It depicts the US President alongside the biblical King Cyrus, who allowed the Jews to return to Jerusalem 2,500 years ago.
The coin, which cannot be used as currency, is also a token of gratitude for Mr Trump’s decision to move the US embassy from to Jerusalem, KOBI reported.
Nonprofit organisation The Mikdash Educational Center has made 1,000 of the half-shekel celebratory coins.
The standard version, made from pewter and plated with silver, will be sold for £36.
There is also a limited series of gold-plated coins which will sell for £52.
‘President Trump is starting a prophetic process by moving the American Embassy to Jerusalem,’ Mikdash representative Rabbi Mordechai Persoff told KOBI.
‘Just like King Cyrus 2,500 years ago said, “he charged me to build a house in Jerusalem”, here again, President Trump is building a house in Jerusalem.’
The seal of the United States government also features on the face of the coin, along with biblical verses written in in Hebrew.
On the back is a dove, holding an olive branch in its beak, above a temple.
Posters and billboards praising Donald Trump and his decision to pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran have been put up in the streets of Jerusalem today.
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