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Re: Advice regarding deleted images on Commons (tarot deck)

Ok go here for research


On Sat, Apr 13, 2013 at 4:41 PM, roucaries bastien
<roucaries.bastien+debian@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Apr 7, 2013 at 11:57 AM, Goffi <goffi@goffi.org> wrote:
>> Le 06/04/2013 23:45, John Vandenberg a écrit :
>>> [SNIP]
>>> Do the copyright check yourself.  Do you know of an online resource that
>>> shows a Piatnik deck with a rough publishing date, so they can be used for
>>> comparison?
>>> You might find a close substitute desks in the following collection.
>>> CC:ing pysolffc project maintainer and contributor as xe may know the
>>> copyright status of the desk you are interested in.
>>> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/precise/+source/pysolfc-cardsets/+copyright
>> Hi John,
>> I'm Jérôme Poisson, the author of the "Salut à Toi" project.
>> We have spent a couple of hours looking for alternative decks (either the
>> resolution is too low - that's the case for pysolffc -, either the deck is
>> too ugly or we are not sure about the copyright), and for proof that the
>> Piatnik deck is in public domain. We are sure it's a Piatnik deck (we can
>> compare the 10 and the 20 of trumpt on this page:
>> https://sites.google.com/site/tacticclub/Home/introduction/l-histoire-du-tarot
>> or we can see several copies of randoms cards on the web), but we haven't
>> found any creation date of the deck, so we are not 100 % sure and can't
>> proof that the deck was indeed made by Ferdinand Piatnik (which died in
>> 1885), even if there is a high probability that this is the case. That's
>> pity, this deck is beautiful and the resolution is quite high.
> Ask to the BNF an acess right to their own tarot desk and do ca comparaison.
> Thomas if you are still under the public french system of research you
> could do easilly. Pay the fee to the BNF (asking to your thesis
> advisor the letter), and ask for seeing the document.
> I have see this game at a temporary exposition long time ago at the
> BNF, and by memory it is in their collection.
> I do not know if gallica allow to search under the estampe. You should
> ask to the desk.
> Bastien
>> For the record, the deck is this one:
>> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:20071103100945!Tarotcards.jpg
>> Thanks for your help
>> Jérôme Poisson
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