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Newark Holy Stone Replica – The Decalogue Stone


The Newark Holy Stones were recovered in 1860.  The Decalogue Stone was found within a stone box and is inscribed on all sides in ancient Hebrew script which, when translated, turned out to be a complete rendition of the Ten Commandments!  The original stone is displayed at the Johnson-Humrickhouse museum in Coshocton, OH. The replicas are all handmade so each one is unique.  Click the icon for photos and history. While supplies last


These replicas are beautifully recreated in a special composite material that makes it durable and heavy enough so that it feels much like the actual stone.  The museum hand makes every replica and it is a time consuming process with many steps.  The detail is wonderful and each one varies somewhat from all others.  Color on the replica’s can range somewhat, especially on the keystone.

Rod Meldrum purchased these replicas from the museum to make them available to our customers.  The museum’s website gift shop offers the stones for $50 which includes shipping.  We are offering the stones for $45 each and they can be included with your order to reduce shipping costs.  For the story behind the stones click HERE.


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