2020 Israel Silver 2 NIS the Ruth in Boaz's Field Proof

2020 Israel Silver 2 NIS the Ruth in Boaz's Field Proof

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This 2020 Israel Proof Silver coin is part of the Biblical coin series of the Israel Coins & Medal Corp. and depicts a scene of Ruth in Boaz's field.

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • Comes in Proof condition with an original box and certificate of authenticity.
  • Maximum mintage of 2,800 coins.
  • Obverse: Depicts Ruth and Boaz facing each other in his grain field.
  • Reverse: Features the National Emblem above denomination, date and stalks of grain. Legend in Arabic, English and Hebrew "Ruth in Boaz's Field - Ruth 2".
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Bank of Israel.

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The Holy Land Mint is the exclusive distributor of the Bank of Israel for all commemorative coins, and many of their remarkable coins are only offered in limited editions. Each of their products holds a uniquely historic legacy that is complemented by their reputation for the highest quality coins and rounds.

Ruth's biblical story is filled with tragedy and romance but is ultimately one of loving kindness, loyalty, and love. While Bethlehem was in famine, Naomi and her family moved to Moab to escape the hardships. There, her sons married Moabite women. While in Moab, Naomi's husband died and also her sons, leaving behind Ruth and Orpah as her daughters-in-law. Ruth and Orpah stayed with Naomi until she returned to Bethlehem upon hearing the famine had ceased. Ruth insisted she would return with Naomi. When in Bethlehem again, Ruth would glean grain from Boaz's field as it was custom that the poor could gather the grain that fell to the ground. Boaz was highly respected in Bethlehem and a relative of Naomi and was impressed with Ruth's modesty and kindness. Boaz soon married Ruth as "kinsman redeemer" and would usher in the dynasty that eventually led to the birth of King David, and according to Jewish tradition, would lead to the birth of the Messiah.

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