According to the guy here:
The first, which he calls 'Oracle des dames' by Etteilla, he dates to 1797.
It is in German, so perhaps Huck can relate the content for us (better than google!).
Here is his introduction via an uncorrected google translation:
The "Oracle des Dames" of Etteilla
History of Cards
The exceptionally beautifully illustrated card deck "Oracle des Dames" was in the 18th century by the Frenchman Etteilla (1738-1791) designed and made in copper engraving technique at Chez l'Auteur, Paris. Etteilla (his actual name Alliette he led from mystical grounds reverse) used the Tarot cards first Europeans as "divination tool". Until then, the Tarot was only a card game for entertainment. Etteilla was inspired by the teachings of Antoine Court de Gébelin (1728-1784), who laid the intellectual foundation for the esoteric Tarot. De Gébelin recognized with a stroll through the Parisian salons spontaneously the Egyptian origin of the Tarot cards and established two presumptions that are disseminated until today, of which we now know but with great certainty that they are not true:
Accordingly Tarot is an ancient Egyptian Book of Wisdom and the cards were brought by the gypsies in Europe. Etteilla took these theses and published the first rules of interpretation of Tarot cards. In 1789 he issued his own cards, which became known as the "Grand Etteilla".
To give an insight into the mind Etteillas follows here a translation of the original text Introduction the supplement to the maps:
"The Egyptians, our masters in the arts that we have neither invented nor perfected, created a game where create any arrangement of cards that are shuffled by random hands, an ensemble that in the key events and the incredible opportunities gives life to this magical art, now within reach for the world, provides a food for special;. it provides an amazing level of mystery to most things that in the fog of mystery, betrayal, the thefts, the Sorglosigkeiten who Love filter. The magical chains of these powerful feelings that dominate all sensitive souls, here reveals a mystical language to the ancient Egyptians had the key. "
"One day the truth of probability is given birth." - This phrase of the poet Saadi shows the first page of the supplement to the deck from the year 1797.
He then treats the cards individually with their keywords (from its LWB?), e.g.,
No. 1 "Love"
Love is represented as a sliding above the Earth beings. A transparent band covers her eyes, the left hand grasps a flower garland. The bow, which she holds indicates that it is ready to pierce the heart of a man who mistrusts her.
As with all maps, it is important to decide what card it precedes or follows.
Love happiness ? (Liebesglück)
No. 10 "Lucina"
Lucina, "the to light Promotional" is the goddess of childbirth and of the Moon. She opens her newborn's eyes and gives them the vision and inner enlightenment. As a map it symbolizes the "look through" of an event, the creative success of a project or even the birth of a child.
He notes as his source: Tarot-Kalender 2007, ISBN 3-930048-49-3
From which I find that they were reproduced by Realis Verlag in a limited edition along with the Tarot-Kalendar, 2007:
This divination card deck is the reproduction of an ancient decks of cards, which has been issued by Realis Verlag together with a Tarot Calendar for 2007 in a limited edition. Meanwhile, these cards are not available any more. They are designed by the famous French soothsayer Etteilla himself and his late 18th century appeared the first time. The style of presentation and the clothes of the people on the maps do not contradict. Accordingly, they may well be Etteillas lifetime (1738 - 1791) have arisen. More likely, however, it is that these cards were created after Etteillas death and designed on the basis of the so-called Petit Etteilla. Such cards were quite popular in the 19th century and were sold under the French name "Oracle des Dames". However, the custom of Etteilla Tarot cards were sometimes referred to as "Etteillakarten" or "Oracle des Dames". Already at Etteillas lifetime is "Etteillakarten" has become a general term for Wahrsagekarten. Today we distinguish between the Petit Etteilla (small Etteilla), which Etteillas special divination deck is meant and his Tarot, the Grand Etteilla while "Oracle des Dames" and Etteillakarten be used as a general term for Wahrsagekarten of the 19th century, based on the interpretations Etteillas rest. It is therefore not ruled out that the presented here cover easily this time popular name was used.
The deck consists of 36 cards that are numbered, but which do not map title. The card images symbolic scenes and individuals and deities from Greek or Roman mythology.
I presume the poet that is quoted is the Persian poet and mystic Saadi of Shiraz, a French translation of his Gulistan was made in 1634 by Andre du Ryer, and his Bustan and the Gulistan into German in 1654 by Adam Olearius.