Ten gold coins are arranged on latticework with a Bacchus mask in the middle. The design imprinted on the coins mimics the design on the Ace of Coins card. The arrangement is in the shape of the Tree of Life found in Kabbalah. In Judaism, the Tree of Life was a symbol of the life-giving source that sustains and nourishes all. The grape vines and mask indicate not just sustenance, but an abundance of resources. The wooden kegs have had their bungs (cork-like plugs) removed and are obviously empty. I am reminded of the phrase "tapped out," meaning something has been depleted or used up. This expression also refers to wrestlers who "tap out" when they want to quit the match. The Ten of Coins is an end that leads to a new beginning (Ace). The person who has accumulated and created so much is now ready to move on to other things. It doesn't mean they have lost their drive and are ready to sit in a rocking chair, but they are ready to explore new avenues. As an example, a recently retired person might go back to school to learn how to write or paint. This is also a legacy card; there has been a trail blazed up to this point, but now the torch is being passed. Will those who receive the torch keep it burning, or being self-centered, not worry about it burning out?