(23-06-2020) MONETA AUREA EURO 100 - 2020

(23-06-2020) MONETA AUREA EURO 100 - 2020

€1,750.00

Apostolic Constitutions
of the Second Vatican Council: Dei Verbum

Dei Verbum is a dogmatic constitution of the Second Vatican Council with the theme “Divine Revelation” and “Sacred Scripture” (the Word of God). It was promulgated by Paul VI on 18 November 1965 and is one of the main documents of the Second Vatican Council. The title refers both to the Word of God, or Sacred Scripture, and to the person of Jesus Christ, the Word of God, and is taken from the beginning of the document. The composition of the reverse side features Christ at the center, the key figure and fulfillment of the Divine Revelation, depicted in the traditional iconography of the blessing Christ. The Holy Spirit depicted as coming from and sent by Jesus himself. The Spirit dominates, guides and protects the Church, symbolized by the boat shaken by the waves of the stormy sea. The background shows the Twelve Apostles on which the Church is founded by divine mandate and from whom comes the proclamation of the Gospel to all generations. On the obverse side, next to the papal coat of arms, are the symbols of the Four Evangelists.

CN1543

Data sheet

Title
917/1000
Legal weight
30 g
Diameter
35 mm
Nominal values
100 Euro
Scultor
G.Titotto
Engraver
S. Petrassi
Mint
IPZS (Italy)
Price
Euro 1,750.00
Mintange
799 coins
Tipologia
Proof

Specific References