Rider Waite (Pamela Colman Smith 1909): Queen 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 Queens typically concern women: mothers, sisters, or female friends. They may represent feminine sensuality, feminine instinct and intuition, female independence, freedom and intellect, and pure motherly virtues such as kindness and love.
Practical. Homely. Motherly. Down-to-earth. Security.
The Queen of Coins is sensual and earthy, she enjoys abundance in many areas of her life. A lover of luxury, she is quick to share her wealth. This card can indicate fertility or a pregnancy. Like all court cards, the Queen of Coins is commonly interpreted to refer to a person playing some role in the life of the questioner, or it may represent the questioner themselves. Queens are said to represent mother figures and adult women, or young women mature for their years - women of knowledge and wisdom. She may also be a business woman, a patron of the arts, a provider, or one that works hard for material success. She is a maternal, nurturing, down-to-earth person, who is concerned with the welfare of others, especially those she cares for.
Reversed Meaning: Imbalance in work/ family commitments.
Reversed, this Queen neglects her responsibilities, keeping up appearances regardless of her circumstances.