Gold bar depicting Khana-e-Kaaba released
The Royal Mint, Britain’s oldest company and state mint, has issued a Gold brick For the country’s Muslim community that depicts the Kaaba — the holiest site in Islam — before Ramadan.
The 20g bar was developed in consultation with the Muslim Council of Wales. Arab News.
Kaaba 20g gold bar (999.9 fine gold) starts at £1,112.58, according to angle.
Andrew Dickie, director of precious metals at the Royal Mint, said: “Drawing on over 1,100 years of minting expertise, we have used our expert craftsmanship to create a beautiful representation of the Kaaba, which for many Muslims is the holiest place on earth.”
“This Kaaba Gold Bar, housed within a beautiful Islamic themed protective packaging, makes a special gift, offering our customers the precious gift of gold on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, or with its 999.9 gram fine gold container. as a safe investment.”
As part of the launch, according to National, the Royal Mint has donated three bars to be auctioned off at charity events to raise money for victims of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria last month. More than 50,000 people died as a result of the natural disaster.
Mr Dickie said: “Ramadan is a time of giving, so we are proud to support Islamic Relief, a leading Muslim charity, by donating £9,000 worth of Kaaba gold bars across three UK events. An increase of more than”.