Queen of Swords Tarot Card Meaning and Art Ercole I d'Este Tarot Deck Fragment
About the Deck
One of the earliest extant Tarot Decks, this deck features heraldic emblems of Ercole I d'Este and his wife, Leonora of Aragon.
Italy, c. 1473
According to Many Schools of Thought
A dark wicked woman. A gossip. A calumniator. Jealous.
A bad woman, with ill-will towards the Querent.
Happiness throughout life in every way.
Widowhood, Loss, Privation, Absence, Separation
A Bad Woman, ill-tempered and bigoted, Riches and Discord, Abundance together with Worry, Joy with Grief.
Widow, a very dark woman
an intriguing, spiteful woman.
if you choose the number you dream of, you will win the highest prize; but you must venture but once, or fortune will forsake you forever.