The Italian post office in Jerusalem opened on June 1, 1908. Temporarily closed between October 1, 1911, and November 30, 1912, it operated until September 30, 1914. The stamps used were regular (unoverprinted) Italian ones, stamps overprinted in Turkish currency, and stamps overprinted Gerusalemme .
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The newspaper shown in Figure 4 is the monthly “BETLEMME,” dated 7th November 1909. The newspaper was sent from Jerusalem to Torino Italy. It is franked with a 10 para Italian Levant 1909 issue, paying the single printed matter rate to Italy. The stamp is cancelled with the “GERUSALEMME UFF. POSTALE ITALIANO” postmark. This is one of two newspapers recorded so far that were posted through the Italian Post Office in Palestine.
The Rare Newspaper Mail Stamp, The Israel Philatelist, April 2013, p. 51.
Parcel Post & Parcel Card Usage Part 2 – Holy Land 1882 – 1954, The Israel Philatelist, Winter 2016, p. 16.
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