MAP OF ISRAEL [in modern Hebrew]. Complete set of 26 folded maps, printed in six colours. Tel Aviv, Survey of Israel, 1967-68.
Each map measuring c. 52 x 45 cm (one slightly larger); when folded back each front and rear 'cover' (verso segments of the maps) is printed in a different pastel colour with a vignette of a landmark of the main city on that sheet; all housed in the original paper-covered drop-back slipcase, spine lettered in white and with grid of all the maps contained; minimal wear to slipcase, otherwise remarkably clean and fresh, apparently never used.
This set was issued after the six-day war with some of the new territories covered, at the large scale of 1:100,000. The Library of Congress, which meticulously lists and describes its holdings of Israel maps, does not seem to have this set.