Purity: 999 / 1000
Strike year: 2013
Preservation grade: PP
Mass: 31,1 g
Silver content: 31,1 g
Face value: 2 NIS
The lowest river in the world and longest in Israel with a meandering course of 250 km and hardly more than 30m at its widest point, the Jordan River flows from north to south of Israel, through the Syrian-African Rift Valley, joining the Sea of Galilee to the Dead Sea. Its waters, which come mainly from the rain and snow that falls on the Hermon Mountain to the north, are a prime source of drinking water and irrigation for Israel.
One of the most historically and religiously significant rivers, the Jordan has played sacred roles in Judaism and Christianity.
|Tax||The tax for gold and silver coins is accounted from the difference in price on 102. and 104. article in ZDDV-1 and is on 110. article in ZDDV-1 not shown on the invoice.|
|Preservation||PP: Proof coin struck using a special, high-quality minting process, and made especially for collectors. Modern proof coins often have mirror-like fields and frosted devices.|