Temple Coins introduces limited edition Abraham Accord medallion

The coin, designed by numismatic artist Aharon Shavo, shows the Israeli and UAE flags flying over silhouettes of Jerusalem's Old City and the Abu Dhabi skyline.

Face of Abraham Accords medallion (photo credit: TEMPLE COINS)
Face of Abraham Accords medallion
(photo credit: TEMPLE COINS)
Temple Coins has minted a commemorative medallion in honor of the signing of the Abraham Accord between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, the coin maker announced in a statement.
The coin, designed by numismatic artist Aharon Shavo, shows the Israeli and UAE flags prominently displayed on the front, flying over the silhouette of Jerusalem's Old City conjoined with the Abu Dhabi skylines.
Face of Abraham Accords medallion (Temple Coins)Face of Abraham Accords medallion (Temple Coins)
Engraved below the skyline are the words "Abraham Accord," written in Arabic, Hebrew and English.
The biblical founder of Judaism is referred to as Abraham in the Christian faith, as Avraham in Hebrew and as Ibrahim in Arabic.  
The minter believes no better person "symbolizes the potential for unity among all these three great faiths."
The medal's front design also features an eagle holding an olive branch and arrows accompanied by the Seal of the President of the United States to mark the American representation in solidifying the accord.
For the back of the medal, the minter decided to feature a sword that wrings into "symbols of peace, prosperity, agricultural and technological advancement," alluding to the words of the prophet Isiah: "And they shall beat their swords into ploughshares."
Rear of Abraham Accords medallion (Temple Coins)Rear of Abraham Accords medallion (Temple Coins)
The minter also incorporated a quote from the Qur'an on the medallion, "And if one inclines towards peace, it inclines towards you," accompanied by a quote from the prophet Jeremiah: "For I will give you lasting peace in this place."
"These quotes encapsulate the central teachings of the faiths of Abraham – Judaism, Christianity and Islam – that one has a moral duty to seek out and embrace peace," said Temple Coins director Jason Glick.
US President Donald Trump's signature finishes off the design on the back, to honor his commitment to the signed accord.
The limited-edition Abraham Accord medal is available for purchase at www.Temple-Coins.com. The cost of the coin is $150, and Temple Coins notes the medallion will only be offered for a limited time.