What is agora worth?
All Israeli coins are modern coins. This 10 agorot coin is worth less than $1 US dollar. A collector might pay a few US dollars for a fully uncirculated piece.
What is an agora coin?
Currently, the term agora refers to the 100th part of the new shekel. There are coins of 10 and 50 agorot, though the 50 agorot coin bears the inscription: “1⁄2 New Shekel”.
Which Israeli coins are valuable?
Israel Rare Commemorative Coins | Alexcoins
- $299. ISRAEL SILVER UNC COIN 250 PRUTA 1949 YEAR KM#15a.
- $399. PALESTINE – RARE 1 MIL UNC COIN 1940 YEAR KM#1 PCG.
- $28. ISRAEL – SET 18 TRADE UNC COINS 10 SHEQELS 1984 YE.
- $28. ISRAEL – SET 10 TRADE UNC COINS 100 SHEQELS 1985 Y.
What are Israeli coins called?
sheqel, also spelled shekel, monetary unit of Israel. The sheqel (plural: sheqalim) is divided into 100 agorot. Israel’s current monetary system, based on the New Israeli Sheqel (NIS), was established in 1985, when the old sheqel was replaced at a rate of 1,000 old sheqalim to 1 new sheqel (NIS 1).
How much is an Israeli coin?
|10c||23.60 mm||5.65 g|
|20c||28.65 mm||11.3 g|
|50c||Dodecagon 31.65 mm (across flats)||15.55 g|
Are old Israeli Shekels worth anything?
The Old Israeli Shekel is an obsolete currency for which the banknotes have no more monetary value.
What are Israel coins made of?
|10 agorot||22 mm||Aluminium bronze 92% copper 6% aluminium 2% nickel|
|₪1||18 mm||Cupronickel 75% copper 25% nickel (1985–1993) Nickel-plated steel (1994–present)|
Where can I exchange Israeli shekel?
Foreign currency of all kinds may be exchanged at the airport, banks, post offices, most hotels or licensed exchange agencies in large cities. A passport is required when exchanging travelers’ checks. The rates vary from place to place, and banks charge a commission.