This so-called "Original Rider Waite Tarot" not only has a very bad image quality, it is also neither a re-edition of the original of 1909 (Pam-A) nor its photographic reproduction (Pam-D), but of an inferior re-drawing (Pam-B/C) from the 20's.
Apart from many other details (like the ridiculously squinting Emperor IV), this is clearly visible e.g. in the face of the angel in VI The Lovers; in the original design of Pamela Colman Smith, the angel looks affectionately downward onto the lovers, here he/she looks rigidly and empty straightforward. Or in XIX The Sun where in the original among other things the word "LOVE" appears under to the signature of PCS which is missing in this version.
Also, here the fine shading of the colors in the original is degenerated to ugly blotches.
Unfortunately so far no really good reproduction of the original Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot is available; the deck included in Stuart Kaplan's "Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set" (ISBN-13: 978-1572816398) Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set comes closest, even though it still leaves a lot to be desired. But since the original printing plates of 1909 were destroyed during the war, the original designs of PCS as far as known are lost, and only very few original deck are in the hands of collectors, we will most likely not have anything better than the "Commemorative Set" in the foreseeable future.