ACE OF PENTACLES | Vintage Hand-Screened Blacklight Poster

$ 175.00 

  • ACE OF PENTACLES | Vintage Hand-Screened Blacklight Poster
  • ACE OF PENTACLES | Vintage Hand-Screened Blacklight Poster
  • ACE OF PENTACLES | Vintage Hand-Screened Blacklight Poster

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This vintage Ace Of Pentacles silkscreened blacklight poster was created in 1969 by Pro-Arts in Kent, Oh. The image was taken from the classic Rider-Waite tarot deck originally released in 1910 with illustrations by Pamela Cole Smith. It's condition is a bit rough with some surface cracks and kinks in the paper. Personally we embrace the defects/injuries that work like this has incurred over their lifetime and consider them a patina of sorts.

16 x 21.75"

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The Ace Of Pentacles or Ace Of Coins is depicted as a hand holding a Pentacle or a coin with a 5 pointed star on it, coming out of a cloud. There is a lush garden behind, suggesting plenty. It can also be seen as the Garden of Eden. Outside the garden can be seen two mountain peaks, suggesting the right and left pillars of the Qabalah. Both lead to higher amounts of wealth. The flowers in the garden are white- symbolizing innocence, perhaps innocent relationships such as the friendship shared by Adam and Eve before the fall. One of the flowers is in the shape of a cross, possibly representing self-sacrifice. This sacrifice could be as simple as suffering a natural death, as self-sacrifice is the only way into heaven. As with all the Aces, the Ace of Pentacles symbolizes a beginning and something new coming being offered. This will often be a new source of money coming to someone. It is usually extra regular money of some description. It can indicate new opportunities leading to increased prosperity. The card indicates a change for the better financially, or at least, the opportunities are there to improve your financial situation. You will probably have to take some action in order to take advantage of this new flow of money. It can also point to improved cash flow through better money management.