Passover Haggadah for the Sollel Boneh Company, edited by A. Ben A.Pnimi. Haifa, 1957.
Non-traditional Haggadahh printed by typewritten and stenciled. Does not include passages from the traditional version, but is written in the same spirit: "We were slaves unto the Mandate in Palestine and the "Haganah" freed us with a strong hand…".
22 Leaves, 16x20.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing, Creased with fold mark on binding.
Not mentioned in Haggadot Kibbutziot by Natan Shteiner.
Voice of the Hebrew Soldier, journal of the Hebrew soldiers for a Hebrew army. 1942-1943.
5 pamphlets (1-2, 4-6) of 6 which were printed. The journal calls out to voice “the unbiased voice of the Hebrew solider” and “to tighten the connection between the Hebrew soldiers in the armies of the allies”.
4-8 pages per issue, 20.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing, few tears and folds in margins.
Die Colonisation Palästina's, Major Claude Reignier Conder. Printout from "Judischen Presse", Berlin, 1892.
The settlement of Palestine, lectures of the "Chovevei Zion" association in London. German.
29 Pages, 21.5 cm. Fair condition. Foxing, tears and creases.
Statistisches Jahrbuch des Wochenblattes "Der ungarische Israelit" –Annual statistic report book Jewish weekly paper for 1880. Budapest, 1879.
Anuual report of the weekly newspaper "Der Ungarische Israelit", includes articles and poems.
82,  pages, 19.5 cm. Fair condition. Binding worn and loose, makeshift repair with paper tape.
Time of the Establishment of The State of Israel
dismissal certificate – an empty death certificate of the Palestinian police. Stamp from May 15, 1948.
Place for filling in the name , the reason for his dismissal and the duration of his service in the Palestinian police force. At the bottom is a stamp from Jaffa from May 15, 1948.
16 cm. Good condition. File holes and few creases.
“Ha-Me’orer” calendar for the year 1935-36. Tel Aviv, .
There is a dedication from Golda Meir on the page before the title page: “My dear, will we see each other at work in Eretz Israel, Golda”.
354,  pages. Good condition.
7 study booklets. Published by YMCA, Geneva, 1945. Booklets for studying various trades – work with metals, electric installations etc. In all the booklets there is a stamp on the title page from Bergen Belsen. Polish. 23 cm. Fair condition, foxing.
Peret – Stories and Poems, edited by Gershon Shofman. Vienna, 1924.
Stories and poems anthology. Among the writers are: David Fogel, A. Shlonsky, Uri Zvi Grinberg, Elisheva, Aharon Zeitlin and others.
152 pages, 20.5 cm. Very good condition.
Rabbi Moses ben Maimon, life-history of the Rambam (Maimonides), Benjamin Murmelstein. Vienna, 1935.
Cover illustration by artist Uriel Birnbaum, depicting scenes from the life of the Rambam. German.
32 Leaves, 16.5 cm. Good condition. Cover slightly stained.
Von Baum Und Wohnen Im Neuen Palaestina, Alexander Levy. Berlin, 1920.
Construction and housing in New Palestine. Book by the architect Alexander Levy on construction in Eretz Yisrael, on behalf of the Association of Eretz Yisrael Builders. Contains 53 diagrams and sketches, with introduction by Prof. Otto Warburg.
Levy (1883-1942), Zionist architect, established in 1919 the Association of Builders of Eretz Yisrael to advance planning and construction for the arrival of immigrants. Following his aliyah to Eretz Yisrael he planned and built roads and houses in Tel-Aviv. German.
56 Pages, 31cm. Fair condition, tears, creases. Cover detached.
Bulletin, 10 inconsecutive issues.
Textual material of the latest news broadcasted on the “Kol Hamagen HaIvri”, the Haganah radio station. Includes daily commands of the Haganah commanding officer, convoys from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem, shootings and attacks from the Arabs as well as “greetings”.
1-2 pages per issue, 33 cm. Varying condition, good.
Gali Casino – Coffee shop on the Tel-Aviv shore, photographed postcard (Real Photo), 1920's.
At the front three men stand, on the background – the beach. The structure was built in 1922 initiated by Solomon Grigorivitz Karznovsky, and was active until 1936.
14X9 cm, good condition. Few folds, few stains (primarily on back of postcard).
Real-Photo of five Jewish athletes – youth. On the reverse side appear the names of the photographed and the date, October 1928.
8.5X14 cm. Fair condition, stains, wear to margins.
group photographs by the photographer Avraham Soskin. Tel-Aviv, [the 1920's?].
In one of the photographs the subjects are wearing notes with the writing "Hebrews speak Hebrew".
17X11.5 cm, pasted on cardboard 30X23.5 cm. Good condition. Few stains on the cardboard frames.
Enlarged reprint of a hearse for the transfer of a coffin hitched to a horse. Rădăuţi, Romania, Year not mentioned.
On the top of the chariot a Star of David, alongside an image of a Jew (Isac Thau?) and a fence with a gate (entrance to the cemetery?) in an open snow-covered area. Caption on lower border.
49X39 cm. framed 52X42 cm. Fair condition. Many stains, creases and tears.
4 New Year cards from the end of the 19th century, the beginning of the 20th century.
Three are colored and decorated with flowers.
Various sizes and conditions.
Theodor Wolf, early poem notebook in his hand writing. [Berlin, 1882-1885].
Theodor Wolf (1868-1943), author, publicist, journalist and very influential German Jewish critic. Joined the "Berliner Tageblatt" journal editing staff at age 19 and later became its editor and actual director; worked as a German reporter in Paris and covered the Dreyfus trial; was among the founders of the German Democratic Party; made enemies among the German Nationalists when he openly criticized Germany’s proceedings throughout World War I. Wolf moved to Switzerland via Austria in March 1933. In 1941, he received a visa to enter the USA, but it expired before it was used. He was arrested by the Italian Occupation Forces upon the Nazi Party’s command and incarcerated in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp; he then got transferred to the Berlin Police Prison. Died after an operation at the Jewish Hospital in Berlin.
A letter from the "Europa Verlag" publishing confirming reception of the manuscript and addressed to Wolf’s widow is enclosed.
Over 60 poems, in neat German handwriting,  written pages, 21 cm. Good condition. Few stains. Loose binding.