A Bronze Coin of Masada, the First Jewish Revolt, Set in an 18k Gold Pendent
This is one of our finest coins in our collection of imprints from the first Jewish Revolt, from approximately 66 AD – 73 AD. This coin clearly shows the ancient Paleo-Hebraic inscriptions on either side, as well as the rebellion’s symbols of an amphora on the obverse and a large leafy lulav on the reverse.
The clarity of this coin is enriched by the fine metalwork of a local jeweler, using only the finest 18k gold to respect and encapsulate the history of this ancient piece. The coin is in excellent condition and dates from approximately 67 AD.