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Coins of the Bible, Set One

#801694
$10.00

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Minted from originals, these accurate looking and maybe more important, feeling, coins are as close as you can get to trading the actual currency from eras gone by. All coins are solid cast metal with accurate patina, thickness and weight. Perfect for teachers, re-enactors and collectors. Made in the USA. Coins of the Bible Set One covers 37 B.C.–37 A.D. and includes Herod The Great, Shekel of Tyre, Herod Antipas, Stater of Antioch, Widow’s Mite and Tribute Penny Tiberius.

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