The following artifacts are genuine and come with a certificate of authenticity.
Please allow 6-8 week for delivery. Availability is limited.
Cost: $85 per lamp
This “shell money” is the earliest known coin currency and is dated from around the time of Abraham. As a Sumerian currency, it was also most likely used in Ur, the place from which God called Abraham. Size and design may vary. Click HERE to see a larger image.
More History: Perhaps as a means to facilitate small transactions, the Ancient Sumerians first used money. About 3500 B.C. they began cutting sections from cone shaped shells, and, after the sections were polished, people carried them around their necks as necklaces, using the shells to pay for small items.
It was such a useful invention that Sumerian Shell Money, archaeological evidence suggests, circulated throughout the fertile crescent of the Middle East about 5000 years ago—when Sumerian culture was at it’s zenith.
Cost: $99 per “Coin”
Tell the story of the Widow’s Mite (Mark 12:41-44) in a way they’ll never forget by allowing them to hold a piece of history. This is a kind of money that was commonly circulated in Jesus’ time. Click HERE to see a larger image. See prices for coins in both good and fair conditions below…
Cost: $90 per mite in good condition as pictured above.
Cost: $45 per mite in fair condition as pictured HERE.
From the Middle East around the time of King David. Size and design may vary. Click HERE to see a larger image.
These are often called “Crucifixion” Nails but at 3-4″ long, they are actually smaller than what would have been used on a cross. They are still an authentic reminder of the crucifixion and also a great opener to talking about Jesus as a carpenter. Click HERE to see a larger image.
Cost: $95 per nail
Holy Land iron “crucifixion” nail measuring 5-6″. Size and look may vary. Click HERE to see a larger image.
Cost: $440 per nail
- Uncleaned Romans Coins
- Framed Bible Pages