Four coins of various origin are shown upon a verdant, leafy ground. In front and somewhat on top of the coins is a chest with a lock upon it.
The coins represent prosperity and the practical nature of life. Each coin comes from a different era and place on the earth, but all represent the currency that is payment for work well done and required for the purchase of necessary items as well as luxuries. The ivy in the background represents the earth, life, and growth. The chest, which is locked, is a repository for those things we hold sacred or private.
The IV of Coins stands for the gains made from hard work. It is possible to acquire and save money at this time. While it is true that a penny saved is a penny earned, be careful though that you do not lock away all of your worldly gains and possessions without forethought. A key is required to open this chest, but if you look closely you will see that there is no key present in this card. You must be sure to have the ability to open the chest as needed before your choose to lock it.
This card was created with Photoshop CS.
Keigh, also known as Debbie Hulbert, is a life-long lover of tarot of and the intuitive world. She is thrilled to participate in the making of this deck and hopes that her card will have meaning for those who choose to use it. She lives in the Pacific Northwest on a beautiful island and finds artistic inspiration everywhere she looks. She hopes to one day have the courage to create an entire tarot deck, but until then is pleased to collaborate with the wonderful artists and readers on AT.
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