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There are 130 words in the section of the Torah that discusses the offerings that a Nazirite brings when his term of Naziriteship expires (Num. 6:13-20). When the leader of the Tribe of Dan brought, among his gifts at the dedication of the Mishkan, a silver bowl weighing 130 shekels, this was what he intended to symbolize.
Adam when he begat Sheis
The weight in silver of each plate brought by the nesiim at the chanukas hamishkan
Yaakov when he came in front of Paroah
According to the midrash that Yocheved was born as the bnei Yisrael entered Mitzrayim (bein hachomos, Yocheved was 130 when she gave birth to Moshe (210 years in Mitzrayim - 80 years of Moshe when they went out)
According to Rashi, Yitzchak waited 3 years to marry Rivka who was born, acc. to Rashi, at the time of Sara's death, putting the marriage 130 years after Sara's birth.
The Psalm chapter that is said after Yistabah in Aseret Ymei Tshuv
Y'hoyada the kohen gadol lived 130 years (I Divre Hayamim 24:15).
Number of words in בריך שמיה (Sort of Tikun for the 130 of Adam)