Auction 10 - Books, Manuscripts, Rabbinical Letters

Drawing of the Akeidat Yitzchak– Jerusalem the 1900's

Opening: $120
An illustration of the Akeidat Yitzchak (The Binding of Yitzchak). Colorful lithographic work. Jerusalem, [c. 1900], Moshe Mizrahi style.
It has the images of Avraham, Yitzchak, Yishmael, Eliezer and the donkey. Yitzchak is bound to the altar and Avraham, holding the knife in his hand, listens to the Angel, while, in the background, there is a deer entangled in the trees.
On the borders of the page, handwritten in a Sephardic style, there is a Shana Tova letter from the holy city of Jerusalem to Lord David Ezra [from Bombay], by Rabbi Shmuel Menachem Mendel and Hinda Agasi [fathers of the Agasi family in Jerusalem].
33x23.5cm leaf. Very good condition, folding marks.
One of the first colorful works of Monsohn print in Jerusalem.
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