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Negev Holyland

lot # 209 - collections collections

Price: $ 1,050.00
Wednesday Dec 15, 2021 14:00 America/New_York
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UNDER COVER MAIL From 1967 to 1990; from/to Arab Countries. After the 1967 Six Day War, correspondence between Palestinians in Territories and Arab Counties was suspended due to the postal boycott of Israel since 1948. The problem was partially resolved by using a third country. Another route became practical due to the “Open Bridge Policy” between Israel and Jordan. Tourists and others passing over the Allenby bridge carried the mails. Later Travel Agencies also carried mail, adding a charge for the service. Includes notes and listings. VOLUME #1 About 145. (1) Items Red Cross forms (2) Boycott mail (3) NO RELATIONS handstamps (4) Mail from Israel via London; either handwritten or pre-printed addresses. (5) Censored undercover mail. Covers from other countries via London (e.g. Malta, Yemen, Libya, UAE). VOLUME #2 About 200 items (1) Undercover mail from Gaza via CYPRUS; (2) Mail from other locations to Cyprus (mostly UK); (3) Diamond shaped cachets on front or back of covers from Israel via London; per note only used in October 1977 (4) Against under cover rules: sender’s address on back (from West Bank and Gaza); (5) Against rules: final destination noted on front or back; (6) Covers showing various rates (7) ZAHAL postmarks VOLUME #3 About 60 items (1) Radio contacts via 3rd country;(2) Mail via Allenby and Adam Bridges; (3) Tourist Service, (4) Travel Agent’s Cachets; (5) Exit permits.

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