2011 Israel Western Wall 1 oz .9999 Gold Bullion Coin

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The "Western Wall" coin, legal tender issued by the Bank of Israel, is second in the "Jerusalem of Gold" Series. This 1 oz coin, struck in .9999-fine Gold, is crafted by the Holy Land Mint and has a face value of 20 New Sheqalim. The obverse illustrates the Western Wall, which is the last remaining part of the Second Holy Temple in Jerusalem that was destroyed by the Romans in 70 C.E. The reverse depicts a roaring lion, symbolic of Jerusalem and the Kingdom of Judah.

This coin will be limited to a maximum mintage of 3,600 and comes in a display box with certificate of authenticity.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 62783
Year: 2011
Mint Mark: Star of David
Grade: Brilliant Uncirculated
Denomination: 20 New Sheqalim
Diameter: 32 mm
Thickness: 3 mm

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By David

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Comments about 2011 Israel Western Wall 1 oz .9999 Gold Bullion Coin:

Perhaps the design isn't as striking as that of the 1st Israeli bullion ("Tower of David") coin, but this coin is still highly attractive. Its limited mintage of 3,600 ensures its longer-term value. Israel has only limited minting facilities itself, and tends to outsource the physical minting of its more complex coins to other mints - in this case, to the Royal Dutch Mint. I unreservedly recommend this coin as instrinsically attractive and a sound investment.

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