Palestine pound

The Palestine pound (Arabic: جُنَيْه فِلَسْطَينِيّ‎, junayh filastini; Hebrew: (פוּנְט פַּלֶשְׂתִינָאִי (א״י‎, funt palestina'i , also (לירה was the currency of the British Mandate of Palestine from 1 November 1927 to 14 May 1948, and of the State of Israel between 15 May 1948, and 23 June 1952, when it was replaced with the Israeli lira or pound. The Palestine pound was also the currency of Transjordan until 1949 when it was replaced by the Jordanian dinar, and remained in usage in the West Bank of Jordan until 1950. In the Gaza Strip, the Palestine pound continued to circulate until April 1951, when it was replaced by the Egyptian pound.


The Palestine pound (Arabic: جُنَيْه فِلَسْطَينِيّ‎, junayh filastini; Hebrew: (פוּנְט פַּלֶשְׂתִינָאִי (א״י‎, funt palestina'i , also (לירה was the currency of the British Mandate of Palestine from 1 November 1927 to 14 May 1948, and of the State of Israel between 15 May 1948, and 23 June 1952, when it was replaced with the Israeli lira or pound. The Palestine pound was also the currency of Transjordan until 1949 when it was replaced by the Jordanian dinar, and remained in usage in the West Bank of Jordan until 1950. In the Gaza Strip, the Palestine pound continued to circulate until April 1951, when it was replaced by the Egyptian pound.
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