The coin celebrates an ancient symbol that that has roots in many religious and existential philosophies the world over, the all-embracing tree of life.
The obverse feature is an enchanting render of the tree of life in bloom, shown here as an almond tree, floating in a field of light catching, micro-engraved radial lines in a spiralled format. Also on the obverse, the word-name Yahweh, which, in Hebrew, means 'the one who gives true life,' as well as the coin's weight and purity.
The coin's obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadly portrait of Elizabeth II, portrayed in detail against a field of starburst radial lines. Joining Elizabeth II's name and portrait on the reverse, you'll find the coin's country of origin, year of release and denominational value.