Current Auction

Dear friends and collectors,

The list of Prices Realized of our Nov. 2021 auction again reveals another excellent set of results, demonstrating a continuing strong and steady demand for better philately.
This auction – our 51st – contains many important offerings some of them are:
Jewish Colonies mail, Foreign and Turkish Posts , Palestine stamps, 1948 Interim, Doar Ivri, Jewish Autographs and culminating with a section of Very Rare Palestine and Israel Banknotes.

Over the past 33 years we have offered many of the leading collections of Holy  Land and Israel.
We are planning our next auction, #52, to be our last one. 

With all good and sincere wishes, 

YACOV TSACHOR & ZVI ALONI  

CLOSING DATE FOR BIDS: 
6 SEPTEMBER 2022
20:00 PM (Israel Time)

ALL  START  PRICES  ARE  IN  US $
AND  ARE  THE  MINIMUM  ACCEPTABLE

All the lots are shown in Color
 

BANKNOTES & COINS

Lot #: 382

Mikweh Israel - AIU (Alliance Israélite Universelle), 1885/6, local token denominated "1" (Piaster); f-vf & Rare 

Start: $600 Sold For: $1,100
Lot #: 383

1948/1954 Israel Coins - the Designer's (O. Wallish) working file of original Essays (x8) & Photo Essays (x23) for the first Trade Coins Pruta Series: 25m & 1-500pr incl Unaccepted designs. Shown are also stages of the designs. Photo Essays incl: 25m Tashat, 5pr Unadopted 1948, 50pr 1948 Unadopted, 25 + 50 + 100pr (backs) for 1954 issue, 50pr 1954 face, 500pr 1949, 1pr 1949. Original Essays incl: 25, 50 & 100pr backs listed "2nd Revolt", 25pr diff back, 100pr back 1st stage, 50pr back early stage & many more; mostly vf (x31 items) an importent file for researchers & collectors specializing in the State's 1st Coin Issue

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Start: $3,000 Sold For: $3,000
Lot #: 384

PALESTINE Currency Board, 500 mils, 1 September 1927, serial number A 4192252, purple and pale pink-orange, Rachel's Tomb, Bethlehem at left, three printed signatures of the Members of the Palestine Currency Board at low center, (Pick 6a, Dabbah page136), PCGS graded 55PPQ – Choice About New;  Extremely Rare           

Start: $10,000 Sold For: $14,805
Lot #: 385

ditto, 500 mils 1927 #A745790; vert. center fold, used, F-VF & scarce

Start: $600 Sold For: $3,465
Lot #: 386

 ditto, 500 mils 1939 #H622338; folded, Fine

Start: $400 Sold For: $725
Lot #: 387

ditto, 1 Pound 1929 #B267629; w/folds, Fine    

Start: $400 Sold For: $850
Lot #: 388

THE UNISSUED WWII PALESTINE EMERGENCY NOTE - Proof note of £P1 regular design in BROWN dated 20 April 1939 printed on yellowish paper on both sides (215xl58mms) w/printer's alignment dots at each side. (ex Pikovsky Zincography Jerusalem). In 1941, due to WWII, supply lines from Britain to Palestine were unsafe giving rise to fear that the reserves of local notes and coins would be exhausted, making it impossible to respond to public demand. Preparations were made by the Palestine Government Printer for local printing of notes of the denomination of 50 and 100 mils in place of the silver coins of these values and for notes of denominations £P 1 and €P50. All the plates were engraved for this purpose by Emil Pikovsky Zincography in Jerusalem and later destroyed by the Government Printer, as the British Fleet succeeded in maintaining the supply. This Proof note of £P1 in Brown is the only example in private hands (the few others are in Bank of Israel Museum). (Dabbah, Hebrew version 319 for similar); UNC Unique SHOW PIECE            

Start: $16,000 Buy
Lot #: 389

ditto, 1 Pound 1944 #B/1 041193; VF

Start: $500 Sold For: $1,400
Lot #: 390

ditto, 5 Pounds 1929 #A632732,  vert. folds, not repaired, good paper quality & a scarce year; Fine       

Start: $700 Sold For: $2,200
Lot #: 391

ditto, 5 Pounds 1939 #D348577, vert. folds, stained & pen marks; Fine

Start: $500 Sold For: $1,200