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 Judaea. Roman Procurators. Valerius Gratus Prutah $55.00 
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Attribution: Hendin⁵ 1333
Date: 15/16 AD
Obverse: IOY ΛIA, in wreath
Reverse: Palm branch flanked by date LB
Size: 16.45mm
Weight: 1.81 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: good Fine+

 Genuine Widow's Mite of the Bible $12.00 
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Attribution: Hendin 1153
Date: 103-76 BC
Obverse: Star of eight rays
Reverse: Anchor
Size: 13.47mm
Weight: 0.91 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: A genuine 2000+ year old Jewish bronze coin of the type used by Jesus as an illustration of the way God looks at giving as recorded in the gospels of Luke and Mark chapters 21 and 12 respectivly. Jesus observed a very poor widow placing two of these tiny coins into the temple treasury and said that she actually gave MORE than all of the other givers combined. The rich people poured in vast amounts of wealth to be seen and applauded my observers. Jesus stated that while the rich gave only a tiny portion from their vast wealth she gave all she had to live on and trusted God for her provision. Jesus was teaching that God measures giving not by the amount but by the intentions.

 Macrinus. Seleucis and Pieria. Emesa BI Tetradrachm / Shamash $285.00 
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Attribution: Prieur 1004
Date: 217-218 AD
Obverse: Laureate head of Macrinus right
Reverse: Eagle standing facing with spread wings, head left, holding wreath in beak; between legs, radiate draped bust of Shamash left
Size: 25.69 mm
Weight: 13.79 grams
Rarity: 7
Description: VF

 Islamic. Artuquids of Mardin. Nasir al-Din Artuq Arslan Copper Dirham / Centaur $35.00 
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Attribution: BMC 429-431
Date: AH 597-637 / 1200-1239 AD
Obverse: Crowned centaur right, holding bow which he aims at dragon's head on end of tail
Reverse: Legend in four lines
Size: 27.89 mm
Weight: 9.4 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: Fine

 Genuine Widow's Mite of the Bible $38.00 
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Attribution: Hendin 1153
Date: 103-76 BC
Obverse: Star of eight rays
Reverse: Anchor
Size: 13.26mm
Weight: .73 grams
Rarity: 5
Description: A genuine 2000+ year old Jewish bronze coin of the type used by Jesus as an illustration of the way God looks at giving as recorded in the gospels of Luke and Mark chapters 21 and 12 respectivly. Jesus observed a very poor widow placing two of these tiny coins into the temple treasury and said that she actually gave MORE than all of the other givers combined. The rich people poured in vast amounts of wealth to be seen and applauded my observers. Jesus stated that while the rich gave only a tiny portion from their vast wealth she gave all she had to live on and trusted God for her provision. Jesus was teaching that God measures giving not by the amount but by the intentions.


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