Judean Widow's Mite 135-37 B.C.

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  • The Prutah was struck by the Maccabee dynasty from 140-40BC.  They were in circulation for so many decades that most surviving examples are extremely worn. 
  • A coin that circulated throughout Judea 2,000 years ago
  • High-grade examples, such as the one offered to you today are rarely seen.  

  • Type: Single
  • Availability: Medium
Price: £ 149

Order your Judean Widow's Mite 135-137 BC now for £149 (FREE P&P)

The Prutah was struck by the Maccabee dynasty from 140-40BC.  They were in circulation for so many decades that most surviving examples are extremely worn. 

High-grade examples, such as the one offered to you today are rarely seen. 

When the Bible was first translated into English in the Sixteenth Century, the widow’s coins were renamed ‘mites’ because a mite was, at that time, the cheapest coin circulating in Europe.   

Your very own ‘Widows Mite’ has been certified as authentic by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and housed in a museum grade plastic holder to preserve and protect it for generations to come.

An inspirational legacy for your loved ones. 

A timeless reminder of the true value of a gift.

Price:£ 149