The six of pentacles is the sixth card in the pentacles suit, which is the second of the four minor arcana suits in tarot reading. The Rider-Waite deck pictures the six of pentacles with several very distinct images. It shows a man in nice robes standing in the center. Around the man are two beggars who are on their knees looking up at him. In one hand he has several bits of gold, which he is dispensing into the hands of one of the beggars. In the other hand, he has a scale in which he is weighing the sampling of gold to dispense to the next beggar.
The seven of pentacles is the seventh card in the second suit of all of the minor arcana in tarot. The number on the card is a 7. In the Rider-Waite deck, the drawing of the seven of pentacles is seen as a man leaning onto a farming tool in the midst of a field. He seems to be farming a plant, which several different yellow coins emblazoned with pentacles are attached to. On the ground can be seen several leaves as well as one pentacle showing that the progress that he has made is slow going.
The eight of pentacles is the eighth card in the suit of pentacles. The suit of pentacles is the second suit of the four suits that make up the minor arcana in tarot. The card is marked with a number 8. In the traditional and well accepted Rider-Waite drawing, the card pictures a young man working. There are eight pentacles all together pictured in the drawing. Six of them are lined up on the wall like trophies, and one lies on the ground as if it is the next to be worked on. The last one is in the hands of the youth, and he is using a metal tool to etch the pentacle symbol onto the gold coin.
The nine of pentacles is the ninth card in the pentacle suit of tarot and is numbered with a 9. The suit of pentacles is the second suit out of four suits that make up the gamut of the minor arcana. In the picture shown on the Rider-Waite deck, there is a woman dressed in very fancy and costly robes in the middle of the card. Due to the foliage around her she seems to be in some sort of private garden. Pentacles grow in abundance from all of the plants around her. She has a rubber glove on, with which she is holding a rare bird with sophisticated plumage.
The ten of pentacles is the tenth card in the pentacle suit in the game of tarot. The pentacle suit is the second suit of four that make up the minor arcana. The ten of pentacles is marked with a number 10. The Rider-Waite depiction of the ten of pentacles card is very interesting. It seems to feature a scene taking place below a bridge. In the background is a lively cityscape. In the forefront of the drawing is a nobleman who looks to the right, horizontally. A man faces towards the city while a woman stares outward, facing the onlooker. Ten pentacles populate the entire screen.
The page of pentacles is the 11th card in the pentacles suit in tarot. The pentacles suit is the second of four suits in the gamut that makes up the minor arcana. Rider-Waite is the most trusted deck for tarot interpretations and the Rider-Waite deck depicts the image on this card as that of a young man. The young man stands in a field with farmland in the background. It seems to be windswept because his scarf seems to be pulling from the force of the wind. He is holding a gold coin with a pentacle on it as if displaying it to the world.
The knight of pentacles is the 12th card in the pentacle suit. The pentacle suit is the second suit of four suits in tarot. These four suits make up the minor arcana in a game of tarot, thus making the knight of pentacles one of the minor arcana. Unlike the depiction in the Rider-Waite version of the knight of wands where the knight seems to be vigorously running his horse ragged trying to reach his goal, the knight depicted on the Rider-Waite version of the knight of pentacles is shown to be sitting on a black horse, leisurely holding onto a single pentacle coin and staring off into the sunset.