|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||0.643 troy oz|
|Manufacturer:||Israel Gov't Coins & Medals Corp.|
The obverse of this Silver Medal is decorated with 10 pomegranates, alluding to the 10 Sefirot and the important work of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero (1522-1570 ), entitled The Pomegranate Orchard, which explains the Kabbalistic concepts. Around the border is the verse in Hebrew, "And they who are wise shall shine like the brightness of the firmament," Daniel 12:3. The reverse features the "Tree of the Sefirot", each Sefirah is represented by a circle in a pad-printed color characterizing each attribute. In the background are the first Hebrew verses in the Torah, the Book of Law, describing the Creation of the World, as far as "...it was good". In the top row of the script, the larger letters form the Hebrew word "Bereshit", meaning "In the beginning", and between them are the Hebrew letters forming "Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai".
The medal is made of .999-fine Silver and weighs .643 oz. This beautiful medal comes in the original box with the certificate of authenticity from the Holy Land Mint.