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100 Sheqalim
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Denomination: 100 Sheqalim

Size: 159 x 76 mm

Dominant Color: Orange-brown

Obverse: Portrait of Ze'ev Jabotinsky; the old inn "Shuni" near Binyamina; the denomination "One Hundred Sheqalim" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew

Reverse: Herod Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem; the word "Jerusalem" in microtext; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic

Watermark: Profile of Ze'ev Jabotinsky

Security Thread: On the left-hand side of the note

Look-through: The first zero in the number "100" In the upper left-hand corner of the front merges with the corresponding zero in the number "100" in the upper right-hand corner of the back

Sign for the Blind: Parallel horizontal lines, narrow In the middle and wide in the upper and lower sides

Color of Numbering: Black

Signatures:
Governor of the Bank Arnon Gafni
Chairman of the Advisory Council Mark Mosevicz

Design: Dutch artists

Printer: JEZ (w/o Imprint)

Note Dated: 1979 / 5739

Date of Issue: December 11, 1980

Issuing Bank: Bank of Israel

Series: Sheqel Series

Demonetized: September 4, 1986

Pick Number: P-047

Note: A special issue of this denomination has two brown squares beside the numbering.