10 euro Silver coin dedicated to the Angel Uriel, Brilliant Uncirculated.
The angel not recognized as an archangel by the Roman Catholic church, Uriel, comforts us in dark moments and gives us energy and helps us find the joy in life.
Meaning ‘the light of God’ or ‘God is my light’ in Hebrew, Uriel is symbolised on the coin’s obverse in the form of stylised flames that leap from an ornate brazier framed by the letter U.
The coin’s reverse features an adaptation of a depiction of Uriel on a stained-glass window in the Church of St Mary, in the village of Mortenhoe, Devon, south-west England. The window shows Uriel as a young man with short hair and a halo. In his hand he holds a stylised sun bearing the word "Sol", meaning “sun” in Latin.