Four of Swords Tarot Card Meaning and Art Ancient Tarot of Lombardy Deck
About the Deck
An elegant neoclassical tarot deck of the Lombardy pattern.
Ferdinando Gumppemberg. Milan, Italy, 1810.
According to Many Schools of Thought
A bad card, but if reversed a qualified success may be expected by wise administration of affairs.
A certain success following wise administration.
Solitude, Retreat, Abandonment, Solitary, Hermit
Economy, Precaution, Regulation of Expenditure.
there is among your circle of acquaintances some one who wishes to be united to you in marriage; consent, and you will not repent it.