MICHAEL ARCHANGEL Guardian Angel Silver Coin 1$ Solomon Islands 2009

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This colorized silver plated coin is issued by Solomon Islands in 2009 to honor the Archangel Michael. It depicts the famous opera "San Michele Arcangelo", painted by Guido Reni.

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Specifications
Country Solomon Islands
Year 2009
Face Value 1 Dollar
Metal Cupronickel - Silver
Weight (g) 26
Diameter (mm) 38.61
Quality Proof
Mintage (pcs) 2.500
Certificate (COA) No
Presentation case (box) No
 
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ARCHANGEL MICHAEL
The Archangel Michael is the closest to the Lord in the Jewish scriptures, for his very name means "Like Unto God." As the eldest Archangel, he is given captaincy of all of God's natural phenomena, including rain, wind, fire, snow, thunder, lightning, and hail. Michael is believed by many Jews to have appeared to Moses as the fire in the burning bush and to have led Daniel from the lions' den.
In the Christian Bible, Michael is said to be the Angel who told the Virgin Mary of her approaching death.
According to Muslims, Michael's body is covered with fine hairs and each one, like a tongue, implores the Mercy of Allah on behalf of sinners.
As the Archangel of battle and defender of Heaven, Michael is said to be the Patron Saint of policemen. Additionally, because it is said in the Book of Revelations that Michael will lead God's troops against the dragon and his angels at the final battle, many people seek the aid of Michael against wrong-doers on Earth and all people in need of protection from crime or from physical or spiritual enemies may petition the Archangel for help.

 
Design

The coin obverse depicts a very suggestive colorized representation of Guido Reni's archangel Michael (in the Capuchin church of Santa Maria della Concezione, Rome, 1636) tramples Satan. A mosaic of the same painting decorates St. Michael's Altar within St. Peter's Basilica. The image is surrounded by two wings and the engraved heading "ARCHANGEL MICHAEL".

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