2010 Israel 1 oz Gold Tower of David MS-69 PCGS

2010 Israel 1 oz Gold Tower of David MS-69 PCGS

Israel proudly introduces its first Gold bullion coin to the world! PCGS lists a population of just 210 coins graded MS-69! The Tower of David is the first of five Gold bullion coins in the Holy Land Mint's "Jerusalem of Gold" bullion series. With a limited mintage of only 3,600 pieces, this Tower of David coin is now sold out at the Holy Land Mint! Own a piece of history and help relive the past, preserve the present, and ensure the future!

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 is adorned with a likeness of the Tower of David. This ancient citadel was built during the 2nd Century B.C.E. to help guard the old walled city. The reverse depicts a roaring lion, symbolic of Jerusalem and the Kingdom of Judah.

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Beautiful

By  Denise

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I bought this coin because it's the first in the series. It also is a low mintage ,which will make it rare in the future. When I opened the package it was evident that APMEX takes special care of delivery of their products. Everything was so beautifully done to protect the coin. This is the second product I have bought from them and I will be a repeat customer. This coin is well worth the investment.

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  • Mint Condition
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Recognized Brand
  • Attractive Design

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