Add historical significance to your collection with two bronze biblical coins. Both were hand struck over 2,000 years ago and were in use during the time of Jesus’ life. You’ll enjoy:
- 135-37 B.C. Bronze “Widow’s Mite” – once the smallest coins in Jerusalem. In a parable (Mark 12:41-44), Jesus told of rich men casting money into the Temple treasury, while a poor widow gave her only two “Mites” – a true gift from the heart.
- A.D. 9-12 Marcus Ambibulus Bronze Prutah – issued under the predecessor of Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judaea who was responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus. The obverse features an ear of barley with the Greek inscription kaicapoc (Caesar), while a palm tree bearing two bunches of dates adorns the reverse.
- Product Type: Sets
- Biblical: See Biblical Coins