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Israel 5 Lira Pound Banknote 1973 (Fourth Series of the Pound) Rare Vintage Money
Israel 5 Lira Pound Banknote 1973 (Fourth Series of the Pound) Rare Vintage Money
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The Israeli pound (Hebrew: Israeli lira) was the currency of the State of Israel from June 1952 until 23 February 1980. The British Mandate of Palestine, which administered the territory now known as Israel prior to 1948, issued the Palestine pound- a currency equal in value and pegged to the UK Pound...

Features

  • 1 Banknote - 5 Israeli Pound (Fourth Series of the Pound). Sign: I£. Code: ILP
  • Year of issue: 1973. Date of withdrawal: March 31, 1984. Size: 128 X 76 mm.
  • Sign for the blind: three black dots in the lower left-hand corner of the front. Watermark: profile of Henrietta Szold. Signatures: governor of the Bank Moshe Sanbar; Chairman of the Advisory Council David Horowitz. Design: Paul Kor, Adrian Senger.
  • Obverse: portrait of Henrietta Szold; Hadassah Hospital on Mt. Scopus in Jerusalem; the denomination "Five Israeli Pounds" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
  • Reverse: Lion's Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.
Israel 5 Lira Pound Banknote 1968 (Third Series of the Pound) with Albert Einstein Portrait, Rare Vintage Money
Israel 5 Lira Pound Banknote 1968 (Third Series of the Pound) with Albert Einstein Portrait, Rare Vintage Money
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The Israeli pound (Hebrew: Israeli lira) was the currency of the State of Israel from June 1952 until 23 February 1980. The British Mandate of Palestine, which administered the territory now known as Israel prior to 1948, issued the Palestine pound- a currency equal in value and pegged to the UK Pound...

Features

  • 1 Banknote - 5 Israeli Pound (Third Series of the Pound). Sign: I£. Code: ILP
  • Year of issue: 1968. Date of withdrawal: March 31, 1984. Size: 150 X 75 mm
  • Watermark: Profile of Albert Einstein. Security thread: On the left-hand side of the note. Signatures: Governor of the Bank David Horowitz; Chairman of the Advisory Council Y. Chorin. Design: Prof. Masino Besi, Italy and Sam Hertz, Holland.
  • Obverse: Portrait of Albert Einstein; the denomination "Five Israeli Pounds" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
  • Reverse: Atomic reactor at Nahal Sorek; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.
Israel 10 Lira Pound Banknote 1958 (Second Series of the Pound) Paper Israeli Old Rare Vintage Money
Israel 10 Lira Pound Banknote 1958 (Second Series of the Pound) Paper Israeli Old Rare Vintage Money
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The Israeli pound (Hebrew: Israeli lira) was the currency of the State of Israel from June 1952 until 23 February 1980. The British Mandate of Palestine, which administered the territory now known as Israel prior to 1948, issued the Palestine pound- a currency equal in value and pegged to the UK Pound...

Features

  • 1 Banknote - 10 Israeli Pound (Second Series of the Pound). Sign: I£. Code: ILP
  • Year of issue: 1958. Date of withdrawal: March 31, 1984. Size: 150 X 82 mm.
  • Watermark: The face of the scientist. Design: Shamir Brothers, Jacob Zim. Signatures: Governor of the Bank David Horowitz; Chairman of the Advisory Council J.E. Nebenzahl.
  • Obverse: Scientist in a laboratory; the denomination "Ten Israeli pounds" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
  • Reverse: Passage from the Book of Isaiah. Dead Sea Scrolls; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.
Israel 1 Lira Pound Banknote 1958 (Second Series of the Pound) Rare Vintage Money
Israel 1 Lira Pound Banknote 1958 (Second Series of the Pound) Rare Vintage Money
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The Israeli pound (Hebrew: Israeli lira) was the currency of the State of Israel from June 1952 until 23 February 1980. The British Mandate of Palestine, which administered the territory now known as Israel prior to 1948, issued the Palestine pound- a currency equal in value and pegged to the UK Pound...

Features

  • 1 Banknote - 1 Israeli Pound (Second Series of the Pound). Sign: I£. Code: ILP
  • Year of issue: 1958. Date of withdrawal: March 31, 1984. Size: 138 X 76 mm.
  • Watermark: The face of the fisherman. Design: Shamir Brothers, Jacob Zim. Signatures: Governor of the Bank David Horowitz; Chairman of the Advisory Council J.E. Nebenzahl.
  • Obverse: Fisherman carrying fishing gear against a background of a bay; the denomination "One Israeli Pound" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
  • Reverse: Mosaic from the floor of an ancient synagogue at lssafiya on Mt. Carmel; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.



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