The Arabic word "Sekka" (mark; usually used for currency) is
depicted within an elongated hexagon.
It is stamped below each crown, which tops the facets.
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• Yaniv, Bracha. The Torah Case: Its History and Design. Ramat Gan: Bar Ilan University Press and the Ben Zvi Institute, 1997. In Hebrew.