Israel Wallish doar Yehudah cover design 222295



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English: Sketch by Wallish (1903-1977) for the first stamps of a country to be named Yehudah. "Yehuda Essay - 1948 Essay for Israel 1st coins (sic). Sketch in black ink of block of 4 on a proposed 1st day cover, imprinted cachet at left dated 5.4.1948, on high quality white/yellowish paper mounted on card and sign by the designer Otto Wallish at bottom right. Sketch (cover frame) size 175x112mm, Card size 155x209mm. VF & very rare. Tsachor certificate" The image is a sketch for the first day cover for Israeli stamps.

12 February 2008(2008-02-12) (original upload date)


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Sketch by Otte Wallish, deceased.. Original uploader was HG at en.wikipedia



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