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  • 1948 interim travel document
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  • early Israeli travel document
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1948 interim travel document

Israel's "first" travel permits for overseas. The document here was most likely printed around April or May of 1948 and was meant to be used as a travel document or together with a passport (British or foreign) for leaving the Mandate during the interim period...

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  • early Israeli passport
  • early Israeli Diplomatic passport
  • early Israeli Diplomatic passport
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  • Israel Government Printer 1948 - 1953
  • 7. HAMMERMILL paper
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  • Israel Government Printer 1948 - 1953
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Israel Government Printer 1948 – 1953

Printers of Passports & Travel Documents as well. Israel “inherited” it’s Government Printer (GP) from the terminated British Mandate in 1948. Originally established in an old winery, in what was a German settlement colony called Sharona. The Winery went bankrupt and it turned into a...

  • German passport paper usage
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German passport paper usage

Post-War use for lottery in 1945. Here is a fine example of post-war paper shortage usage. After the war there was an acute shortage of paper manufacturing, and we can find this in liberated countries throughout Europe and even as far as in China. Many...