Le Monde Primitif' - the 22 Major Arcana and 4 Aces from Court de Gébelin's chapter on Tarot, found in his infamous tome: The Primitive World, Analyzed and Compared to the Modern World. The art itself seems unsophisticated perhaps, but his influence over the popularity and direction of Tarot makes it worthwhile having in a Tarot collection, for study and contemplation.
Court de Gébelin discussed each Major Arcana in his writing, including the Fool. He asserted that the Hanged Man should be right-side up, since he really 'depicted the virtue Prudence' (see this XII image posted below). He claimed that the Chariot pictured the Egyptian god Osiris, that Judgment actually depicted the creation of the world, and that the World card symbolized Time. He was the one to place the Fool at the front of the pack instead of where he'd resided before, (behind the Trumps). Court de Gébelin also presented rules or guidelines for working with the Tarot.
This deck published in-house by Morena Poltronieri & Ernesto Fazioli of Museo dei Tarocchi, in February 2021, comes in a sturdy cardboard box with the Fool card fastened on top, brandished with the museum's hot wax seal. The cards are printed on textured, matte art stock and the titles are written in French and have traditional Roman numerals.