The "Jewish Holidays" coin series has collected some popular Jewish holidays. On our website, you can find ten different silver coins in this collection. The coins from this series are unusual in themselves and are also a tremendous thematic gift for holidays of the year.
This coin is about the holiday of Shavuot. This holiday is also called the Holiday of Torah Giving or the Holiday of First Fruits, and there are several other options for the name of this holiday. The history starts on the 50th day after the exodus from Egypt when God gave the Jews the Torah. At that moment, the Jewish people promised to follow all the commandments and spread their knowledge throughout the earth.
The majority of such holidays are timed not only to an event but also to natural cycles. Thus, Shavuot marks the beginning of a new season in a year when some agricultural work ends, and others begin. Traditionally, this holiday coincides with the harvest of wheat, from which people bake caravans take them to the Temple. That is why you can see the image of wheat spikelets against the background of the Walking Liberty.
The coin is made in yellow and blue shades. The collectible silver coin combines gilding and colorful coating. As a decor on the coin, there is a blue stone with a crystal, and together they form a protective amulet Hamsa.
In the collection of coins dedicated to Jewish holidays, you will find nine more silver quarters for different important dates. All of them are professionally made of 9999 silver and have the certificates as well as a storage case.
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Easy to order, fast delivery as usualReview by Paige (Posted on July 07, 2020)
I have been buying silver from UC-coins for a few years now. I used to buy via e-bay, but now I'm very happy to buy coins on the new website. It's very easy, convenient and fast.
I highly recommend these collectionReview by Journee (Posted on July 07, 2020)
The photos here are an injustice toward the true beauty of these collectible coins. I've got a whole collection of this and I highly recommend it.