In 2014/15 I began selling off part of my tarot collection. When I moved address in summer 2015, I had to suspend the sales. It has taken me a lot longer than I expected to reorganise my workplace but I am now returning to selling items.
I have decided to sell off a substantial part of my tarot collection over the next few years.
Some I will put up on Ebay but most will be available through the series of pages on this site.
These can be bought direct from me, paying using Paypal. I will try and put up a batch of fifty or
so each month. As a long term and well known collector, you can trust me to supply good quality
decks at a fair price.
I am only interested in the artwork of tarot so I never shuffle or handle the cards for divination,
but keep them stored in drawers. Thus all the tarot I have are as perfect as when I bought them.
I have tried to source good quality copies of early out of print tarots and where these are less than
perfect I will indicate in the description.
As a long term buyer of tarot I am aware of the fact that many sellers inflate the postage charges, either
deliberately or through lack of experience of posting out items to buyers. I post out items using the
UK Royal Mail postal service. I have worked out the cost of posting based on the weight of the item into the
four bands used by the Royal Mail for International post. As I am aware that many people in the USA or Europe
prefer to pay in their currency, I have set up three separate payment buttons - One for UK buyers, another for Europe,
and the third for the USA and all other destinations. These have the appropriate postage charges for these three regions.
I have decades of experience in mail order, so I know just how to protect items to survive the crushing
that can happen in mailbags during transit.
Collecting tarot especially developed in the last few decades as tarot became increasingly popular worldwide.
Before the appearance of Ebay and other online auction sites and dealers, tarot collecting lay in the hands
of a small number of specialist suppliers, but now it is possible to build a substantial collection using
online sources. There are more tarots available, but there is also a growing community of collectors.
This means that in most cases tarots hold their value and can be a very good investment. Many people use tarot
for divination and this can often lead to cards becoming worn or lost in use, thus the number of decks
in circulation constantly diminishes, ensuring an increasing value for the remaining copies. Of course it is
possible to overpay for rare items, but as some of the older out of print tarots only come onto the market
once or twice a year one often has to make a judgement as to how much one is prepared to pay. Participating in
Ebay auctions can lead to one getting carried away by ones wish to acquire the item.
I have decided to try to sell items direct to buyers through these pages. This avoids the Ebay charges
and means I can keep the prices as low as possible. With over 2400 to sell, I expect this will take about
five years. It requires a considerable amount of time to make up each entry and to work out a fair price. If anyone
is interested in a particular tarot in my database please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will see
if it is possible for me to work out a price. I have already done this for a couple of collectors who approached me directly.
I am unwilling at the moment to sell off any of my Japanese tarots but all other items are available for sale.
See how I have priced the tarots
I have for sale
Please go to these pages to see items:-
Tarot Sales page 1
Tarot Sales page 2
Tarot Sales page 3
Tarot Sales page 4
Tarot Sales page 5
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