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The 100 Israeli new shekel banknote is an orange note that measures 143 mm by 71 mm. One of the two Israeli banknotes that feature a woman, the notes obverse side highlights the prolific Israeli writer Leah Goldberg, almond blossoms, and microprint of the poem In the land of my love the almond tree blossoms. The notes reverse side features two gazelles, referencing the printed segment of the poem White Days. The note has a menorah registration device, an open book printed in gold-to-green SPARK ink on the obverse, a Kinegram Volume holographic stripe, a color-changing windowed security thread with demetalized print of 100 and a portrait of Goldberg, a watermark of Leah Goldberg, and an electrotype watermark 100.