The information listed is for my coin. Sorry for the confusion.
My coin is housed in a sealed, intact, clear PCGS plastic container with the following information printed on the label:
1958 MNRA 5 LIR
From Danny Kaye Estate
Specimen Coin #364/363
The concern is the Specimen Coin number #364/363 as above.
How do you get #364 from a run of 363 coins?
I have seen a few examples of these coins on different auction sites. In those cases all Specimen Coin numbers were less than 363. (e.g. 217/363) I have also found a couple of reports that support the statements that Kaye was indeed a collector interested in Israel coins. From the other examples I've uncovered, apparently he did have 363 of these 1958 5L coins given to him by the Israel government. However mine is labeled 364/363.
So is this just a good-old, normal, Israel 5L coin? Or, is it really a Kaye estate collectable?
Additional information would be appreciated.