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Each of the inspiring medals in this series artistically represents one of the Ten Commandments. Your collection will arrive in a beautiful wooden box with original packaging from the Holy Land Mint. These coins are not sold separately.
Limited Worldwide mintage of only 10,000. A great addition to any collection, order your set today.
Remind yourself of what is truly important in life with this beautiful Ten Commandments Gold Medal Series with wooden display reminiscent of the two stone tablets.
This set reflects the laws passed down in chapter 19 of the book of Exodus in the Old Testament. Moses, after leading the Israelites out of Egypt, was entrusted with two stone tablets listing the 10 commandments of God.
These same laws are reflected in each gold medal:
“I am the Lord thy God, Who have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”
This medal features an abstract design representing the oneness of God. The image is similar to the Pillar of Fire, a reminder of the way God led the people of Israel out of bondage with a Pillar of Fire and a Pillar of Cloud. The inscription reads “I AM THE LORD THY GOD (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Thou shalt have no other gods before Me. Thou shalt not make for thyself a graven image…”
As a reminder against worshipping false idols, the Second Commandment medals depicts a broken golden calf, which the people created while waiting for Moses to come down from Mount Sinai. The broken halves are depicted through the use of a shiny and a frosted finish. It reads “THOU SHALT HAVE NO GODS BEFORE ME (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain.”
A right hand rests on a Bible, a symbol of a true oath. The rim reads “THOU SHALT NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD THY GOD IN VAIN (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it holy…”
The two candles in this medal symbolize the candles Jews light before sunset on Friday, on the onset of their Sabbath, Saturday. The rim reads “REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Honor thy father and thy mother.”
A son kneels before silhouettes of his father and mother, holding a rose, in honor and obedience. The rim is inscribed with “HONOR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Thou shalt not murder.”
An olive branch, symbolizing peace, breaks a sword, representing death, in the sixth medal. The rim reads “THOU SHALT NOT MURDER (Exodus, 20)” in English and Hebrew.
“Thou shalt not commit adultery.”
To represent the Seventh Commandment, a woven nest is depicted with two interlocking rings forming a heart symbol. The nest and the rings represent a happy home. The rim, in Hebrew and English, reads “THOU SHALT NOT COMMIT ADULTERY (Exodus, 20).”
“Thou shalt not steal.”
Symbolizing the halting of theft, a hand reaching for an apple is guided gently away by another on the Eighth Commandment medal. The rim is inscribed with “THOU SHALT NOT STEAL (Exodus, 20)” in Hebrew and English.
“Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.”
To symbolize absolute truth, the scales of justice hang perfectly level on the ninth medal. “THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST THY NEIGHBOR (Exodus, 20)” is inscribed in Hebrew and English around the rim.
“Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife…”
The admonition against covetousness is marked by the double image of a man opening the door of a neighbor’s home and an overflowing treasure chest. The rim reads “THOU SHALT NOT COVET (Exodus, 20)” in both English and Hebrew.
The reverse of each medal includes the two tablets, the mark from the Holy Land Mint, and the label 10 COMMANDMENTS. The bottom rim reads 1/25 oz fine gold .9999.
These medals are only available in this set, with a maximum mintage of 10,000 sets. The total weight of the medals is 12.44 grams. Each medal is composed of .9999 pure gold and has a diameter of 13.92 mm. The set of 10 comes in a deluxe presentation box with a unique serial number.
Buy your Ten Commandments Gold Medal Series today and add these profound and beautiful gold medals to your home.
|Composition||.9999 Fine Gold|
|Mint||Holy Land Mint|