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Brass Letter Opener with Silver Bar Kochba Revolt Coin

Product ID: STN-IM-36657
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Brass Letter Opener with Silver Bar Kochba Revolt Coin

This brass letter opener is mounted at the top with a silver coin replica of a Bar Kochba-era coin that features images of Jerusalem and Hebrew text.

Material Brass-Silver
Dimensions 18.5cm
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Brass Letter Opener with Silver Bar Kochba Revolt Coin

This brass letter opener features a silver medallion at the top that is a replica of an ancient coin. This coin in this wonderful letter opener features an image of Jerusalem on the front and Hebrew text together with palm, willow and myrtle branches. The Hebrew text features the Hebrew name “Shimon” that refers to Simon Bar Kochba who led the last Jewish revolt against the Romans in 132 CE. The Hebrew text on the back appears in ancient Hebrew script like the name on the front and translates into English as “For the freedom of Jerusalem”.

During the first century CE, the Jews rebelled against Roman rule several times. The Bar Kochba revolt was the final successful revolt against Roman rule. This letter opener features a replica of a coin that was dated to that era of Jewish history.

This letter opener comes with a certificate from the Israel Museum as well as a small pamphlet with background information in Hebrew and English.

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