NAZARETH (BI-16 # PC 44C) misplaced double print
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TAXI MAIL, CA. 1937 (NOV. 16), "Express" cover from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, bearing on reverse Aliyah Taxi Co. black-on-white label, with 25m fee entered by hand; roughly opened at top, the label is Fine to Very Fine, rare, with only five usages on cover believed to have survived from this company.
ISRAEL SHUKAF & NIVDAK COVERS In an alert against mail bombs much mail was checked. Two types of hstmps were applied -- SHUKAF (x-rayed) NIVDAK (checked) as well as various labels. The collection features different types of hstmps: triangular, ellipse, circular, Box, etc., different shapes and colors. A few to government officials. The collection has about 10 labels and about 60 cvrs with dozens of different cachet types, color etc. Most F-VF
Post 1950 Military Mail
MILITARY TRIANGLE well over 425 covers with various Military Triangle handstamps; many with censor tapes, Israel postmarks, some registered, seems to be from the 1960’s and 1970’s, quite a few military postcards. Though many are addressed to the same post office boxes or locations, they did go thru the mails – perhaps this was some sort of promotion.