This two piece set contains a 1st Century BC Poor Widow's Mite, mentioned in the Book Mark 12:41-44, along with a Roman Nail produced within 54 years of the crucifixion of Christ in 33 AD, protected in a suspension case which easily opens. The Roman nails were part of a fortress in Northern Scotland discovered in 1960. After dismantling the fortress in 87 AD, the Romans buried them so their enemies would not find them and make swords from them. They were produced in the same material, in the same style, by the same people who crucified Christ. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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