From this series onwards, the banknotes of Israel are printed in several state or state-controlled banknote printing works in Europe.
Size: 135 X 75 mm
Dominant colour: Blue
Front: Fisherman carrying fishing gear against a background of a bay; the denomination "One Israeli Pound" and "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew
Back: Mosaic from the floor of an ancient synagogue at lssafiya on Mt. Carmel; "Bank of Israel" in Hebrew, English and Arabic
Watermark: The face of the fisherman
Security thread: On the left-hand side of the note
Colour of numbering: Black. Red (June 1964)
Signatures: Governor of the Bank David Horowitz; Chairman of the Advisory Council J.E. Nebenzahl
Design: (Front) Shamir Brothers, (Reverse) Jacob Zim
Date of issue: October 15, 1959
Ceased to be legal tender: March 31, 1984
Note: In the 1966 series the security thread on the left was moved to the middle and replaced by a morse code signifying "Bank of Israel"
Colour of numbering of this series - brown
Source: Bank of Israel web site