Denomination: 200 New Sheqalim
Size: 138 x 71 mm
Dominant Color: Red
Design: Portrait of Zalman Shazar; picture of pupils in an elementary school class. Text from Shazars address to the Knesset on July 13, 1949, after the Compulsory Education Law was passed.
Latent image: A triangle in the right-hand corner
Sign for the Blind: Two horizontal lines in intaglio ink at the top left of the note.
Denomination: In the top right-hand corner in numbers, in Hebrew and with the words "Bank of Israel"; and in the bottom left-hand corner in metallic gold.
Watermark: Portrait of Zalmar Shazar and a small circle beneath it enclosing the initial of his surname (in Hebrew)
Security Thread: Threaded through the paper below the middle of the note
Year of Printing: 1999 - beneath the portrait, in the colored strip
Design: Picture of a typical alley in the town of Safed a spiritual center of Kabbalists. Text taken from Shazars essay, Tzofayih Tzefat (Thy Watchers, O Safed), first published in 1950.
Microtext: To the right of the main text with titles of fifteen of Zalman Shazars works.
Denomination: In numbers with the words "New Sheqalim" and "Bank of Israel"; in iridescent ink and in Arabic characters
Optical Variable Ink: A triangle composed of small squares, with the apex pointing to the right
See-through: A small triangle printed on either side of the note; the two triangles form a precise Star of David
Serial Numbers: Once in violet and once in black which reflects UV light.
Designers: Naomi and Meir Eshel
Date of Issue: October 31, 1999.
Issuing Bank: Bank of Israel
Series: New Sheqel Series 2
Pick Number: P-062