Join Mr. Ed Kroft, President of the Royal Philatelic Society of Canada on this epic adventure through time and space! This postal history presentation discusses over 100 rare covers sent from Mandate Palestine to various uncommon worldwide destinations over a 31 year period.
This presentation appeals to young and old, the generalist and the specialist. All you need is an appetite for an entertaining mix of history, geography and philately filled with extensive research.
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