10 Dinars

10 Dinars -  obverse10 Dinars -  reverse

© Rojomano

Features

Location British Palestine (Israel)
Type Fantasy items › Fantasy currency
Year 1435 (2014)
Calendar Islamic (Hijri)
Value 10 Dinars (10)
Currency Fantasy issues - Palestine
Composition Silver plated nickel
Weight 26.21 g
Size 39.15 mm
Thickness 2.985 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Demonetized Yes
Number N# 98043
Numista type number (https://numista.com)

Obverse

"State of Palestine" written in Arabic on the top. Palestine emblem in center. One star on each side. "Essai" in Arabic at the left, and in English at the right. "Palestine" written below with dates on each side.

Lettering:
دولة فلسطين
نموذج Essai
★ 2014 ★ PALESTINE ★ ١٤٣٥ ★

Translation:
State of Palestine
Essai
★ 2014 ★ PALESTINE ★ 1435 ★

Engraver: Joseph E. Lang

Reverse

"Dome of the rock" in Arabic and English at the top. Dome of the rock in the center. "Essai" in Arabic at the left and in English at the right. "Jerusalem" in Arabic and English below. Denomination in Arabic and English at the bottom. Initials of the designer "JL" at the bottom inside a twelve-pointed star.
JL = Joseph E. Lang

Lettering:
✹ مسجد قبة الصخرة ✹ DOME OF THE ROCK ✹
نموذج Essai
JERUSALEM القدس
TEN DINARS [JL] عشرة دنانير

Translation:
Dome of the Rock
Essai
Jerusalem
10 Dinars
JL

Engraver: Joseph E. Lang

Edge

Smooth

Comments

The Dome of the Rock is one of the holiest sites to Jews, Muslims and Christians.  It is the site of the original Jewish Temple, where Jesus preached. The Foundation Stone at the center of the dome was where Abraham offered to sacrifice his son Isaac. Muslims believe that it is the spot where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.

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Date Mintage VG F VF XF AU UNC
1435 (2014)  5 000 Prooflike

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