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lot # 1050 - 3: Israel: Forerunners and Interim Period french offices in jerusalem

Tuesday Dec 08, 2020 10:00 America/New_York
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1948, French Consular Post in Jerusalem (Bale 127, 128, 128e), an impressive selection of this desirable and difficult material, starting with a top left corner block of four of Bale #127, never hinged and signed Brun, followed by #128 single and lower left corner block of four; then we find #128 on a Consulate General, Jerusalem corner envelope (quite possibly an Earliest Known Usage) and on a privately sent post card, plus an exceedingly rare #128e (overprint omitted; approximately 15 recorded) on a Jaffa Consulate corner envelope, all tied by "Jerusalem/Postes Françaises" postmarks (various dates); a final telegram regarding promoting a Rabbi's candidature, Very Fine, a remarkable holding; see it all online.
Estimate $800 - 1,200.

Bale 127, 128, 128e

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