You will receive a 4% cash discount off our list price when you use a personal check, money order, cashiers check, or bank wire to pay for your order, and a 3% bitcoin discount off our list price when you pay for your order using Bitcoin. When you pay with your credit card or Paypal account you will receive our industry leading list price.
Orders of $99 or more ship FREE anywhere inside the domestic U.S. If your subtotal is less than $99, you’ll pay just $5.95 for shipping, still the best rate in the industry!
For more information about shipping prices and policies, please visit the Provident Metals Help Center.
Get your coin while supplies last. Limited worldwide mintage of 1,800 coins!
Honor faithfulness by owning the 2012 Daniel in the Den of Lions Silver NIS 1 from the Holy Land Mint.
This .925 sterling silver coin replicates the Biblical tale of Daniel from the Book of Daniel, Chapter 5.
Daniel was a favorite of the king and became famous for his ability to interpret dreams, leading the king to appoint him head of the wise men.
Daniel’s enemies sought to ruin him out of jealousy. The new King, Darius, was convinced to pass a law that no one except the king could pray to any god or man for 30 days. But Daniel continued his daily prayers, and the king — despite his affection for Daniel — had to follow through with his decree. As punishment, Daniel was thrown into a den of lions.
The next morning, wracked with grief, the king looked into the den. There he found Daniel, alive and unharmed. Overjoyed, the King had Daniel rescued from the den and had Daniel’s rivals thrown in instead. This time, the lions showed no mercy. Happily, Daniel continued to prosper.
The 17th in the Biblical Arts Series, this silver coin marks this famous tale. The obverse shows the face value of 1 New Sheqel, and “Israel” in Hebrew, English and Arabic. The mint year and the phrase DANIEL IN THE DEN OF LIONS is inscribed around the rim in English, Hebrew and Arabic. A roaring lion crouches at the bottom of the rim, looking up at the Israel State Emblem.
The reverse shows a peaceful Daniel, one hand reaching up to heaven as he prays to the Lord. He is flanked on either side by fierce, stylized Babylonian lions.
Each coin contains 1.244 grams of sterling silver and has a diameter of 13.92 mm. Only 5,000 were minted.
Relive this great story when you own the 2012 Daniel in the Den of Lions Silver NIS 1.
|Composition||.925 Sterling Silver|
|Mint||Holy Land Mint|