Björn Meuris' Geûens-Willaert Lenormand c. 1903


*Attention* Lenormand cards will now be poker size 2 ½ inches by 3 ½ inches. My printer discontinued bridge size cards.

From Björn Meuris' private collection is the Geûens-Willaert Lenormand published c. 1903. This publisher was originally the House of Daveluy, printer of the royal court of Belgium and highly regarded for its special printing techniques. The Daveluy Lenormand was the first Belgian Lenormand deck published, circa 1850, and upon the death of its founder was acquired by Geûens-Willaert which subsequently published its own version of the Daveluy Lenormand.

In this later version of the Daveluy cards the images were re-drawn and very closely resemble the original version but there are several small details that distinguish this one from Caitlin Matthews' original Daveluy deck.

Most notably, in this deck you will find that not only are the verses in Dutch rather than French, the Ship flies 3 Belgian flags from its masts, the Letter shows the new publisher's name, and the signpost on the Roads card the points to Bruges and Ghent. The elegant court inserts are from a deck of Daveluy's own playing cards published in the mid-1800s.

This deck is poker size and is printed on premium card stock that feels wonderful in hand.

Card size: 2-1/2" x 3-1/2"

Be sure to check out the original Philippe Le Normand instruction sheet in the 'Info' column on the right side of the screen. Right click on the image and select "view image" so you can print it.


Delivery can take anywhere from 2 to 8 weeks. Please be patient.

I use a different printer for ex-USA buyers because the international postage from the US-based printer is extremely high. For international buyers the tarot size cards come in a plain tuck box and Lenormand cards come in a clear plastic box because that printer doesn't offer reasonably priced custom printed boxes. The decks come with a title card you can affix to the boxes, if desired.


To keep down the shipping costs, I send the cards via regular mail. If you want upgraded service, contact me I can let you know what the additional charge will be. If the postal system in your country is questionable, you may want to invest in registered mail which is signed for each time it passes through someone's hands and almost guaranteed that your package will arrive safely.

I have had only 2 packages go missing, and I refunded the purchase price including shipping. Since it's not my fault when a package goes missing I WILL NOT take responsibility anymore, but I also don't want to raise shipping for everyone. The 2 places where the packages went missing were India and Brazil. UPDATE: I just had one go missing in Ukraine.

I only ship Registered Mail to Russia.