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Metal Type:  Sterling Silver
Diameter:  34mm
 
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Morocan Faluse


Denomination:  Moroccan Faluse               


Date: 1672-1901



Description:
   
Minted during the Golden Age of Islam by Mohammed IV (1802-1873), the Sultan of Morocco, this coin depicts the seal of Solomon as a six pointed star with a circle in the center.  On the other side, there is Islamic text over a date (AH 1290) from the Islamic lunar calendar, which is around 621 years behind the Christian calendar dates.

The Seal of Solomon is a six pointed star or hexagram, also known as the Star of David. It was used on the Moroccan flag until 1915, when the flag was changed to a five pointed star or pentagram. In Judaism, the Star of David, an extension of the Divine, or God, shielded the Biblical David in his battles.  It is also seen as a metaphysical symbol representing protection, strength and energy.




 
     
 
         
 
 
 
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