Schinoa - The Divine Vehicle, a postcard from Jerusalem, Israel. For Sale
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Schinoa - The Divine Vehicle, a postcard from Jerusalem, Israel.:
A postcard with original artwork by contemporary Israeli artist, Sergey Engel.The picture is a reproduction of the original painting showing an imaginary vehicle used by Jewish priests during the times the Jerusalem Temple existed. The vehicle is powered and moved by the Divine Presence, Schina. The postcard is a part of a small series of postcards with artwork by contemporary Israeli artists covering traditional Jewish subjects.
The postcard will be sent from Jerusalem, Israel. If you collect postcards, it is possible to ask for artist's signature or a small letter on the postcard at no charge. The card will be posted via regular mail, stamp to US costs around $2.If you need the postcard clean, it will be shipped in an envelope, the shipping costs will not change, but you need to specify how you want it - stamped and signed or blank inside an envelope.Flat rate worldwideshipping!
We don't want any headache checking how much a stamp will cost. For $2 a regular letter may be shipped anywhere in the world, and that's our price. However, if you think you want some fancy lightning-fast shipping option don't hesitate to ask.
We offer reduction if you buy several postcards at once. For each additional card you will get -$2 discount on shipping. Check our other sales for more postcards. However, if the weight of the package will exceed 100g we will have to add additional stamp, so the shipping reduction will be less (but there will still be a reduction). There will be no reductions if you want each postcard stamped and sent independently.
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