Saudi looks for Guinness record with 50,000 coins mural

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A Saudi citizen seeks to set a Guinness Record with drawing the largest painting mural in the world with more than 50,000 coins, in support of his talent initiated since more than 20 years in the acquisition of local and foreign coins whereas he has collected till now more than 45,000 coins, mostly rare.

Hisham Al-Najjar 45 years old was keen on the collection of coins from inside and outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and buying some of them from auctions of antiques and rare coins, to form a safe-box of local and foreign currencies of which he invested later in drawing paintings in a professional manner in the form of murals, initiated by drawing the kings of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Interviewed by the Saudi Press Agency 'SPA' on the sideline of 'Our Ramadan As It Is 2' festival in Jeddah, Al-Najjar explained that he is about to make an artistic mural to be set in Guinness Book of Records by using more than 50,000 coins, including a picture of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and the Two Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madinah.

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