999 Silver 2 Oz Guadalupe Pocket Rosary Hand Enameled-BEX Coin Minting
2 oz 999 Fine Silver BEX Silver Coin Sales
01 Pocket Rosary 2 oz .999 Fine Silver BEX Coin Minting
02 Pocket Rosary 2 oz .999 Fine Silver BEX Coin Minting
Guadalupe Pocket Rosary Hand Enameled-BEX Coin Minting

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Rosary Prayer .999 Fine Silver 2 oz Hand Enameled Art Round

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Exquisitely hand painted, Our Lady Guadalupe is presented beautifully on the front of our 2 oz .999 Fine Silver art round. Created to be a beautiful keep sake for generations.

Each medallion is 2 Ounces of .999 Fine Silver, hand enamaled with Our Lady of Guadalupe delicately protected under clear epoxy, with the remaining silver unfinished

Photos truly do not do these beautiful Ladys any justice, see a live presentation of how beautiful these are on our Instagram, BEX Coin Minting

Each medallion will arrive in a black velvet drawstring gift pouch, included with a Clear Coin Display Easel and Clear Coin Capsule

  • Size: 1½" / Thickness aprox 6.5mm
  • Brillian Uncirculated
  • First 2 pieces created, 01 and 02

 

The purpose of the Rosary is to help keep in memory certain principal events in the history of our salvation. There are twenty mysteries reflected upon in the Rosary, and these are divided into the five Joyful Mysteries (said on Monday and Saturday), the five Luminous Mysteries (said on Thursday), the five Sorrowful Mysteries (said on Tuesday and Friday), and the five Glorious Mysteries (said on Wednesday and Sunday). As an exception, the Joyful Mysteries may be said on Sundays during Advent and Christmas, while the Sorrowful Mysteries may be said on the Sundays of Lent.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, according to tradition, Mary appeared to Juan Diego, who was an Aztec convert to Christianity, on December 9 and again on December 12, 1531. She requested that a shrine to her, be built on the spot where she appeared, Tepeyac Hill, now in a suburb of Mexico City.

The bishop demanded a sign before he would approve construction of a church, however. Mary appeared a second time to Juan Diego and ordered him to collect roses. In a second audience with the bishop, Juan Diego opened his cloak, letting dozens of roses fall to the floor and revealing the image of Mary imprinted on the inside of the cloak, the image that is now venerated in the Bascillia of Guadalupe.

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