The Knapp-Hall Tarot Deck -- Limited Edition Reprint
Limited Edition of 1,500 Decks -- Featuring the Original Two-Piece Box, Booklet and 78 Stunning Tarot Cards
Created by John Augustus Knapp and Manly P. Hall (The Secret Teachings of All Ages)
The Famed “Knapp-Hall Tarot Deck” from 1929, One of the rarest and most esoteric tarot decks ever created - available now for the first time in its original form in nearly 90 years!
The Knapp-Hall Tarot Deck has been re-printed several times over the years but always with different dimensions and new designs for the reverse of the cards.
For this Limited Edition of 1,500, we’ve replicated the graphics, texture, feel, and dimensions of the original 1929 Revised New Art Tarot as closely as possible given modern printing methods.
Please note that this beautiful Tarot is smaller and more delicate than most modern decks, so treat it with care when handling them. Any imperfections in the cards (for example, the Knight/Warrior of Pentacles has a smaller border than the other cards) are present in the original 1929 deck scanned for this edition.
Card images were taken from scans of an original 1929 deck with only minimal corrections for wear and tear. The sepia tone of the card stock, due to aging, has been preserved to reflect what a 1929 deck would look like today.
We hope lovers of Tarot appreciate and use this lovely and unique deck as much today as they did in 1929 when it was first issued!
(limited to three decks per customer max)
About the history of this deck:
The “Knapp-Hall Tarot” (or sometimes known as Revised New Art Tarot) was originally published in 1929, a collaboration between illustrator & artist John Augustus Knapp (1853-1938) and writer, sage & teacher Manly P. Hall (1901-1990).
It was released two years after Hall’s monumental encyclopedia of esoteric traditions and symbols, The Secret Teachings of All Ages (1927). The original packaging contained 78 cards inside a two-piece, plum fabric-covered box, and a small 48-page booklet containing “An Essay on the Book of Thoth” written by Hall.