TURKISH OFFICE: JERUSALEM 29/4/1910 ties 10 para stamp to ppc (Tower of David), addressed to Italy (Collins PM 14?)
Welcome to the Ninety-second NEGEV HOLYLAND AUCTION.
This auction features a very nice selection of Israel sheets and booklets. There are also some nice art work and newspapers.
The costs for printing and mailing of catalogues are quite high. The recent rate increases from the US Postal Service only make matters worse. Many auction firms have stopped sending catalogues. They require all clients to use their web sites. I am very hesitant to do this. I have some clients who do not have web access and some who do not even have computers. To be honest, I personally like to get a hard copy. To me they are easier to use. Also web sites could be taken down. However, I must now further cut down on my mailings.
If you have an e-mail address, please include it on your bid sheet. I will then send you notices when the auction is on the web site. If you still desire to get a hard copy of the catalogue, please let me know and I will keep sending it to you. THANK YOU.
AGAIN: When sending your bids by e-mail or the web site please include your full name, address, and a phone-number. I have some clients with similar names. If you do not have a full name, address, and a phone-number on your e-mail bids, I will ask for them and not enter the bids until I get that information. Thanks.
AGAIN: I am keeping the LOW PRICED LOTS. The photos are on the web site. For my clients who do not use the web or computers, I will send a limited number of scans for free. These lots are offered AS IS – NO RETURNS. There is NO COMMISSION but the 4% surcharge and postage will be applied. The lot numbers start with 601.
As we all well know, there is much fraudulent and faked material in the INTERIM period. Certificates are generally not issued for this material. This is, more or less, a BUYER BEWARE area with the material being sold AS IS. Nevertheless, in accordance with the terms of sale #06, if, within 30 days - unless a extension is asked for in writing - a competent authority, whom I recognize, states in writing that the material is faked or fraudulent, a full refund will be given
This auction has many sheets of Israel stamps. Even though it may not be explicitly stated on a lot, there may be perforation separations and/or folds. These are NOT grounds for the return of a lot. If these are a concern for you, please ask me to double check the lot.
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TURKISH OFFICES Postal card pmk SAFED 5 1898 (in blue green); from Mischmar Hayarden to ‚ÄúProfessor‚Äù David Edlovitch residing in Rishon Le Zion. Contents about a visit of E. Ben-Yehuda, the ‚Äúfather‚Äù of modern Hebrew. Fine with filing hole not affecting the text.
AUSTRIAN OFFICES ‚Äì JAFFA and JERUSALEM pmks on various postal receipts, 5 in all
TURKISH OFFICES ‚Äì JERUSALEM NEGAIVE TELEGRAPH CANCEL on receipt dated 1895 RARE
TURKISH MAIL- CANCELS ON TURKISH STAMPS: Acre (4), Djenine Block of 4), Haifa (4, pair), Nablus ( 3,1 pair), Nazareth (2, 1 pair), Safed (1).
TURKISH OFFICE ‚Äì BENI SAAB pmkd 15/8/1915
PALESTINE TURKISH CENSOR on front of large sized wrapper mailed from Germany to Palestine in Sept 1917; similar one on large piece
MAIL BETWEEN USA AND PALESTINE Three covers relating to Selah Merrill (1837-1909), American Counsel in Jerusalem. (1) Cover sent to Merrill from Andover, MA, in 1884 with Constantinople transit and Jerusalem arrival cancels. (2) Cover sent to Merrill in 1885 with Boston and Alexandria transit pmks, and Jerusalem arrival cancels. (3) Cover sent by Merrill in 1886from Jerusalem to Edward Taylor, relative of his wife. Transit postmarks from Alexandria, Paris, Boston. Reverse shows cancel of ‚ÄúUnited States Consulate in Jerusalem.‚Äù
RUSSIA TO PALESTINE Russian Mail-Postcard sent 1913 from Russia with cancels tied to 2 Russian stamps. Card addressed to Hebrew Gymnasium school in Jaffa. Two filing holes not disturbing stamps or cancels.
GERMAN OFFICES (1) German 1914 canceled cover sent from Rishon Le Zion to David Yudelourth in Alexandria Egypt with arrival cancels at Port Said and Alexandria. (2) 6 mail wrappers from the Syrian Orphanage in Jerusalem, showing purple and blue and large and small handstamps with German cancels on German Mail stamps