Tarocco Della Rocca

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Tarocco Della Rocca (Fool - 0)

Description

Tarocco Della Rocca was originally published by the famous printer, Ferdinando Gumppenberg in the historically Tarot rich city of Milan in 1830. It is a beautiful B&W, 78-card Tarot deck of detailed penciled drawings by the artist, C. Della Rocca. This is a quality reproduction by Il Meneghello (also of Milan) in a limited, numbered edition of 350 copies, printed on sturdy cardstock. Card dimensions: 4.92 x 2.56 inches, 12.5 x 6.5 cm.

According to the publisher Osvaldo Menegazzi of Il Meneghello, Ferdinando Gumppenberg is one of the greatest innovators and inventors; ingenious in the field of playing card production during the 19th century. When he arrived in Milan in 1809 from Munich, he brought German technology along with a trunk full of experience to share with Italy. He had studied with J. Fetscher and also brought with him the news, taste, fashion and trends that were of contemporary Germany and Austria during the 2nd half of the 1700's.

Creator

C. Della Rocca, Milan 1830

Publisher

Originally Commissioned for the Printer, Gumppenberg

  • Il Meneghello reproduced this historically important deck in 1998

Date of Publication

Published by il Meneghello, 1998

Creator's website

(A site by Arnell Ando to honor the Tarot & art contributions by Osvaldo Menegazzi of Il Meneghello. It has much of Osvaldo's published decks and handmade art to date.)


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