KM#51 – Israel, 1968 10 Lirot (Silver), mintage: 20,501.
The bank of Israel issued the “Jerusalem” coins to commemorate the reunification of the Old City and mark the event of the State’s 20th Anniversary.
Obverse: The coin displays a panoramic view of the reunified City of Jerusalem. The State Emblem appears a left. The Gold coin with the inscription in Hebrew, “Twentieth Year of the State of Israel”.
Reverse: A copy of the silver seal of the Bar Kochba revolt appears in the center of the coin. The inscription in Hebrew, “Israeli Lirot” with the date “5728-1968” in Hebrew and English.The word “Israel” in Hebrew, Arabic and English, at the right of the columns with the denomination “10”.
The Silver Proof coin is identified with a small Hebrew ‘mem’ at the bottom rim.
Tremendous Eye Appeal!!! Gem Unc condition. Grades PCGS PR67
PCGS Cert Verification: 81427515
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