• Issue: December 1950
  • Designer: R. Rubin Artwork & Wind Struski
  • Plate no.: 25
  • Method of printing: Photolithography

The desert landscape of the Negev, many areas of which have now been inhabited and cultivated, is depicted on this stamp. The beginning of human cultivation is portrayed in the water pipe from which the camels of the desert are drinking. The stamp's inscription reads: "For I give water in the wilderness... ."

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Opening Post Office in Eilat