The second in a Series of Commemorative Coins designed by renowned Israeli artists is the Architecture Coin, issued by the Bank of Israel.
Israeli-born Artist, Professor Yarom Vardimon, winner of many international awards including the Icograda Design Excellence Award, has skillfully combined basic geometrical shapes to create the first letter of the Hebrew Alphabet, “Aleph”, which is also the first letter in the Hebrew word for “Architecture”.
Geometric shapes that form the Hebrew letter "Aleph", in the center. The words "Architecture and Design" in Hebrew and English, around the rim.
The denomination, "1, 2 or 10" with the year of issue 5764/2004 and the word "Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic. The State Emblem at the right. The Proof coins mintmarked with a Hebrew 'mem' at the bottom. The Uncirculated coins with a six pointed 'Star of David'.
NIS-New Israel Sheqalim