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The Coin Of The widow’s Mite In A Silver Frame

$ 29.95

 The Widow’s Mite In A Silver Pendant 

New Testament Coin from Jesus’ Time

Material: Bronze

Denomination: Prutah

Ruler: Alexander Jannaeus

Date: 95-76 B.C.

Mint: Jerusalem

This small bronze coin was made famous in Jesus’ parable of the Widow’s Offering (Mark 12, Luke 21). In this story, the widow gives an offering of only two small coins, worth only a fraction of a penny, yet Jesus valued her offering greater than all the others because she gave everything she had. This coin was first minted by Alexander Jannaeus (76-103 B.C.), and was mass-produced in Jerusalem. The front contains a star design with the paleo-Hebrew characters of Jehonatan (Alexander Jannaeus’ Hebrew name) between the rays. The back contains an anchor as a symbol of naval strength after conquering the philistine coastal cities with the Greek inscription reading, “King Alexander.” These small coins were in circulation for a long duration, and were used as the small change in the first century A.D. It is the smallest coin in use during Jesus’ time, and is therefore known as the “Widow’s Mite” from this New Testament parable. Although this coin is small and unimpressive, it is a constant reminder of Jesus’ message that God values the heart and sacrifice of a person, not the outward standards of people.

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Clay Reproduction Clay Oil Lamp

$ 10.00 $ 7.00

Exact Clay Replica oil lamp based on the design from the first century A.D. Roman oil lamps

Includes a wick

Can be used either as an oil lamp (can use any type of cooking oil), or as a candle holder.

 

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Christmas Olive Carving wood Figure

$ 39.95

Christmas Olive Carving wood Figure

Christmas special decoration and gifts from bethlehem hand made out of olive wood

Small, finely detailed olive wood figure of the holy family

 

Christmas gift

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Byzantine Coin with Image of Jesus 6th Century

$ 539.95

Byzantine Coin with Image of Jesus 6th century discovered in Jerusalem

in a silver frame unique pendant and a good emblem gift

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Jewish Revolt Bronze Coin in A Pendant

$ 3,940.00

Simon Bar Kochba the leader Coin

Only One Pendant limited

simon Bar Kochba the leader of the second Jewish revolt bronze coin in a hand made 14k Gold setting in Jerusalem

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Jerusalem Cross Pendant with Roman Glass

$ 89.95

Jerusalem Cross Pendant with Roman Glass

Silver Pendant of the Jerusalem cross with a chart of ancient glass from the Roman period

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The Widow’s Mite In A Gold Setting

$ 419.95

 The Widow’s Mite Coin In A Gold Round Pendant 

New Testament Coin from Jesus’ Time

Material: Bronze

Denomination: Prutah

Ruler: Alexander Jannaeus

Date: 95-76 B.C.

Mint: Jerusalem

This small bronze coin was made famous in Jesus’ parable of the Widow’s Offering (Mark 12, Luke 21). In this story, the widow gives an offering of only two small coins, worth only a fraction of a penny, yet Jesus valued her offering greater than all the others because she gave everything she had. This coin was first minted by Alexander Jannaeus (76-103 B.C.), and was mass-produced in Jerusalem. The front contains a star design with the paleo-Hebrew characters of Jehonatan (Alexander Jannaeus’ Hebrew name) between the rays. The back contains an anchor as a symbol of naval strength after conquering the philistine coastal cities with the Greek inscription reading, “King Alexander.” These small coins were in circulation for a long duration, and were used as the small change in the first century A.D. It is the smallest coin in use during Jesus’ time, and is therefore known as the “Widow’s Mite” from this New Testament parable. Although this coin is small and unimpressive, it is a constant reminder of Jesus’ message that God values the heart and sacrifice of a person, not the outward standards of people.

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Widow’s Mite

$ 49.95

Authentic coin of the widow’s mite (mentioned in Luke 21) in a decorated sterling silver 925 frame

The coin of the widow’s mite is a small bronze coin first minted by the Hasmonean ruler, Alexander Jannaeus (103-76 B.C.). This coin was reused as the small change during the time of Jesus, and is the coin that illustrates Jesus parable of the widow’s offering in Luke 21.

Comes with a certificate of authenticity and all required documents for export approval

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