Rune Tarot Decks
Rune decks are sets of oracle cards based on Futhark runes and runic system.
Similar style art to Haindl's Tarot deck, but this one utilises the runic system. The Haindl Rune Oracle cards would be a good introduction to the interpretation of runes, using Haindl's dark, attractive artwork.
Legend of the Northern Journey: Rune Cards are a Russian-published set of 25 rune cards. The 24 Elder Futhark runes are illustrated with scenes corresponding to each rune, and there is one blank card to represent the modern addition of the blank rune.
The 25 large cards of the Power of the Runes deck each illustrate a rune through a scene of old Norse life, drawn in a storybook style and surrounded by a knotwork border.
The Futhark system of runes has been transferred to a deck format, with illustrated artwork incorporating the appropriate runic symbol on each of these 25 Rune Cards from Ralph Blum.
The Rune Cards set has 30 finely drawn pen-and-ink drawings that visually illustrate the concepts of the Anglo-Saxon runes, which are quite different from the older Furthark runes.
The Runic Tarot has 24 major arcana linked with the runes of Celtic mythology, while the four suits represent the seasons. Created by Caroline Smith and John Astrop, who also created the Elemental Tarot.
The Sea Symbols deck has 36 cards featuring the Janarric Runes, symbols created by coastal Italian witches for spell casting and oceanic magick. The deck is designed to discover deep personal insight, and be a practical guide for learning this particular symbology of manifesting magick.
Another set of rune cards, The Golden Rune was published in an edition of 3000 copies in the year 2000. Though Russian-published, the plainly illustrated cards have the name of the rune written in English at the top.
Traditional Germanic runic symbols have been expanded into cards illustrating the key themes of each of the 25 runes. The artwork in the Witches Runes cards is detailed, colourful, and hand-drawn, using Celtic and Teutonic imagery from the Old Northern European world.