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Thank you for the updates!

Looking forward to the complete deck of the Rosenwald (in its Black and White version especially at the moment). I'll be looking out for your hand-made versions of both decks as well.


With those and a possible Vandenborre - Looks like you will be busy for a while.

BTW, I love the paper and feel of the Budapest and Rosenwald, including the way you have packaged them. They have a distinct character as objects, not just as a a collection of paper cards that must somehow be gathered for shipment and sale. They are like miniature folio sets of art prints. The little touches of hand-numbering and monograms on the wrappers and the band designs based on unique details from each deck are also special.

I really look forward to reading with the complete Rosenwald. Its imagery is forcefully simple and graphic while completely disarming at the same time, conjuring settings of wine in pottery goblets, the fragrances of beeswax candles, and old wood tables on stone floors...
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Cool


Just posted an article on Sullivan's delightful Budapest Tarot, including some input from him on the coloring choices. Let me know what you think!

https://upayatarot.wordpress.com/201...apest-hismans/
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Not sure if anyone aside from Sullivan has tried this yet, but the deck pops pretty easily back inside the heavy paper wrapper. If you don't mind the wrapper getting soft from use (I don't), it should actually be great for transport, with a band of somesort around the long end. And re-wrapping the deck actually gives much the same satisfaction as unwrapping it; a gift that keeps giving
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Not sure if anyone aside from Sullivan has tried this yet, but the deck pops pretty easily back inside the heavy paper wrapper. If you don't mind the wrapper getting soft from use (I don't), it should actually be great for transport, with a band of somesort around the long end. And re-wrapping the deck actually gives much the same satisfaction as unwrapping it; a gift that keeps giving
That's exactly how I'm carrying it! and you're right, it's just like unwrapping a gift all over again.
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Just posted an article on Sullivan's delightful Budapest Tarot, including some input from him on the coloring choices. Let me know what you think!

https://upayatarot.wordpress.com/201...apest-hismans/
Beautiful deck! I hope to add it to my collection soon. Thanks for the article, Yeshe. Especially appreciate the photos. I have been following the restoration on Instagram but hadn't found anywhere else to preview the entire completed deck.
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