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In the Dordrecht-Westminster Tradition
Presenting the Limited Edition of the prestigious Dort Medallions presented in antique gold to the international delegates and in antique silver to the Dutch domestic delegates of the Great Synod of Dordrecht 1618-1619.
The unknown 17th Century artist depicts with startling detail the iconic Synod itself on the obverse side with Mount Zion on the reverse.
The historic medallions professionally minted according to the exact Dordrecht specifications of the expansive 58.5mm in diameter (4mm/90g).
Includes premium velvet burgundy showcase with a Certificate of Authenticity explaining the unique history and exquisite detail of the medallions awarded the esteemed divines of the august assembly meeting from November 13, 1618 to May 9, 1619.
Fully warranted, insured shipping and handling in the United States and Canada.
A beautiful set of two medallions commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Synod of Dort, 1618-18. They are exact replicas in detail, size, color, and weight of the two originals cast in gold for international delegates and in silver for the national delegates to the original synod . . . the replicas precisely crafted and cast for this year's anniversary. They are handsomely displayed . . . I'm thrilled to have a set and will treasure them.
- Dr. James A. De Jong
President and Professor, Emeritus
Calvin Theological Seminary
. . . I can now study these interesting medallions.They are a handsome reminder of a very significant event in the life of the Reformed churches, a proverbial turning point when, in the providence of God (the politics seemed almost entirely opposed to a good outcome until just before Synod) pastors and scholars gathered in the Netherlands from German provinces, Dutch Provinces, the Lowlands, and the British Isles (among other places) to consider a fundamental threat to the gospel.
- Dr. R. Scott Clark
Professor of Church History
Westminster Seminary California
- Prof. David J. Engelsma
Professor of Dogmatics, Emeritus
Protestant Reformed Seminary