ZE’EV JABOTINSKY IMPERF PRINTERS SHEET showing full pane and 2 partial panes; also, HEART OF PRINTERS SHEET
Welcome to the Ninety-sixth NEGEV HOLYLAND AUCTION.
This auction features part of Dr. Mel Kline’s outstanding collections of Doar Ivri, First Festival and other Israel material. Another highlight is the Revenues. There are many types of issues.
The LOW-PRICED SECTION is not in this sale. I will resume it again next time.
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This is being written in December. I am getting married in late March to Helene Reiss. We are planning a ten-day tour of Italy and then a ten-day stay in Israel in April. Hopefully, we will be able to make the trip. Please contact me if you like to meet.
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CLOSING DATE SUNDAY FEBRUARY 07, 2021; 2 PM LOCAL TIME
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GOLDA MEIR (1898-1978) Prime Minister of Israel. Meir served as Israel's Foreign Minister from 1956 to 1966. In 1969 she became Israel's fourth prime minister and resigned in 1974. 11 ½ X 17 ½ inch document signed, October 23, 1958. The document, in Hebrew, is the official Israeli Consul appointment of Haim Rafael as Consul of Israel in Sydney, Australia. "...It is requested that Queen Elizabeth II and all authorities assure the free exercise of these functions as well as the pleasure of all privileges" Signed by Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Ben-Zvi (1884-1963) and Foreign Minister Golda Meir, the document bears the seal of Israel. There is a second copy signed in type which is a French translation of the document. Both documents have been rolled. Also included is the original shipping tube. They are both wrinkled with some staining. Certificate of authenticity from a prominent autograph dealer.
world war one
AUSTRALIAN FORCES Australia 1941 (Jan) airmail to Australia with Palestine Scenes 10m grey, 6m green, 5m brown, 4m maroon, 3m light green and 2m blue tied BASE P.O. / B.W.1 date stamp used at Gaza. Australia 1941 (Jan 14) cover sent airmail to Australia franked with Palestine Scenes 10m grey, 6m green, 5m brown, 4m maroon, 3m light green and 2m blue tied BASE P.O. / B.W.1 date stamp used at Gaza, Palestine paying 30m per ½oz concession airmail letter rate, censored with violet triangular crowned PASSED BY CENSOR / No. 3390 cachet on face [Australian stamps were supposed to be used after the introduction of the 30m (equivalent to 9d) concession airmail rate on 30 Nov 1940, but stocks were quickly exhausted and emergency use of Palestine stamps was allowed; a large supply of Australian stamps were received on 8 Dec 1940 and Palestine stamps in canteen stocks were quickly replaced; before 30 Nov 1940 Australian servicemen had to pay the full civilian 60m (1/6d) per ½oz airmail letter rate for mail sent home”]
ADMINISTRATION OF REGISTERED ITEMS 2 labels pmkd 20.10.22 in Italy on un-franked cvr addressed to Tel Aviv (in English) with text in Hebrew and another language; at top mss “Registered” TEL AVIV JAFFA 20 OC 22 arrival pmk; apparently some sort of official mail; FRAGILE [back in catalogue; both sides on web]