|67||Soldier's Certificates and Permits – Independence War in Jerusalem||02. Eretz Israel, British Mandate and Underground Movements, State of Israel||
15 certificates and Laissez Passer notes, handwritten and printed, granted to a soldier during the Independence War. Jerusalem, 1948.
|68||Sefer Nidachei Yisrael – Oradea-Mara, 1941||2. Romania and Hungary Jewry||
Sefer Nidachei Yisrael, Shmuel Zeev Goldman. Grosswardein (Oradea-Mara), 1941.
|68||Lists of Vacated from Upper Galilee Settlements – War of Independence||Creation of Israel and War of Independence||
3 lists of vacated from Upper Galilee settlements, when the War of Independence broke out and the settlements have been disconnected from transportation routes and from settled areas, late 1947 or 1948.
|68||Magid Devarav Le-Ya’akov – Berdichev, 1808||Hassidiam and Kabbalah||
Magid Devarav Le-Ya’akov, a compilation of Rabbi Dov Ber’s teachings, the Maggid of Mezritch. Berdichev, .
|Opening- $250||Sold for-$1300|
|68||Sha’arei Tzion – Zhitomir, 1865||4. Books printed in Slavita and Zhitomir,books printed in Russia and Poland||
Sha’arei Tzion, Prayers and Tikunim, with the “Tikun Se’udah” and the “Sefer Yetzirah”, by Rabbi Nathan Neta Hannover. Zhitomir, 1865, printed by Rabbi Chanina Lipa and Rabbi Yehoshua Heshil Shapira, grandsons of the holy rabbi from Slavita.
|68||"Yom HaMedina" Newspaper, May 14, 1948||Creation of Israel and War of Independence:||
Yom HaMedina Newspaper, joint issue of Palestine newspapers. Friday, May 14 .1948, 4 pm – "The nation announces the State of Israel".
|Opening- $120||Sold for-$220|
|68||Ketubah Contract / Beit Din divorce confirmation – Vienna, 1934||3. Ketubot and Marriage Documents||
Printed Ketubah form, filled in handwriting, celebrating the wedding of Philip and Aurelia Pistiner. Vienna, 1934. * Beit Din divorce confirmation. Written by hand on the letter paper of the Vienna rabbinical office: “Divorce given by husband Ya’akov […] son of Israel Zelig called Isidor through Yerucham Fishel son of Ze’ev who lives here in Vienna, to be transmitted to his wife Feige…”. Bears the witnesses’ signatures and the ink-stamp of Vienna’s rabbinical court. 24 cm. Varying conditions.
|Opening- $200||Sold for-$200|
|68||Shmuel Yosef Schweig – Documentation of the Archaeological Delegation to Sinai||07. Photography||
Photo-album by Shmuel Yosef Schweig (1902-1983) documenting the activity of the [ca. 1956] archaeological research delegation to Sinai headed by Prof. Binyamin Mazar, which researched Sinai and the Santa Caterina (Saint Catherine) Monastery.
|Opening- $250||Sold for-$250|
|68||Jerusalemite Talmud Kodshim (Forged) – Tractates Chulin-Bechorot||04. Polemics||
Jerusalemite Talmud Seder Kodshim, Part 2, Tractates Chulin-Bechorot, with glosses of the Maharsham of Berzan and explanation of rare words and comments by Shlomo Buber. Commentary Cheshek Shlomo, published by Shlomo Ye’uda son of the Maharam the Sephardi, Freidlander. S. Vorahl (Sa’ini), 1907.
|Opening- $200||Sold for-$275|
|68||Painting of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Ashkenazi "Chacham Zvi"||04. Photographs||
Color painting of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Ashkenazi (On Bakelite?)
|Opening- $200||Sold for-$650|
|68||"Kol Tel Aviv" Calendar for the year 1933-4||06. Tel-Aviv||
1933-4 Calendar, "Kol Tel Aviv". Defus HaTechiya publishing, Tel Aviv, 1933.
|Opening- $100||Sold for-$220|
|68||Tur Yoreh De'ah, Ostraha, 1804||03. Books printed in Slavita and Zhitomir, Books printed in Russia and Poland||
Yoreh De'ah section of Shulchan Aruch, with Rama, Be'er HaGola, and Be'er HaTiv commentaries. Ostraha . Second of four parts printed between 1804-1806.
|Opening- $150||Sold for-$0|
|68||Y. Ben-Dov Publishing||01. Postcards||
43 postcards by Ben-Dov Publishing, among them postcards from the series: Haifa, Dead Sea, Jerusalem, the Galil, and different postcards of Moshavot.
|Opening- $400||Sold for-$550|
|68||Miniature Bible - 2x3 cm||05. Miniatures||
Torah Nevi'im U-Ketuvim. [Warsaw, around 1895]. Published by Menahem M. Schaltz.
|Opening- $400||Sold for-$400|
|68||Collection of Documents– Jewish-Viennese Family, Prior to the Holocaust and Afterwards||4||
Twenty-four documents belonging to Marcus and Lotte Drechsler who lived in Vienna, Austria, under the Nazi regime, moved to Belgium in 1939, and later that year to the USA. The collection includes: documents and certificates issued by the police in Vienna (late 1938, early 1939); various documents from Jewish relief organizations in Antwerp, Belgium; certificates issued by the police and the immigration bureau in Belgium; certificate issued by the office for Jewish Citizens in Belgium; certificate issued by the Jewish Community Committee in Vienna; letter from the management of the Buchenwald Concentration Camp; correspondence with the American consulate; Lotte Drechsler’s American citizen card, and other documents. Sizes and conditions vary, generally in good condition.
|Opening- $350||Sold for-$420|
|68||Second Maccabiah – Tel Aviv, 1935||06. Photography, 20th Century||
Five photographs documenting the opening ceremony of the Second Maccabiah. Tel Aviv, April, 1935.
|68||Arvei Nachal – Sudilkovo, 1825 – First Edition||06. Hassidism||
Arvei Nachal, a wonderful work on the Torah, by Rabbi David Shlomo Eibeschitz Av Beit Din of Sorocza. Sudilkovo, [between 1825-1836]. First edition. Unidentified signatures on leaf margins.
|Opening- $250||Sold for-$280|
|68||Torah Scroll Rimonim – Greece||03. Torah Rimonim||
Pair of small Rimonim [Torah finials] for Torah Scroll. Greece or Rhodes, early 20th century.
|68||Tel-Aviv, 1920s – Seven Photographs||5. Photography, 20th Century||
Seven photographs of the city of Tel-Aviv, [1920s-30s]: Herzl Street (from the direction of Herzlia Gymnasium), Lilienblum Street, HaShachar Street, Rothschild Boulevard, funeral of Max Nordau in Bialik Boulevard, "Ha'aretz" newspaper building on Montefiore Street, Casino "Galei Aviv" on the beech. Average size 11.5X17 cm. Good condition.
|68||Rabbi Ya’akov Emden Prayer Book, Koretz, 1818||07.Books Printed in Russia and Poland||
Prayer book, section I: Platin Beit Kel “Amudei Shamayim”, section II: Armon Ir Ha’Elokim “Sha’arei Shamayim”. With commentaries of Rabbi Ya’akov of Emden (Yavetz) according to the revealed and concealed Torah including Kavanat Ha’Ari, and laws pertaining to prayer. Koretz, .