Mother Shipton's Old-Fashioned Advice with Grimaud Old-Fashioned Playing Cards. Digital Playing Cards with French suits, and the advice from an old fortune telling book. Both were printed in 1890.
Grimaud & Shipton, 1890.
Shows a woman of a very fair complexion, or of great beauty, her temper rather fiery, verging on the termagant, one who will not make an obedient wife, nor one who will be very happy in her own reflections.
A fair woman. The loved one. The mistress of a house.
Sometimes denotes a woman of equivocal character.
A rich marriage for a man and a distinguished one for a woman.
An excursion. A journey. A prevented visit Delayed journey.
A fair Woman, Success, Happiness, Advantage, Pleasure
A Woman in good position, but intermeddling, and to be distrusted; Success, but with some attendant trouble.
Fair, good-natured woman
she has had an unhappy love affair.
the lady is loved; quiet love; the person will obtain a rich wife; betrothal; marriage; the lady will consent.