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Palestine Mandate rare 2m printed matter rate postage applied to newspaper 1943

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Rare 2 mils printed matter rate applied to The Union of Religious Writers weekly paper "BaMishor" ('In the Field'), tied by 2m pictoral stamp (Ba 90), from JERUSALEM to TEL AVIV 23 DE 43. Sent to a "Sh. Ch. Kook" - probably Rabbi Shlomo Kook (1929-1971), a nephew of Rabbi Avraham Yitzhak HaCohen Kook, who also contributed articles to this paper (including this edition) and redirected to his post office box (290). Complete newspaper (12 pages), with fold at center and some stains; a few minor tears at the bottom; size: 23.4 x 30.1cm. For whatever reason, the mailing of this publication was subsequently charged the 3m rate in 1946, perhaps having lost its authorization for the reduced rate with the General Post Office when re-titled & published without the auspicies of the Union of Religious Writers (see 3rd image).

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Rare 2 mils printed matter rate applied to The Union of Religious Writers weekly paper "BaMishor" ('In the Field'), tied by 2m pictoral stamp (Ba 90), from JERUSALEM to TEL AVIV 23 DE 43. Sent to a "Sh. Ch. Kook" - probably Rabbi Shlomo Kook (1929-1971), a nephew of Rabbi Avraham Yitzhak HaCohen Kook, who also contributed articles to this paper (including this edition) and redirected to his post office box (290). Complete newspaper (12 pages), with fold at center and some stains; a few minor tears at the bottom; size: 23.4 x 30.1cm. For whatever reason, the mailing of this publication was subsequently charged the 3m rate in 1946, perhaps having lost its authorization for the reduced rate with the General Post Office when re-titled & published without the auspicies of the Union of Religious Writers (see 3rd image).