Also mistakenly known as the Gringonneur deck, but this is a misnomer. This could not have been the deck of Charles VI, because it is too late, and it is Italian in origin.
Italy c. 1500
Young dark man. An enemy. A spy.
A soldier, man of arms, satellite, stipendiary; heroic action predicted for soldier.
Dispute with an imbecile person; for a woman, struggle with a rival, who will be conquered.
A Soldier, a man whose profession is arms, Skilfulness, Capacity, Address, Promptitude
A conceited fool, Ingenuousness, Simplicity.