Israel currency 5 Lirot or Five Israeli Pounds note 1958

Israel currency money 5 Israeli Pound banknote
5 Israeli Pound banknote
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Israel currency 5 Israeli Pound banknote of 1958
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Obverse: Labourer holding a sledge-hammer against a background of an industrial plant; the denomination "Five Israeli Pounds" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
Reverse: Roaring lion depicted on an ancient Hebrew seal found at Megiddo; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.

Watermark: The face of the labourer.
Security thread: On the left-hand side of the note.
Size: 140 X 78 mm.
Dominant colour: Brown.
Colour of numbering: Black.
Signatures: Governor of the Bank David Horowitz; Chairman of the Advisory Council J.E. Nebenzahl.
Design: Shamir Brothers, Jacob Zim.
Year: 1958
Date of issue: October 15, 1959.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.

Israel Banknotes - Israel Paper Money
Second Series of the Pound
1958-1960 Issue
The abstract patterns of the first series did not meet with public approval. When criticism mounted, the Governor decided to issue a new series, and appointed a public committee to plan the notes. The committee selected drawings of people illustrating different walks of Israeli life (a pioneer-woman soldier, fisherman, scientist, etc.) as the principal motif and archaeological subjects as the secondary motif.
The form and size of the notes differed from those of the previous series. The basic sketches were the work of Israeli artists. The series was put into circulation in 1959-60, and gradually replaced the previous series.
From this series onwards, the banknotes of Israel are printed in several state or state-controlled banknote printing works in Europe.​

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