Creator(s): Jaques Vieville, Patrick Coq
Date: 1650*, 2012
Publisher: editions sivilixi
Number of Cards: 78
Reference: editions sivilixi
The deck was made around 1650 in Paris
by cardmaker Jacques Viéville. Many cards do match the cards
in the Tarot of Marseilles tradition but the Tarot
of Jacques Viéville seems to also be related to the "Belgian
Tarot", the "Tarocco Bolognese", and The "Ferrara" Tarots.
The major arcana are not named, but the names can be guessed from two cards, the Ace of denier and the Two of cups. Some of the trumps (Tower, Sun, Devil, Hanged Man, Star, Moon) have greatly different imagery from the Tarot de Marseille and contrary to the Viéville tarot, the Marseille tarot traditionally
represents the VII arcane as the Chariot and the VIII arcane as the
The stamp of the Bibliothèque Royale, which had been added by the Library to avoid theft, has been removed electronically.