FROM OLGA AND SANJAY DUTT = U KNW THERE IS NO 6 DOLAR NO 6 RUPEE, NOT EVEN AUSTRALIAN 6 DOARS OR OTEHR CURREIES LIKE YEN OR 6 YUAN OR 6 RENMINBI – BUT THERE IS A FUNNY ISARELI RUSSIAN ITEM – CALELD 6 ROUBLE – AND THERE IS THIS – SEE The Israeli new shekel is denoted in Hebrew: שקל חדש‎ (šéqel ħadáš, IPA: [ˈʃekel χaˈdaʃ], lit. “New Shekel”) or by the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎ ([ʃaχ]). The symbol was announced officially on 22 September 1985, when the first new shekel banknotes and coins were introduced.[1] It is constructed by combining the two Hebrew letters that constitute the acronym (the first letter of each of the two words, Hebrew is written from right to left): “ש” and “ח”. Sometimes the “₪” symbol (Unicode 20AA) is used following the number, other times the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎. The Israeli toll road symbol bearing the Shekel sign. The shekel sign, like the dollar sign (“$”), is usually placed left of the number (i.e. “₪12,000” and not “12,000₪”), but since Hebrew is written from right to left, this means that the symbol is actually written after the number. It is either not separated from the preceding number, or is separated only by a thin space. Unlike the dollar sign, the new shekel sign is not used that often when handwriting monetary amounts. The road sign announcing the entrance to an Israeli toll road, such as Highway 6 or the Carmel Tunnels, is a shekel symbol with a road in the background. ME MEANS BUBBA, I LKEARNT FROM URDU THAT HWALL WHEN DONE IT INVOLVEDS NOTES – MEANS CURRENCY AND NUMBER COMMUNICATIONS – Features Country Russia – Empire Type Standard circulation coin Years 1829-1845 Value 6 Rubles (6) Currency Rouble (1700-1921) Composition Platinum (.950) Weight 20.71 g Diameter 28.5 mm Shape Round Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑ Demonetized Yes References C# 178, Fr# 159 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Psxktpxkc6o http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLPDTTK4ajg

6 ROUBLE

FROM OLGA AND SANJAY DUTT = U KNOW THERE IS NO 6 DOLLAR NO 6 RUPEE, NOT EVEN AUSTRALIAN 6 DOLARS OR OTEHR CURREIES LIKE YEN OR 6 YUAN OR 6 RENMINBI – BUT THERE IS A FUNNY ISARELI RUSSIAN ITEM – CALELD 6 ROUBLE –

AND THERE IS THIS – SEE The Israeli new shekel is denoted in Hebrew: שקל חדש‎ (šéqel ħadáš, IPA: [ˈʃekel χaˈdaʃ], lit. “New Shekel”) or by the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎ ([ʃaχ]). The symbol was announced officially on 22 September 1985,

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when the first new shekel banknotes and coins were introduced.[1] It is constructed by combining the two Hebrew letters that constitute the acronym (the first letter of each of the two words, Hebrew is written from right to left): “ש” and “ח”.

Sometimes the “₪” symbol (Unicode 20AA) is used following the number, other times the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎. The Israeli toll road symbol bearing the Shekel sign. The shekel sign, like the dollar sign (“$”), is usually placed left of the number (i.e. “₪12,000” and not “12,000₪”),

but since Hebrew is written from right to left, this means that the symbol is actually written after the number.

It is either not separated from the preceding number, or is separated only by a thin space. Unlike the dollar sign, the new shekel sign is not used that often when handwriting monetary amounts. The road sign announcing the entrance to an Israeli toll road, such as Highway 6 or the Carmel Tunnels, is a shekel symbol with a road in the background.

ME MEANS BUBBA, I LKEARNT FROM URDU THAT HWALL WHEN DONE IT INVOLVEDS NOTES – MEANS CURRENCY AND NUMBER COIMMUNICATIONS

6 ROUBLE

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– Features
Country Russia – Empire
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 1829-1845
Value 6 Rubles (6)
Currency Rouble (1700-1921)
Composition Platinum (.950)
Weight 20.71 g
Diameter 28.5 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Medal alignment ↑↑
Demonetized Yes
References C# 178, Fr# 159

The Israeli new shekel is denoted in Hebrew: שקל חדש‎ (šéqel ħadáš, IPA: [ˈʃekel χaˈdaʃ], lit. “New Shekel”) or by the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎ ([ʃaχ]). The symbol was announced officially on 22 September 1985, when the first new shekel banknotes and coins were introduced.[1] It is constructed by combining the two Hebrew letters that constitute the acronym (the first letter of each of the two words, Hebrew is written from right to left): “ש” and “ח“. Sometimes the “₪” symbol (Unicode 20AA) is used following the number, other times the acronym Hebrew: ש״ח‎.


The Israeli toll road symbol bearing the Shekel sign.

The shekel sign, like the dollar sign (“$”), is usually placed left of the number (i.e. “₪12,000” and not “12,000₪”), but since Hebrew is written from right to left, this means that the symbol is actually written after the number. It is either not separated from the preceding number, or is separated only by a thin space.

Unlike the dollar sign, the new shekel sign is not used that often when handwriting monetary amounts.

The road sign announcing the entrance to an Israeli toll road, such as Highway 6 or the Carmel Tunnels, is a shekel symbol with a road in the background.

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