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20NIS,JERUSALEM WINDMILL, Gold, 24K, Israel, 2019
20NIS,JERUSALEM WINDMILL, Gold, 24K, Israel, 201920NIS,JERUSALEM WINDMILL, Gold, Israel, 201920NIS,JERUSALEM WINDMILL, Gold, Israel, 2019

20NIS,JERUSALEM WINDMILL, Gold, 9999,Israel, 2019

CODE: IL201900015


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Ninth in the "Jerusalem of Gold" Bullion Coin Series

Legal Tender issued by the Bank of Israel

One of the first Jerusalem landmarks to crop up outside the Old City walls, the Montefiore Windmill was named for its funder, British Jewish philanthropist Moses (or Moshe in Hebrew)Montefiore. It was built in 1857 at the site where the Mishkenot Sha’ananim neighborhood would be established 12 years later.It was originally designed as a flour mill, and was part of Montefiore’s project to help the Old Yishuv become more self-sufficient.

Montefiore, who was devoted to promoting industry in the Holy Land, also built a printing press and a textile factory and undertook many more projects.The windmill was phased out of use as a flour mill in 1891, after the Jewish community began using steam-powered mills to grind their wheat.However, it continued to bear a cultural significance and during the 1948 War of Independence was used by Jewish fighters as an observation point.British authorities responded by bombing the windmill, an assault aptly titled “Operation Don Quixote.”


Courtesy by iTravel, the official Jerusalem travel site Design: Osnat Eshel


Coin Description

Obverse:  The Lion of Megiddo, with its stylized curved tail, is taken from an ancient seal excavated in Megiddo (Armageddon) in the Jordan Valley, dating from the 8th century BCE. The seal belonged to Shema, servant of King Jeroboam II. The lion is the symbol of the Tribe of Judah and Jerusalem. 

Above the lion is the Israel State Emblem and below it, “Israel” in English, Hebrew and Arabic.  

Reverse: The Jerusalem Windmill and in the foreground, the outline of the walls of the Old City and Tower of David, in the upper border,“Jerusalem” in English, Hebrew and Arabic, upper right, the face value "20 New Shekels" and mint year in Hebrew and English,below is the Star of David mint mark, around the lower border is the metal fineness and weight, “1 oz. fine gold .9999” in Hebrew and English.

Maximum Mintage:  3600 pieces

Design: Osnat Eshel


Catalogue No. Metal Nominal Value I.S.  Finish: Mint Mark
 33108320  Gold.9999  NIS 20 Brilliant Uncirculated Star of David   32.0   31.1   3,600




Χρυσός (Gold)
31,1 gr/γρ
20 NIS

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