hand made 925 silver cufflinks with Ancient Jewish coins of
King AGRIPPA I MINT OF JERUSALEM (6th year)
Obv: Canopy AGRIPPA THE KING
Rev: Three ears of grain issuing from between two leaves ; dated L C year 6 = 41/2 AD
Herod Agrippa I minted coins during several years during the years of his reign at the Paneas mint (year 2), the Tiberias mint (year 5) and at Caesarea (year 7 and year eight) all of which were minted with non-Jewish symbols (including human images of himself and the emperor; pagan images of gods and temples) and not during the sabbatical year. However during the 6th year of his reign, a sabbatical year, he minted myriads of bronze prutot with the parasol and ears of grain, non-offensive symbols to Jews, at the Jerusalem mint.