Okay, then it's simply the case ...
1. Petit Oracles des Dames (I guess, as we know it, with 42 cards)
2. Petit Necromancien = the BM-deck, that we know
3. Tarot with 36 cartes "non decoupee" (I interpret "non decoupee" as 36 cards as a sheet, not cut) = unknown object, as a Tarot deck curiously with 36 cards instead of 78, possibly 22 trumps + 14 courts only.
The uncut sheet of 36 cards is of the Nouvel Eteila, ou Petit necromancien. Le Petit Oracle des Dames. I'm sorry to have to keep repeating myself, I don't know how to make it any clearer: It is one item.
As I said in previous post, I have seen an uncut sheet of the 36 cards, and the title Nouvel Eteila, ou Petit necromancien and Le Petit Oracle des Dames is printed upon it.
I have had a response from Thierry Depaulis, who again confirms the BM to be another copy of the NE. He also provides some additional information re: the Robert & Finet versions. Both are from the same plates, but the Robert version does not include the French card insets. So the BM we can confirm is a Finet version, not the Robert. He has also reconsidered his previous dating, and feels the design and engraving was much earlier, c. late 18th century.
He also confirms that the "Jeu divinatoire révolutionnaire" at the BnF is the same deck he had previously referred to as "Jeu politco-divinatoire" (Les cartes de la Révolution, 1989, no. 99).