Widow’s Mite: Judean Prutah (103-76 BC) NGC Slab (AVERAGE)

Widow’s Mite: Judean Prutah (103-76 BC) NGC Slab (AVERAGE)

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The Widow's Mite: Judean Prutah is a highly sought-after ancient coin that holds a significant historical and cultural value. Dated between 103-76 BC, this remarkable piece is encapsulated in an NGC slab, ensuring its authenticity and preservation for years to come.

Meticulously crafted during the Hasmonean dynasty in what is now modern-day Israel, the Widow's Mite represents a tangible relic from a bygone era. Its small size and intricate details make it a fascinating collector's item and a window into the past.

This particular Widow's Mite: Judean Prutah comes in an "AVERAGE" condition, making it accessible for both seasoned collectors and those just beginning their numismatic journey. Although it may not be in pristine condition, the coin's imperfections add to its charm, offering a glimpse into the rich history it has witnessed.

The NGC slab that encloses the Widow's Mite provides not only protection from environmental damage but also guarantees its authenticity. This meticulous grading process ensures that the slabbed coin meets strict standards set by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), a renowned authority in the field. As a result, you can confidently display or add this coin to your collection, fully assured of its genuineness and grade.

The coin's obverse side showcases an elegant design featuring a star-shaped diadem with paleo-Hebrew inscriptions. Flip it over, and you'll be captivated by an endearing depiction of a barren tree with a dedication inscription.

Aside from its historical worth, the Widow's Mite: Judean Prutah is also a symbol of hope and sacrifice. The coin derives its name from the biblical story in Mark 12:41-44, where a poor widow contributes her last two small copper coins as an offering. This tale reminds us of the timeless act of giving, regardless of the amount, further deepening the coin's significance.

Whether you are an avid collector, a history enthusiast, or simply appreciative of ancient artifacts, the Widow's Mite: Judean Prutah encapsulated in an NGC slab is a treasure waiting to find its place in your collection. Immerse yourself in the rich heritage and extraordinary stories it carries, as you hold a piece of history in the palm of your hand.