On Jan 15, 2000, I recieved another letter, one that was mentioned in a previous email. The contents - one coin, with an accompanying slip of paper with Hebrew characters on it, and a piece of graph paper with writing as well.

  • The envelope itself, note the stamps.
  • The coin and the Hebrew.
  • The other side of the coin.
  • The paper.
    From ashton:
    beit-lamed-yod-mem-he': beliymah: English meaning: "nothing".
    Gematria value: 2 + 30 + 10 + 40 + 5 = 87.
    You might also want to flip the card right side up next time 
    you scan it.  Heheheheh.  :-)

    Hance: The coin stumps my numismatically inclined friend.
    Bryan, I can't identify it.
    It doesn't look like any coin that I know of, but I'm not very good
    with middle east coins. It looks a bit, though, like the silver "coins"
    that are sewn to bride's dresses in asia minor. These are derived from real
    coins, but usually the legends don't make any sense
    Webmaster:Ok, so I'm new to reading Hebrew - side note:
    Ordinal value: 2 + 12 + 10 + 13 + 5
    Reduced value: 2 + 3 + 1 + 4 + 5