autorbis gave the following output at LTarot:
"Huck Meyer has added some info about a "Master of the
Bandalore", a card-painter from the Netherlands,
reachable under the points "Decks" at Trionfi.com
or directly under
There are also some new links at the "Decks" page,
leading to small colour pictures of Trionfi cards,
some Este, Catelin de Geofroy etc. Unluckily to small
to see too much.
The new Cologne Mantegna-version is also mentioned
Ross Caldwell has explored some details about the
Decembrio-Text. They are integrated in the
Documents-part of Trionfi.com:
under Link "Name of Trionfi", between Document 2 and
I've interest to found a historical newsletter, which
is published any month or so or unregularely. Anybody
interested to participate? I essentially need some
co-workers for that, I've too much to do."
Also he gave the following question:
there is a note, going back to a statement of H.
Brockhaus, that Bessarion, Cusanus and Pius II. in
Mantua created the Mantegna Tarocchi.
I don't believe that. But one should know the
arguments precisely, and I don't know them. Does
anybody can give them? There is a "game of the
goverment of the world" mentioned as being used in
Mantua. To which source does it refer?"