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PALESTINE 1928-1937 Zeppelin Flights continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
121 E   image1933 Chicago flight cover (9th SAF to Chicago and South America, 50th Crossing of the Atlantic), registered from Jerusalem to Valparaiso, Palestine dispatch via London to Berlin, with connecting cachet applied on back, used in combination with British franking applied in London, Valparaiso, Chile 22 October arrival pmk on back, faint toning, fine and rare cover, one of only 10 flown (Image)



SOLD for $3,500.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
122 E   image1934 First SAF to Brazil, registered from Jerusalem, via Imperial Airways (Gaza-London-Berlin), Stuttgart and Friedrichshafen transit, 29 May 34 arrival pmk on back, some hinge marks on both sides, fine cover, only 10 flown (beginning with this flight, Palestine was a contract state and postage was paid with Palestine stamps only. The asterisk and "b" in the red cachet indicate Friedrichshafen handled the mail) (Image)



SOLD for $750.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
123 E   image1934 9th SAF to Brazil, registered from Jerusalem, via Imperial Airways (Gaza-London-Stuttgart), special connection plane to Friedrichshafen, 3 Oct 34 arrival pmk, v.f., only 10 flown (two asterisks in the red cachet indicate mail was handled at Stuttgart) (Image)



SOLD for $750.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
124 E   image1935 5th SAF to Brazil, registered from Jerusalem, via Imperial Airways (Haifa-London-Berlin), appropriate cachet and arrival pmk, v.f., only 10 covers flown (Image)



SOLD for $750.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
125 E   image1936 Hindenburg flight cover from Lakehurst, with U.S. franking, corresponding cachet and additional "Mit Luftschiff Hindenburg Befordert" applied in Frankfurt (14.5.36) addressed to Tel Aviv, fine, ex-Samuel Ray (Image)



SOLD for $280.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
126 E   image1937 (1 May) Hindenburg First North America flight card addressed to Tel Aviv, with Frankfurt departure, red cachet and Cologne (3.5.37) arrival pmk. Due to bad weather, the round trip over Germany scheduled for the First of May was canceled and mail was dropped over Cologne. This cover was flown by Imperial Airways from Cologne to Lydda Airpost (Image)



SOLD for $280.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
PALESTINE World War II - Military Mail
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
127 E   imageMilitary Mail. 1941-45 Palestine Brigade, collection of 70+ covers and cards mounted and extensively described exhibition-style on pages, censored mail from various Field Post Offices to Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, many endorsed "On Active Service" and "Hebrew", origins include France, Italy, Germany, Egypt, Belgium, Algeria, several Prisoner of War cards from Jewish POWs in German Camps, registered mail, officer's letter, plus much more, with some rare and elusive items, fascinating collection (Image)

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SOLD for $2,000.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
128 E   image1941-45 collection of 39 covers and cards from Allied Forces in Palestine during WWII, with Czechoslovak units (8), New Zealand Forces (6), East African and South Rhodesian Forces, Indian Forces (11), South African (4), Greek (5), United States (3), all mounted and extensively described exhibition-style on pages, many flown and some incoming mail, variety of Field Post Office and Censor markings, mostly free franks, but some with British, Indian, South African and Palestine Mandate stamps, fascinating and historical group (Image)

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SOLD for $750.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
129 E   image1941-45 collection of 84 covers and cards from British Forces in Palestine during WWII, all mounted and extensively described exhibition-style on pages, many flown, some incoming mail, variety of Field Post Office and Censor markings, mostly free franks, some with British and Palestine Mandate stamps, different regimental markings, Naval and Royal Air Force units, some quite scarce and seldom offered (Image)

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SOLD for $950.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
130 E   image1941-45 collection of 70+ covers and cards from the Jewish Brigade serving with the British Forces during World War II in North Africa, Egypt etc., mounted and extensively described exhibition-style on pages, including cover from Ferramonti concentration camp in Italy, sent via Sofia-Istanbul to Haifa, others written to Bat-Yam, Jerusalem, Haifa, London, Suez, Tel Aviv, Haifa, letters addressed to a soldier with "Jewish Brigade" sent from England, Australia, many flown, variety of Field Post Office and Censor markings, mostly free franks, some with British and Palestine Mandate stamps, fascinating lot (Image)

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SOLD for $2,100.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
POLAND
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
131 E   imageFlight Covers. 1930 (7 June) first flight Warszawa to Gaza, red cachet indicating first air mail Poland with LOT via Vienna to India, v.f., only 13(!) carried to Gaza (Fi.101d, 4,000zl) (Image)



SOLD for $350.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
132 E   image1936 (27 Oct) Experimental mail flight Poland to Palestine, stage Bucharest to Haifa, registered cover, attractively franked, with "P.L.L./LOT" cachet, v.f., backstamped on arrival, returned to sender, only 18 (!) carried (Fi.128c, 3,000zl) (Image)



SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
133 E   image1936-37 selection of 14 mostly first flights Lwow and Warszawa to Jerusalem, Haifa or Tel Aviv, different frankings and cachets, one making complete round trip, various cachets, some bilingual (Polish and Hebrew), some toning and cover wear, mostly fine or better (Image) (image 133a) (image 133b) (image 133c) (image 133d) (image 133e) (image 133f) (image 133g) (image 133h) (image 133i) (image 133j) (image 133k) (image 133l) (image 133m)

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SOLD for $525.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
134 E   image1937 (23 Nov) Palestine to Poland, Lydda to Warsaw leg, registered and flown LOT cover addressed to Romania, with label (in French) indicating "burnt, ripped open, dirty from destruction of the airplane on 23 November 1938 in the mountain of Pirin" (a LOT Douglas DC-2-115D (registered SP-ASJ) crashed in Bulgaria's Pirin Mountains in bad weather, killing all six on board. The aircraft was operating a scheduled Thessaloniki-Sofia passenger service and crashed during a heavy snow storm on Mount Jel-Tepe. It was found four days later by a search group of 3000 Bulgarian soldiers). Cover in reasonable condition, Haifa, Hadar ha Carmel and Lydda departure, Sofia and Sveti Vratch transit and Bucharest (11 Dec) arrival pmks. Also accompanied by copies of the articles about the crash (The Palestine Post). Only 2 (!) pieces of mail were found in the wreck (Fi.134, 13,000zl) (Image)

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SOLD for $2,000.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
135 E   image1938 (22 July) accident mail, cover (mostly burned, enclosed in cellophane), addressed to Tel Aviv, with 29 July arrival postmarks, carried by LOT, Lockheed L-14H Super Electra Airplane from Warszawa-Cernauti-Bucharest-Athens-Tel Aviv. Shortly after take-off from Cernauti, the plane exploded and crashed near Compulung (Romania), the crew and 10 passengers (among them two American physicians) were killed. It was the most tragic accident of LOT (Fi.139a,10,000Zzl - $2,591) (Image)



SOLD for $3,500.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
POLAND Polish Forces in Palestine during World War
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
136 E   image1942 (12 May) registered cover from Quastina paying 7 pence (British adhesives, two other stamps apparently fell off), canceled "Poczta Polowa 111", "Passed by Censor No.156" handstamp, two different "Not Examined by Soviet Anglo Persian Censor" (one in Russian), addressed to the Polish Embassy in Kuybyshev, transit markings on back include Indian Section Base Post Office, F.P.O. No.103 (India), Basrah, Baghdad and Kuybyshev arrival, very rare usage (Image)



SOLD for $425.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
137 E   image1942 (18 May) registered cover from Quastina (RAF Qastina was a Royal Air Force station in British Mandate Palestine between 1942 and 1948. In 1948 it became the Israeli Air Force's Hatzor Airbase) paying 3 1/2 pence (British adhesives), canceled "Poczta Polowa 111", "Passed by Censor" handstamps (one "Deputy Chief Field censor"), also "Base Censor" label, two different "Not Examined by Soviet Anglo Persian Censor" (one in Russian), addressed to the Polish Embassy in Kuybyshev, transit markings on back include Indian Section Base Post Office (24 May), F.P.O. No.103 (India 7 June) and Kuybyshev arrival (3 July), rare usage (Image)



SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
138 E   image1942 (25 May) registered cover paying 6 pence (British adhesives), canceled "Poczta Polowa 111", two different "Passed by Censor" handstamps (one "DHC/24 Criminal investigation division Jerusalem") addressed to the Polish Embassy in Kuybyshev, transit markings on back include Field Post Office 154 (Jerusalem), Indian Section Base Post Office (7 June), Moscow and Kuybyshev arrival (28 Aug), rare usage (Image)



SOLD for $240.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
139 E   image1942 (30 May) registered cover from Rehovot paying 6 pence (British adhesives), canceled "Poczta Polowa 111", "Passed by Censor" handstamps (one "DHC/24 Criminal investigation division Jerusalem"), additional censor label, addressed to the Polish Embassy in Kuybyshev, transit markings on back include Indian Section Base Post Office (7 June), Moscow and Kuybyshev arrival (28 Aug), rare usage (Image)



SOLD for $260.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM
140 E   image1942 (16 June) registered cover from Palestine paying 15m (Palestine Mandate adhesive), canceled "Poczta Polowa 101", "Passed by Censor No.808" handstamp, also "Examined by Base Censor" label, Deputy Chief Censor handstamp applied in Egypt, boxed "Not Examined by Soviet Anglo Persian Censor" in Russian, addressed to the Polish Embassy in Kuybyshev, transit markings on back include Indian Section Base Post Office, F.P.O. No.164, also Moscow and Kuybyshev arrival (6.8.42). Polish Forces in Russia and in Egypt were evacuated at the same time to Quastina (Negev) and occupied a former Austrian military camp there, very rare usage from Palestine, via Egypt and India (Image)



SOLD for $600.00
Closing..Mar-03, 09:00 AM

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