The Mandatory Palestine ( فلسطين ) passport refers to the travel document that was intended for residents of Mandatory Palestine between 1925 and 1948.
The first brown-covered passport appeared around 1927, following the Nationality Law from 1925.
These passports became invalid with the termination of the British mandate on 15 May 1948.
The standard brown covered British Passport for Palestine was issued around 1930-1931 up to 1948. The brown covered passports where printed in 1925 and the earliest issued sample known was from 1927, where Page 1 is the main difference. However, multiple minor varieties are noted.
Passport was not cancelled and no sign of visa usage.
1927-1929 : Brown covered British Mandate Passport - Type I
1930-1948 : Brown covered British Mandate Passport - Type II