Complete coin set of Israel Lira, Old and New Sheqel

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Item Description

UniSquare Item ID Number:
254222

Complete Coin Set of Israel Lira, Old Sheqel

and Current New Sheqel coins!

This complete collections set include 23 circulated coins.

All the coins are in great condition!

The Shipping worldwide cost7.00 EUR.

Insurance included!

Lira (Pound)Set

1 AGORA

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Diameter:

20 mm.

Weight:

1.03 gr.

Edge:

Scalloped.

Obverse:

Three ears of barley; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic.

Origin of motif:

Coin of Agrippa I (37 - 44 C.E.).

Reverse:

The denomination "1 Agora" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Aluminium 97%, magnesium 3%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Shamir Brothers.

Date of issue:

May 12, 1960.

Ceased to be legal tender:

February 22, 1980.

5 AGOROT

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Diameter:

17.5 mm.

Weight:

2.3 gr.

Edge:

Smooth.

Obverse:

Three ripe pomegranates; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic.

Origin of motif:

Carving in a frieze found in an ancient synagogue at Capernaum.

Reverse:

The denomination "5 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Shamir Brothers.

Date of issue:

October 20, 1960.

Ceased to be legal tender:

February 22, 1980.

10 AGOROT

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Diameter:

21.5 mm.

Weight:

5 gr.

Edge:

Smooth.

Obverse:

Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic.

Origin of motif:

Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 C.E.).

Reverse:

The denomination "10 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy

Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Shamir Brothers.

Date of issue:

May 6, 1960.

Ceased to be legal tender:

March 31, 1984.

25 AGOROT

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Diameter:

25.5 mm.

Weight:

6.5 gr.

Edge:

Smooth.

Obverse:

Three-stringed lyre; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic.

Origin of motif:

Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 C.E.).

Reverse:

The denomination "25 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Shamir Brothers.

Date of issue:

March 17, 1960.

Ceased to be legal tender:

February 22, 1980.

1/2 LIRA

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Diameter:

24.5 mm.

Weight:

6.8 gr.

Edge:

Milled.

Obverse:

The emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.

Origin of motif:

Relief of the Arch of Titus.

Reverse:

The denomination "1/2 Israeli Pound" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Copper 75%, nickel 25%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Shamir Brothers.

Date of issue:

September 12, 1963.

Ceased to be legal tender:

March 31, 1984.

1 LIRA

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Diameter:

27.5 mm.

Weight:

9 gr.

Edge:

Alternatingly milled and smooth.

Obverse:

Three pomegranates; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.

Origin of motif:

Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 C.E.).

Reverse:

The denomination "1" between two stars; "One Israeli Pound" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Copper 75%, nickel 25%.

Design:

Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman.

Reverse: Zvi Narkiss.

Date of issue:

mid-September, 1967.

Ceased to be legal tender:

March 31, 1984.

5 LIROT

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Diameter:

30 mm.

Weight:

11.2 gr.

Edge:

Smooth.

Obverse:

Roaring lion; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.

Origin of motif:

An ancient Hebrew seal found at Megiddo.

Reverse:

The denomination "5 Israeli Pounds" and the date in Hebrew.

Alloy:

Copper 75%, nickel 25%.

Design:

Nathan Karp.

Models:

S. Kretchmer.

Date of issue:

September 21, 1978.

Ceased to be legal tender:

March 31, 1984.

Old SheqelSet

100 SHEQALIM

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Diameter: 29 mm.
Weight: 10.8 gr.
Edge: Slant-structured, wide and deep reeds.
Obverse: Replica 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, English and Arabic.
Reverse: The denomination "100 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%.

Design:

Obverse: Nathan Carp.

Reverse: Gabi Neumann.

Models: Obverse: Victor Houster.
Reverse: Tidhar Dagan.
Date of issue: May 2, 1984.
Ceased to be legal tender:

September 4, 1986.

50SHEQALIM

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Diameter: 28 mm. Weight: 9 gr. Edge: Milled. Obverse: Replica of a coin from the fourth year of the war of the Jews against Rome depicting a lulav between two etrogim; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Reverse: The denomination "50 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%. Design: Obverse: Gabi Neuman. Reverse: Nathan Karp. Models: Victor Houster. Date of issue: March 8, 1984. Ceased to be legal tender:

September 4, 1986

10SHEQALIM

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Diameter: 26 mm.
Weight: 8 gr.
Edge: Smooth.
Obverse: Ancient galley; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.
Origin of motif: Coin issued by Herod Archelaus (4 B.C.E. - 6 C.E.).
Reverse: The denomination "10 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, aluminium 25%.
Design: Gabi Neuman.
Models: Tidhar Dagan.
Date of issue: February 25, 1982.
Ceased to be legal tender:

September 4, 1986.

5SHEQALIM

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Diameter: 24 mm.
Weight: 6.1 gr.
Edge: Milled.
Obverse: Double cornucopia with pendant ribbon; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic.
Origin of motif: Coin from the period of John Hyrcanus I (135 - 104 B.C.E.).
Reverse: The denomination "5 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%.
Design: Obverse: Eliezer Weishoff.
Reverse: Nathan Karp.
Models: Obverse: Tidhar Dagan.
Reverse: S. Kretchmer.
Date of issue: September 10, 1981.
Ceased to be legal tender:

September 4, 1985.

1SHEQEL

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Diameter: 23 mm.
Weight: 5 gr.
Edge: Alternatingly milled and smooth.
Obverse: Chalice; "Sheqel Israel" in Hebrew.
Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 C.E.).
Reverse: The denomination "1 Sheqel" in Hebrew; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%.
Design: Obverse: Gabi Neuman.
Reverse: Zvi Narkiss.
Models: Tidhar Dagan.
Date of issue: January 22, 1981.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1985.

1/2 SHEQALIM

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Diameter: 20 mm. Weight: 3 gr. Edge: Milled. Obverse: Roaring lion; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: An ancient seal found at Megiddo. Reverse: The denomination "1/2 Sheqel" and the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel. Date of issue: February 24, 1980. Ceased to be legal tender: February 28, 1985.

10 NEW AGOROT

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Diameter: 16 mm. Weight: 2.1 gr. Edge: Milled. Obverse: Three pomegranates; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 C.E.). Reverse: The denomination "10 New Agorot" and the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Copper 92%, nickel 8%. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel. Date of issue: February 24, 1980. Ceased to be legal tender:

February 28, 1985.

5NEW AGOROT

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Diameter: 18.5 mm.
Weight: 0.9 gr.
Edge: Milled.
Obverse: The emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
Origin of motif: Relief of the Arch of Titus.
Reverse: The denomination "5 New Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Aluminium 97%, magnesium 3%.
Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel.
Date of issue: February 24, 1980.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.

1NEW AGORA

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Diameter: 15 mm. Weight: 0.6 gr. Edge: Smooth. Obverse: Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 C.E.). Reverse: The denomination "1 New Agora" and the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Aluminium 97%, magnesium 3%. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel. Date of issue: February 24, 1980. Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1985.

NewSheqelSet (Current)

1 AGORA

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Diameter: 17 mm. Weight: 2 gr. Edge: Smooth. Obverse: Ancient galley; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Origin of motif: Coin issued by Herod Archelaus (4 B.C.E. - 6 C.E.). Reverse: The denomination "1" on a square background; "Agora" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%. Design: Gabi Neumann. Date of issue:

September 4, 1985.

5 AGOROT

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Diameter: 19.5 mm. Weight: 3 gr. Edge: Smooth. Obverse: Replica of a coin from the fourth year of the war of the Jews against Rome depicting a lulav between two etrogim; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Reverse: The denomination "5" on a square background; "Agorot" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew. Alloy: Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%. Design: Gabi Neumann. Date of issue: September 4, 1985.

10 AGOROT

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Diameter: 22 mm. Weight: 4 gr. Edge: Smooth. Obverse: Replica 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.

1/2 New Sheqel

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Diameter: 26 mm. Weight: 6.5 gr. Edge: Smooth. Obverse: Lyre; the emblem of the State of Israel. Origin of motif: Ancient Hebrew seal with the inscription "Maadana, the King's daughter". Reverse: The denomination "1/2 New Sheqel" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Alloy: Copper 92%, aluminium 6%, nickel 2%. Design: Obverse: Nathan Karp. Reverse: Gabi Neumann. Date of issue:

September 4, 1985.

1 New Sheqel

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Diameter: 18 mm.
Weight: 4 gr.
Edge: Smooth.
Obverse: Lily; "Yehud" in ancient Hebrew; the emblem of the State of Israel.
Origin of motif: A Judean coin during the Persian period (6th-4th century B.C.E.).
Reverse: The denomination "1 New Sheqel" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%.
Design: Obverse and Model: Victor Houster.
Reverse: Gabi Neumann.
Date of issue: September 4, 1985



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