm tall x 7 cm wide.

The card stock is thin and flexible, with a fairly smooth, mostly matte finish.

The backs have a non-reversible design featuring a candelabra.

The cards are black and white (and grey), and the art is minimalistic. The minor arcana are just pips.

Strength is 8 and Justice is 11. The Fool is numbered 0.

Suits are Pentacles, Wands, Swords, and Cups. Courts are Page, Knight, Queen, and King.

Published by:

SKOR-MOR CORP.
1107 E. Kimberly Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92801

Creator

Kevin G. Burne (writer)
No artist was credited; Burne may also be the artist, but I'm not certain.

The back of the box has a copyright statement that mentions someone named Burns (could it be a misspelling of Burne?).

Source

Listed in the Encyclopedia of Tarot, vol. I, p. 283

Publisher

Skor-Mor Corporation, California, United States

Date

1970 (c)

Relation

24 page companion book, soft cover

Format

78 cards

Language

English

Type

Plain pips

About the Original Item

Date Added
March 11, 2013
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Citation
Kevin G. Burne (writer), “20th Century Tarot,” The Osborne Tarot Collection, accessed November 24, 2017, http://tarot.zerosummer.org/items/show/267.
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