10 Israeli Lirot banknote (type 1968)

The Bank of Israel issued Israeli Pound banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 10 Israeli Lirot banknote (type 1968). They are part of the obsolete Israeli Pound banknotes series. The Bank of Israel started issuing these 10 Israeli Pound banknotes in 1968. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1973.

On the front side of Israel’s 10 Lirot banknote from 1968 is the portrait of Jewish poet Chaim Nahman Bialik. The poet’s house in Tel Aviv is featured on the back side. The text on the note is in Hebrew except for the text in English reading “Bank of Israel”.

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