On May 14, 1948, the Israeli Prime Minister Ben Gurion officially announced in the hall of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art: “... based on national and historical rights, and UN resolutions, it is hereby announced that the Jewish state is officially established in Palestine. Israel.” This emotional speech made the 650,000 Jews in the world and in Palestine excited. Israel, which had been surpassed for more than two thousand years and had experienced vicissitudes, miraculously restored its country on its own land.
The 70 years also had extraordinary significance for Israel. The Jews used their wisdom and creativity to lead Israel’s development as a technologically advanced developed society. 2018 is the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence. In order to remember the remarkable achievements made by Israel in various fields in the past 70 years and to look forward to a more brilliant future for Israel, the Israeli Central Bank issued a set of gold and silver commemorative coins for the 70th anniversary of Israel’s independence in 2018. The set of commemorative coins is the legal currency of Israel. It contains 1 gold coin and 2 silver coins. It uses the same design and was cast by the Israeli mint.
The upper center is the national emblem of Israel. The words “Independence Day in 2018” are published in English and Hebrew respectively on the left and right sides. The central publication has a leaf-shaped ornament on the upper and lower sides, symbolizing the upper and lower blue in the Israeli flag. Broadband; at the bottom is the name of the State of Israel written in English, Arabic and Hebrew.
The official logo of the Central Government for the celebration of the 70th Anniversary of Israel’s independence: the outline of the star of David on the outside, symbolizing the people of Israel, the central figure of “70” in Arabic and the word “Israel” in Hebrew. The lower font is Hebrew. The slogan of the logo written in the language, “The Heritage of Innovation,” bears in mind the great achievements Israel has made in the field of technological innovation over the past 70 years. At the edge of the coin, the words “70th Anniversary of Israel’s Independence” were written in Hebrew, English and Arabic in clockwise directions.