Holy Land & Biblical-Period Coins for Sale
Widow's Mites
Alexander Jannaeus, 103-76 BC. Anchor / wheel
, Greek and Hebrew inscriptions. Circulated during the time of Christ. Referred-to in the Gospel of Luke 21:1-4.

Pontius Pilate
Prefect (governor) of Judaea from 26 to 36 AD. Presided over the trial of Jesus Christ and ordered his crucifixion.

Coins of the Three Wise Men!
The Three Kings of the Bible.
King Azes II, 35 BC - 5 AD

Herod the Great
Herod "the Great" (37 - 4 BC) is known for his initiating of the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem, and is referred to in great detail in the New Testament.

Tribute Penny of the Bible
Silver denarius of Roman emperor Tiberius (14-37 AD). Matthew 22:20-21--Jesus, referring to a "penny" asked, "Whose is this image and superscription?` When told it was Caesar, He said, ''Render therefore unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's and unto God the things that are God's."

Jewish coins from the revolt against Rome, 66 - 70 AD. Time of Josephus and the standoff at Masada.

The First Jewish Coins!
Hasmonean Kings of Judaea, 135 - 104 BC

Biblical Coin Jewelery

Constantine I the Great first Christian emperor of Rome

Coins of the Three Wise Men!
The Three Kings mentioned in the Bible.
King Aretas IV of Nabataea, 9 BC - 40 AD.

New Testament-period Coins of the Roman Procurators of Judaea.

"Manus Dei", The Hand of God. Struck after the death of Constantine depicting the Hand of God reaching down to bring him into heaven. The first time any Judao-Christian deity was ever depicted on a coin!

Ancient Aramaic Graffiti!
Athens, Attica, Ancient Greece, c. 454-404 BC. Large silver Tetradrachm, hand-scrawled Aramaic writing on the front! Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent to left; ΑΘΕ, all within incuse square. 22.5mm, 17.03 g. ref: Kroll 8; HGC 4, 1597 for type. Ancient bankers' countermarks and test cuts. Aramaic graffiti on obverse! So rare with Aramaic script like this. Ex CNG. #CG2689: $1500

"Star of Bethlehem" - An Incredibly Fine Example!
Roman Provincial, under emperor Augustus. Autonomous bronze coin struck Actian Year 44 (13/14 AD) at Antioch, Syria, under Quintus Caecilius Metellus Creticus Silanus as Governor of Syria. Laureate head of Zeus right / Ram running right, looking back, star above, Date DM below; ANTIOX-E-WN MHTPO-POLEWS. 20mm, 7.67 g. ref: McAlee 99; RPC I 4269 for type. Struck at Antioch, which was one of the centers of early Christianity, and the ram symbolized Judaea and its posture symbolized regnal divinity. Orangish earthen dark green patina. VF. From the Thomas B. Lesure Collection. Ex Ponterio 108 (1 August 2000), lot 213; Ex Classical Numismatic Group (CNG). #CR3269: $450

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Nice Shekel of Tyre, famous Biblical
"30 Pieces of Silver" of Judas.
Phoenicia, Tyre. Silver Shekel. Dated Year 96 = 31-30 BC. Rare date written in Phoenician! Laureate head of Melkart right / TYPOY IEPAS KAI ASULOU, Eagle standing left on prow, date in Phoenician above club in left field, monogram in right field, Phoenician letter beth between eagle’s legs. Vertical club to left of eagle's feet. ref: BMC 180v. Excellent portrait, light scratch at 10:00 on obverse, small vertical scuff on eagle's chest. 29 mm, 13.27 g. Nice! #4993-GV0728: $975.00

King Herod Agrippa II, 66-67 AD
Bronze prutah. Umbrella-like canopy with fringe, AGRIPA BACILEWC / Three ears of barley, L / S to left & rt. Herod Agrippa II was appointed king of Chalcis by Claudius of Rome, and was responsible for the trial of St. Paul in 60 AD.

The Star Of Bethlehem Coin!
Antioch, Syria. Seleukis ad Pieria. Time of Roman emperor Hadrian, 117-138 AD. Bronze AE18, dated year 177 of the Caesarian Era (128/9 AD). Turreted, veiled, and draped bust of Fortuna right / Ram leaping right, head left; star within crescent and A above, ЄT ZOP (date) below. 18mm, 4.89 g. ref: RPC III 3732; McAlee 125c; BMC 102; SNG Copenhagen 117. ex-Nick Jamgochian collection, Glendale, CA, formed in t
he 1920’s-1950’s. #CG2486: $250 SOLD