Many Christians all over the world are readily familiar with the ichthus symbol. They may not have known what it was called, aside from the colloquial designation "Jesus fish."
Nonetheless, this enduring ancient symbol is now frequently found in artwork, in jewelry, and on the back bumpers of millions of automobiles. Sometimes it is inscribed with the original Greek letters or the word "JESUS" inside of the fish shape.
The acronym explained above is inscribed along the top half of the rim, reading "Jesus Christ Son of God Savior." The Greek letters from which the phrase is derived are displayed at the bottom rim, flanked by the specifications "1 Troy Ounce" for the weight and ".999 Fine Silver" for the purity.
"For God so loved the world, that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have Eternal Life." In the distance, a cross that is likewise emitting a brilliant luminescence appears at the top of the coin.