Awesome! Israeli student finds Crusader gold...a currency old even when it was used by the Crusaders!

Israel postage stamp: fireworks over Tel-Aviv c. 1966, part of the 18th Independence Day series. Designed by E. Weishoff

The face of Death: Adolf Eichman, the SS lieutenant colonel who was the main organizer of the "administrative" side of the Holocaust. He was abducted by Israeli agents from Argentina, tried in Israel, and hanged in 1962. His body was cremated and his ashes were scattered at sea.

1918 BOMBAY MINT KING GEORGE V GOLD FULL SOVEREIGN COIN, Indian Gold Coins, Gold Sovereigns, Half Sovereigns, Gold Coins For Sale in London, Quality Gold Coins,

H.M. King Farouk Reviewing His Rare Coin Collections - (D124) by Tulipe Noire, via Flickr

1900 to 1910 large Canadian Cent Beautiful by DrewsCollectibles

Coin of Kanishka, ca. 130 A.D. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins following a Roman weight standard. The rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as Shiva as seen on the reverse of this coin.

3 cent nickel 1873 type coin. collectible by DrewsCollectibles, $23.00

Indian Head 10 Dollar Eagle Antique Gold Coin by BalboaRarities, $1350.00

Beautiful Mint State Silver War Nickel 1943 by DrewsCollectibles, $11.50 #coins

Trinacria (Tiskelion)coin, Syracuse 317-310 BC.

Symbols of the Twelve Tribes of Israel


Torah scroll a family heirloom.

Photograph of a Yemenite Jewish girl, , Irit Kapach, wearing golden ceremonial dress and gold and silver jewelry. Goldsmiths and other craft people are among the Jews who emigrated to Israel from Yemen. Yemenite Jewish brides in a traditional wedding ceremony may wear this golden dress. The rings and necklaces are made of gold, silver, and jewels. Photograph by Nathan Benn taken November 1, 1979 in Jerusalem, Israel.

Ethiopian Jewish man with gorgeous embroidered coat.

Imperial Legion of Honor medal worn by Napoleon I 19th century CE

Dress shops back in the day.

Necklace pendants and beads Metropolitan Museum Period: Old Babylonian Date: ca. 18th–17th century B.C. Geography: Mesopotamia, said to be from Dilbat Culture: Babylonian Medium: Gold

Gold framed pendant found at the biblical town of Nimrud, the capital of Ashurnasirpal II, an Assyrian king of the 9th century BC.

Religious Gold Circle Hemse Gotland Sweden Sverige Iron Age Viking Era