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Israel 5 New Sheqalim 1985

Item Code: IL-52A

Front: Portrait of Levi Eshkol (1895 - 1969), Israeli statesman who served as the third Prime Minister of Israel (1963-1969). Panorama of united Jerusalem. Back: Pipe carrying water, symbolizing Eshkol's enterprise, the National Water Carrier, against a background of meadow and barren land. Watermark: Portrait of Levi Eshkol. Security features: Solid, embedded, vertical, 0.5 mm wide security thread. Consecutively running black serial numbers on the reverse of the banknote. Watermarked paper. Look-through feature: A geometric pattern on the front merges with a pattern on the back to form a Star of David when held against the light. Predominant colour: Blue. Artist: Jacob Zim (Jakob Cymberknopf). Signatures: Avraham Yosef Shapira (Chairman of the Advisory Committee); Moshe Mandelbaum (Governor of the Bank, 1982-1986). Security thread: Solid, embedded, vertical, 0.5 mm wide. Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Bank of Israel. Date of Issue: 4 September 1985. Date of withdrawal: 1995. Lapse: 1 July 2000. Legal tender: No (1 July 2000). Total issue: Unknown. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Johan Enschede en Zonen (Netherlands) (JEZ).

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Dimensions: 139 x 76 mm

Texts: Bank of Israel. Five New Sheqalim.

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