Holy Land Mint (Gold Bars & Rounds)
Holy Land Mint - The Holy Land Mint is known for producing unique and beautiful Gold bullion products, and these Dove of Peace Gold bars are no exception. These Gold bars are attractive in every way, depicting a dove of peace in flight over the skyline of Jerusalem, which means "City of Peace" in Hebrew.
The symbol of the dove has a long history, beginning with the story of Noah's Ark in which a dove returned with an olive branch signaling the flood had ended (Genesis 8:11), leaving a better world for humanity. The dove appears in ancient Roman catacombs depicted together with the word "Peace." In the New Testament, the dove represents the peace of Jesus. With modern-day use in situations of conflict and peace movements, the dove is a universal symbol of peace and a fitting subject for the Holy Land Mint's first Gold bar.
These Dove of Peace Gold bars are struck with The Holy Land Mint's name and logo with weight, purity and the limited-edition serial number below. Each of these .9999-fine Gold bars has a limited mintage, so get yours today! APMEX makes it easy to buy Gold by offering competitive Gold prices on all Gold bullion bars.
To view available Dove of Peace Gold bars from The Holy Land Mint or to get Gold prices, click on the image representing the Gold bars of your interest:
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