AIN HAROD ‘B” 28 JU 1933 ties two 5 mil pictorials to cvr addressed to B’nei Berak; various backstamps
89th Holyland Postal Bid Sale
By: Negev Holyland
Negev Holyland 89th Holyland Postal Bid Sale
Welcome to the Eighty-ninth NEGEV HOLYLAND AUCTION.
This sale features the usual fine selection of material from most, if not all, areas of Holyland and
Please check out the LATE LOTS. There are some nice items.
As an experiment, I am offering some LOW PRICED LOTS in a special section. The photos are
on the web site. For my clients who do not use the web or computers, I will send a limited number of
scans. These lots are offered AS IS – NO RETURNS. There is NO COMMISSION but the 3% surcharge
will be applied. Be sure to use the “L” prefix on the lit numbers.
As a reminder: When sending your bids by e-mail or the web site please include your full name,
address, and a phone-number. I have some clients with similar names. Thanks.
REPEATING MY OFFER Due to the ever increasing postage costs, I am trying to switch as many
clients as possible to E-MAIL ONLY. A typical catalogue cost about $7 to mail to non-USA and non-
Canadian addresses. If you are on E-MAIL only, I will send you an e-mail when the WEB SITE is up.
Please advise if I can switch you to E-MAIL ONLY. If your total purchases are over $100, I will give you a
$5 credit – but please remind me each time. Thank you.
WEB SITE: NEGEV.STAMPCIRCUIT.COM
E-BAY SELLER ID : LEADSTAMPSID
CLOSING DATE: SUNDAY JANUARY 14, 2018; 2 PM LOCAL TIME
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Lot #103 - british mandate TOWNS
BEERSHEBA “A” 24 OC 42, Dorfman 8, "C" on incoming Telegram to a British Police Sergeant (incoming Telegrams are RARE!). VF.
Lot #104 - british mandate TOWNS
BEIT ESHEL The first Jewish settlement in the Negev, near Beer-Sheva, settled in 1941 as an agricultural experimental station, besieged in 1948 by the Egyptians, 2 postal history items: (1) 1944 Airgraph micrograph letter to the Muchtar (=head) of Beit Eshel, "P.O.Box 1, Beer Sheva", (2) 1946 Airletter from Australia to Beit Eshel, POB 1, Beer-Sheba", via Bet Lehem.
Lot #105 - british mandate TOWNS
GAZA REGISTERED 29 NO 47 Struck twice each on front & back, ties Sm & 2x 10m Pictorials on "ALAMI & CHAHWAN" bi-lingual English I Arabic C/C REGISTERED COVER to Haifa (b/s), Jaffa Registered transit b/s, blue GAZA Mandate Reg'y label,
Lot #106 - british mandate TOWNS
KIRYAT AMAL colored advertising card for vacation and convalescence, mailed 9 JU 46 from Haifa to Captain Aryeh Cheichel, Naples, CMF, backstamped FPO 731, 10 JU 46, written in Hebrew
Lot #107 - british mandate TOWNS
KIRYAT CHAYIM 5 JA 36 [Dorfman #1-G+] poor strike on folded PALESTINE POSTS, TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES addressed to Haifa, arrival pmk on back; gov’t hstmp on front; form is in Hebrew & Arabic; file holes amended by tape
Lot #108 - british mandate TOWNS
TO MISHMAR HAYARDEN 1941 printed circular from Jerusalem addressed to MISHMAR HAYARDEN, near ROSH PINA, hand signed Dr. Mosinson, backstamped Rosh Pina. [In 1948 the Syrians burnt Mishmar Hayarden and destroyed it. This is one of the few postal history documents that remained about the pre-1948 existence of this settlement.]
Lot #109 - british mandate TOWNS
NAHARIYA 9 SE 38 [Dorfman 1-G] ties 5 mil pictorial (torn) to cvr addressed to Tel Aviv; TEL AVIV 11 SEP 38 backstamp, flap missing small piece
Lot #110 - british mandate TOWNS
QIRYAT HAIM 12 AP 40 [Dorfman F] skeleton ties 5 mil pictorial to piece [mss notes to side]
Lot #111 - british mandate TOWNS
RAMLEH PALESTINE ‘A’ 21 SP 25 [Dorfman 4-D+] ties 13 mil London 2 to cvr addressed to Egypt, 2nd strike at side
Lot #112 - british mandate CITIES
OHMS REGISTERED COVER FROM HAIFA to Tiberias with Licensing AUTHORITY HAIFA, 1946 postmark of the Radio Telephone office (belonging to the Post) on the FRONT of the cover. [per Goldstein & Dickstein 72, "D". Rarely used as letter cancel. ]
Lot #113 - british mandate CITIES
PARCEL LABELS (1) HAIFA (Goldstein-Dickstein 32, E - $100+) (2) HAIFA PARCEL POST, (G-D 76, D , $40-100), (3) unlisted by Groten large single circle 30 mm Tel-Aviv TEL AVIV PARCEL POST postmarks.
Lot #114 - british mandate CITIES
JAFFA - AJAMI BRANCH OFFICE 2 NO 1925 to LEEDS, England; REGISTERED (JAFFA registry label); 2 13 mil LONDON II overprints; HAIFA KANTARA SOUTH of next day as transit mark on back
Lot #115 - british mandate CITIES
AJAMI BRANCH HAIFA 9 DEC 21 2 strikes tie two 4 mil and one 1 pi London 2 to cvr addressed to England; per vendor ‘overweight letter’
Lot #116 - british mandate CITIES
NAHARIYA / HAIFA 1937 early Nahariya settlement advertising stationery envelope (Airmailed to Switzerland) showing that it lacked a post office, and used a Haifa Post Office Box
Lot #117 - british mandate CITIES
REGISTERED COMMERCIAL COVER, OETA-EEF JAFFA cancels (9 Mar19) ties two 1 pi Typo stamps to CENSORED AND REGISTERED commercial cover sent by Ochshorn & Diskin to Maspero Freres Limited in Cairo. Egypt; R-Iabel with OET A-EEF cancel and PASSED CENSOR hand cancel on front, APO SZ 10 transit (10 Mar 19) and CAIRO (10 Mar 19) receiving cancels on back. Small faults, otherwise good condition.
Lot #118 - british mandate CITIES
REGISTERED COMMERCIAL COVER, OETA-EEF JAFFA cancels (12 JA 19) ties 2 pi Typo stamps to CENSORED AND REGISTERED commercial cover sent by Y.N. LIPSHITZ to London; R-Iabel with OET A-EEF cancel and PASSED CENSOR hand cancel on front, various backstamps
Lot #119 - british mandate CITIES
JERUSALEM TO SAFED 4 AP 21, postmarked on front SAFED, Dorfman D6, "I-" ($500-750), shortened at right.
Lot #120 - british mandate CITIES
JERUSALEM 26 JLY 1940 ties 3 mil pictorial to cvr addressed to USA; 2 hstmps in black (1) Jewish Charitable Institution Permit No 18 (2) Certified that this item contains Printed Matter ….”; folded
Lot #121 - british mandate CITIES
JERUSALEM 8 AUG 1940 ties 3 mil pictorial to cvr addressed to USA; 2 hstmps in violet (1) Jewish Charitable Institution Permit No 18 (2) Certified that this item contains Printed Matter ….”; pre-printed cvr (POB 668 JERUSALEM) folded
Lot #122 - british mandate CITIES
JERUSALEM JAFFA TPO DOWN 3 AP 27 Travelling Post Office [Dorfman #3-F] ties 7 mil London to ppc [Jerusalem] addressed to Germany
Lot #123 - british mandate CITIES
TEMPLER JAFFA FACTORY "GEBR. WAGNER Air-Mail stationery cover; franked 25 mil, 20 OC 1940, with "Insufficiently franked for Air-Mail" rectangular cachet and octagonal PalestineT10 censor. One of the Wagner brothers was executed after WWII by the Haganah.
Lot #124 - british mandate CITIES
PALESTINE Newspapers Agency, large folded envelope pmks 21 May 1844 Tel Aviv, Mograbi branch; mailing newspapers as printed matter to Rehovot, franked 52 mil printed matter newspapers rate, with unusual PALES label. [PH cropped]
Lot #125 - british mandate Dues, Shows, Cover collections
GIVAT BRENNER 20 NO 46 2 strikes of Dorfman 2 (rated D) tie 10 mils 3rd Dues to very small cvr addressed to Tel Aviv, Dorfman 3 (Rated E) to side; mss Hebrew “printed matter”