État d'Israël (1948-présent)
|Type||Pièce non circulante|
|Valeur||1 New Shekel
1 ILS = 0,29 USD
|Devise||Nouveau shekel / sheqel (1986-présent)|
|Technique||Frappe à la presse|
|Orientation||Frappe médaille ↑↑|
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Israel Coins and Medals Corporation (https://israelmint.com)KM# 550
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States.
Et 5 autres volumes.
69th Anniversary of Independence - 50 Years Reunited Jerusalem
The face value, Israel State Emblem, in the lower border "Israel" in English, Hebrew and Arabic, around the upper border "Independence Day" and mint year in English and Hebrew. In the lower section, from left to right, are six of the landmarks of Jerusalem that appear on the reverse and, below, the mint mark.
INDEPENDENCE DAY 2017 • יום העצמאות התשע׳׳ז
ISREAL إسرائيل ישראל
Graveur : Zvika Roitman
The figure 50 highlighted on a frosted background in the center of a circle. Around the circle are famous landmarks on the Jerusalem skyline: upper left: the Knesset and continuing in clockwise direction, Chords Bridge, Jaffa Gate in the Old City Wall, the Western Wall, Abbey of the Dormition, Al-Aqsa, Old City Walls and Tower of David, modern skyscrapers, Shrine of the Book, Windmill, border inscription "Reunification of Jerusalem" in English, Hebrew and Arabic.
REUNIFICATION OF JERUSALEM • توحيد أورشليم • איחוד ירושלים
Graveur : Zvika Roitman
Throughout Jewish history, the holy city of Jerusalem has never been forgotten. Unique in its spirituality and beauty, it is the heart of Israel and the Jewish people, captivating the minds of millions around the world. Holy to each of the monotheistic religions, Jerusalem remains an eternal source of inspiration and focus of pilgrimage for people from all over the globe.
From 1947, before the establishment of the Jewish State in 1948, until 1967, Jerusalem was a divided city. The two parts of the city, each under different rule, were cut off from each other by barbed wire. During the Six Day War, on June 7, 1967, in the morning, the Israeli paratroopers broke through the Lions' Gate and made their way to the Western Wall. This was the pivotal moment of the reunification of Jerusalem.
The 50th Anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem is commemorated on shining gold and silver coins issued by the Bank of Israel. These coins will become valuable historic keepsakes to treasure forever.
Minting and Engraving: Dutch Mint
|5777 (2017) ✡||1 800||(en) התשע׳׳ז (Proof like)|
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