King of Pentacles is the patriarch of the Court of Pentacles; and as such, he not only represents abundance and wealth; but also stands for authority and control over them; providing for a sense of security.
Queen of Pentacles is the matriarch of the Court of Pentacles; as such it stands for a down-to-earth, practical stage in the manifestation of material aspirations.
Knight of Pentacles represent the efficiency and methodicalness in the manifestation of material processes; as such it might stand for a well-established routine or fiscal conservatism.
Page of Pentacles, being the youngest of the Court of Pentacles, represent new opportunities on the material plane, such as new business ideas, financial opportunities or a new job.
Ten of Pentacles is the successful manifestation of material processes, and at the stage it represents; there are security, wealth, and establishment.
Nine of Pentacles denotes the near completion stage of the material processes, as such; it represents culmination and self-sufficiency.
Eight of Pentacles represents working hard, showing diligence to the extent of being painstaking; increasing knowledge and consequently producing steady results.
Seven of Pentacles is the card of investment and vision; imaging the rewards of persevering hard work.
Six of Pentacles; standing for a harmonious stage of the material processes; depicts the dynamic congruity created by sharing the material wealth and having enough abundance to give some to the others.
Five of Pentacles; being the halfway on the manifestation of material processes; depicts loss, poverty and insecurity.