, B445 (PNL): 200 new shekels (US$58)Blue. Front: Menorah as registration device; open book in gold-to-green SPARK; fall leaves; Natan Alterman; microprinted poem “Eternal Meeting.” Back: Moonlit tree branches; menorah. Windowed color-changing security thread with demetalized 200 and portrait of Natan Alterman. Watermark: Natan Alterman and electrotype 200. Printer: Unknown.
, The Bank of Israel introduced the new 50-new shekel banknote on 16 September 2014. BOI B43 (PNL): 50 new shekels (US$15)Green. Front: Menorah as registration device; open book in gold-to-green SPARK; citrus trees and fruit; poet, Shaul Tchernichovsky; microprinted poem “Oh, My Land, My Homeland.” Back: Capital of Corinthian
20 new sheqalim, 2008. Like BOI B36, but new signature and new date. Courtesy of Yigal.
According to an article in Korea Times dated 24 June 2014, Korea Minting, Security Printing & ID Card Operating Corp. (KOMSCO) has seen its production volume halved over the past five years, and hopes to utilize excess capacity by obtaining contracts to print banknotes for other countries. Countries for which