Archives International Auctions Part XXI Fall Auction 2014

Archives International Auctions, Part XXI 87 November 4, 2014 Archives International Auctions Palestine & Israel Interesting and scarce Israel and Palestine Kibbutz and local issue Banknote collection. 761 “Consumer Cooperative Society manufacturer, Please give the total merchandise” Scrip Notes. Israel. Lot of 17 scrip notes. Mer- chant Scrip from Kfar Malul, along with stippen tickets for bread, margarine, white bread, and challah ����������������������������������Est. $100-200 762 Bus Tickets, Tokens and Charity Tickets for Tel Aviv and Jerusa- lem. Israel. Lot of 6 notes. 1) 1 & 2 penny tokens SouthWest LTD; 2) Magen David Adom 5 pennies, if lost please return to Magen David Adom of Jerusalem; 3) Charity for the poor ofYemin Moshe (an area in Jersualem); 4) Good for travel, or reverse, if not used proceeds will go to bennifit Magen David Adom of Tel Aviv Lot of bus tick - ets and tokens. Some are labeleed as “South West Bus Company” and others are to bennifit Magan DavidAdom, the Israel ambulance corp. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $60-120 763 Consumer Cooperative Society manufacturer, “Please give the total merchandise” Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes. Palestine. Lot of 13 scrip notes. Dated ca.1930-1933. Scrip notes from the Kib- butz Kfar Malal, amounts ranging from 1 to 500. ( י’אמ translates to “EretzYisrael”). Dated ca.1930-1933. The kibbutz was found in 1911 under the name Ein Hai and was later renamed adter Moshe Leib Lilienblum an early leader of the Zionest Movement. Ariel Sharon the 11th Prime Minister of Israel was born in Kfar Malal. ����Est. $100-200 764 764 Gvat settlement workers cooperative group, “for internal use only”, Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes. Palestine. Lot of 15 scrip notes. Dated 1947, Money from Kibbutz Gvat ranging in amounts from 1-25 י”אל (which translates to Palestine). ���������������������������Est. $150-300 765 765 Gvat settlement workers cooperative group, “for internal use only”, Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes. Palestine. Lot of 21 scrip notes. Dated from 1947 before Israel became a state. Money from Kibbutz Gvat ranging in amounts from 50-500 י’אמ , Included in the lot are tickets for eggs. Ranging from 5 eggs to 500 eggs. �������������Est. $200-400 766 Kfar Menachem, “internal use”, 1968/1969, amount, Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes Assortment. Palestine and Israel. Lot of 5 notes. Kfar Menachem is a village that was founded in 1937. The notes range in amounts from 5 agurot to 1 lirah. One note is marked as “wrong” �������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $50-100 767 Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes and Bus Tokens Assortment. Pales- tine and Israel, Lot of 5 notes, 1) Bus tokens, Good For use on Dan bus, dated from 1953 worth 5 prutahs; 2) Pick Regev ltd., Regev bus token dated from 1942, worth 3 prutahs; 3) Tzedaka tokens, tzedaka tokens for the poor, one specifically for the holiday of Passover ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ Est. $75-150 768 768 Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes Assortment and Political Scrip Notes. Palestine and Israel. Lot of 21 pieces. 1) Equipment and Service Center, Coupon for the purchase of personal equipment for sol- diers, October 1972, Coupons for soliders to buy their personal items on base. Eahc one is worth 1/2 a point. 2) Egged bus coupons, good for 2 trips, worth 16 agurot, Egged bus coupons, 1 coupon is worth 8 agurot, 1 bus trip. And the other is worth 16 agurot, 2 bus trips. 3) Kibbutz Megiddo, “for internal use only”. Stippen from Kib- butz Megiddo, which was founded in 1947. Amount range from 5 agurot to 10 lirahs. 4) 2 “coupons” urging people not to buy Ger- man goods, most likely pre world war 2, Stippen tickets worth 1 - 25 agurot �������������������������������������������������������������������������������Est. $150-300 769 Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes Assortment. Israel and Palestine. Lot of 16 notes, 1) Kibbutz Beit Kama, 1966/1967, “For internal use only” Scrip notes, Kibbutz beit Kama was founded in 1949. Ther amounts range from 20 agurot to 2 lirah. 2) Hashomer Hatzair Kib- butz Ruhama, 1969/1970, “For internal use only”, Kibbutz Ruhama was founded in 1911 and was the first Jewish settlement in the Ne - gev. The settlemt was affiliated with a socialist Zionist movement called Hashomer Hatzair. The group used the farm on the Kibbutz as its main base along the Gaza-Beersheva line during the British Mandate. A lot of the notes have been stamped as “void” “submit- ted” and furniture” The amounts range from 20 agurot to 10 lirah. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-160 770 Kibbutz Local Scrip Notes Assortment. Israel. Lot of 12 notes. 1) Kibbutz Nirim 1968-1970, For internal use, name, date, Kibbutz Nirim was found in 1948, these notes date from 1968/1969. The amounts range from .10 lirah to 10 lirah. Some of the notes are whole, and have not been turned in as payment ; 2) Kibbutz Ha- Goshrim, amount, For internal use only, signature, Notes from Kibbutz HaGoshrim which was founded in 1948. The dates of the nates range from 1963- 1966. Amounts range from 50 agurot to 1 lirah. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������� Est. $80-160 All Multiple Lots Are Sold As Is. This is Not an Approval Sale. All Sales are final Please inspect before you purchase