1958 David Ben-gurion 10th Anniversary Of Israel Independence First Day Cover
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1958 David Ben-gurion 10th Anniversary Of Israel Independence First Day Cover :
David Ben-Gurion (1886-1973), the First Prime Minister of Israel (1948-1954), boldly signed this first day cover celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Israel Independence. He signed over the cancellation and touching the stamp, tying all three together.
Often referred to as the founding father of Israel, Ben-Gurion led the Jewish community in Palestine in the struggle for an independent Jewish state. He helped write the Israeli Declaration of Independence and was the one to declare Israel an independent nation on May 14, 1948. As Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, Ben-Gurion played an instrumental role in building the infrastructure of the new nation.
4” x 6”.
Condition: A little soil on the very left edge (not near signature), otherwise in very good condition.
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