NO LONGER MINTED ISRAELI COINS INVENTORY

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Last updated: 08-12-12

PRUTA SERIES (1948-1960):


KM#9 1 Pruta (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: October 25, 1950.
Obverse: Anchor; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin of Alexander Jannaeus (103 - 76 B.C.). He also minted one of 20 possible coins called a "widow's mite".
Bible: Reference(s) to Widow's Mite ("lepton" or "prutah") see Mark 12:41-44; Luke 12:59; 21:1-4
Reverse: The denomination "1 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Aluminum 97%, magnesium 3%. Diameter: 21 mm. Weight: 1.3 gr. Edge: Smooth.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#10 5 Pruta (Copper color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: December 28, 1950.
Obverse: Four-stringed lyre, "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132-135 AD).
Bible: Reference(s) to lyre/harp see 1 Samuel 16:23; Psalm 33:2, 98:5, 147:7, 149:3, 150:3
Reverse: The denomination "5 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 95%, Tin 3%, Zince 2%. Diameter: 20 mm. Weight: 3.2 gr. Edge: Smooth.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#11 10 Pruta (Copper color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: January 4, 1950.
Obverse: Two-handed amphora/vase; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Olive see Gen 8:11;Ex 27:20; Lev 24:2; Deut 8:81 Kings 6:32-33; Zech 4:11
Reverse: The denomination "10 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 95%, tin 3%, zinc 2%. Diameter: 27 mm. Weight: 6.1 gr. Edge: Smooth.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#17 10 Pruta (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 18, 1952.
Obverse: Ceremonial pitcher flanked by sprigs/Single-handled jug flanked with palm branches; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "10 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Aluminum 97%, magnesium 3%. Diameter: 24.5 mm. Weight: 1.6 gr. Edge: Scalloped.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#12 25 Pruta (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: January 4, 1950.
Obverse: Cluster of grapes; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Grapes see Numbers 13:20-24; Deuteronomy 24:21; Matthew 7:16
Reverse: The denomination "25 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 19.5 mm. Weight: 2.8 gr. Edge: Milled.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#13.1 50 Pruta (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: May 11, 1949.
Obverse: Vine leaf; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin from the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Vineyard see Genesis 9:20; Leviticus 25:3-5; Psalm 107:37; Proverbs 31:16; Isaiah 5; John 15:1-11
Reverse: The denomination "50 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 23.5 mm. Weight: 5.6 gr. Edge: Milled/smooth.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.


KM#14 100 Pruta (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: May 25, 1949.
Obverse: Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132-135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "100 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 28.5 mm. Weight: 11.3 gr. Edge: Milled.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.


KM#15 250 Pruta (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: October 11, 1950.
Obverse: Three Palm Branches; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews agains Rome (66 - 70 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "250 Pruta" and the date in Hebrew; two stylized olive branches around the rim.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 32.2 mm. Weight: 14.1 gr. Edge: Milled.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.

AGORA AND LIRA SERIES (1960-1980):


KM#24.1 1 Agora (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: May 12, 1960.
Obverse: Three ears of barley; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin of Agrippa I (37 - 44 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Herod Agrippa I see Acts 12:1-23
Reverse: The denomination "1 Agora" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Aluminum 97%, magnesium 3%.
Diameter: 20 mm. Weight: 1.03 gr. Edge: Scalloped. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#25 5 Agorot (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: October 20, 1960.
Obverse: Three ripe pomegranates; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Carving in a frieze found in an ancient synagogue at Capernaum.
Bible: Reference(s) to Capernaum see Isaiah 9:1-2; Matthew 4:13-16; Mark 1:21; Luke 10:15; John 6:59
Bible: Reference(s) to Pomegranates see Exodus 28:33, 39:24-25; 1 Kings 7:18-20; Jeremiah 52:22-23
Reverse: The denomination "5 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 17.5 mm. Weight: 2.3 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#25b 5 Agorot (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: 1976.
Obverse: Three ripe pomegranates; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Carving in a frieze found in an ancient synagogue at Capernaum.
Bible: Reference(s) to Capernaum see Isaiah 9:1-2; Matthew 4:13-16; Mark 1:21; Luke 10:15; John 6:59
Bible: Reference(s) to Pomegranates see Exodus 28:33, 39:24-25; 1 Kings 7:18-20; Jeremiah 52:22-23
Reverse: The denomination "5 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Aluminum Diameter: 17.5 mm. Edge: Smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#26 10 Agorot (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: May 6, 1960.
Obverse: Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "10 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 21.5 mm. Weight: 5 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.



KM#26b 10 Agorot (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue:1977.
Obverse: Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "10 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Aluminum Diameter: 21.5 mm. Edge: Smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.



KM#27 25 Agorot (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: March 17, 1960.
Obverse: Three-stringed lyre; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to lyre/harp see 1 Samuel 16:23; Psalm 33:2, 98:5, 147:7, 149:3, 150:3
Reverse: The denomination "25 Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 25.5 mm. Weight: 6.5 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 22, 1980.



KM#36.1 1/2 Lira (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 12, 1963.
Obverse: Menorah - The emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Origin of motif: Relief of the Arch of Titus.
Bible: Reference(s) to Menorah see Exodus 25:31-40; 37:17-24
Reverse: The denomination "1/2 Israeli Pound" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 24.5 mm. Weight: 6.8 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Shamir Brothers.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.



KM#47.1 1 Lira (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: mid-September, 1967.
Obverse: Three pomegranates; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Pomegranates see Exodus 28:33, 39:24-25; 1 Kings 7:18-20; Jeremiah 52:22-23
Reverse: The denomination "1" between two stars; "One Israeli Pound" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 27.5 mm. Weight: 9 gr. Edge: Alternating milled and smooth. Design: Obverse: Rothschild and Lippman. Reverse: Zvi Narkiss.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.


KM#90 5 Lirot (Nickel Color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 21, 1978.
Obverse: Roaring lion; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: An ancient seal found at Megiddo ("The Lion of Megiddo" 8th Century B.C. in the Jordan Valley). The seal belonged to a servant of King Jereboam II. The lion is also the symbol of the tribe of Judah and Israel's capital, Jerusalem.
Bible: Reference(s) to Lion see Proverbs 19:12; Isaiah 5:29; Hosea 11:10; Amos 3:4,8
Bible: Reference(s) to Judah see Genesis 29:35; 49:-12; Deuteronomy 33:7; 1 Chronicles 28:4; Matthew 21:9; Hebrews 7:14
Bible: Reference(s) to Megiddo see 1 Kings 9:15; 2 Kings 23:29-30; Revelation 16:16
Reverse: The denomination "5" Israeli Pounds" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 30 mm. Weight: 11.2 gr. Edge: smooth. Design: Nathan Karp. Models: S. Kretchmer
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.

NEW AGORA AND SHEQEL SERIES (1980-1985):


KM#106 1 New Agora (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: February 24, 1980.
Obverse: Palm tree; "Israel" in Hebrew and Arabic. Origin of motif: Bar-Kochba coin (132 - 135 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Palm Trees see Psalm 92:12; Leviticus 23:40; Deuteronomy 34:3; John 12:13
Reverse: The denomination "1 New Agora" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: aluminum 97%, magnesium 3%. Diameter: 15 mm. Weight: 0.6 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1985.



KM#107 5 New Agorot (Aluminum) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: February 24, 1980.
Obverse: Menorah - The emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Origin of motif: Relief of the Arch of Titus.
Bible: Reference(s) to Menorah see Exodus 25:31-40; 37:17-24
Reverse: The denomination "5 New Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Aluminum 97%, magnesium 3%. Diameter: 18.5 mm. Weight: 0.9 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel.
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984.



KM#108 10 New Agorot (Copper) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: February 24, 1980.
Obverse: Three pomegranates; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Pomegranates see Exodus 28:33, 39:24-25; 1 Kings 7:18-20; Jeremiah 52:22-23
Reverse: The denomination "10 New Agorot" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, nickel 8%. Diameter: 16 mm. Weight: 2.1 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 28, 1985.



KM#109 1/2 Sheqel (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: February 24, 1980.
Obverse: Roaring lion; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: An ancient seal found at Megiddo ("The Lion of Megiddo" 8th Century B.C. in the Jordan Valley). The seal belonged to a servant of King Jereboam II. The lion is also the symbol of the tribe of Judah and Israel's capital, Jerusalem.
Bible: Reference(s) to Lion see Proverbs 19:12; Isaiah 5:29; Hosea 11:10; Amos 3:4,8
Bible: Reference(s) to Judah see Genesis 29:35; 49:-12; Deuteronomy 33:7; 1 Chronicles 28:4; Matthew 21:9; Hebrews 7:14
Bible: Reference(s) to half-sheqel and the TEMPLE TAX, see Exodus 30:11-16
Bible: Reference(s) to Megiddo see 1 Kings 9:15; 2 Kings 23:29-30; Revelation 16:16
Reverse: The denomination "1/2 Sheqel" and the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 20 mm. Weight: 3 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Currency Supply Unit, Bank of Israel.
Ceased to be legal tender: February 28, 1985.



KM#111 1 Sheqel (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: January 22, 1981.
Obverse: Chalice; "Sheqel Israel" in Hebrew. Origin of motif: Coin minted during the war of the Jews against Rome (66 - 70 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Shekel of the Sanctuary see Exodus 38:24; Numbers 7 (vs. 13ff)
Reverse: The denomination "1 Sheqel" in Hebrew; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 23 mm. Weight: 5 gr. Edge: Alternating milled and smooth. Design: Obverse: Gabi Neumann. Reverse: Zvi Narkiss. Models: Tidhar Dagan.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1985.



KM#118 5 Sheqalim (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 10, 1981.
Obverse: Double cornucopia with pendant ribbon; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin from the period of John Hyrcanus I (135 - 104 B.C.). He also minted one of 20 possible coins called a "widow's mite".
Bible: Reference(s) to Widow's Mite ("lepton" or "prutah") see Mark 12:41-44; Luke 12:59; 21:1-4
Bible: Reference(s) to 5 Shekels see Leviticus 27:6; Numbers 3:47, 18:16
Reverse: The denomination "5 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 24 mm. Weight: 6.1 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Obverse: Eliezer Weishoff. Reverse: Nathan Karp. Models: Obverse: Tidhar Dagan. Reverse: S. Kretchmer.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1985.



KM#119 10 Sheqalim (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: February 25, 1982.
Obverse: Ancient galley; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. Origin of motif: Coin issued by Herod Archelaus (4 B.C. - 6 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Herod Archelaus see Matthew 2:13-23 (specifically verse 22)
Reverse: The denomination "10 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, Aluminum 25%. Diameter: 26 mm. Weight: 8 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Gabi Neumann. Models: Tidhar Dagan.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1986.

KM#134 Hanukkah Edition
Date of issue: November 1, 1983. Year: 1984
Addition to the Reverse: The word "Hanukka" in Hebrew and English separated by a tiny candelabrum.

KM#137 Herzl Edition
Date of issue: January 10, 1984. Year: 1984
Obverse: A silhouette of Theodor Herzl on a background formed by the repetition of the word "Herzl".



KM#139 50 Sheqalim (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: March 8, 1984.
Obverse: Image of a coin from the fourth year of the war of the Jews against Rome depicting a lulav between two etrogim; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. This is also one of 20 possible coins called a "widow's mite"
Bible: Reference(s) to Widow's Mite ("lepton" or "prutah") see Mark 12:41-44; Luke 12:59; 21:1-4
Reverse: The denomination "50 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English between two stars; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 28 mm. Weight: 9 gr. Edge: Milled. Design: Obverse: Gabi Neumann. Reverse: Nathan Karp. Models: Victor Houster.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1986

KM#147 Ben Gurion Edition
Date of issue: January 2, 1985. Year: 1985
Obverse: An image of David Ben-Gurion on a background of candelabra.


KM#143 100 Sheqalim (Nickel color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: May 2, 1984.
Obverse: Image of a coin issued by Mattathias Antigonus (37-40 A.D.) with the seven-branched candelabrum; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic."
Bible: Reference(s) to Menorah see Exodus 25:31-40; 37:17-24
Reverse: The denomination "100 Sheqalim" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 75%, nickel 25%. Diameter: 29 mm. Weight: 10.8 gr. Edge: Slant-structured, wide and deep reeds. Design: Obverse: Gabi Neumann. Reverse: Nathan Karp. Models: Victor Houster.
Ceased to be legal tender: September 4, 1986

KM#146 Hanukkah Edition
Date of issue: December 2, 1984.
Addition to the Obverse: The word "Hanukka" in Hebrew and English separated by a tiny 9-branched candelabrum
Design: Gabi Neumann.

KM#151 Ze'ev Jabotinsky Edition
Date of issue: May 12, 1985.
Obverse: A silhouette of Ze'ev Jabotinsky on a background of Stars of David.
Design: Gabi Neumann.

AGORA AND NEW SHEQEL SERIES (1985-PRESENT)


KM#156 1 Agora (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 4, 1985
. Obverse: Ancient galley; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. Origin of motif: Coin issued by Herod Archelaus (4 B.C. - 6 A.D.).
Bible: Reference(s) to Herod Archelaus see Matthew 2:13-23 (specifically verse 22)
Reverse: The denomination "1" on a square background; "Agora" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 17 mm. Weight: 2 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Gabi Neumann.
Ceased to be legal cash tender: April 1, 1991.

KM#171 Hanukkah Edition
Date of issue: December 10, 1986. Year: 1987
Addition to the Reverse: The word "Hanukka" in Hebrew and English separated by a tiny candelabrum.

KM#193 40th Anniversary Edition
Date of issue: June 7, 1988. Year: 1988
Addition to the Reverse: The words "Israel's 40th Anniversary" in Hebrew.



KM#157 5 Agorot (Bronze color) (click to zoom)

Date of issue: September 4, 1985.
Obverse: Image of a coin from the fourth year of the war of the Jews against Rome depicting a lulav between two etrogim; the emblem of the State of Israel; "Israel" in Hebrew, Arabic and English. This is also one of 20 possible coins called a "widow's mite"
Bible: Reference(s) to Widow's Mite ("lepton" or "prutah") see Mark 12:41-44; Luke 12:59; 21:1-4
Reverse: The denomination "5" on a square background; "Agorot" in Hebrew and English; the date in Hebrew.
Alloy: Copper 92%, Aluminum 6%, nickel 2%. Diameter: 19.5 mm. Weight: 3 gr. Edge: Smooth. Design: Gabi Neumann.
Ceased to be legal cash tender: January 1, 2008.

KM#172 Hanukkah Edition
Date of issue: December 10, 1986. Year: 1987
Addition to the Reverse: The word "Hanukka" in Hebrew and English separated by a tiny candelabrum.

KM#194 40th Anniversary Edition
Date of issue: June 7, 1988. Year: 1988
Addition to the Reverse: The words "Israel's 40th Anniversary" in Hebrew.



COINS WITH PICTURES ABOVE I USUALLY HAVE AVAILABLE FOR SALE

The list below is a list of coins that I have for my reference

PRUTA SERIES (1948-1960):

 1 Pruta (Aluminum - Anchor)
 5 Pruta (Copper - 4-stringed Lyre)
 10 Pruta (Copper - Amphora)
 10 Pruta (Aluminum - scalloped edge - pitcher)
10 Pruta (Aluminum - smooth edge - pitcher)
 25 Pruta (Nickel - Grapes)
 50 Pruta (Nickel - Vine Leaf)
 100 Pruta (Nickel - Palm Tree)
 250 Pruta (Nickel - 3 oat sprigs)

AGORA AND LIRA SERIES (1960-1980)

 1 Agora (Aluminum - 3 oat sprigs)
 5 Agorot (Bronze - Pomegranates)
 5 Agorot (Aluminum - Pomegranates)
 10 Agorot (Bronze - Palm Tree)
 10 Agorot (Aluminum - Palm Tree)
 25 Agorot (Bronze - 3-stringed Lyre)
 1/2 Lira (Nickel - Menorah)
1 Lira (Nickel - Menorah)
 1 Lira (Nickel - 3 Pomegranates)
 5 Lira (Nickel - Lion)

NEW AGORA AND SHEQEL SERIES (1980-1985)

 1 Agora (Aluminum - Palm Tree)
 5 Agorot (Aluminum - Menorah)
 10 Agorot (3 Pomegranates)
 1/2 Sheqel (Nickel - Lion)
 1 Sheqel (Nickel - Chalice)
 5 Sheqalim (Bronze - Double Cornucopia)
 10 Sheqalim (Nickel - Galley Ship)
10 Sheqalim "Hanukka"
10 Sheqalim Theodore Hertzl
 50 Sheqalim (Bronze - Ancient Coin)
50 Sheqalim David Ben Gurion
 100 Sheqalim (Menorah Coin)
100 Sheqalim "Hanukka"
100 Sheqalim Ze'ev Jabotinsky

AGORA AND NEW SHEQEL SERIES (1985-PRESENT)

 1 Agora (Brzone - Galley Ship)
1 Agora "Hanukka"
1 Agora 40th Anniversary
 5 Agorot (Bronze - Ancient Coin)
5 Agorot "Hanukka"
5 Agorot 40th Anniversary
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 10 Agorot (Bronze - Menorah Coin)
10 Agorot "Hanukka"
10 Agorot 40th Anniversary
 1/2 Sheqel (Bronze - Lyre)
1/2 Sheqel "Hanukka"
1/2 Sheqel 40th Anniversary
1/2 Sheqel Edmond de Rothschild
 1 Sheqel (Nickel - Lily)
1 Sheqel "Hanukka"
1 Sheqel 40th Anniversary
1 Sheqel Rambam (Maimonides)
 2 Sheqalim (Double Cornucopia)
 5 Sheqalim (Column)
5 Sheqalim "Hanukka"
5 Sheqalim Levi Eshkol
5 Sheqalim Chaim Weizmann
 10 Sheqel (Palm Tree with Baskets)
10 Sheqalim "Hanukka"
10 Sheqalim Golda Meir

Hanukkah Edition Coin Sets (current series NLM)
 1 Agora
 5 Agorot
 10 Agorot
 1/2 Sheqel
 1 Sheqel


   

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