Soprafino Genoves Tarot (Fratelli Armanino 1887): Knight of Coins
Coins are also referred to as pentacles and may be represented by a five pointed star in a circle, or a coin decorated with a five pointed star. They correspond to the playing card suit of Diamonds. This suit represents the element Earth, and the social class of Merchants. Coins are considered a Feminine suit. Coins typically represent material wealth and possessions, the body and health, and the environment of the questioner.
The Knights typically concern teenagers or young adults. They may represent impulsiveness, higher learning, enthusiasm, questing for experience and knowledge, change and opportunity, growth, and confidence, sometimes false confidence.
Efficiency. Routine. Conservatism. Methodical.
A Knight is generally considered the appropriate card for a teenager or young adult, most often a teenage boy or young man. It may also represent someone who is stubborn or hard-working, serious, or set in their ways. It may also refer to issues with work or home life, or a question about whether to stand one's ground on an issue.
Reversed Meaning: Laziness. Boredom. Feeling stuck.
This card can serve as advice to re-establish a work-ethic, or to find ways to make your work more interesting. It may indicate that you crave a change of lifestyle, in which case its advice is to not allow yourself to become set in your ways and move on to new ground.