Israel Sc#17-22 official FDC with tabs tied by Jerusalem postmarks, F+VF CV $ 85.00
Israel Sc#17-22 official FDC with tabs tied by Tel Aviv postmarks, VF CV $ 85.00
Israel Sc#17-22 singles with plate numbers on reg. FDC, plus tete beche pairs on reg. cover to the USA 24.5.1950 with ar/pm on back. VF
Sc#17-22 official & private reg. FDCs with tabs, both mailed to the USA with transit & ar/pms on back. Also incl.USA postal form 3883 showing reg. record of arrival for both covers. F-VF
Israel Sc#15 singles & tabs on 14 official & stationery covers..F-VF (only part shown in scan)
Israel Sc#15 tabs on 2 covers 16.5.1950 & 12.5.1949. One cover light toned. F-VF
Israel Sc#15 official FDC 31.3.1949 with single & tabbed stamps. Registered, F-VF CV $ 85.00
Israel Postal History Postage Due - Interesting cover air mailed from small locallity of Shave Zion to Germany. Franked 110pr tied Shave Zion postmark 19.3.1953. The 110pr represent airmail rate up to 10 Grams. 2 line handstamped added on front "return for additonal postage stamps of 110pr", also box handstamped on back "This letter weigh 16 grams - please add 110pr and drop it in the mail box". Total of 110pr added on front tied by 20.3.1953 next day postmarks alongside Military censor label at left tied by additional censor handstamp on back. VF
Israel Postal History - Scarce franking & rate. Large size registered cover (198mm x 115mm) mailed from Tel Aviv to the USA by surface sea mail. Franked total of 85 Pr 1st air mails tabbed stamps. Tied by Tel Aviv postmarks dated July 3 1950. Rate translate to 30pr x2 double weight = 60pr plus 25pr for registration = 85pr total. New York transit & arrival postmarks on back dated July 21 & July 22 1950. Condition: 50pr stamp with few small toned spots on tab, Cover with few marginal small wrinkles otherwise F-VF . Great postal history cover !!!
Israel 1948 Postal History The besieged Negev - Cover mailed by Yehuda Bach from Kibbutz Ruchama at the besiege Negev to France. Franked total of 35 Mils (correct rate) , transfer to Tel Aviv via p.o box 972 where 10.11.1948 postmarks added. During that period 17 settlements at the besieged Negev rented P.O boxes at the Allenby road post office in Tel Aviv where incoming & outgoing mail was processed. Mail was transfered from and to the settelements via Tel Aviv by courier or small planes. The Hebrew address on back translate to: Yehuda bach, Ruchama.