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299 Hundred New Sheqalim
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Denomination: 200 New Sheqalim

Size: 138 x 76 mm

Dominant Color: Orange

Obverse: Portrait of Zalman Shazar, third president of Israel; Candelabrum formed from DNA molecule, as a symbol to the progress of science; In the background - the poem "compulsory education law" written by Natan Alterman in 1949; the denomination "Two Hundred New Sheqalim" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew

Reverse: A girl leaning over a table; Hebrew letters; the denomination "Two Hundred New Sheqalim" and "Bank of Israel" in Arabic and English

Watermark: Portrait of Zalman Shazar

Security Thread: In the center of the note

Look-Through: Eight triangles on the front merge with four triangles on the back to form a Star of David when held against the light

Sign for the Blind: An identical geometric form on the front and the back

Color of Numbering: Black on the lower part of the note and red on the upper part

Signatures:
Governor of the Bank:
     Series A Michael Bruno
     Series B Jacob Frenkel
Chairman of the Advisory Council:
     Series A  Shlomo Lorincz.
     Series B  Shlomo Lorincz.

Design:
     Front: Moshe Pereg;
     Back: Dror Ben-Dov

Printer: JEZ

Note Dated: 1991 / 5751 (Pick 057a)
                    : 1994 / 5754 (Pick 057b)

Date of Issue: February 16, 1992

Issuing Bank: Bank of Israel

Series: New Sheqel Series 1

Demonetized: 1 July 2000 ( Redeemable until 31 December 2005)

Pick Number: P-057