Cold cash or credit card?
How do you like to pay?
Either way is good for ABC Wednesday's C Day.
Our newest form of currency, the plastic 20 shekel banknote, first came out in 2008.
The polypropylene (a polymer substrate) note is printed by Orell Fuessli Security Printing of Zürich.
(They say Israel is the land of milk and honey but Switzerland is the land of milk and money.)
The face of the bill has the face of Moshe Sharett; a picture of the ceremony of the unfurling of theIsraeli flag at the UN building on May 12, 1949; and the text of the speech given by Sharett on that occasion.
But most fun is the transparent "see-through" in the shape of a magen David.
Here's lookin' at ya!