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The first three coins  produced were 5oz Solid Silver Coins and are seen below. These are the images from which the coins were made.

The coin below commemorates 40 Years of Jewish re-settlement. The first three communities were established in 1975, Ofra, Kedumim and Ma’ale Adumim. The Gush Emunim side depicts two of the leaders celebrating the government’s approval for  Jewish settlement in Shomron. The Lone Oak Tree on the Gush Etzion side bore witness to the destruction, on May 12-13, 1948 of Kfar Etzion, the last of the four Kibbutzim of Gush Etzion. This coin commemorates the massacre of last 157  defenders of Jewish exile. Had they been able to hold onto the territory until the establishment of the State, the next day, Yehuda and Shomron would not have been separated from the State of Israel from the time of its rebirth on May 14, 1948.

Gush Emunim

The coin below commemorates Rabbi Moshe Levinger זצ״ל who founded Kiryat Arba in 1971. This set the standard  for establishing new communities in Yehuda and Shomron. Today as in the days of Avraham, Hebron and  Kiryat Arba are one. The image on the reverse side shows Ma’arat Hamachpela  the Tomb of the Patriarchs. The caption reads “On account of our forefathers the children will be saved.”


 The coin below commemorates the establishment of Kedumim the first Shomron Jewish yishuv  established 40 years ago in 1975. HaRav Zvi Yehuda HaCohen Kook זצ״ל  was the Spiritual Leader of Gush Emunim who took his father’s teachings to another level. His father HaRav Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook זצ״ל is seen in the smaller image.


Daniella Weiss General Secretary of “Nahala Land of Israel Settlement Movement” was the First person to be awarded with this coin in recognition of her 40 years of activities toward building new communities in Judea & Samaria. The seeds of a new yishuv, Sh’lem, are being planted in Shomron. This  latest community is to be built on privately owned Jewish land. 

Gush Emunim Coin (2)



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