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2 Coins. Israel Two 10 Agorot Golden Menorah Coins. Copper-aluminum-nickel For Sale
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Israel 10 agorot golden Menorah coin
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On September 4, 1985 the sheqel was replaced by the new sheqel, which is equal to 1,000 old sheqalim.
A series of new denomination coins was put into circulation together with the new banknotes of the first series.
The three smallest denomination coins of the new series have the same obverse as their counterparts in the previous series,while new designs where used for the two higher denominations.The reverse of the coins was designed by Gabi Neuman, who prepared them in secrecy.In most cases, the models where produced by mints overseas.
of a coin issued by Mattathias Antigonus (37 - 40 B.C.E.) with the seven-branched candelabrum; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.Reverse:The denomination "10" on a square background; "Agorot" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew.Alloy:Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%.Design:Obverse: Nathan Karp. Reverse: Gabi Neumann.Date of issue:September 4, 1985.
Banknotes and coins are not only means of payment, they are also a symbol of sovereignty.
When the Fathers of the Yishuv were engaged in establishing the new state, one of the matters they had to deal with was its currency.
As the name of the new state had not been decided, the question arose as to what would be printed on the banknotes.
The banknotes could not be printed in this country as the British Mandate had not yet expired, and also for lack of the required technical expertise.At the same time it was clear that no reputable foreign firm would print money for a nonexistent state.After considerable effort, Mr. S. Hoofien, then Chairman of the Board of the Anglo-Palestine Bank, persuaded the American Banknote Company of New York to print the banknotes.To obviate the need for State Department approval for printing banknotes of a foreign country, the notes as ordered gave no indication of their being legal tender.(The legend "Legal tender for payment of any amount" was subsequently overprinted). In addition, the company stipulated that its name should not appear on the notes.The design of the banknotes was based on different combinations of guilloches in the company's stock, some of which were used for printing banknotes for China!When the banknotes were ordered,no one yet knew what the name of the new state would be, let alone its currency.It was therefore decided to print "Palestine Pound" on the notes, the currency of the mandate.The banknotes reached this country secretly in July 1948. On August 17 the government passed a law declaring the notes legal tender, and they were put into circulation on the following day.
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2 Coins. Israel Two 10 Agorot Golden Menorah Coins. Copper-aluminum-nickel: $4