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THE NUBEX 1439H EID MUBARAK HARI RAYA 1 DIRHAM COIN

Posted On May 21, 2018By syafiq nubexIn Articles

THE NUBEX 1439H EID MUBARAK HARI RAYA 1 DIRHAM COIN

In conjunction with this year’s upcoming Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations, we recently released the Nubex 1439H Eid Mubarak Hari Raya 1 Dirham coin and ¼ Dirham silver bar to mark the festive occassion. Continuing our yearly tradition of releasing festive-themed products, the Nubex 1439H Eid Mubarak Hari Raya 1 Dirham coins and 1/4 Dirham bars are in line with our credo of preserving wealth through precious metals – encouraging collectors, Dirham and Dinar enthusiasts, as well as gold bugs and silver stackers alike during this festive period to spread awarenessRead More
MASJID AL-AQSA 1 DIRHAM SILVER COIN 2017 BY NUBEX

Posted On April 6, 2018By syafiq nubexIn Articles

MASJID AL-AQSA 1 DIRHAM SILVER COIN 2017 BY NUBEX

As part of our popular Dirham Masjid series, the Masjid Al-Aqsa 1 Dirham Silver Coin 2017 by Nubex continues the series’ tradition of paying homage to famous mosques around the world. Let’s dive in and take a closer look. MASJID AL-AQSA 1 DIRHAM SILVER COIN 2017 BY NUBEX – A BRIEF HISTORY The Al-Aqsa Mosque, better known as Baitul Maqdis among most Muslims, is another significant landmark in the Islamic faith, being the third holiest site in Islam. Located in Jerusalem, the site of the mosque is mentioned specifically inRead More

Posted On March 16, 2018By syafiq nubexIn Articles

TRIMETAL COIN JAMADILAKHIR 2018 BY NUBEX

Nubex’s Trimetal coin series has been a highly inspiring project for our designers and craftsmen, affording them a wider canvas to let their creativity flow. To commemorate the fifth month of the 1439 Hijri year, we bring you the latest installment – the Trimetal Coin Jamadilakhir 2018 by Nubex. TRIMETAL COIN JAMADILAKHIR 2018 BY NUBEX – ABOUT THE MONTH The word Jamadilakhir, when translated from its Arabic origin, refers to the end of the ‘dry’ season. Interpretations differ between what constitutes as the ‘dry’ season. Eastern scholars refer to theRead More