current Israeli New Shekel banknotes
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Convert your leftover current Israeli New Shekel banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Israel.
Israeli new shekel banknotes are issued by the Jerusalem-based Bank of Israel. The current set of banknotes in Israel are those of the Third Series. The new notes of ₪20, ₪50, ₪100 and ₪200 were introduced between 2014 and 2017 and they replaced the Second Series from 2021.
If you have leftover Israeli Shekel banknotes, we can exchange them for you. We also give cash for withdrawn Israeli new shekel banknotes from the Second Series, demonetized Israeli new shekel banknotes from the First Series, as well as for Israeli Shekel coins. In addition we exchange obsolete Old Israeli Shekel banknotes (1980-1985).
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20 Israeli New Sheqalim banknote (Rachel Bluwstein)The red and pink coloured ₪20 Israeli New Shekels banknote features Israeli poet Rachel Bluwstein and her poem ‘Kinneret’ in microprinting. Kinneret is the other name of the Sea of Galilee, which is pictured on the back side of the 20 ILS bill.You get: £3.499401 ILS = £0.1749700000
50 Israeli New Shekels banknote (Shaul Tchernichovsky)The 50 new Shekels banknote is part of the Third Series banknote, featuring Hebrew poets. The green colored fifty new sheqalim bill has a portrait of Israeli poet Shaul Tchernichovsky and one of his poems in microprinting.You get: £8.748501 ILS = £0.1749700000
100 Israeli New Sheqalim banknote (Leah Goldberg)The Israeli poet Leah Goldberg and her poem ‘the almond tree blossoms’ are featured on this banknote of 100 New Shekels. The ₪100 ILS bill is yellow and orange coloured and measures 143mm by 71mm. Elements from the poem are pictured on the 2017 dated 100 shekels banknote: gazelles and blossom flowers.You get: £17.497001 ILS = £0.1749700000
200 Israeli New Shekels banknote (Nathan Alterman)The blue colored 200 new shekels bill features Hebrew poet Nathan Alterman. It belongs to the new set of 3rd Series ILS banknotes. The 200 sheqalim note features one of Alderman’s poems in microprinting.You get: £34.994001 ILS = £0.1749700000