1/2 Israeli Lira banknote (Tombs of the Sanhedrin)

The Bank of Israel issued Israeli Pound banknotes in 8 different denominations, including this 1/2 Israeli Lira banknote (Tombs of the Sanhedrin). They are part of the obsolete Israeli Pound banknotes series. The Bank of Israel started issuing these 0.5 Israeli Pound banknotes in 1958. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1968.

The banknote of 1/2 Israeli Lira features a woman soldier with a basket of oranges. On the back of the half pound note, the value of which is equivalent to 50 agorot, is an image of the entrance to the Tombs of the Sanhedrin, an underground complex of rock-cut tombs.

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1 ILP = £0.04

You get: £0.02

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