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Camp David Accords, First Day Cover Envelope,  by Carter, Sadat and Begin (Signed).

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Camp David Accords, First Day Cover Envelope, by Carter, Sadat and Begin (Signed).

AUTOGRAPHS & MANUSCRIPTS. Washington, DC, 1979. Framed envelope issued on the day of the Egypt/Israel Peace Treaty, signed by the leaders of the U.S, Egypt and Israel.

Price: $9,500

SIGNED by President Anwar Sadat, Prime Minister Menachem Begin, and President Jimmy Carter on the cancelled envelope.

Sixteen months after Anwar Sadat’s historic visit to Israel, the Israel — Egypt peace treaty was signed in Washington. It contains nine articles, a military annex, and annex dealing with the relation between the parties.

The ceremony on the White House lawn in Washington, DC was broadcast live on television. The two leaders sealed the deal with a firm handshake, watched by a smiling President Jimmy Carter. This agreement followed the Framework for Peace in the Middle East which had been worked on at Camp David between September 5 to September 17, 1978.

CARTER, Jimmy. The Camp David Accords. Egypt — Israel Treaty for Peace. The White House. March 26, 1979. First Day Cover envelope SIGNED by the Presidents by Egypt, Israel, and The United States, accompanied by color photograph of Anwar Sadat, Jimmy Carter and Menachem Begin, archivally matted and framed. First Day Cover envelope (with cancel) issued on the day of the Egypt — Israel Peace Treaty. Hebrew text from The Prayer Book “who spreadeth the tabernacle of peace over us and over all his people Israel and over Jerusalem.” Fine condition.



Framed presentation of The Camp David  Accords First Day Cover envelope SIGNED.