A scarab becomes an inspiration for creating this unique coin. Scarabaeus Sacer is a beetle that was sacred to the ancient Egyptians. Around 2000 BCE, scarabs were used in jewellery and as seals. The amulets were worn as protection against the dangers of this world and the afterlife.
The coin has an artistic depiction of the scarab, a beautiful turquoise insert, an incredible design, and is full of symbolism. It also contains some depictions of the jewellery art of Egypt. The turquoise was used here as a decoration, as it is considered a stone of happiness.
This charming sea-green stone of the ancients represents wisdom, tranquillity, protection, good fortune, and hope.