Four of Coins
crowned, robed figure sits in front of a walled city. He holds
one coin and another three sit at his feet. A basket is beside
him, and in the background some mounted ladies meet at a gate.
He holds a book open on his lap.
if by magic.
is a card of wealth, or at least a windfall - but be suspicious
of materialism. Monetary gain at the expense of others may lead
to emotional bankruptcy, and inheritance often involves the
loss of a loved one. Greed or shortsightedness may mean a loss
of all gained - so take care not to lose sight of that which
is truly important.
Financial misfortune, failure when tested)
my interpretation of this card is too negative because of my
own distrust of materialism - I should consider a more traditionally
positive interpretation of the materialist meaning of this card.
The pic at least is quite happy :^)
the way is it just me, or does that character look just like
Queen Elizabeth II?
changed images from my v1.0 version
to suit Rider Waite readers more.