10 Israeli Lirot banknote (Sir Moses Montefiore)
The Bank of Israel issued Israeli Pound banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 10 Israeli Lirot banknote (Sir Moses Montefiore). They are part of the obsolete Israeli Pound banknotes series. The Bank of Israel started issuing these 10 Israeli Pound banknotes in 1973. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1978.
Sir Moses Haim Montefiore, financier and banker, is featured on the old I£10 Lirot note from Israel. Next to his portrait on the front side is an image of Montefiore Windmill. The back side of the 1973-dated purple-coloured banknote shows Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem’s Old City, one of the original gates built around 1540 by the Turkish Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
In 1980 this 10 Lirot bill was replaced by a similarly designed 1 Shekel note, following Israel’s currency changeover from the Pound to the Shekel at a rate of 10 pounds to 1 shekel.
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