The Biblical Series Continues at APMEX
APMEX, Inc., a leading online Precious Metals retailer based in Oklahoma City, is excited to announce the second 2019 coin release Scottsdale Mint’s famed Biblical Series is now available to order.
The Scottsdale Mint Biblical Coin Series highlights stories from the Bible, including the ascension of Christ, the Ten Commandments or David & Goliath. This second release of 2019, and the 26th overall in the series, focuses on the story of Roman soldiers placing a crown of thorns on Jesus' head prior to his crucifixion.
Similar to previous releases in the series, this 2 oz coin contains .999 fine Silver and features an antique finish with a high relief, rimless design. The obverse features the Raphael Maklouf-designed likeness of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II surrounded by the coin's weight, face value and purity. The edge is engraved with the unique serial number given to each coin, from 1 to 1499.
Each 2 oz Silver Crown of Thorns coin comes with a certificate of authenticity, listing the coin’s specifications along with the biblical verses from the book of John that Gustave Doré used as his inspiration for his 1866 wood-engraved scene, “The Crown of Thorns.” An image Doré's artwork used as a basis for the design is also featured on the certificate.
This beautiful Silver Crown of Thorns coin is now available for purchase to start or continue any Biblical Series collection. You can shop this new release, and all previous issues, today at APMEX.
About APMEX, Inc.
Since 1999, APMEX has been one of the nation's largest Precious Metals e-retailers, boasting over $10 billion in transactions. APMEX has the largest selection of bullion and numismatic items provided by a retailer, boasting more than 10,000 products. Product offerings include all U.S. Mint bullion such as Gold, Silver and Platinum American Eagle coins. APMEX also sells products from leading mints around the world including The Royal Mint, Perth Mint, Royal Canadian Mint and many others. APMEX is a member of the American Numismatic Association, the International Precious Metals Institute and the Industry Council for Tangible Assets. For additional information, visit www.APMEX.com or call (800) 375-9006.