The Scholar, The Laborer, and
The Toiler of the Soil
The Scholar, The Laborer, and The Toiler of the Soil was designed by the sculptor Morris Ascalon, and decorated the entrance to the Jewish Palestine Pavilion at the New York World's Fair, 1939. The pavilion presented for the first time the idea of a national home for the Jewish people and its enterprises in Israel to a wide audience. The edition includes only 250 units and launched on May 14, 2023 - exactly 84 years after the opening of the pavilion, and 75 years after the declaration of independence of Israel.
The Roaring Lion
The roaring lion statue, which designed by the sculptor Avraham Melnikov, was erected as a tombstone and monument in memory of the eight killed in the battle of Tel Hai. This limited edition includes 150 units, and launched on 22.2.2021 – exactly 87 years after the inauguration of the monument in Kfar Giladi.
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The Flying Camel
The "realistic" version of the Flying Camel sculpture, originally designed by architect Arieh Elhanani in 1932, as the symbol of the first "Levant Fair". This edition is launched in honor of Israel's 72nd Independence Day, and includes only 100 units