German Tarot Cards Game Related To The James Bond Film ‘Live And Let Die’ 1973. The Tarot Deck Featured In The Film Is Based Upon Unique Card Designs By Fergus Hall, A Scottish Surrealist Painter. Two Different Versions Were Made, An English And A German Edition. The Box Set (165 x 265 x 35mm) Contains: 78 Tarot Cards (Sealed Deck), Paper Play Board And Instruction Booklet (88 Pages) By Stuart R. Kaplan. Müller AG, Neuhausen Switzerland (Bought By Cartamundi Belgium In 1999) Published By US Games Systems Inc. N.Y.

Full Color 78 Cards Series Contains: Cups 14 Blue Backdrop Cards, Batons 14 Orange-Brown Backdrop Cards, Swords 14 Red Backdrop Cards, Coins 14 Green Backdrop Cards, The Fool, I The Magican, II The High Priestess, III The Empress, IV The Emperor, V Hierophant, VI The Lovers, VII The Chariot, VIII Justice, VIIIIThe Hermit, X Wheel Of Fortune, XI Strenght, XII Hanged Man, XIII Death, XIIII Temperance, XV The Devil, XVI The Tower, XVII The Star, XVIII The Moon, XVIIIIThe Sun, XX Judgment, XXI The World

Solitaire Was The Mysterious And Gifted Psychic, Played By Jane Seymour In 1973’s Live And Let Die. Blessed With The Gift Of Being Able To Reliably Prophesize Future Events, Solitaire Used The Tarot To Guide And Advise The Crime Boss Kanaga, Played By Yaphet Koto. The Tarot Cards Played A Central Role In The Film And Featured Heavily In Both The Film’s Imagery And Plot. Live And Let Die Is Generally Acknowledged As Having Introduced Tarot To A Wider Mainstream Audience
US Games Systems Inc., USA 1973

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