Thanks for finding that Russian site - can I assume you read a bit of Russian?
I like the Papesse of the 1889 better - only because she is more beautiful. The differences with all of the cards are interesting.
Kaplan I bibliography says 100 copies were printed of the 1889 edition; I read a website that said 350. Kaplan says they were hand-coloured - I can imagine Wirth colouring each book himself, what a labour of love!
The Catalogue Collectif de France (CCFR) http://www.ccfr.bnf.fr doesn't list a copy among scores of French libraries.
If anyone finds a copy near them, please scan the pictures in high resolution and post them - or at least notify us that you have it, and make arrangements.
The picture of the FOOL shows that these Wirth
cards are derived from Manly P.Hall's book
"The Secret Teachings of All Ages".
Making the pictures black-and-white, and comparing
them with the pictures of 1889 cards in Kaplan II
(p393) or "A Wicked Pack of Cards" by Decker,
Depaulis & Dummett, you can see that they're not
in the same colouring.
I suspect Hall may have had someone to colour the drawings in Papus' "The Tarot of the Bohemians"...
Well, I'd really like to see the genuine 1889 cards in colour, too!