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Each 2014 dated Holy Land Mint round is composed of 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver bullion and arrives in new condition.
Single rounds arrive in plastic with multiples of 20 rounds arriving in a plastic sheet.
Jerusalem is one of the world’s oldest cities. From Biblical tradition noting it was established in the 1st millenium BCE to be the capital of the Kingdom of Israel, to present day conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians, its history has been well-documented.
Match your portfolio with the storied tradition of the holy city with this Jerusalem 1 oz Silver coin from The Holy Land Mint. Each piece contains 1 oz of .999 fine silver and is available now at Provident Metals.
The obverse is designed with a collage of the city encircling the word JERUSALEM in Hebrew and English on a black background.
A Holy Land Mint logo is centered on the reverse and surrounded by inscriptions of CITY OF PEACE, ONE TROY OUNCE, 999 FINE SILVER and 2014.
Judaism, Islam and Christianity are three religions that consider Jerusalem holy. It is claimed as a capital to both the Israelis and Palestinians.
Throughout time, Jerusalem has been attacked on 52 occasions, recaptured 44 times and destroyed twice. In the 4th millenium BCE, the city’s oldest part was settled, and in 1538, Suleiman the Magnificent had walls built around the city.
That area is now known as Old City. In 1981, it was recognized as a World Heritage Site and is also listed as a World Heritage in Danger.
Order your Jerusalem 1 oz Silver coin from Provident Metals. Just use our online purchasing system and secure your historic coin today.
|Silver Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.999 Fine Silver|
|Mint||Holy Land Mint|