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James Bond 007: Solitaire's Tarot Cards Collectors Edition Prop Replica


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  • Officially licensed replica tarot cards from the 1973 James Bond film, Live and Let Die
  • Beautiful 1:1 scale replica of Solitaires prop tarot cards!
  • Meticulously copied and digitally restored from each original prop card
  • Features 22 different Tarot cards with 7 additional duplicate lovers cards
  • Includes display box, black velvet storage bag, detailed prop story booklet, detailed prop story booklet, and certificate of authenticity
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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 1 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003TYZTX2
  • Item model number: 408032
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #317,102 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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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.

This beautiful 1:1 scale replica of Solitaire's prop tarot cards, officially licensed by Danjaq LLC and EON Productions, has been created after meticulous study and research of the original props in the EON archives as well as interviews with original cast and crew. The original prop cards were hand-crafted for the production and had deteriorated and faded somewhat with the passage of time. We have meticulously copied and digitally restored each original prop card to accurately replicate it as seen on screen, including all the subtle variances that are present in hand made work. Each card has been printed onto ultra-heavy weight 400 pt stock and features the striking stylized red '007' repeating pattern seen in the film on the reverse. Our replica correctly reproduces the 22 different prop cards produced for the film, with the film accurate titles and artwork, which are different from commercially produced tarot cards. We have also included seven additional duplicate 'lovers' cards to replicate the key scenes in the film.

The replica card set is presented in a handsome presentation/display box and includes a black velvet storage bag. Also included is a detailed prop story booklet and certificate of authenticity.

- Individual Card Size 4.2 x 2.7 inches (109 x 70 mm)
- Total cards in the set: 29

From the Manufacturer

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. This beautiful 1:1 scale replica of Solitaire's prop tarot cards, officially licensed by Danjaq LLC and EON Productions, has been created after meticulous study and research of the original props in the EON archives as well as interviews with original cast and crew. The original prop cards were hand-crafted for the production and had deteriorated and faded somewhat with the passage of time. We have meticulously copied and digitally restored each original prop card to accurately replicate it as seen on screen, including all the subtle variances that are present in hand made work. Each card has been printed onto ultra-heavy weight 400 pt stock and features the striking stylized red 007 repeating pattern seen in the film on the reverse. Our replica correctly reproduces the 22 different prop cards produced for the film, with the film accurate titles and artwork, which are different from commercially produced tarot cards. We have also included seven additional duplicate lovers cards to replicate the key scenes in the film. The replica card set is presented in a handsome presentation/display box and includes a black velvet storage bag. Also included is a detailed prop story booklet and certificate of authenticity.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bree on July 20, 2012
If you just want the 007 deck then by all means purchase this replica and enjoy. However, I just wanted to say to anyone who wants the artwork of these cards, on a normal deck of tarot, that it is called "The Tarot Of The Witches" and the artist is Fergus Hall. It is a very beautiful deck, my absolute favorite. You can get it on amazon for around 13$
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Cathy on October 20, 2011
Well, first -- the Product Information on this page, as of today (10/20/11), is wrong. There are not "7 additional duplicate lovers cards". There are, however, 2 additional duplicate lovers cards, so I assume someone mistook a "2" for a "7". The Product Information also states, "Meticulously copied and digitally restored from each original prop card" -- not true. They may have been meticulously copied and digitally restored, but each original prop card is not present. Any tarot enthusiast who has watched the movie carefully has seen some RW-style cards not present in this deck, and also two additional minor arcana (from an unknown deck) that are also not present. The prop story booklet included with this set, at the very end of the booklet, does say: "...two cards are seen that are not included in this set as they could not be scanned or recreated. The prop cards, Six of Swords and Six of Wands are not held within the EON archives and their whereabouts remains a mystery. They are presumed to have been lost during the course of production". So anyone hoping to get *all* the cards from the movie will be disappointed. What *is* in the deck is: all 22 major arcana (that are all the same as the Tarot of the Witches, by Fergus Hall); two more copies of the Lovers card; the Queen of Cups; the Knight of Swords; and the Knight of Wands (all also the same as Tarot of the Witches) -- that is, 22 different major arcana, 2 duplicates and 3 court cards -- 27 cards in all. The backs are red with "007" design in white, as in the movie (and unlike the Hall cards).

Secondly, if you are going to buy this set, I suggest buying it directly from Amazon.com.
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By JP on September 29, 2014
the cards are perfect for tarot readings and they have the best design ever made. totally recommended it.
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