1934 Vaduz Block original size 103x125 mms; u/m, superb, Mi € 2500
Welcome to our 45th auction.
The recorded prices achieved in our last July 2017 Sale prove the steady demand for better Holy Land items. You can view the Prices Realized on the website.
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The major subjects included are: Holy Land Forerunners, Palestine, 1948 Interim, Doar Ivri, Israel, Judaica & Zionism, Holocaust period, Medals, Coins & Bank notes
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YACOV TSACHOR & ZVI ALONI
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7/1869 Russian post in the Holy Land - Folded outer letter from Acre to Beirut (Parodi corresp.) franked 6 Kop Russian Levant stamps (1 Kop Mi 2 + 5 Kop Mi 4), to pay the single letter rate, cancelled by truncated triangle of dots 783 of Beirut, arrival postmark "PORT BEIRUT JUIL 1" on reverse, endorsed inside 1869 Acre 12 July arrival 13, no content; f-vf & scarce, certif. Tsachor - Aloni
Russian Post Haifa - 3 better items: each w/pmk KAIFA - ROPIT (st. 612); a) 8.7.1911 official Russian Postal receipt for money order & declaration of value of 15 Rbs. b) 27 XI 1911 pmk tying 2x20pa on 4 Kop Russian Levant stps to commerc firm's cv mailed to Wien; c) 28.11.1912 1pi on 10Kop Russian Levant Letter Card (Mi #K2) w/message posted locally in Haifa , Rare use of the Russian Letter Card; f-vf (x3)
6/1905 Russian 3k pc entire for domestic rate mailed from Yakaterinoslav to Jerusalem underpaid 1k encircled "T" hnstp the charge collected in cash upon arrival as the Russian Post did not use P. Due stps in the Holy Land, Odessa transit & ROPIT JERUSALEM 19-VII-05 arr pmks all on face; 2 tiny filing holes at left o/w vf. The pc is handwritten & signed in Hebrew by the Zionist leader M. Ussishkin to his friend O. Aisenstadt, re: the coming 1905 Zionist Congress