5 Israeli Lirot 1958 Bank Of Israel Banknote, Vintage 1950s Middle East Money

5 Israeli Lirot 1958 Bank Of Israel Banknote, Vintage 1950s Middle East Israeli Paper Money Banknotes, Worker With A Hammer, Seal of Shema Meggido, Israel 5 Lira Pound Bill from 1958, Judaica Israel Old Banknote, Foreign World Currency, Israeli Cash, Holy Land Souvenir, Numismatics, Roaring Lion

This a great 1950s era currency note from Israel. The Israeli pound (Hebrew: Israeli lira) was the currency of the State of Israel from June 1952 until 23 February 1980. 

Brown on multicolored underprint.
Worker with a hammer in front of a factory at left, and as watermark.
Seal of Shema at right on the back.
During an expedition in Meggido in 1903-4, archaeologists discovered an ancient seal that reads, “Shema, servant of Jeroboam.”
Dimensions 140 x 78 mm

2 banknotes are in a good condition
1 banknote is in vintage condition (not ripped and no holes)
Please tell me which one you prefer


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