Denomination: 50 New Seal
Size: 138 x 76 mm.
Dominant color: This special souvenir 50 New Israeli Seal note is printed with a special colored ink (OVI), which changes color when looked at from different angles.
Obverse: Portrait of Shai Y. Agnon; the denomination "Fifty New Seal" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew.
Reverse: A skyline of Jerusalem and a Jewish townlet in Eastern Europe; titles of 18 books by Agnon in mirroring; the denomination "50 New Seal" and "Bank of Israel" in Arabic and English.
Watermark: Portrait of Shai Y. Agnon.
Security Thread: In the middle of the note.
Look-Through: A three-sided pattern on the front merges with another on the back to form a Star of David when held against the light.
Sign for the Blind: A pentagon in the upper right-hand corner of the front.
Color of Numbering: Black.
Design: Eliezer Weishoff.
Year: 1998 / 5758
Date of Issue: September 4, 1985.
Note: 20,000 Special Banknotes were issued, 10,001 of which available as single Notes, bearing serial numbers from 10,000 to 20,000. The serial number of the Banknote consists of 5 figures (instead of 10, as is customary with regular Banknotes) and appears on the face, left of the watermark, vertical to the portrait.