Israel 2013 One Hundred Years of Powered Flight

From Stamps of the World

  • Issue date: 3rd December 2013
  • three values in gummed form with tabs, and in self-adhesive form in a booklet
  • Designed by: Igal Gabay, from photographs by Nir Ben Yosef, or after a model made by Gil Kadosh and Diego Prilosky (Fouga Magister)
  • Printed by: Cartor, France, in sheetlets of 8 (gummed stamps). Printer and print process of booklet not reported
  • Print process: lithography
  • stamp format height 30mm (50mm with tab) x width 40mm (gummed), or height 30mm x width 40mm (self-adhesive)
  • Perforations: 12.9 x 13.2, or die-cut 12.4 x 12.4 (self-adhesive)

One Hundred Years of Powered Flight in the Holy Land[edit]

Sheetlets of eight stamps with tab borders[edit]

3.10sh
3.10sh
3.10sh


3.10sh and tab ~ Bleriot XI flown by Jules Vedrines in Jaffa region, Tel Aviv and on to Cairo in December 1913; compass rose (tab)
3.10sh and tab ~ IAI Zukit (Fouga Magister), jet training aircraft (France, assembled in Israel), from 1960; flight instrumentation (tab)
3.10sh and tab ~ Heron 1 unmanned aerial vehicle, manufactured in Israel from 1994; abstract sketch of sphere / gyroscope (tab)

First Day Cover[edit]

Self-adhesive Booklet[edit]


Booklet (18.60sh) - two copies of each of three designs, self-adhesive

self-adhesive booklet
booklet cover