Holy Land Mint of Israel (Gold All Other)
Holy Land Mint of Israel Gold Coins - APMEX is proud to offer gold coins from Israel. Israel has been issuing its own coins since 1948, but it was not until 1960 that Israel issued its first gold coins. These gold coins are legal tender in Israel and have face values based on Israel's currency system. Through 1980, the coins issued by Israel were denominated in Lirot (pounds) and mils, with one pound equaling 100 mils. However, on February 24, 1980, the Israeli coinage system underwent a reform that changed the denominations of coins issued from that point on to 1985. In this reform, the coins were denominated in Sheqalim, or Shekels.
Furthermore, because of the coinage reform, the new system dictated that 10 Old Agorot would equal 1 New Agorah and that 100 New Agorot would equal 1 Sheqel. However, the coinage system once again experienced a reform on September 4, 1985. This reform enacted that coins be denominated in New Sheqalim. Therefore, following this reform, 10 Sheqalim would equal 1 Agorah, and 1,000 Sheqalim would be equivalent to 1 New Sheqel.
If you are looking to diversify your gold coin collection or gold investment portfolio, shop APMEX's assortment of gold coins from Israel. Israel has one of the most colorful and interesting histories of any country in the world. Representing the rich cultural heritage of Israel and Israel's place in the modern world, Israeli gold coins give you the opportunity to journey to the heart of this fascinating nation. Experience the traditions of Israel with APMEX's selection of Israeli gold coins. APMEX makes it easy to buy gold by offering competitive gold prices on all gold coins.
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The Shrine of the Book coin is the fourth release in the beautiful "Jerusalem of Gold" series. This 1 oz coin, struck in .9999 fine Gold, is crafted by The Holy Land Mint and has a face v.... Read More
This 1/2 oz .9167 fine Proof Gold coin depicts the tunnel of the water system at Megiddo, a jug found in an archeological dig at Megiddo, "Tel Megiddo" in.... Read More
This commemorative coin honors the 64th anniversary of the State of Israel. The Sea of Galilee, also called Kinneret in Hebrew, is Israel's largest freshwater lake and is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth.... Read More
This commemorative 1/2 oz Gold coin honors the 64th anniversary of the State of Israel. The Sea of Galilee, also called Kinneret in Hebrew, is Israel's largest freshwater lake and is the lowest freshwater lake on .... Read More
This 1/2 oz .9167 fine Proof Gold coin depicts an Olympic ribbon dancer with the inscription "The Olympic Delegation of Israel, 2012" in English and Hebrew and the word "Gy.... Read More
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The "Western Wall" coin, legal tender issued by the Bank of Israel, is second in the "Jerusalem of Gold" Series. Read More