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October 19, 2009 08:19

 
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The Israel Postal Company's Philatelic Service is soliciting from the general public - institutions and individuals - proposed themes for postage stamps to be issued in 2011. The suggested themes must reflect Israeli experience and values and be worthy of an official stamp, and priority will be given to subjects related to children and youth. The subject must be specific, in writing (rather than a drawing), original and of national importance. Send themes by October 29 to the Philatelic Service's director, 12 Sderot Yerushalayim, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, or by fax to (076) 887-3901, or by e-mail to philserv@postil.com

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