Item Description
Parables and Stories of the New Testament This is a 8" by 10" collection of eight replicas of ancient coins of Rome, Greece, and Judea. These coins are represented in the New Testament parables and stories of Jesus. The stories and coins presented include: 1. Labor in vineyard (Roman Republican denarius 125 B.C.) 2. The lost coin (Greek drachma of Alexander Great;336 to 323 B.C.)) 3.Ten gold pieces (Greek gold stater of Phillip II; 359-336 B.C.) 4. The good samaritan (Roman Republican denarius; 43 B.C.) 5. 'Heathen coin' (tetradrachm of Antiochus IV 179 B.C.) 6. The widows mite, (lepton of Alexander Jannaus 103 to 76 B.C.) 7. Coin in fishes mouth (Shekel of Tyre; 126 to 18 BC.) 8. The tribute penny (denarius of Tiberius 16 A.D.) This collection is in the REPRODUCTION section. These pieces are NOT ancient coins. Each coin is stamped 'COPY' on the reverse. Payment methods: Seller accepts PayPal. Shipping Methods: buyer will pay $5.00 for Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope within the United States. International shipping costs are $13.00 for Priority Mail International flat rate envelope. ADDITIONAL COIN REPLICAS ARE FOUND IN MY E-BAY STORE AT http://

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