Rider Waite (Pamela Colman Smith 1909): Ten 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 Tens typically concern an extreme abundance, which can be positive or negative, such as an abundance of riches or friendships, or an overburdening of work, or pressure and commitment, or even an absolute destruction.
Wealth. Inheritance. Family. Establishment. Retirement.
It is often associated with family matters, financial matters or a mix of the two. It may be associated with affluences and riches. It may reflect an abundant working environment.
Reversed Meaning: Financial failure. Loneliness. Loss.
This card can be a warning against hubris in financial matters. Assuming you are secure when you are not can result in financial loss.