The Knights Templar Commemorative Coin, The Red Horsemen In Red & Gold

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The Knights Templar Commemorative Coin, The Red Horsemen In Red and Gold, Reverse Side, The Cross In Red and Gold. The Knights Templar, A Medieval Christian Military Order, Used The Latin Motto “Non-Nobis Domine, Non-Nobis, Sed Nomini Tuo Da Gloriam”. This Phrase In English Translates To “Not To Us, O Lord, But To Your Name Give The Glory.” It Reflects Their Humility and Dedication To Serving a Higher Purpose. Reverse Side, The Phrase “In Hoc Signo Vinces” Holds Significant Historical and Symbolic Importance For The Knights Templar. It Is a Latin Expression That Translates Into English “In This Sign Thou Shalt Conquer.” The Knights Templar were Renowned For Their Chivalry, Courage, and Commitment To Protecting Pilgrims During The Crusades. Their Coins Often Bore This Motto as a Reminder Of Their Duty To Honour God and Seek Divine Glory.


Its roots trace back to the Roman Emperor Constantine during the Battle of the Milvius Bridge in the year 312. According to legend, Constantine had a vision where a cross mysteriously appeared in the sky, accompanied by the words “In Hoc Signo Vinces.” Subsequently, Constantine had the cross symbol (Chrism) reproduced on the standards and shields of his soldiers. Empowered by this divine sign, Constantine emerged victorious in the battle, while his rival Maxentius met his demise in the waters of the Tiber River. Rome’s religious destiny shifted dramatically as Constantine drew closer to Christianity. The entire Roman Empire eventually followed suit. In 325, Constantine convened the Council of Nicaea, where Christian unity was defined based on common dogma, and the organization and discipline of the Church were codified. In summary, “In Hoc Signo Vinces” symbolizes divine intervention, victory, and the pivotal moment when Christianity gained prominence within the Roman Empire.

Item Code - MEMSOU11E837953POLZ1

Width: 2"  Height: 2"  Depth: 1/4"  Weight: 48 g

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