Commemoratives International
Home Up Feedback Search Table of Contents


Isaiah "The Wolf with the Lamb"

Israel's "Biblical Art" Coin Series

2007/5767


Isaiah Coin Set 2007

The 12th Coin in the "Biblical Art" Series

"The Wolf shall also dwell with the lamb, and the leopard shall lie down with the kid; and the calf and the young lion and the fatling together; and the little child shall lead them". (Isaiah 11:6)
According to the prophecy of Isaiah, there will come a time, when the wolf will dwell with the lamb. Since a wolf would always devour a lamb, we understand the allegory in Isaiah's prophecy represents a time when there will be lasting peace and harmony among mankind. In this ideal, love and understanding will reign among man and the animals. Moral, spiritual and material perfection will be attained. No longer will there be evil, hatred and envy in the world. This is the age for which we yearn and pray.


Coin Description

Front

A wolf lying down with the lamb under the shade of a fruit tree. A dove carrying an olive branch at the top.

Reverse

A dove carrying an olive branch. The inscription, "And the wolf shall dwell with the lamb, Isa.11,6" in Hebrew and English. The denomination "1, 2 or 10" with "New Sheqel" or "New Sheqalim". The year of issue "5767/2007" and the word "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. The State Emblem at the top.


Cat. No. Denomination Type Diameter Weight Mintage Price
FR 102 10 NIS Proof Gold/.917 30 mm 16.96 grams 555 1125.00


Isaiah Gold Proof Coin 2007 Isaiah Gold Proof Coin 2007


Cat. No. Denomination Type Diameter Weight Mintage Price
H 40 1 NIS Proof-like Silver/.925 30 mm 14.4 grams 1,800 75.00
H 40a 2 NIS Proof Silver/.925 38.7mm 28.8 grams 2,800 out of stock


Isaiah Silver Coin 2007 Isaiah Silver Coin 2007


Isaiah Silver Proof Coin 2007 Isaiah Silver Proof Coin 2007


Proof-Like: A Mint State coin struck on a standard quality planchet. The coin displays a mirror type finish, but of lesser degree than a full Proof strike. A small six pointed "Star of David" mintmark struck on the "Isaiah" coin above the denomination.

Proof: A coin which was made with special care. The coins are struck using polished dies. The planchets are specially selected and polished. The coins exhibit a mirror-like surface in the fields and a frosted appearance on the raised points of the coin. A small Hebrew 'mem' mintmark is struck on the "Isaiah" coin above the denomination.


--Pieces of Jewish History--

--Your Link with the People and the Land of Israel--


USA Toll free 800-913-9677

email: coins@commem.com

 

 

Our office address:

Commemoratives International, Ltd.

Hamden Center II

2321 Whitney Avenue, Suite 505

Hamden, CT 06518 USA

Telephone: 203-230-0221