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Auction 64 Lot Number 385

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Collection of Pins and Badges – Public Transport in Israel

Collection of pins and cap badges – public transport in Israel.
The collection includes, among others: • Pins of "Dan" transport company. • Pins and emblems of the companies "N.M.I.", "Nesher", "Aleh", "Aviv", "Hatorim", "Taxi Gilo", and more. • Five badges of Israel Railways. • Pin – "Automobile and Touring Club of Israel". No clasp. • More.
Total of 27 items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 386

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Collection of Pins and Badges – Guard Services and Security Companies in Israel

Large collection of pins and badges (mostly cap badges) – guarding and security companies in Israel.
The collection includes, among others, pins and badges of "Hevrat HaShmira Ltd. (veteran Jewish policemen in Palestine)", "Agudat HaShomrim", "HaShomer HaNoter", "Brinks Israel", "Mabat, company for intelligence and security Ltd.", "Mishmar", "Ashmoret", "Notre HaBirah", "Keshev, guarding services cooperative Ltd.", and other companies.
Enclosed: Round cap badge with the emblem of the "Levant Fair" (possibly used by guards in the "Levant Fair").
Total of 57 items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 387

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Coins – British Mandate of Palestine – Complete Set

Coins in denominations of 1-100 Mils, 1927-1946. All the coins (59 in all) minted under the British Mandate in Palestine.
Arranged in an album. Title on the front cover of the album: "Palestine Coins – British Mandate 1927-1946" (gilt lettered).
Size and condition vary. Overall condition VF, fair. Album: 24X13.5 cm, with blemishes (mostly to binding).
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 388

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Two Coins – Palestine Mil, 1927 – “Holyland Souvenir Token” – Type I

Two coins, "Holyland Souvenir Token", denomination: 1 Mil, 1927. Type I.
Diameter: 28 mm. One coin AU+/UNC and one coin VF.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 389

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Agora Coin – Large “תש”ך”

Agora coin, 1960. Experimental type – the legend "תש"ך" is larger than regular.
Diameter: 20 mm. XF.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 390

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Set of Lodz Ghetto Banknotes – Nine Banknotes

Nine banknotes from Lodz Ghetto (Litzmannstadt), 1940.
A 50 Pfennig banknote, two 1 Mark banknotes, a 2 Mark banknote, two 5 Mark banknotes, a 10 Mark banknote, a 20 Mark banknote and a 50 Mark banknote (first series of banknotes printed in Lodz Ghetto in 1940).
Jewish symbols were printed on the notes – Stars of David and a seven-branched Menorah; the notes are signed in the plate by Mordechai Rumkowski, Head of Lodz Ghetto Judenrat.
Size and condition vary. Good-to fair-poor overall condition.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 391

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Paper Token – Auschwitz Extermination Camp, 1944

Paper token in the value of 1 Mark (Reichsmark), from Auschwitz extermination camp. Issued in August 1944.
Printed on the front of the token is the inscription "Prämienschein über RM 1 / Konzentrationslager Auschwitz".
Such paper tokens were issued in Auschwitz as "bonuses" or work incentives. Zvi Stahl writes in his book "Jewish Ghettos' and Concentration Camps' Money" that "these means of payment, in denominations of 1/2 and 1 Mark, were given only to chosen inmates of Auschwitz and generally to non-Jewish prisoners. There is evidence that… Jewish prisoners were privileged to benefit from these 'valuable' paper tokens as well. […] During conversations with Auschwitz survivors, to my surprise, I discovered that most inmates never laid their eyes on such tokens. They were surprised to hear that such means of payment even existed". Stahl also mentions that in the book "Man's Search for Meaning", Viktor Frankl tells of a 1 Mark token that he received in the Auschwitz Extermination Camp and notes that such tokens could be exchanged for a dozen cigarettes and the dozen cigarettes could be exchanged for a dozen portions of soup. These tokens are very rare. [See: Zvi Stahl, Jewish Ghettos' and Concentration Camps' Money (1933-1945), London-Holon 1990, pp. 52-56].
See next item.
Approx. 7.5X5.5 cm. Condition: VG-. Stains, minor creases and blemishes. The token is torn lengthwise and repaired with adhesive tape on the back.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 392

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Paper Token – Auschwitz Extermination Camp, 1944 – Red Paper

Paper token in the value of 1 Mark (Reichsmark), from Auschwitz extermination camp. Issued in August 1944.
Printed on red paper. Printed on the front of the token is the inscription: "Prämienschein über RM 1 / Konzentrationslager Auschwitz". Such paper tokens were issued in Auschwitz as "bonuses" or work incentives. See previous item.
Approx. 7.5X4.5 cm. Condition VF+. Vertical folding mark. Stains to back.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 393

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Two Certificates – “Agudat Not’im” – Istanbul, Early 20th Century

Provisional share certificate and a receipt for acquisition of shares of "Agudat Not'im LeMischar VeTa'asiya, Chevra Anonimit Otomanit" ("Agudat Not'im, Anonymous Ottoman Society for Trade and Industry"). Istanbul, ca. 1911-1913.
1. Share certificate confirming that an amount of 50 Turkish Pounds was received from Yitzchak Leib Goldberg, paid on account for 20 shares. Printed on the certificate, in red: "Provisional Certificate" (French). Dated 1911(?). Printed in Hebrew and French, with details filled-in in both languages.
27X31 cm. Good-fair condition. Tears at margins and along vertical folding mark (among them small open tears, slightly affecting text). Stains and creases.
2. Receipt from "Agudat Not'im" confirming payment for acquisition of shares. A declaration appears on the bottom of the receipt: "This receipt is valid until an official certificate from the company is received". Dated 1913. Printed in Hebrew and French, with details filled-in in Russian.
13X17 cm. Good-fair condition. Small tears at margins. Stains and creases.
"Agudat Not'im" was a privately owned Zionist society that aimed to promote settlement in Palestine. The society was founded in 1905 by Aharon Eisenberg, Haim Michel Michlin and Yitzchak Levi. It's plan was to prepare the land for Aliya and to establish settlements on a solid financial basis with orchards and fruit-bearing fields enabling the newcomers to be established as soon as possible. In April 1910 the society registered as an official Ottoman company based in Constantinople, and was the first Zionist society to be registered by the Ottoman authorities. The representative of the company in Constantinople was Gad Frumkin who served as the official director.
Yitzchak (Isaac) Leib Goldberg (1860-1935), Zionist activist and philanthropist, delegate of Vilnius to the Zionist Congress. Among other enterprises, he donated to the purchase lands in Palestine, including large plots in Hadera and Sarona and the lands of the Hebrew University on Mount Scopus and was the first publisher of "HaAretz" newspaper.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 394

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Two Bonds – Carmel Original Winery – Haifa, 1920s

Two bonds issued by "S. Friedman & Sons, Carmel Original, Haifa & Petah-Tiqvah, Palestine. Distilleries and Cellars of Wine, Liquors and Cognacs" (Carmel Original Winery). Lifshitz printing press, Jerusalem, [ca. 1928]. Hebrew and English.
1. A blank bond in which the company promises to pay the holder the amount of ten US$ in 1938. The note is complete; the interest coupons were not detached.
33.5X50 cm. Good-fair condition. Tears and open tears at margins and at folding marks. Stains. Creases.
2. A blank bond in which the company promises to pay the holder the amount of 100 US$ in 1938. The note is complete; the interest coupons were not detached
50X35 cm. Good condition. Small tears at margins and at folding marks. Open tear at margins, not affecting text. Creases.
Carmel Original winery was established in Haifa by Shimon Friedman, born in Tiberias, in 1889. In 1912 Friedman acquired a winery located in the Lachman Estate in Petach Tikva, the first stone house in this settlement, and turned it into a branch of the winery. The winery in Petach Tikva was managed by the Friedman family until 1964, when it was sold to Tnuva company. In 1971 Tnuva sold the winery to Stock company, and under this ownership the winery was named "HaMartef" (the cellar). In 1990 the winery was sold again and its name was changed to Barkan Wineries.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 395

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Five Share Warrant Certificates – The Marine Trust Ltd. – Tel-Aviv Port – Tel-Aviv, 1936

Five different share warrant certificates issued by The Marine Trust Ltd. company, in the amount of 21 shares. Tel-Aviv: "Eretz Israel", 1936. Hebrew and English.
In April 1936, when the Arab Revolt broke out, the Jaffa Port went on strike and there was an increasing need for establishing a new port. The Marine Trust company was founded to finance the construction of a new port – the Port of Tel-Aviv. Half of the shares were offered to the public, and the public bought shares with a sense of participation in the Zionist enterprise.
1. Share warrant – the bearer is entitled to one fully paid up ordinary share of 1 Palestine Pound.
2. Share Warrant – the bearer is entitled to two fully paid up ordinary shares of 1 Palestine Pound each.
3. Share Warrant – the bearer is entitled to three fully paid up ordinary shares of 1 Palestine Pound each.
4. Share Warrant – the bearer is entitled to five fully paid up ordinary shares of 1 Palestine Pound each.
5. Share Warrant the bearer is entitled to ten fully paid up ordinary shares of 1 Palestine Pound each.
All the Share Certificates are with dividend coupons.
50.5X22 cm. Good overall condition. Some tears at margins. Tear reinforced with adhesive tape to one certificate. Stains. Minor creases.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 396

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“Gift Bond” – Certificate for Donation to the Development of the Huleh Zone – JNF – United States, 1937

Jewish National Fund Gift Bond for the development of the Huleh Zone in Palestine as national property of the Jewish people. Hasbrouck, Thistle & Co. Inc. printing press, New York, 1937. English.
A certificate of appreciation, for a donation of $5 for the development of the Hula, awarded by JNF to the donors Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Offin. Designed as a bond certificate. The certificate states that the donation was given on the 35th anniversary of JNF. On the back of the certificate appears a map of Palestine with areas of Jewish settlements marked on it; the Hula Valley is surrounded by a circle. The certificate is signed in the plate by Menachem Ussishkin, chairman of JNF, and Israel Goldstein, Chairman of JNF America.
The plan to develop the Hula Valley and its drainage was conducted very slowly from early 20th century. It was first managed by traders from Beirut who founded for this purpose the "Agricultural Ottoman Company", but in 1934 the franchise was transferred to the "Hachsharat HaYishuv" company. Objections to the plan, the Arab Revolt and World War II, delayed the implementation of the plan, and the drainage of the Hula started in fact only in 1951, after the establishment of the State of Israel.
27X21 cm. Good condition. A number of dark stains. Creases.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 397

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Debenture Stock Certificate of the Palestine Construction Company – Specimen – Palestine, 1938

Debenture Stock Certificate, specimen, of Palestine Construction Company Limited. Warhaftig's Press, Haifa, [ca. 1938]. Hebrew and English.
A blank certificate, stamped "Specimen", of Palestine Construction Company Limited. The certificate states that the guarantor to the company's debenture stocks is the Palestine Electric Company.
Share certificates and debenture stock certificates marked as "Specimen" were often kept by the printer as samples, when the company cancelled or changed the document and discarded the rejected version.
50.5X31.5 cm. Good condition. Small open tear to vertical folding mark. Small tears at margins. Stains. Folding marks and creases.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 398

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Collection of Share Certificates of Small Banks – Palestine, 1920s-1940s

Five share certificates and a deposit note issued by small banks between 1920s and 1940s, a period in which small banking and loan societies in Palestine were flourishing.
1. Illustrated share certificate of "Bank for Agriculture & Small Industry at Ramat Gan Ltd". Z. Rivlin printing press, Tel Aviv. Issued in Ramat Gan in 1929. The certificate indicates that Yitzchak Leib Goldberg is the owner of one share in the value of one Palestine Pound. About Goldberg see item no. 393.
2-3. Two blank share certificates issued by "The National Guarantee & Mortgage Bank of Palestine Ltd.", each one indicating that the holder is the owner of one Preference Share. "HaSolel" printing press, Haifa, [1930s or 40s]. Both shares are complete and include dividend coupons.
On the back of one share appear records of incomes and expenses (written by hand and typewritten, in English) from the years 1941-1942.
4. Blank Deposit Note of "Bank Nurock-Idelsack Ltd.", confirming that the holder of the note deposited in the bank the amount of 5 Palestine Pounds. Design: [Tuvia?] Aharoni. Arieli press, Tel-Aviv, [ca. 1930s]. The certificate is complete with dividend coupons. Due to a printing error, not all the coupons match the number on the certificate.
5. Blank share certificate of "The Palestine Banking Corporation Ltd.". Arieli press, Tel-Aviv.
6. Blank share certificate of "Kupat-Milve shel Hapoel Hamizrachi BeEretz Israel Ltd.", Jerusalem. The margins are trimmed; on the back appears a handwritten list of incomes and expenses of "HaPoel HaMizrachi" branch in Jerusalem for the year 1945.
Size and condition vary. Good to good-fair overall condition.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 399

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Collection of Share Certificates and Debentures – Banks and Commercial Companies – Palestine, 1930s-70s

19 share certificates and other documents issued by banks and by various commercial companies. Palestine, 1930s-1970s.
Share certificates, debentures and other documents issued by banks and by various commercial companies, among them: • Two deposit certificates – five Palestine Pounds each – issued by Halvaah Vehisachon Jaffa-Tel-Aviv Cooperative Society Ltd. 1931, 1932. • Debenture of Bank Lecredit Gomleen Cooperative Society Ltd., in the amount of 1 Palestine Pound. Tel-Aviv, 1932. • Two debentures of Zerubabel Bank, Cooperative Society Ltd., Central Institution of the Palestine Cooperative Movement, in the amount of five Palestine Pounds. Tel-Aviv, 1935, 1945. • Certificate confirming acquisition of an insurance policy against risk of fire and lightning from "Lloyd's" London, through "'Misrah' Insurance Service, Treu and Steinweg". Tel-Aviv, 1939. • Debenture in the amount of 25 Palestine Pounds, The A. P. B. Investment Company Limited. Tel-Aviv, 1945. Stamped "cancelled". • Share certificate of Kupat Am Bank Limited. Tel-Aviv, 1954. • Share certificate of Palestine-British Bank Ltd., the bearer owns one share. [1962]. • Share certificate of Israel Credit Bank Ltd., the bearer owns 10 preference shares. Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, 1962. • Two share certificates of Export Bank Ltd. certifying that the bearer, "Shulamit Assets Ltd.", is the owner of shares; one in the amount of 400 shares, purchased in 1959, and the other in the amount of 111 shares, purchased in 1964. • Share certificate of Bank Hapoalim Ltd., certifying that the bearer is the owner of one share. Tel-Aviv, 1972. • And more.
Size and condition vary. Good to good-fair overall condition. Signatures of company's representatives were cut out from one share.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 400

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Collection of Share Certificates, Receipts, Debentures and Deposit Certificates – JNF, Keren HaYesod, The Jewish Colonial Trust Ltd., Government of Palestine and more – The First Half of the 20th Century

13 share certificates, receipts, debentures and deposit certificates issued by various Zionist organizations, banks, societies and the Mandatory Palestine government. Palestine and Germany, the first half of the 20th century.
• Three share certificates issued by the Jewish Colonial Trust Limited, in the value of one share each. 1901, 1907. • Debenture issued by the The Anglo-Palestine Co. Limited bank, acknowledging the receipt of 1000 Frcs. from the Juedischer Nationalfonds (Keren Kajemeth LeJisroel), as a profitable deposit. These debentures were issued by the bank as collateral against a loan from JNF (used as a legal solution to overcome the prohibition imposed by the Turks on JNF activity in urban areas) to assist in the establishment of the Achuzat Bayit neighborhood. Design: Jacob Stark (signed in the plate "Bezalel Stark Yerushalem"). Ca. 1909. Stamped "annulled". • "Genuss-schein" (Certificate of Participation in Profits) in the amount of 80 Marks issued by "'Erez Israel' Siedlungsgesellschaft mit beschraenkter Haftung, Cöln" (Eretz Israel Colonization Association with Limited Liability, Cologne). Certificate of participation in JNF profits – the holder is entitled to a share in profits obtained by the Jüdischer Nationalfonds Limited as co-partner of "Eretz Israel" settlement society, 1910. • Two receipt certificates for a donation to Keren HaYesod – The Eretz Israel (Palestine) Foundation Fund, 1927, 1930. Design: Meir Gur-Arie. • Blank share certificate issued by "The Metropolin Bank Ltd.", [ca. 1930]. • Deposit certificate – "Halvaah Vehisachon Jerusalem Cooperative Society Ltd.", 1934. • Share certificate of "The Mizrahi Bank Ltd.". Jerusalem, 1937. • Government of Palestine – three bearer bonds – ten pounds each. 1945, 1946.
Size and condition vary. A number of shares are torn, lacking and repaired with adhesive tape.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 401

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Collection of Share Certificates, Deposit Certificates and more – Palestine, 1920s-1960s

Ten share certificates, deposit certificates and other documents of banks and various companies, Palestine, 1920s-60s.
• Two share certificates issued by Bank Hapoalim, 1924 and 1925. • Deposit certificate issued by the "Anglo-Palestine Company Ltd.", 1925. • Share certificate of "The Kupat Ashrai Eretz Israel, Credit Bank Ltd., Jerusalem", 1935. • Blank deposit certificate of "Kedem Credit Bank Ltd.". • Dividend Warrant issued by "The Palestine Corporation Ltd.", 1949. • Share certificate issued by Bank "Otsar Ha-Hayal Ltd.", 1952. • Deposit certificate issued by "Hollandsche Bank-Unie N.V", 1954. Stamped "cancelled". • A purchase rights document, granting the right to buy a "Milve Amami shel Medinat Israel" bond issued by "Globus Investment and Finance Ltd.", 1954. • Share certificate issued by "Kupat Am Bank Ltd.", 1963.
Size and condition vary. Good to fair-poor overall condition. Stains, tears, some reinforced with adhesive tape. Small open tears. Creases.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 402

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Collection of Share Certificates and Bonds – “Kallia”, “Otzar Mifale Yam Ltd.”, Israel Electric Corporation Ltd., and More

17 share certificates, bonds, receipts and additional financial documents of various companies. Palestine, 1930s-1970s
Share certificates, bonds and other financial documents issues by different companies, private and government owned, among them: • Blank share certificate of "'Kallia' Seaside and Health Resort, Limited", 1930s. • Share certificate indicating the purchase of one share in the amount of 1 Palestine Pound of "The Marine Trust Ltd.", 1936. • Blank share certificate of "'Sinai' Publishing House Ltd.", 1930s. • Saving Certificate in the amount of 4 Palestine Pounds of "Beiti Palestine Saving and Building Co. Ltd. ", 1941. • Two Bonds in the amount of 10 Palestine Pounds issued by "Ezra u-Bitzaron, Housing Company Ltd.", 1947. • Blank Share Certificate of "Mivtach-oz", a corporation for economic projects, founded by the "Mizrachi World Union and the Mizrachi Organization of Israel, Limited.", 1950s. • Bond in the amount of 100 Pounds issued by "The Israel Electric Corporation Ltd.", 1963, stamped "cancelled". • Three Share Certificates issued by "Binyane HaUma Ltd.". Each of the certificates indicates ownership of one share. 1951. • And more.
Enclosed: two membership cards in "Igud Binyane HaUma", 1952; a letter enclosed with the share of "Binyane HaUma Company Ltd", stating its value and noting that a membership card is enclosed, with greetings to the buyer, [1952].
Size and condition vary. Good-fair overall condition.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 403

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Collection of Payment Means – Kibutzim, Kvutzot and Cooperative Societies

Collection of approx. 280 payment means, mostly for internal use in Kibutzim, Kvutzot and cooperative societies and a minority for purchasing food in cafeterias. [Israel, 1940s through 1970s].
The collection includes internal payment means, among them four booklets, some for purchasing "small supplies" and other products, which were used in tens of Kibutzim and Kvutzot, including Kfar Aza, Tirat Zvi, Kfar Malal, Consumers Cooperative Kiryat Haim, Zora, Kibutz Alonim, Ashdot Ya'akov Ihud, Afek, Dalia, Kvutzat Hanita, Ramat David, Shamir, Ein HaShofet, Kfar MEnahem, Gilead, Hazor, Ruhama, Sarid, HaOn, Ramat Yochanan, Shefaim, Revivim, Ayelet HaShachar, Tel Katzir, Yakum, Sde Boker, Ma'agan Michael, Alumot, Mishmarot, Manara, Dafna, Kfar HaNasih, HaGoshrim, Hulata, Yifat, Beit HaEmek, Lavi, and more.
The collection also includes coupons for buying coffee, tea and soft drinks in "Rakefet" restaurant in Ashdod, and in the "Local Council Cafeteria". Some of these coupons are ink-stamped on the back – "Local Council Ashdod".
Approx. 280 paper items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 404

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Collection of Receipts, Payment Means, Donation Coupons and More – Palestine and the United States, 1930s-1970s

Approximately 150 payment means, donation coupons, receipts for donations and more. Palestine and the United States, 1930s-70s.
A varied collection which includes, among other things: checks; receipts for donations to various national and local fundraising campaigns; vouchers and certificates for food purchase during World War II and austerity days; vouchers and coupons for purchasing or obtaining food in hospitals, sports events and more; discount stamps, purchase vouchers and gift certificates for buying in "Shekem" stores; and other items.
Approx. 150 items. Size and condition vary. Good to fair overall condition.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction 64 Lot Number 405

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Large Collection of Transportation Tickets – “Eged”, “HaMekasher”, “HaMa’avir”, “Shachar”, “Hever” and more – Israel, 1940s-1970s

Approximately 750 transportation tickets, multi-rides tickets, receipts and other paper items related to transportation. Israel [ca. 1940s-1970s].
The collection includes transportation tickets, transportation tokens, multi-ride tickets, receipts, transportation coupons for soldiers, receipts for sending parcels, coupons for buying food in cafeterias, and more, of the major transportation companies operating in the country, among them: "Eged-Eshed", "HaMa'avir", "Shachar", "Drom-Yehudah", "Dan", "Ichud-Regev", "HaMekasher-Yerushalayim", "Mishmar Hamifratz", "Hever" Haifa, "Mesilot HaBarzel Palestina", "Rakevet Israel", "HaChevra HaMeuhedet LeTayarut", "Eged Sherut Chavilot U-Mitanim", "HaGalil", "Chevrat Han Yunes LeTa'avura", "Chevrat HaNesi'ot veHaTayarut Nazrat", "Aviron" aviation company, "Shoham Sherute HaYam", and more.
Some of the paper tokens bear a red Star of David, and their value, if not used, was transferred to "Magen David Adom". In the collection is a single metal token issued by "Drom-Yehuda" company in the denomination of 2 Pruta, [1950].
Approx. 750 paper tickets and other paper items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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