The meaning of coins in dream | Dream Interpretation
A small amount to money; research individual coin for clarity
To see gold coins in your dream represents success and wealth. Silver coins represent spirituality, values, and your self-esteem. Coins in dreams can also suggest missed opportunities. Also see “Dime”, “Nickel”, “Penny” and “Quarter.”
To dream of money in the shape of Coins, is on the whole favourable. But the more important the coin, the less fortunate the dream. Copper coins are more favourable than silver, while gold is often considered a bad omen, as is the case with paper money.
Dreaming of dull silver coins forebodes an unhappy day ahead. Gold coins augur a prosperous time plus the opportunity to travel. Copper coins mean heavy responsibilities. Bright silver coins predict prosperity. See Money.
To dream of gold, denotes great prosperity and much pleasure derived from sight-seeing and ocean voyages. Silver coin is unlucky to dream about. Dissensions will arise in the most orderly families.
For a maiden to dream that her lover gives her a silver coin, signifies she will be jilted by him. Copper coins, denotes despair and physical burdens. Nickel coins, imply that work of the lowest nature will devolve upon you.
If silver coins are your ideal of money, and they are bright and clean, or seen distinctly in your possession, the dream will be a propitious one.
If a silver coin is given to a single person, the indication is that an engagement will be broken; while a gold coin signifies distress through the introduction of a rival.
Dreams about coins are most lucky if the coins are copper, Next in order are gold coins, with silver last.
(see Bank / Banking, Circle, Gold, Silver)
In the Tarot, the emblem of earthly concerns—e.g., money, jobs, possessions.
An alternative circle symbol due to their shape.
Improved luck or finances. Found pennies, and coins with the date of your birth are tokens of good fortune. Similarly, in Old Europe turning a pocketed coin by the light of a crescent moon or burying a silver coin beneath your doorstep encourages fortuity and prosperity.
A positive change in the weather (literal or figurative). When sailing ships were a predominant mode of transportation, found coins would be tossed on deck or imbedded in the masthead to ensure fair weather and good winds.
Spiritual protection and well-being. Ancient Egyptians placed coins on a mummy’s eyes so that the deceased could pay the ferryman and move safely into the next life.
Each coin may have more than one connotation.
For example, pennies are luck)’, but in modern society they are also regarded as somewhat worthless. So, a dirty old penny bearing the year of your birth being passed by in your dream could expose poor self- images, for example.
Flipping coins: Choices to make, or the interaction of fate and “chance” in your life.