The Israeli Pound, or Lira (plural Lirot), was the currency of the State of Israel from 1952 until 1980, when it was replaced by the Old Shekel at a rate of 10 lirot for 1 shekel.
The Israeli Pound had ILP as its currency code. The symbol “I£” was used along with ל”י. Israeli Pounds no longer have a monetary value but at Leftover Currency we provide a way to exchange your old money from Israel to cash. In addition to Israeli Pounds we also exchange Israeli Old Shekel and Israeli New Shekel.
To convert your old Israeli Lirot money to cash, select the type of Israeli Pounds you want to exchange: