Israel Judaica Kkl Jnf 1944 Brazil Brasil Diaspora Issue R.#br.1-4 Rare


Israel Judaica Kkl Jnf 1944 Brazil Brasil Diaspora Issue R.#br.1-4  Rare

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Israel Judaica Kkl Jnf 1944 Brazil Brasil Diaspora Issue R.#br.1-4 Rare:
$46


Israel Judaica KKL JNF (Jewish national fund). Diaspora stamps issued 1944 by the JNF in Brazil. Rochlin Catalog # BR1-4 complete booklet pane, showing "In the storm" painting by E.M Lilian, Wanderers woodcut by Jacob Steinhardt, Exile painting by S. Hirschberg, Jewish street in Cracow. This pane is mint never hinged with 2 pin holes from booklet staple in opper left stamp. RARE PANE MISSING FROM MOST JNF COLLECTIONS.
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Israel Judaica Kkl Jnf 1944 Brazil Brasil Diaspora Issue R.#br.1-4 Rare:
$46

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Stamps, Israel, 1960 (shades Of Blue)