Israel 10 New Sheqalim

Israel 10 New Sheqalim


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The Israeli new sheqalim is the official currency of Israel since 1986 when it replaced the old shekel; the legal tender is also used in the Palestinian territories of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The official currency symbol; ₪. The name is derived from the Hebrew root (š-q-l), meaning “weigh”. After the economic crisis in the 1980s, the Bank of Israel, commanded by the Government of Israel, decided to remain under more efficient and cautious fiscal and monetary policies, which allowed the introduction of market economic reforms, achieving a more competitive Israeli economy.  In 1985, a new series of coins was introduced in denominations of 1 agora, 5 agorot, 10 agorot, ₪1/2, ₪1, followed by ₪5 in 1990 and ₪2 in 2007.

The 10 Israeli new sheqalim coin front design illustrates a palm tree with two baskets full of coconut fruits on each side, the National Emblem (consist of a menorah surrounded by an olive branch and the writing Israel in the Hebrew language) and a pearl design that surrounds the right half of the coin; the other half features a pattern of vertical lines. The reverse coin design illustrates the denomination in Hebrew and English, the date in Hebrew, the left half features a pattern of vertical lines and some coconut fruits. This coin is part of the 1995 – 2017 (5755- 5777) series, its rim is fluted, and its color is gold and silver.

Text: Israel, For the Redemption of Zion, 10 New Sheqalim, Israel 5762 (2002).

Additional information


Current Israeli new shekel coin



Tender Types


Product Currencies

Israeli New Sheqalim

Country coin denominations

0.05, 0.1, 0.5, 1, 10, 2, 5


Gold, Silver

Composition material

Bimetallic: bronze plated steel centre in nickel plated steel ring


23 mm


2.2 mm




Medal alignment ↑↑


7 g


Palm tree (Arecaceae)


1995, 2017


Basket, Fruits, Menorah Surrounded, Olive branch

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