Wanted – a British poster published by the Palestine Police Force. Jerusalem, February 1947.
On the sign there are pictures and information about 18 Irgun and Lechi fighters, including Menachem Begin, Aryeh ben Eliezer and Natan Yelin [Mor]. It also says that monetary prizes would be given by the Palestine government to anyone who would provide information leading to their arrest.
Printed on thin cardboard. Hebrew, English and Arabic.
100x70 cm. Good condition. Stains.
Photograph of paratroopers following the conquering of the Western Wall, David Rubinger, 7 June 1967.
The photograph shows three soldiers from the 66th regiment of the paratrooper division (Haim Osher, Yitzhak Yifat, and Zion Krasanti) as they look at the Kotel immediately after it had been conquered.
13x18 cm. Very good condition. Small stain on the upper portion. Inscription in pen on the reverse side.
Two photographs of soldiers and officers from the Jewish Brigade. Signed on the reverse side with the ink stamp of the photographer “Middle Eastern Company for press photography.”
11x16 cm. Fair condition. Creased in the corners and foxing.
Six postcards of “Convalescent Homes at Ma’ale HaChamisha.” “frm the fruit of our garden”, “a home”, the view seen "through the window", “in the depth of the forest”, “in the shade of the pergola” and “in the mountain air”, black and white photographs.
Good condition, stains.
Yaacov Agam, Jasia Reichardt. London, 1966.
On the title-page there is an artistic dedication by Agam with stylish play-of-letters.
Unpaginated, 18.5 cm. cm. Good condition.
Two receipts of the Jubilee Shekel of the World Zionist Organization. Geula Camp, Aden (Yemen), 1948. The Geula Camp served as a transition camp for Yemenite Jews en-route to Israel in the Magic Carpet Aliya. 10x11 cm. Fair condition. Tears, creases and foxing.
1. Invitation to auction, with proceeds going straight to Peace Fund 1, 1967. Signed by Abie Nathan.
2. Letter signed by Abie Nathan on stationery of The Voice of Peace.
3-4. Two copies of letters to teachers, and call to support establishment of common school for Jews and Arabs in Nazereth.
Varying sizes, good condition.
Printed sign – "For every telephone call – half an Egyptian Grush to the JNF box!"
13x22.5 cm. Fair condition. Four filing holes (one torn) and original hole for hanging. Creased and stained.
Ten PCs of poets and writers. No name of printer or publisher.
Yitzhak Katzenelson, Perez Smolenskin, David Einhorn, Ahad HaAm and others.
Fair to good condition.
1. Yohrzeit Tavel, Beit Ulpana Rabbata Ittur Rabbanim. Weinfeld Print, Jerusalem.
2. Yohrzeit Alon Bechut, Me'ah She'arim Talmud Torah and Beit HaTavshil. Eretz Isreal Print, Jerusalem.
3. Yohrzeit calendar, Etz Chaim Talmud Torah and Yeshiva, Bikkut Cholim Hospital; "In memory of Hebron's Jews who were killed in the Hebron Massacre…" Monzon Print, Jerusalem.
Varying size, fair through good condition.
The van Paassen Hoax, Johan J. Smertenko. Published by the Emergency Committee for Saving to Jews of Europe, New York, .
Booklet about the struggle of the Committee for a Jewish army, and against the activities of Van Paassen, chairman of the Committee for a Jewish Army. English.
23 pages, 23 cm. Good condition. Unoriginal cover.
Misdar HaLochamim, Chaim Chefer and Marcel Janco. Amikam Publishing, 1968.
Numbered copy from a 250-copy edition, signed by Chefer and Janco. Also, a handwritten dedication by Chefer.
 pages,  picture-plates. Very good condition.
Letter to the mayor of Tel Aviv regarding the bombing of Tel Aviv on September 9, 1940. Sent by the headquaters of the civil guard forces. Detailing kind of bombs, casualties and damages, military actions and more.
6 pages, 34 cm. Fair condition. Stains. Some tears.
Plakatn, booklet of poems by Aharon Kurtz. Published by Yiddish Leben, New York, 1927.
Illustration and cover design by Louis Lozowick (1892-1973), Ukrainian-born American artist, and a student of the Kiev art school. Yiddish.
Twelve postcards, different publishers, different printing periods.
Publicity postcard from Haifa, Real Photo postcard of people in Purim costumes, The Levant Fair 1934, Nazareth, Jerusalem, The Singer Building in New York (postcard in Hebrew).
Fair to good condition.
2 train PCs: Train and the train station in Jerusalem; Train station in Ramla (stained). Both undivided.
Jerusalem Then and Now – a panorama from the Mount of Olives. England, between 1938-1948.
Printed panoramic photograph of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives (courtesy of Photo Elia). 16.5x148 cm, folded, including brief explanations of 29 sites seen in the photograph. The cover has a photograph of the Old City.
19x25 cm. Good condition. Foxing.
Six Real Photo postcards, Independence Day parade with camels.
It is possible that this is the parade which took place in Ramle in 1954 at Ben-Gurion’s request (he was not Prime Minister at the time). He had stated that he would only come to see the parade if it took place in the Negev or in a small immigrant community.
9.5x14 cm. Very good condition.
“Megillat Esther.” Two postcards, micrographic illustration of the flying camel by Zvi Dushnik. Tel-Aviv, pre 1948. Text: Megillat Esther, similar illustration, the frame and caption are different.
10x15 cm. Good condition. Foxing.
Complete receipt and receipt stub for a half Shekel donation. Monzon Print, Jerusalem.
On the front is a picture of a Shekel, the 10 commandments and additional illustrations. On the reverse side it reads, “The Knesset Israel Association – half a Shekel (half ruble).
12.5x13 cm; 13x22 cm. Fair to good condition.
Der Onheib, Zamelbuch far Literatur Un Vissenshaft. Published by Vostok, Berlin, 1922. Edited by D. Einhorn, S. Gorelick and M. Weinreich. Literary anthology in Yiddish, including segments from work by Max Brod, Else Lasker-Schüler, Oscar Wilde, the collection’s editors, and others.
The cover is designed and illustrated by Menachem Birnbaum.
, 168 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair condition. Some water damage. The cover and some of the pages are torn. Ink stamps, ex libris.
13 greetings and referenda published by “The Committee for Peace in Israel.” 11 Shana Tova greetings with illustrations from various artists; “Referendum for securing peace” postcard, 1954; peace notepad (referendum). The greetings include sentences like “No more atom and hydrogen bombs,” “Peace to all nations” and more.
Very good condition. Two Shana Tova greetings have been used.
Moshe Dayan, signed dedication on issue of Time magazine from 17.10.77, with the cover headline “Pushing Toward Geneva.” Moshe Dayan and Jimmy Carter appear on the cover of the issue.
108 pages, 27.5 cm. Very good condition.
Advertising postcard by Benjamin Harz Publications, Berlin and Vienna. Publication list of Hebrew and German publications: Postcards of Lilien, alphabet by Raban and Kipnis with a partial cloth cover, letters by Ahad HaAm in six volumes, and more.
Fair condition. Stains.
Montag (A Kleiner Roman) [Monday, a small novel], Moshe Kulbak. Cover illustration by Y. Goldschlak. Published by Kultur-Lige, Warsaw, 1926.
116 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair condition. Ex library copy. First page is detached. Cover is partially detached, stained.
Documents of Avraham Chelouche of Jerusalem:
1. The Temporary Government – certificate of "Enlisting for Work Service", October 1948. "Every man of 16 through 55… who are not drafted… must be drafted to do crucial work in service of the people".
2. The Jewish Agency – card of "Center of the Census of People's Service" – certificate of reporting, June 1948.
3. Card reading "Bearer of this card is a student of Yeshivat Merkaz HaRav in Jerusalem, "whose study is his trade", and he is exempt from reporting until Lag BaOmer 1948".
Varying sizes, fair condition.
Four postcards, paintings of Jews. Published by landesverband schweiz frauenvereine für Palästina-Arbeit. Zurich, 1930s.
Very good condition. Two have a caption in pen written on the reverse side.
Poems y moshe Kolbak. Farlag fun di Yiddishe Literatn un Jurnalistn in Vilne. Vilna, 1920.
First book of the poems of the Yiddish author and poet Moshe Kolbak (1896-1940). The fonts and cover illustration were done by B. Gotler, and in their expressionistic style, they express the urban pathos of Kolbak's poems. The logo of the publishing house was designed by Bentzion Tzukerman.
85,  pages, 22 cm. Fair condition. Stained cover. The book itself is slightly loose from the binding. The binding and corners of the pages have creases.
Bundistan – Ershter Band, Yaakkov Pat. Di Velt and Kultur-Lige Publishing, Warsaw, .
Ya'akov Pat was an activist in the Jewish education and Jewish socialist movement in Poland between the two World Wars. His book contains stories about the activities of Bund members.
The cover design is by Henryk Berlewi, in Constructivist style.
127 pages, 20 cm. Very good condition. Ink-stamp of owners.
Der Groiser Nayester Praktisher A”B Far Kinder. Munkacz, approximately 1930.
Booklet for studying the Hebrew alphabet letters, with vowels of varying sizes and examples of words, sentences, and sections from prayers. On the last page is an illustration of Moses with the 10 commandments.
 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair condition. Stains. Original paper cover is faded,
worn, and stained. Partially detached.
1. Ein neuer zeuge grosser vergangenheit. Form in German about the Zionist Shekel. Printed in Jerusalem by Zionist Histadrut Publishing, 1937/8 [with illustration by Otte Wallish]. Single leaf printed on both sides,  columns with photocopies and illustrations. Very good condition.
2. "As in days of old, the shekel is a symbol of Israel's freedom". Hebrew advertisement similar to no. 1, published by Zionist Histadrut, 1939. Good-fair condition. Filing holes, light tears and stains.
Join the A.T.S and see the world! Booklet. Eretz Israel, 1940s.
A.T.S. (Auxiliary Territorial Service) was the Assistance Corps for women in the framework of the British Army, initiated by women’s organizations in the Yishuv. In the booklet: “We need woman drivers… clerks… stock keepers… mechanics…”
“Join the women’s service and you have freed a man for battle.” Hebrew and English. Colorful cover covering.
6, 6 pages, 17 cm. Good condition. A few stains and some damage to the spine.
Three large postcards with illustrations from the book "Lieder des Ghetto". Printed by S. Calvary & Co., Berlin.
10.5X15.5 (larger than the normal size)
Fair condition, Stains from wetness.
1. Marking Ten Years to Herzl's Passing, document of Federaziane Sionistica Italiana, 1914.
2. Marking Ten Years to the Passing of Herzl, document of Gruppo Sionistico Milanese, 1914.
3. Letter reminding of Herzl's tenth yohrzeit, Sionnista Piemontese Group, Trion, 1914.
4. Document of Giovan Israele association – Milan, not dated.
Varying sizes. Nos. 1-3 in fair through good condition. No. 4 is in poor condition.
1. Voucher for donation of Zionist Shekel, 1916. Whoever pays a shekel a year "is entitled to take part in elections for the members of the next Zionist Congress". Hebrew, German, Yiddish and English. Poor condition.
2. "The Shekel", with inscription: "Herzl" and "Jewish State", 1935. Fair condition.
3. Prowizoryczny szekel – Receipt for donation of Shekel, Cracow. Polish. Fair condition.
Argentiner Beimelech [Small Trees of Argentine], edited by Zelik Mazur. Buenos Aires, 1939-1941. 12 individual issues of the children's magazine, not consecutive, illustrated by H. Sokolovsky. Issues 2-3, 7-12, 15-19; December 1939 – December 1941. Some of the illustrations are in color. Yiddish.
23 cm. Very good condition.
2221. Kitchen for poor children, Chetatia, Bessarabia (today Romania). 16.5 x 11.5 cm.
2. Poor elderly in an old age home "Nedivat Nashim", Galaz, Romania. 23 x15.5 cm.
Fair condition. Tears. Archive stamps and glue remnants to back only.
Single page, stenciled or carbon-copied. Jerusalem, 1908.
Copy of letter addressed to "Our honorable brothers…in Jaffa and the Moshavot" with announcement to the Turkish Regime about the founding of a temporary committee of 14 members in Jerusalem. Amongst the members are David Yellin, Meyuchas, Mani and others. The committee will perform a census in each and every neighborhood, and take care of the rights of Ottoman Jews.
32.5 x 22 cm, fair condition. Many creases, folding signs, tears to edges. Some stains.
Flag for Simchat Torah "Machne Yehuda Flag" Lithographic print "Ha'Ivry" on paper. Jerusalem, 1920s.
Agent: Y. Zedaka.
Illustrations of animals, the two tablets of the ten commandments, a crown, pillars and the holy places. Inscription in pen: "Synagogue Kehal Hasidim".
34 X 23 cm. Poor condition. Creases, Many tears to edges.
1. [The New Zionist Union] N.Z.U. – The inaugural conference in Vienna, 1935. The symbol on verso was designed by Arthur Szyk?
2. Shana Tova greeting ‘A year of homecoming of the sons’ - YAEL 468 – Jewish unit for transportation.
14 postcards – Tiberias and its sites. Various publishing houses and periods.
Never mailed. Fair condition.
Fun Tsayt tsu Tsayt - Umperyodishe Literarishe Heftn, New York, Mars 1925. Literary anthology,
Cover designed by Boris Aronson. Yiddish.
96 pages, 22.5 cm.
Good condition. Foxing. Missing corner to back cover. Slight damage to front cover and 27 first leaves.
Adolescent game, Who Knows One, I Know One. Published by Shalom Zilber et kamp, Chernowitz, 1920s.
Game for two players, cards with words and numbers. Instruction sheet is in Hebrew and Yiddish. Title page cover, in original printed paper cover.
 cards,  pages of instructions. The body of the game is in good condition. The paper cover is in fair condition, creased with light tears.
Government of Palestine (Eretz Israel) – Official Bulletin Number 5. 31 August 1929 in the Greek Convent Printing.
Survey of events on 29 August in Safed, Jerusalem, the area of Haifa and across the Jordan River with data about the Muslim, Christian and Jewish casualties.
"There is a basis for warning the community in all cities and villages in the country about the danger involved for those wandering the streets at night".
Single page, 43 x 34 cm. Fair condition, folding lines with tears. Tears to edges, few stains.
Ten "Mail Cards" – Silhouettes from Eretz Israel by Meir Gur-Aryeh "Bezalel"' Jerusalem.
Non-standard size. Within the original envelope.
13x6.5 cm. Very good condition. Unused. Envelope in good condition, with tears.
Three quality photographs mounted on cardboard, unsigned. Two have descriptions and are dated on the cardboard in a later handwriting “Haifa 1929.”
Two of the photographs show children on the beach; one also shows a train moving. The third photograph shows children playing with barrels in the sand, alongside a house being built.
11x16.5 cm. mounted on cardboard 20x24.5 cm. Good to very good condition. Light damage along the margins. Stains on the cardboard.
Sefer HaGoralot HaChadash. Przemysl, 1928.
For children. With spinning wheel illustration on the cover with introduction title “Yiddishe Kinder!”
31 pages with table of numbers, 14.5 cm. Good condition. Tears to pages' margins and top of spine, with pieces missing.
Solon in Lydien, Play with three acts, by Theodore Herzl. Wiener Verlag, Vienna-Leipzig, 1904. First edition.
The story Solon in Lydien was published by Herzl in 1900 as a short story. The plot takes place in the 6th century BC, and it is named for the legendary meeting between Solon of Athens and Krausus, King of Lydia. The story describes the influence of technological change on Viennese society. Herzl adapted the story to a play. It was preformed in Israel by HaOhel in 1949, when Herzl's bones were brought to be buried in Israel.
80 pages, 20 cm. Good condition. Stains. Torn edges. Unoriginal hard binding.
The Train, Yossel Berger; Children's Nasty Rhymes and Others, Tuvia Rivner (with illustrations of Yossel Bergner); Between Seas, Yossel Bergner.
Each bears a handwritten dedication of the author and an illustration signed by pencil. 1996, 2004, 2008.
Very good condition.
Postcard with photograph of Jewish soldier (Chaim Gedalyahu Ben Rabbi Ya’akov?). Sent from Germany to the Bikur Cholim hospital in Jerusalem (in 1917). German, with a few Hebrew words.
Good condition. Part of the inscription on the front is worn. Stained on reverse side.
Tog-figuren – lider [Day-figures – poems], Devorah Fogel. Tzushteyer publishing, Lemberg, 1930.
Accompanied by four illustrations by H. Shtreng. Yiddish.
 pages, II,72, pages, illustration plates, 19.5 cm. Good condition. Two pergament separation pepers are missing. Stains and stamps. Rebound.
Blue Box the Bold, told and drawn by Mordechai Wahrhaft, translated by Lawrence Weston. By Mordechai Amiti (Warhaft). Published by Reuven Mass, Jeruaslem, 1930s? Lithographic print “Graphica” in blue and orange.
Story in rhyme translated from Hebrew to English, with regard to the journeys of “Kapson Ben-Chayil” (Blue Box character) in Palestine.
22 pages, 19.5 cm. Very good condition.
Three invitations to IDF parades in Tel Aviv. One from 1948 and two from 1949.
Various sizes, very good condition. Stains of card from 1948.
Photographic album of the great Rabbis of the time who advocated settling the Holy Land. Published by Mizrachi, New York, [1920?]. Elaborate album with photographs of ten Rabbis printed on thick cardboard, including their histories.
Among the rabbis: R. Zvi Hirsch Kalischer, R. Shmuel Mohilever, R. Azriel Hildesheimer, and R. Yitzhak Yaakov Reines.
 leaves,  portrait plates. 13x17 cm. The body of the book is in very good condition. The cover is damaged and loose, spine is missing. Margins are gilded.
Report of the Commission on the Palestine Disturbances of August, 1929. London, 1930. Official comprehensive report of the British Commission on the Palestine Disturbances of August, 1929, including the witness list, three maps of Eretz Israel, map of Jerusalem and four graphs with expected growth of the population by the year 2000.
202 pages,  sheets and maps, 24 cm. Good condition. Map of Jerusalem and the graph sheets are detached. Ink stamps.
Happy New Year greetings "LeShana Tovah Tikatevu VeTechatemu" with illustrations of people and houses of Moshava Gedera, 1896. Back side is blank, not PC division.
Very good condition.
Group Photograph. Charkov, Photographie Moderna, 1903.
Sign "Kadima!" Under it, 19 people photographed next to an issue of the Jüdische Rundschau newspaper.
On cardboard 27x31 cm. Fair condition. Peeling, damaged edges.
Bein Kochav VeDeshe, Yitzhak Schoenberg. Published by Tarshish books, Jerusalem, .
Rhymes and stories for children with sixty woodcuts by Avigdor Luizada.
17 stories and poems by Yitzhak Schenberg.
95,  pages, 24.5 cm. Good condition. Stains, light damage to the cover.
1. Pamphlet of first-graders in HaReali Tachkemoni School in Tel Aviv, 1925 or 1928.
2. Talpiot Gymnasia for Girls. Tel Aviv, 1933.
3. Beit Chinuch in Northern Tel Aviv, Song booklet. 1935.
4. The Sea Group (HaNo'ar Ha'Oved) – "Waves" – Summary of a Year, 1937-1938.
5. BaMmo'adonim – journal for members of clubs belonging to public schools in Tel-Aviv. Tel-Aviv, 1938.
6. Komimiut – HaChagam Newspaper, Herzeliya League, Tel Aviv, 1940s.
7. Young Stage – literary-artistic anthology. Tel Aviv, year of print not noted.
Varying sizes and conditions.
1. Das Liedel Fun Broit, Drei Malachim Un Andere. New York, no indication of publication year.
2. I - Gazlanim, II - Di Noit. New York, no indication of publication year.
The two booklets were written by Mani Leib; both are accompanied by illustrations by Z. Maud.
32 pages; 27 pages, 20.5 cm. 1. Very good condition. 2. Poor condition, stained with tears on the cover.
Two photographs, “black” Jews praying, 1932.
10x16 cm. Good condition. Stamps and inscription on the reverse side.
Eight postcards containing photographs and illustrations some of which are colored. All contain Yiddish text. Three were printed by "Siani" in Warsaw.
Two are in poor condition, the rest are in good condition.
Announcement No. 1. Proclamation by the force commander of the defense forces in the Shomron district, the Sharon and Gush Dan, 5 Iyar 1948.
“At the time of… the fateful battle… I call upon all residents… to make an extreme effort to push the enemy to defeat… Commencing today, all men and women and their belongings will abide by the orders of the defense forces in their area…”
35x49 cm. Good condition. Tears have been professionally repaired. Attached to linen for display and preservation.
Photograph album with leather-like cover, with a ‘Medinat Yisrael’ plate. Given as a gift in 1951.
Approximately 130 photographs of a Palmach female soldier from Eretz Israel, 1938-1949. Most of the photographs are from the years 1948-49 and present her training with Hachsharat Ginossar, a course for sports instructors in Sarafend, on the way to serving in the Negev and later, in 1949, establishment of Kibbutz Malkia (established in 1949 by veterans of Palmach training).
22x31 cm, the album is in fair condition. Most of the photographs are in good to very good condition, some are detached.
Kunst-Ring Almanach edited by K. Zingman. Printed by "Ever", Berlin, end of the
1910s or beginning of the 1920s. Second printing of the first booklet.
Literary anthology that includes works by Moshe Broderzon, Yonah Rosenfeld,
Daniel Tcharni and others as well as some illustrations by Lissitzky, Joseph Tchaikov
and Marc Chagall. The publishing house emblem designed by Lissitzky.
70 pages, 22 cm. Fair to good condition. 22 first pages detached though clean and
smooth. Light tears to spine and cover. Some of the sheets are not cut.
Israel and the Nations, Dr. Ya’akov Katz. Published by Tarshish Books, Jerusalem (1959-1960).
Four volumes of history books published by Dr. Moshe Spitzer.
It is rare to come across a set in this condition.
Seven postcards, synagogues of Prague, München, Chemnitz, Dortmund (Germany), Anvers (Belgium), Karlsbad and Pancsova (Hungary).
8 restaurant menus or singles pages printed on paper or cardboard:
Menu of cooperative workers' menu; Mat'amim Café and Restaurant; Central; Aviv; D. Galchinski, and Tova. Some are of identical design.
Alefbeis, Leib Kvitko. With illustrations by Michail Ya. Der Emes publishing, Moscow, 1947.
The letters of the Alef-Bet decorated by Michail Ya with plants and animals and rhymed texts by Leib Kvitko. Including Yiddish letter-combinations such as "ts" and "zsh". At the end of the book are a few poems and the Alef-Bet chart.
45,  pages, 25.5 cm. Fair condition. Booklet detached from cover, stamps. Stains and creases on cover, almost detached in half.
Seven photographs by G. Robinson Lees on cardboard with gilded margins. Printed on the back: "Copyright from the negatives of G. Robinson Lees, Jerusaleme". The photographs are of various landscapes in Lebanon: Baalbek and the Barda river.
The photographer G. Robinson lees was active in the 1890's.
12X16.5 cm. Good condition. Stains. Pen inscriptions on all the cardboards.
See: Onne, Eyal: Photographic Heritage of the Holy Land 1839-1914, pp.47, 91.
Shalom Aleichem, Seine Kinderishe un Inglshe Yorn. Shul-Pionern Bibliotek (no 14). Kultur-Liga, Kiev, 1926.
Chapters from the autobiography of Shalom Aleichem, retold for children. Cover design by Marc Epstein.
94, , 17.5 cm. Fair condition. Tears on cover and inner margins.
Megillat Esther, published by the Education Department of the Chile Zionist Federation. Santiago, Chile, Purim, 1943. "Dedicated to the Keren Kayemet LeYisrael." The Megillah is printed on thick paper, rolled on two scrolls, together with a note inscribed "KKL" in Hebrew and an illustration. In its original cardboard box.
The megillah is 16 cm long, the box is 28 cm. Very good condition. The box is slightly worn.
7 announcements printed on paper or cardboard:
Contractors – M. Shmuelevitz and A. Glazer; A. Inson and Sons – Water-Resistant Materials; A. Bar-Natan Engineer– Blueprints and Supervising; and more.
5 announcements printed on paper or cardboard:
Foundation ceremony for the Beit Yosef Yeshiva; The famous speaker from Eretz Israel – Rabbi Yosef Meir Magen; We sell prayer shawls made in Eretz-Israel, in the Talitnia factory; and more.
1. Yohrzeit certificate of the United Old People’s Home Jerusalem. With illustration of a headstone and handwritten inscription in memory of four people who passed away. Jerusalem, 1946. 24x34 cm. Good condition. Foxing on the reverse side.
2. “1,000,000 milionovka, a nachala in Eretz-Israel,” certificate given by the “Finance Minister” and the “Minister of Lotteries” to the winner of the Rosh Hashanah lottery. “Technograph” lithographic print, published by Central, Warsaw. Color illustration signed “S.P.” 22.5x28.5 cm. Fair condition. Stained, fold marks, mended tears.
Ain Baheltenish — Dertzeilungen Far Kinder [In Hiding – children's stories], B. Orshansky.
Published by Tzenterfarlag, Moscow-Cracow-Minsk, 1930. A booklet which includes three children's stories with illustration on the cover, and a number of illustrations in the body of the booklet. Yiddish.
80 pages, 17.5 cm. Good condition. Torn along the margins of pages 59-66 and on the last page, no pieces missing. Tearing along the spine.
"Artistic Palestine play-cards drawn by Z. Raban 'Bezalel' Jerusalem".
Advertisment postcard, b&w, with 12 cards illustrated by Ze'ev Raban.
HaChaim, illustrated weekly for literature and art, edited by Pesach Ginzburg. Jerusalem, 1922.
Seven Issues (1-2, 7-9, 11-12) from the first year.
Poems, reviews and literature together with works by S. Yedidya, Boris Schatz, Meir Gur Aryeh, Moshe Murro, and various illustrations in Bezalel style.
Fair condition, delicate paper, tears.
Postcards 1-10 from the Chad Gadya series with colored pictures by A. Ben David, Jerusalem.
Fair to good condition. Creased and stained.
Four photographs of the Adloyada in Tel-Aviv, 1934.
Bands and displays, including a display showing the Snake of Anti-Semitism next to a figure symbolizing Central-European Jewry. Signed in back by the photographer (?) Yanov-Ak. Described in plate.
8.5x7 cm. Good condition. Stains on the back side.
Postcard with photographs of Theodor Herzl and Max Nordau. Max Victor Publishing, Köln.
Written on both sides, mailed to Salzburg in 1901.
Good condition. Few stains on back side
Seven postcards of the synagogue and rabbis of Djerba. Published by Cohen, Be'er Sheba.
The Torah, the Menorah and the interior of the synagogue in Djerba, Rabbi Khalfon Moshe Cohen, Rabbi Haim Khuri, Rabbi Moshe Zaken Mazuz and rabbis in the synagogue.
Very good condition.
Gedankengang, Y[ehezkel]Dobroshin, Kultur-Lige publishing, Kiev, 1922.
Articles on literature and culture.
Cover design by Joseph Tchaikov. Yiddish.
136,  pages, 24.5 cm. Fair condition. Ex library copy. Many stains on cover. Spine redone.
Fourteen receipt for donation of one shekel or a half shekel. England, Israel, Italy and Russia, 1908-1953.
Various sizes, good condition.
To our Arab brethren, printed Etzel poster. Arabic and Hebrew 1940s.
“We want to expel the British Army from our homeland… Thousands of Jewish and Arab children are wandering around without education or learning… Arab youth! You are children of an ancient and bright nation. Just like us, you are the victims of British imperialism. Do not respond to the call of the British to volunteer to the police force …” Signed “Israel Freedom Fighters ‘Stern Group.’”
31.5 cm. Fair condition. Creases, stains, fold marks.
Five issues of the Yedi'ot Hadashot newspaper, from the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th of Iyar 1948, in Hebrew and German. Headlines include: "The State will be Declared Today"; "Long Live the State of Israel! The White Book's Laws are Cancelled! The Era of Free Immigration has Begun!"
4 pages in each issue, 8 pages in issue from 6th of Iyar – day following the Declaration of the State; all 47 cm. Good condition. Folded, torn on margins and stained.
Grininke Beimelech [Greenish Trees], illustrated bi-weekly for children. Vilna, October 1926 – June 1927, 10 consecutive issues bound together.
Among the participants: Moshe Broderzon, Shlomo Bastamsky (who was the newspaper’s editor), Daniel Czarny, and others. “Grininke Beimelech” was the first Yiddish newspaper for children, which appeared consistently over many years in Poland, from 1914-1939, with two breaks in the middle. Yiddish.
23.5 cm. Fair condition. Tears on the margins of a number of pages. The cover of the first booklet is detached. Folder cover is loose and the spine is torn.
For additional reading: Bar-El, Adina: Among the greenish trees, children’s newspapers in Yiddish and Hebrew in Poland 1918-1939, pages 79-181.
1. “A perfect bite.” Jaffa oranges. It is noted on the back that the oranges won the silver award at an exhibition in England. Lithographic print, English only.
2. Choice “Lord” oranges, Jaffa, Eretz Israel, designed by Ze’ev Raban. “Graphica” lithographic print. Hebrew and English.
22.5x29.5 cm. Good condition. Stained. Small tears on the margins.
Program for the celebration of the dedication of the Bet HaKnesset HaGadol in Tel-Aviv, 11 Nissan 1930.
Speech by Levontin, circling the synagogue with Sifrei Torah, prayer for the King of England, the Supreme Governor, the Baron Rothschild, Chief Rabbis and more, with the accompaniment of the municipal orchestra of the fire brigade.
 pages, 17 cm. Fair condition. Creases, fold marks, ink stamps, filing holes.
Bronze sculpture of Herzl, mounted on an oval marble base.
Maximum height: 18 cm, maximum width: 16 cm. Very good condition.
Group photograph – the supervising committee of the Gymnasia Herzliya around a table.
Signed on the reverse side with the ink stamp of the photographer Y. Ben-Dov, Bezalel, Jerusalem.”
15x22.5 cm, attached to cardboard 26.5x32.5 cm. Fair condition, stained. Damage to the cardboard.
Group photograph – the Pedagogic Committee of the Gymnasia Herzliya.
Signed on the reverse side with the ink stamp of the photographer Y. Ben-Dov, Bezalel, Jerusalem.”
15x22.5 cm, attached to cardboard 26.5x32.5 cm. Fair condition, stained. Damage to the cardboard.
10 color postcards depicting figures and scenes from daily life in Jerusalem, original lithographs by Meir Gur-Aryeh, Bezalel. "Graphica" printing, Jerusalem.
Very good condition, including the front part of original paper packaging.
Vohlin (poem), Peretz Markish. Vilna, 1921.
First edition of the poem "Vohlin", by one of the protagonists of modernistic Yiddish poetry in Ukraine and Poland, Peretz Markish (1895-1952, killed by the Stalinist government). The poem portrays an ideal image of a Jewish town. Includes two illustrations by Yosef Tchaikov. Cover design by M. Libovsky.
46 pages, 18.5 cm. Fair condition. Ex library copy. The book is detached from the binding. Tears.
Six colored postcards of Jaffa Oranges printed in England. On their backsides a detailed description in English of the different stages of handling of the oranges.
Good to very good condition.
1. "Comprehensive, fair and lasting solution" – "Aspiring the war of June 1967 will be the last war between Israel and its neighbors, the undersigned find it necessary to find a comprehensive and lasting political solution to the relations between the nations". The document details seven items regarding the establishment of a Federation of Eretz Israel (Palestine) which would be made up of the State of Israel and an Arab State, and would fulfill the wishes of both nations.
2. "One-Time Historic Opportunity" –"The defeat of the supporters of the destruction of Israel… raised the possibility for a solution far different than theirs…the solution must involve direct negotiations with the Palestinian Arabs".
With printed signatures of Dan ben Amotz (also signed in pen), Uri Zohar, Yig'al Tumarkin, Uri Avneri, Nathan Yellin Mor, Dani Karvan, Abie Nathan and many others.
27 cm through 30.5 cm. Good condition. Filing holes, stains.
Ten postcards from the same publishing house with description in Hebrew, German and French and sometimes in English. The Railway Station in Jaffa, the Jordan, Jaffa Gate, Port of Haifa, Tiberias and more.
Fair to good condition.
Prayer for the Welfare of the State of Israel, Jerusalem, Elul, .
Composed by Rabbi Yitzhak Isaac Halevi Herzog and Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel.
 pages, 17.5 cm. Good condition. Damage to the lower portion.
Six postcards with Shana Tova greetings. Two from the United States; one published by "Yehudiya", Warsaw; one with photograph of Yesod HaMa'ala (the lake); two with writing in German and Hebrew, one was sent to Vienna.
Fair to good condition.
Violent Riots in Jerusalem – special publication of Ha'aretz. 1929. Single leaf. "Yesterday was a "day of bloodshed", unequaled even by the riots of 1920… in the afternoon a state of war was announced in Jerusalem…"
66.5x48 cm. Good condition. Slight folding marks and several professionally restored damages. Mounted on flax paper for display and keeping.
Seven Communist proclamations, Eretz Israel. 1940s. Among them: Election poster, “HaGush HaSmali” (the left wing coalition) for the General Union; pamphlet published by “HaEmet", (the truth) 1941; three illustrated proclamations of the Palestine Communist Party from the war period, calling for the support of the Soviet Union and the Red Army; proclamations of the Israel Communist Party — illustration of a map of Eretz Israel under bourgeois Mapai rule, by Shimon Tzabar; public statement at the conclusion of the project - "Youth for the Red Army" Month, March 1943.
Good to very good condition.
1. Membership card of the Pri Etz Chaim Yeshiva and Talmud Torah, Jerusalem, 1920s.
2. Receipt for donor, Ezrat Yerushalaim Warsaw and Poland Kollel of Jerusalem, Hebron, Safed and Tiberias.
3. Al Naharot Bavel; colorful illustrations with two poems. Monzon print, Jerusalem.
4. Page in colorful frame, Torat Chaim Yeshiva. Monzon Print, Jerusalem.
5. Membership card of the Eda Charedit – City Committee for Ashkenazi Jews. Goldberg Print, Jerusalem.
6. Membership Card, yeshivat Hebron Knesset Yisrael. Goldberg print, Jerusalem.
Varying sizes, fair through good condition.
Ibergang, Moshe Broderzon. Lazar Kahn publishing, Lodz, 1921.
Anthology of songs of Moshe Broderzon (1890-1956) from the period of the Avant-gardist group "Yung Yidish". On the cover and title-page, there are xylographs by Marek Szwarc, who was a member of the group.
47 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair condition. Tears and stains on pages' edges. Slightly detached binding, with tears. Ex library copy.
1. Jewish troops in the Middle East, advertisement printed with two photographs. London, [circa 1943]. Good condition. Ink stamp.
2. Guide for a trip to Gent and Brugge [Belgium], published by the Ministry of Aid of the headquarters of the H.I.L. [Jewish Fighters Division / Jewish Brigade], May-June 1946.  pages with a map and symbol of the Brigade. Slightly worn.
3. Invitation to the wedding of Geula Nahari of Kfar Yehoshua (600 company ATS) and Dan Eliovitz from Kfar Giladi (650 company YAEL) in Naples, 1946. Very good condition. Inscription in pen.
1. Two leaves "Beracha MiZion" with illustrations of the twelve tribes, the Holy Places, Jerusalem and the port of Tel Aviv, different designs and illustrations.
2. One leaf "LeShana Tova Yikatev VeYechatem" with illustration of the Golden Dome. Gold captions and frame.
3. Leaf "LeShana Tova Yikatev VeYechatem" with illustrations of birds and the Holy Places.
4. Leaf "lebens-boim - LeShana Tova Yikatev VeYechatem" with illustration of tree and blessings on its fruit and illustrations of the Holy Places. Gilded frame.
Hebrew, English, Yiddish and German.
33 cm average. Bad to fair condition. Some are stained or with tears to edges.
Independence Day poster 1954. Designers: ‘Roli’ [Rothschild and Lipman]. Lithographic print A. Kaufman and Partners, government printers.
66x97 cm. Poor condition, creases and dark stains.
Printed poster announcing evening of The Chamam's Arab Parables, in the Beit Rothchild Amphitheater in Haifa, 1962. Designed by Jean David.
"Arab Parables" was written by Dan Ben Amotz and Chaim Cheffer. With Uri Zohar, Rachel Atas, Arik Einstein and Aliza Rosen. Staged by Samuel Bunim. 50x69 cm. Slightly stained and folded.
Diary of Moshe Bar'am, 1948. Printed journal containing list of meetings, assignments and general notes in the handwriting of the Knesset member and minister Moshe Bar'am. Includes: meetings with Ze'ev Vilnai, Ben-Tzvi, Tahon, Remez, Shertok, the Zionist Va'ad HaPo'el, and many meetings with פ.ק.פ. (the communist party).
Bar'am (1911-1986) served a member of the Knesset between the years 1959-1977, as Minister of Health in Rabin's first government, as Minister of Welfare, and other positions.
20.5 cm, good condition.
The Jewish Legion – LeShanah Tovah – 1920 – for our nation and for our land.
Magen David decoration with the symbol of the Jewish battalion “Kadima” in the center.
Reverse side has an inscription in pencil “Camp of the Eretz Israel battalions by Sarafend [Tzrifin]…”.
8x13 cm. Good condition. Stains. Creased in the corners. Tears on the top margins.
Leben, heftn fun tsayt tsu tsayt far literatur, kunst un publitsistik [magazine for literature, art and opinion journalism] edited by Moshe Shalit. Vilna, 1920-1921, issues 1-8 (5 booklets). Works by Moshe Shalit, Moshe Kolbak, Alter Kacyzne, S. Ansky, Daniel Tcharni, and others with illustrations by B. Zukerman. M. Leibovsky and B. Gotler. Yiddish.
22 cm. Fair to good condition. Thin and fragile paper. Tears to margins. Some detached leaves in first booklet.
Atlas. Editors: Ze'ev Jabotinsky and Dr. Shmuel Perlman. Published by "HaSefer," London, 1926.
The first Hebrew atlas. Includes numerous maps showing the percentage of Jews in each country of the Diaspora, matters relating to world economy, and historical maps.
, 48 pages, 28 cm. Very good condition. Original cover, damage to corners and spine.
Thirteen postcards published by Eliyahu Brothers, Jaffa-Tel Aviv.
Tomb of King David, Western Wall, Rachel's Tomb, Jaffa from the sea, Rishon LeZion, Zichron Ya'akov and more.
Fair to good condition.
Bei Unz Yuden , zamelbukh far folklor un filologye [anthology for folklore and philology] edited by Vonvild. Pinhas Graubard publishing, Warsaw 1923.
Emblem of publishing house was designed by Wolf Wientraub. More then 10 illustrations by Solomon Yudovin.
Includes some photographs and musical notes. Yiddish.
218,  pages, 30 cm. Good condition. Few stains, Some tears to cover.
The Great Assembly or the Zionist Congress in Basel, Edited by Nachum Slouschz (one of the Congress members). Published by “Tushiya”, Warsaw, 1898.
“Details of proceedings of the Second Congress in Basel, meetings, negotiations, speeches and decisions.” A kind of diary of Slouschz’s, detailing the substance of the Congress, the various lectures, and more.
112 pages, 17 cm. The body of the book is in good condition with ink stamps. The cover is in fair condition, roughly repaired along the spine and inside cover.
Book of Herzl’s Dream and It's Interpretation, Shlomo Teplitzky from Voznesensk. Warsaw, 1899.
“Will shed light on the dream full of nonsense of the dreamers Theodor Herzl and Max Nordau and those who follow them; and will prove that these dreams bring harm”. At the end of the booklet, “Article on Herzl’s dream and its shattering” by Doverosh Ben Alexander Toresh.
22, II pages, 21.5 cm. Fair condition. A few moth holes. Many stains.
1. Kinderland, monthly illustrated newspaper for children, New York. Six issues, April 1922 – April 1923 (not consecutive). In most issues illustrations are by Z. Maud and A. Godel. Yiddish.
2. Kinder Zhurnal, New York. Five folders, from 1921, 1925-1932 (some are consecutive). Each folder has 10 issues. Illustrations by Yossel Kotler, A. Godel, Nate Kozlovsky.
Varying number of pages, 24 cm., 26.5 cm. respectively. Good to very good condition. Some of the pages are detached, torn or missing small pieces on the page.
Twenty five photographs of the first Maccabia in Tel Aviv in the spring of 1932; three photographs of a reception in honor of Ussishkin organized by children; the Histadrut Pavillion (in the Levant Fair?); David Citadel; Orchard landscape on the background of the Sea of Galilee and other photographs.
6 X 8.5 cm to 11 X 8.5 cm. Most in good to very good condition. Some in fair condition.
Handwritten document copied by stencil calling for the establishment of a general union for the Jews of Eretz Israel. The document is signed by “Members of the Palestine Council office,” Dr. Chaim Hissin, Dr. Arthur Ruppin, Dr. Ya’akov Ta[h]on, and two others.
The document calls for all Jews in the country to send representatives to the general meeting and to choose “an ongoing Eretz Israel council.” It apparently relates to a 1913 initiative by Ruppin and Tahon to establish a general Hebrew Union to stand against the Arabs in Eretz Israel and the Ottoman government.
Single leaf, 29 cm. Fair condition. Fold marks, some of which were torn and been repaired professionally with adhesive tape. Foxing. Filing holes.
See attached material.
1933-4 Calendar, "Kol Tel Aviv". Defus HaTechiya publishing, Tel Aviv, 1933.
Calendar for the year 1933-1934 with many advertisements, general data about Tel Aviv, list of transportation companies, dentists, engineers and architects, short biographies of well-known persons in Tel Aviv, 100 calendar pages, and more. On the cover appears the emblem of the Levant Fair.
302 pages, 16.5 cm. Fair condition. Moth holes. Some leaves detached. Original cover worn out.
Real Photo postcard, football team of the Jewish sports club “HaKoach Vienna.”
Description and date in pen on the reverse side “HaKoach Vienna 1926.”
Good condition. Slight damage to the margins.
7 postcards, synagogues in Pforzheim, Pressburg, Marienbad, and more.
Three are undivided; 5 have been posted.
22 postcards of the British Army, British Official Photograph.
Camel-riding forces at the entrance to Be'er Sheva, mosques and churches, the Dead Sea, Nablus, Sinai, and more.
Two have been used. Various conditions, most are in good condition.
1. Colorful advertising paper announcing publication of Bertrand Russel's book Unarmed Victory, 1964.
2. Five printed English pages – forward to the Hebrew edition of Unarmed Victory. The last page bears Russel's signature.
Bertrand Russel was a British philosopher, who influenced the development of mathematics and logic, and was involved in acting against nuclear warefare and the war in Vietnam. In 1963, he was the first to win the Jerusalem Prize. In 1950, he won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Various sizes, good condition. Stains.
Thirty nine postcards, Williamsburg publishing, New York.
A variety of the publisher's series. Many cards with text "LeShana Tova Tikatevu"
Two volumes with 157 issues “Eshnav - compilation of information / articles” 1941-1947.
Volume 1: Issues 1-84 (the newspaper changed its name in the middle); Volume 2: Issues 85-157.
On each issue is written: Internal for members / Not for sale,” The “Eretz Israel Workers Party” appears in the first issue.
The newspaper was published several times a month, reflecting in a comprehensive and captivating manner, the history of Eretz Israel and the region on a political level from August 1941 to May 1947 including reference to Jews in the Diaspora. Among the headlines: “We turn to the Governor regarding the renewal of the Supreme Arab Committee,” “Weizmann opposes partition,” Israel’s Refugees in Italy in a terrible state,” “How the Ma’apilim were released from the camps at Atlit.”
The book’s previous owner wrote in pencil in front of the title page “Illegal publication?”
On average, 8 pages per issue, 25 cm. Good to very good condition. Fine, delicate paper. Foxing with cut margins on some of the issues. Issues 111-112 are incomplete.
Complete collection, rare.
Sefer Glilot HaAretz… with many sheets and copper engravings, Hillel Kahana Ben Rabbi Yehoshua. Printed and published by ‘HaYoetz,’ Bucharest, 1880.
Geology, Zoology, and Geography of the world. Author’s handwritten rhyming dedication before the title page.
XLII, 288 pages. Good condition. Stained. Damage in the connection between the body of the book and the cover. Half- leather cover is damaged.
First picture book for a child. Dvir Publishing, Tel Aviv, . Cardboard pages with colorful illustrations of fruit and vegetables, flowers, work tools, musical instruments, home wares, and more.
 plates, 25 cm. A child’s scribbles on most of the illustrations. Dedication on the back cover. Water stains, torn spine.
Speech of the High Commander of the Irgun Tzvai Leumi to the people in Zion, [Menachem Begin]. Jeruaslem, May 15 1948.
“Broadcast on 6 Iyar 1948... on the ‘Voice of Freedom,’ broadcast station of the Irgun Tzvai Leumi.”
Deals with the victory of the War of Independence following the Holocaust, the difficulties of the struggle, the need for a strong and trained army, the necessity of a foreign policy with the United States and the Soviet Union, the return to Zion, and other subjects. “The soldiers of Israel will yet hoist our flag over the Tower of David…”
8 pages, 23 cm. Good condition. Minor stains. Tears on the margins. Two leaves are folded and not connected.
Souvenir von Jerusalem, album with photo sheet folded in a hard cover. [Jerusalem, 1936].
“Jerusalem the holy city and the holy cities and holy sites and the colonies established by the benefactor, Minister Baron Edmund fon Rothschild, and by the Zionists”. Many pictures of Jerusalem alongside Hebron, Jaffa, Bethlehem, Safed and the Moshavot. Hebrew, Russian, English, German, French.
 picture-plates printed on one folded sheet, with a hardcover 19.5 cm. Good condition. Some of the joints have been professionally repaired. Cracks or small tears in the joints of several sheets.
Original micrographic work. Ink on cardboard: Illustration of Menorah, Magen David and the number 25, work of the artist Avraham Chaba. The text: The Scroll of Independence. Autographed by the artist.
“Yad Sarah” in Jerusalem houses the Avraham Chaba Museum where the artist’s works are displayed.
13x15 cm. Good condition. Stains.
1. Entry ticket for the foundation stone-laying ceremony for The Hebrew University of Jerusalem building, .
2. Entry ticket to the opening celebration of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1925, (standing room).
3-4. Two documents dated 15th Av , program of the foundation stone laying ceremony.
Various sizes, bad to fair condition.
Four event programs printed on paper:
Opening of Opera Building of the Mugrabi family (1930, two separate programs); The first concert ensemble in Eretz Isreal in the Eretz Israel Theater Auditorium; Ball for the students of Mrs. Miriam Zilberman (dance teacher, 1933).
1. "Shekel" booklet – India, 1938. Complete booklet, unused.
2. "Shekel" booklet – England, 1928. One note only, all stubs exist with names of donors.
3. "Shekel booklet – Eretz Israel, 1937. Complete booklet, unused.
4-6. Two letters and an envelope from the Management of the Zionist Organization, "Karoz HaShekel" and a letter concerning the "Karoz HaShekel".
Various sizes, fair to good condition.
Panorama fon Tel-Aviv, large Shanah Tovah pop-up greeting. Printed in Germany.
Picture of trees, a woman holding a flag, the sea, and Tel-Aviv homes.
8x21x22 cm. Good condition. A corner is missing, stained.
Photograph collection (album) of native Jews of Eretz Israel, published in Jerusalem. Pinchas Ben Zvi Grayevski publishing .
Photographs and short biographies of "rabbies, scholars and writers, go-getters, merchants and landlords".
 cover title page,  photographic plates. Fair condition. Foxing. Cover partly detached.
Postcard with four photographs: Beit HaMidrash, two hotels, and the house of the president of the Vizhnitz Yeshiva, Romania (Ukraine today). 1935.
Good condition. A number is written in the center. Glue remnants and rough fold marks on the reverse side.
4 postcards published by “Yehudiya,” Warsaw. From the “Yiddishe Parnasot” series: Der Hender [the Peddler] 2, 3, 4 and “Der Talitim Hendler” (postcard numbers 8, 9, 10, 22).
Good condition. Two are very stained.
11 folders of postcards and flowers “Souvenir from the Holy Land” and “Souvenir from Jerusalem.” Various publishers and printing dates. Two of the folders contain dried flowers from the Holy Land. Two folders have the same postcards, but in different sizes, both with text in Hebrew. The other booklets have English text.
Fair condition. Some of the booklets are torn or the postcards are detached, flowers are missing, or the cardboard is broken.
Uber die lehre des Spinoza in briefen an den herrn Moses Mendelssohn, Friedrich H. Jacobi. Spinoza’s philosophy detailed in letters to Moses Mendelssohn, Friedrich H. Jacobi. Breslau, 1785.
, 215,  page, 17.5 cm. Good condition. Light stains. Torn bookmark. Original leather cover, with small tear on the spine.
1. Kultur Lige – Ershtes Sammelheft. Warsaw, April 1921.
2. Kultur Lige – Tzveites Sammelheft. Warsaw, May 1921.
Two collections of Kultur-Lige documents, which were publicized after some of the members of its central committee were forces to move from Kiev to Warsaw due to pressure from the communistic government. The documents reflect the organization's activities in the Ukraine, and its leaders' attempts to establish a Kultur-Lige for all of Poland.
52; 48 pages, 21.5 cm. Good condition. Ex library copy. The binding is detached from the book.
Forty three colored postcards, Moshe Ardman Publishing, Tel Aviv.
Streets and sites in Tel Aviv, Balfour's visit, Jerusalem, Safed and Moshavot in Eretz Israel.
Very good condition.
Collection of about 90 single leaves, leaflets, manifests and printed newspaper clippings from a variety of organizations.
Jerusalem, end of the 1970s beginning of the 1980s
Most deal with the Lebanon war or its results, election campaigns, and political organizations, Israel-Soviet Union relations, Aliya from Ethiopia, and more.
Among the organizations: The Committee Against the War in Lebanon; Sheli Camp; The Israeli Committee for Solidarity with Bir-Zeit University; Plan for Israeli-Palestinian Peace published by Israeli and Palestinian communist parties; Citizen and Human Rights League; Peace Now: Israel-Soviet Union Friendship Movement; Chadash; Progressive Peace list; Israel Union of Anti-Fascist Fighters and Victims of Nazism; Public Committee for the Jews of Ethiopia; Committee Against Settlement in Hebron; The Committee for a Just Peace Between Israel and the Arab countries, and other organizations.
Varying sizes: Good to very good condition. Many of the documents are folded.
Portrait of Herzl in an illustrated wood-like frame, with a cardboard “foot” for resting the postcard as a picture on a shelf.
Written on 23.11.1904 and sent on 28.11.1904 (four months after Herzl’s death).
Addressed to Moshe Zmora, the first President of the High Court in Israel.
Very good condition. Light creasing in the corners.
Jerusalem and the Holy Land printed by Vester & Company, American Colony Jerusalem.
Twenty four pages with famous printed photographs of the American Colony (which also appear on their postcards) on quality paper.
 Leaves. 18X24 cm. Good Condition. Lace Bound. Creases to margins.
Official invitation to a party being held by Israel’s ambassador to Washington in honor of Israel’s First Independence Day 1949; Ticket to the UN assembly on 29 November [1947?]; additional official document.
Various sizes, very good condition.
Octioberl, illiustrirter khoidesh far Octioberlerch. Published by Centerfarlag, Kiev, June 1931. Issue No. 6.
Many color illustrations, cover illustrated by Mark Epstein. On page 21, “Der Dekret Fun Hunger” [Law of Hunger] with illustration of people giving money to a large hand whose sleeve has a swastika drawn on it.
23 pages, 26 cm. Good condition. Creases on the margins of the pages. Tears to binding of pages and cover.
Souvenir from party held for friends in honor of Shlomo Zalman Schoken's 70th birthday. Jerusalem, 1947.
Photocopy of a letter of Rabbi Nachman of Breslav to his friend R' Yechiel Tzvi, also a photocopy of a poem by Heinrich Heine in German (both handwritten), from Schoken's library.
 leaves, 27 cm. Good condition. Creased edges. Bound with a lace.
The Three Goats, Vladimir Lebedev. Petrograd, between 1918-1924.
Booklet with illustrations by the Russian painter and graphic artist Vladimir Vasil'evich Lebedev (1891-1967).
The cover has a colored illustration, the body of the book contains black and white illustrations. Russian.
 pages, 26 cm. Good condition. Stain on the first page. The margins of the booklet are cut, without damaging the text or illustrations. The page joins have been professionally repaired.
Tal HaShacharut – newspaper of the third grade of the Hebrew Gymnasia “Herzliya,” . Issues 1-4 bound together.
Handwritten, copied by stencil, with stories, poems, quizzes, crosswords and pictures by school students, many anonymous or under pseudonyms.
Issues 3-4 include three works by the poet Avraham Shlonsky who studied at the Herzliya Gymnasia that year, when he was 14 years old.
30 cm, fair condition. Many tears and stains. Some of the writing is unclear or has been erased.
1. ‘Yom HaMedina’ newspaper, 5 Iyar 1948. Single leaf, 57.5 cm. Tears along the margins, stained, folded.
2. ‘Ha’aretz’ newspaper, 7 Iyar 1948. “The dream of generations has realized: the State of Israel is established.” A few stains, folded.
1. Ship and rowboats at the (Jaffa?) port, view from the beachfront to the sea. Signed on the reverse side Lichtbildstelle, Wien and numbered 1796.
2. Sabil Mahmoud Abu-Nabut in Jaffa. Signed on the reverse side, Lichtbildstelle, Wien and numbered 1798.
23.5x29.5 cm in passé-partout 35x50 cm. Very good condition.
Views of Israel, published by Keren Hayesod, 1950s.
Folder with a one-page foreword in English printed on handmade papyrus paper from the Hula Valley with 17 quality photographic plates describing the activities of Keren Hayesod in Israel (Olim, transit camps, settlement and building, industry, cotton picking, and more). Photographer’s name is not mentioned.
4 pages, 17 photographic plates. Photographs are 12x17 cm. Very good condition, with a stain on the first page andslight warp to the folder.
11 postcards with color illustrations, published by P. Ruschkewitz. All were sent by post.
Very good condition.
Colored poster "Adloyada 1934, Tel Aviv". Strod publishing, Tel Aviv, 1934.
Printed in orange, yellow and blue.
95x63.5 cm. Poor condition. Major tears to edges.
Retrospektive ausstellung H. Berlewi, Institut Francais Senator für wissenschaft und kunst, Berlin, October-November 1964.
Retrospective exhibition of the works of Henryk Berlewi. The catalogue contains a forward , artist's biography, list of works exhibited and photographs of 14 works.
Copy number 461 out of a numbered edition of 1,000 copies.
 pages,  plates, 28 cm. Very good condition. Few stains.
13 postcards with illustrations, some humorous, showing a circumcision. Various publications (US, Algeria, Tunisia), various publication dates. Four of them with no PC division to back side.
Good condition. Three have been sent by post.
1. Saaid un Adinde [Saïdjah en Adinda], Multatuli, no. 2, 1925.
2. Weiser Puddel, A. Kuprin. No. 18, 1926.
3. Kotuko, R. Kipling. No. 29, 1928.
All three are from the series Shul un Pionern Bibliotek – Yiddish translations of children's literature written by Russian and European artists, Kultur-Lige publishing, Kiev.
The series' cover is designed by Mark Epstein.
Varying condition, fair through good.
15 postcards, synagogues in Warsaw, Florence, Dijon, Anvers (Belgium), Szeged, Oplan, and others.
5 are undivided; 7 have not been posted.
Good to very good condition.
152 postcards of Tiberias, the Kinneret and Haifa. Various publishers and publication dates. Most are modern, but some are undivided.
A few are similar versions of the same postcard.
Fair to good condition.
1. Nezer Gaba'ut, Etz Chaim Talmud Torah and Yeshiva, Bikkur Cholim Hospital. [Monzon Print].
2. Nezer Gaba'ut, green, gold and purple printing. S. Tzukerman print, Jerusalem.
3. Nezer Gaba'ut, Sha'ar HaShamayim Yeshiva and branch of Kehal Chasidim. Monzon Print.
4. Nezer Gaba'ut, Kuppat HaRabbanim [Diskin and Sonnenfeld]. Goldberg print, Jerusalem.
5. Nezer Gaba'ut Kodesh, Chibat Yerushalaim Kollel for Galician Jews. Monzon Print.
6. Nezer Gaba'ut VeNesi'ut Kodesh, the Meah She'arim Yeshiva, Talmud Torah and Soup Kitchen.
7. Nezer Gaba'ut, Kollel Chibat Yerushalaim. Monzon Print.
Varying sizes. Fair through good condition.
1. Official postcard, the 11th Zionist Congress in Vienna, 1913. Sent from Vienna to Yassi, Romania on 9.9.1913.
Published by Ben-Dov, Bezalel, Jerusalem. With the Congress ink stamp. The stamp has been torn off. Stains in the corners.
2. Stamp attached to paper, ink stamp of the 11th Congress. Vienna, 1913.
David Ben-Gurion, handwritten letter to students of the “Remez” school in Tel-Aviv. Sede Boker, 22.3.71.
“Dear students, When I came to Eretz Israel – I did not come in order to be Prime Minister – but rather to work the land… in Petach Tikva in those days (that was in 1907). […] It is true that I am now writing my memoirs, and the first volume came out two weeks ago… With friendship and respect, D. Ben-Gurion…”
12x21 cm. Good condition. Very thin paper. Fold marks. Creasing on the margins.
Three postcards published by J.S. Hoory, Baghdad: Schoolgirls in "Kaduri" School, Baghdad; Rabbi Moshe Ftayya (cut, missing parts); "Mo'adim LeSimcha – Berachot MeAram Naharayim" with a few photographs (slits to edges). Fair condition.
Six postcards related to the Dreyfus trial and/or depicting figures related to the affair. Different printers (Germany, France), and different years. Four of the postcards are undivided.
De reis door Rusland, C. Marschak, with illustrations by Vladimir Lebedev. Hague, .
Color illustrations by Vladimir Lebedev on the cover and in the body of the booklet. Dutch.
 pages, 22 cm. Good condition. Stained.
Zionisten-Congress in Basel… Officielles Protocoll. Vienna, 1898.
Protocol of the First Zionist Congress, held in Basel in 1897.
200 pages, 21.5 cm. Good condition. Rebound in hard cover.
“LeShanah Tovah – two large pop-up greetings. Picture of a man, boat, doves and flowers.
13x23x24 cm. Good condition. Small parts are slightly torn or have been repaired.
Aleph Beit, Eliezer Steinberg. Kultur Publishing, Chernowitz, 1921.
A textbook for learning Yiddish by the poet Eliezer Steinberg (1880-1932). The illustrations were done by artists who were members of the artistic division of Kultur Lige in Chernowitz. Most of the book's illustrations were done by Arthur Kolnik, and are a rare example of his early graphics. Additional illustrations are by Rubin Zelikovitch and Solomon Lerner.
148 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair condition. Ex library copy. Binding is torn and stained.
A Maisse Mit a Ber [Story about a Bear], Peretz Hirschbein. Published by Matanot, New York, 1925. Six illustrations by Boris Aronson on the title page and in the body of the booklet, including a number of ornamented letters designed by Aronson.
40 columns (10 leaves), 19.5x25 cm. Very good condition. Folds in the corners. Stains on the cover.
Holzschnitte zur Bibel von Hanns H. Heidenheim, Das lied der lieds, übertragen von Max Brod. Düsseldorf, 1969-1970.
17 woodcuts by Hanns Heidenheim from verses of Shir Hashirim, each page signed by the artist, printed on handmade Japanese paper and bound with a soft leather cover. In its original box.
Numbered, copy number 138 from an edition of 325 copies.
Attached: One-page explanation in German and English on other woodcuts by Heidenheim for biblical stories, in an additional bibliophile edition; translation of Song of Songs to German by Max Brod, printed on quality paper and bound with string; leaf with unsigned print, adhesive tape at the top.
All these are in the original cardboard box, 37 cm. Good condition. Foxing on some of the woodcuts and on the first pages. The cardboard box is partially torn and is worn.
Postcard with illustration by Ze’ev Raban. United States? 1920s.
The illustration shows a barefoot traveler with a backpack, with a sign on his chest: “H. Martinet, Globe Trotter” with Tower of David in the background. Beneath – “I am walking around the globe / The sale of my p. card is my only means of lively hood en route.”
Hebrew, English, and Arabic. Beneath the illustration is the printed autograph of the artist.
9x16 cm, fair condition. Creased on the corners and stained.
1. Safa Chaya, Pesach Leib Fishman and Menachem Mendil Liberman. Riga, 1899.
2. HaDibur HaIvri, book for learning the Hebrew language the natural way, M. Krinsky. Warsaw, first part 1904, second part 1905.
3. Sfatenu, Rafael Soferman and Zvi Sharfshten. Published by “HaSharon,” Przemysl, 1910.
4. Sfat Ami, H.A. Kaplan and Y. Berkman in collaboration with Yitzhak Katznelson. Published by “Mercaz,” Warsaw, 1914.
5. HaSafa, first book, Rafael Gutman. Published by “Mercaz,” Warsaw, 1919.
6. Limdu Ivrit, with Hebrew-Yiddish-Polish-English-German dictionary. L. Shefer. First book. Warsaw, 1935.
All booklets and books have illustrations and some have photos.
Poor to good condition.
1. Illustration of Herzl with inscription “If you will it, it is no dream.” Unsigned 64x69.5 cm. Good condition. Creases and tears on the margins.
2. Herzl and the Tower of David. Signed Yitzhak Prolov, 1929. Ink on Bristol. 50x70 cm. Good condition.
3. Herzl planting seeds that form the sentence “If you will it, it is no dream.” Signed Ahuva Payis, Girls School. Ink on Bristol. 50x65 cm. Fair condition. Tears with pieces missing from the Bristol.
Approx. 50 documents regarding publishing of Herzl's writings by Mitzpe publishing, 1920s-1940s. "Selected Writings of Herzl" were published by Mitzpe Publishing during the 1930s.
The file includes a letter from Herzel's son, paper orders, matters concerning publishing license, Claim of Mrs. Neuman-Herzl (his daughter) against Mitzpe Publishing, contracts and copies of contracts, letters and correspondence.
Varying size and condition.
“Toys and Flowers,” rhymes by Y[a’akov] D[avid] Kamzon. Hebrew publication by “Menorah,” Berlin-Vienna, 1920?
Six colored illustrations accompanied by rhyming text for children.
Y.D. Kamzon (1900-1980), author of children’s texts at the beginning of the 1920s. His book, “Wedding in the Forest” was also published by “Menorah” Berlin-Vienna in 1924.
Four cardboard sheets, 8.5x13.5 cm. Good condition. Stains on the cover.
Literarishe Revi (Einmoliker Numer) [Literary Survey – One-off publication] edited by Ozer Varshavsky. Paris, 1926.
Literary anthology with the participation of Peretz Markish, Y.Y. Singer, Ilya Ehrenburg, and others. Illustrations by Marc Chagall.
31,  page, 27 cm. Fair condition. Stains on the cover. Creases on the cover margins and pages.
Official newspaper. Issue number 1 (14.5.48) to issue number 25 (1.10.48). Bound together in original cover including index.
Printed separately and bound towards the end of 1948. Issue number 1 printed on lighter paper, as originally published. Containing much information about the emergency situation in the country and the initial organization of various institutions of the young state of Israel.
VII, 167 pages. Good condition. Thin and fine paper. Tears in issue number 2. Stains.
HaMe'amer – anthology of Eretz Israel literature, by Avraham Moshe Lunz. Jerusalem, 1905, 1912, 1920. Three volumes.
"All of the essays on Holy Land studies printed in the last century, arranged together with notes, detailed indexes and more".
Volume I includes geographic and topographic articles, Volume II contains archeological and historic articles, Volume III contains travel logs, lists of graves, statutes, memoirs and more.
, 276 pages; , 585 pages; , 331,  pages. Good condition. Volumes are in their original covers and rebound in hard bindings.
Amerika, Hermann Struck. America, 20 etchings by Hermann Struck, with text by Arthur Holitscher. Published by Hans Heinrich Tillgner, Berlin, 1922.
20 etchings in various sizes; views and people in America. Printed in 300 copies signed and numbered on thick quality paper. German.
Copy No. 268, signed by Struck.
31 pages, 34 cm. Fair condition. Foxing on the pages and on some of the etchings. Half parchment binding, damage in the corners and margins.
81 wrapping papers for exporting Jaffa oranges (not intact), most are illustrated and colored. Among the companies stamped on the papers: Ben Hur, Titan, Migdal [David], Picnic, Tavor, Ophir, Lily, Yona, Yarden, and others (the names appear in English). Most have printed “Importé de Palestine” or “Produce of Palestine.”
Cut to an average size of 10x10 cm. Very good condition. Printed on very thin paper, creased.
Five ‘Chad Gadya’ postcards; seven postcards with Ludwig Bloom illustrations; 10 with silhouettes by Meir Gur-Aryeh (part of the original cover); 10 silhouettes of ‘Jerusalem sites’ – Meir Gur-Aryeh, complete set in original cover.
Fair to good condition.
Two postcards, originally joined, with an image of Herzl and a map of Eretz Israel. Published by “Mashiach,” Cairo,  “Dedicated to the Jewish Legion.”
The reverse side has the motto of the Jewish Legion: “For our people, and for our country” with a picture of a lion, Magen David and Menorah, with the inscription “Home of the Jewish Army.” Addressed to David Zonenshein at the Sarafend [Tzrifin] camp by Moshe Feldstein in 1919, both of them soldiers in the Jewish Legion.
“I am healthy and in Rafah [Rafiah]…they are now considering not to trust our delegates committee (Va'ad HaTsirim), and to again commence operating without the old delegates committee… I also think that not everything is ‘happy’ with you… what’s happening in your battalion?”
Fair to good condition. Stains, creases, wear and tear.
Leather album with map of Eretz Israel. Contains 118 Shana Tova greetings from Eretz Israel, 1950s – 1960s. Amongst the cards greetings from the settlements Dafna, Moshav Bizaron, Kevutzat Schiller, Mishmarot, Kefar Sold, Ein Gedi, Timna copper plant, Netanya city-officer as well as JNF cards and cards with colored illustrations.
Album 36 x 27 cm. Good condition.
14 anti-Nazi postcards, which ridicule Hitler’s character, the swastika and Nazism. Most are from the US.
Good to very good condition.
Chaliastre 2. Leitung Peretz Markish, Ozer Varshavsky. Chaliastre Publishing, Paris, 1924
Second issue of Chaliastre almanac, published in Paris. This issue includes reproductions of works by Marc Chagall, who also designed the cover. Cover portrays Paris conquered by the group of Jewish poets and authors: they are shown climbing the Eiffel Tower, one holding a flag on which "Paris" is written in Yiddish, and another carries to the top of the tower a bundle of scrolls resembling Torah scrolls, but with the word Chaliastre written on them. In this copy the cover is missing, see page 74 in booklet. Printed in 1,000 copies.
84 pages, 22 cm
Good condition. Original cover missing. Bound in hard cover. Edges a little chopped.
Forty postcards, intellectuals and Zionist leaders. Various publishers, different periods. Shalom Ash, Y.L. Peretz, Frug, Chlenov, Weizmann, Herbert Samuel and others.
Fair to good condition
Letters and envelopes sent to and from Jewish soldiers in the British Army, 1940s.
Letters to a soldier in the Royal Air force in Teheran; Letters from a soldier in Bahrain; Letter on stationary of the Committee for the Hebrew Soldier in Cairo and the National Committee for the Jewish Soldier; Letter of a soldier to the School of Economics and Political Sciences in London, requesting to be admitted after the military service; A letter from 1941 reads: "we feel the Egyptian melody playing through us. During the day we enjoy the sunlight warming our bones, and at night we feel how much the mosquitoes love us".
86 letters; 38 envelopes many of which contain original letters; a few additional documents.
Various sizes, good condition.
St. Petersburg stories. Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol. St. Petersburg, 1937.
Engraved illustration on the cover and 16 illustrations in the body of the book, by Natan Altman. All the illustrations are singed in print. Russian.
138,  pages, 35.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing on the first and last pages. Original material cover, slightly worn with stains and tearing on the spine.
“The Jewish Legion in Eretz Israel”, Postcard booklet by Y. Ben-Dov Publishers – 20 postcards, complete set. Cover design by Ze’ev Raban.
Fair condition. Few stains, slight wear to cover and small tear to spine. Stains on back of last card.
Fifty four PCs with photographs, published by Ya'akov Ben-Dov.
Amongst the cards: seventeen cards of Jerusalem from various series, including cover of folder "Jerusalem" Y.Gafni publishing; Eleven cards of Haifa; Seven cards "Surroundings of Kineret and the Jordan" including front of folder; Moshavot cards,"Geula Titnu LaAretz" and more. Some cards have writing in German.
1. Chatach, for literature and art. Issue 1, 1966. Participants includeYaakov Besser, Amir Gilboa, Michael Druks and others. 34 pages, 24 cm. Fair condition. Slight tears, stains.
2. Pshita – literary newspaper useful for all, edited by Meir Wieseltier. Issues 1-2, 1967. Partcipated by Yair Horwitz, Yonah Wollach, and others. Good condition.
Dis Basler Hebräischen Drucke (1492-1866), Joseph Prijs. Olten and Frei Burg, 1964.
Comprehensive book on Hebrew printing in Basel, including a large number of photographs and quotes in Hebrew, lists of books, and detailed indexing.
LXIII, 583,  page, 31.5 cm. The book is in very good condition. A few parts from the original pergament covering are missing or torn.
1-2. Two photographs of students in class – Gymnasia Herzliya
3. Photograph of Gymnasia Herzliya building [Photographia Zalmon].
4. Menachem Ussishkin with teachers and management committee of the Girls School, 1911. Some of the figures were originally attached as a photomontage.
5. Group photograph, described in pencil “Girls School.” Attached to cardboard.
12x16.5 cm – 22.5x29 cm. Fair condition.
Phaedon oder Über die Unsterblichkeit der Seele, in drey Gesprächen, [Phaedon, or on the immortality of the soul], Moshe Mendelssohn. Berlin and Stettin, 1767.
First edition of the book by the philosopher Moshe Mendelssohn (1729-1786), which was translated into many languages.
The book, called by the name of Appelton’s dialogue and written as a dialogue between the Greek philosopher Socrates to his students, brings evidence of the immortality of the soul and deals with eternity and immortality. German.
 plate - engraving; 11, 309,  pages, 15 cm. Good condition. Stains on the pages of the book. Ex-libris. Cardboard cover with marble paper.
1. Four photographs 15.5x21.5 cm. attached to cardboard 30x36 cm. The name of the photographer is impressed on the cardboard: “Photographer Zadok Bassan Jerusalem.” A few stains on the photographs. Creases and tears on some of the cardboard.
2. Photograph 12x16.5 cm. attached to cardboard 21x26 cm. On the cardboard is the ink stamp of the photographer “Zadok Bassan Photograph Jerusalem.” The photograph is in very good condition. The margins of the cardboard are torn and creased.
"Sefer Minhat Yehuda", Interpretation of Rabbah bar bar Hana aggadic stories, Rabbi Yehuda Zvi Hirsh Gelbard. Munkacz, .
On page 4 Haskama by Agnon, Signed "Buczacz ,Sivan 1903… Shmuel Yosef Czaczkes" – S"Y Agnon.
In 1903 Agnon was only 16 years old (b. 1887).
64 pages, 18.5 cm. Good condition. Stains. Some moth holes. Some damages professionally treated. Rebound.
Program for the Festival of Masks and Costumes in Tel-Aviv, Purim 1924; guide to the celebrations and carnival, Purim 1931; Purim songs to be distributed among the people, Purim 1932; guide to Purim celebrations and Adloyada, Purim 1932; Poster with details of Purim celebrations; a number of leaflets for Purim celebrations; a dozen printed and handwritten documents with arrangements for a Purim parade, the Adloyada, details of various events, etc., some internal documents of the organizing committee from the first Purim celebrations in Tel-Aviv.
20 documents. Various sizes, fair to good condition.
Di bobe shlak un ir kabak, L. Kvitko (Leib Kvitko). Kharkov, 1928. Illustrations by George Fisher
Booklet for children with seven large color illustrations printed in yellow and orange next to verses by Leib Kvitko.
 leaves, 25 cm. good condition, slight damage on left margin. Few stains on the cover.
Rabbi Moshe HaMeiri Ostrovsky, born in Karlin, made aliya to Eretz Israel in 1897 and learned in the Torat Chaim Yeshiva in the Old City of Jerusalem. Served in the Rabbinate of Moshav Ekron (Mazkeret Batya). One of the planners of the religious education in Eretz Israel, and one of the founders of the Mizrachi Movement. Served as a Mizrachi representative in the 12th, 15th and 20th Zionist Congresses, and was a member of the National Council. He was also among the founders of the Chief Rabbinate, and was a founder and later the Rabbi of the Kiryat Moshe Neighborhood in Jerusalem. Died in Jerusalem in 1957.
The archive contains 20 official files, tens of printed booklets, and thousands of documents: correspondence relating to the Mizrachi Movement, The Zionist Management and Management of the Jewish Agency, Memos to the UN, and more. Mostly from the 30s and 40s. Most of the documents are printed, some are handwritten.
Varying sizes and conditions.
Forshtelungen, Moshe Broderzon. Lodz, 1936.
Book of plays by the author, stage director and artist Moshe Broderzon (1890-1956), founder and director of the Yung Yiddish group. On the third page, there is a colorful portrait of the author, drawn by the artist Arthur Szyk. On the first page, there is a handwritten dedication by the author.
134 pages, 19 cm. Good condition. Foxing, stains on side of dust-jacket.
Forty four PCs with drawings by E.M. Lilien, part of them from his books "Lieder des ghetto" , "Jude", "Erez Israel und sein Volk", various publishers, various printing periods.
One card, "Shlomit", with orange background.
Fair to good condition. Foxing to many cards. Were not in use.
1. Mephisto, Uri Tzvi Grinberg. Literatur Fond Publishing, Warsaw, 1922.
The second edition of the poem by Uri Greenberg, which is one of his most important works in Yiddish. The cover was designed by Wolf Weintraub, the font of the title-page was designed by Grinberg himself. The book also contains an illustration by Henryk Berlewi – a portrait of the author.
85,  pages, 29.5 cm. Good condition. The page with the drawing of Uri Tzvi Grinberg is detached. The back cover is missing. The front cover and first page are restored in inner margin.
Bound together with:
2. Trit Tzikos fun: Ber Horowitz, Moshe Zilburg, Melech Chmielnitzki, Moishe Livshitz, Mani Leib, Albert Ehrenstein, David Fogel, A. M. Fuchs, Melekh Ravitch. Der Kwall Publishing, Vienna-Warsaw-Lemberg, .
Literary almanac, one of the many publishing projects of Melekh Ravitch from the beginning of the 1920s. The almanac also includes Yiddish translations from Russian and German. The cover was designed by Melekh Ravitch himself.
15 pages, 29.5 cm. Good condition. The front cover is detached and slightly torn on the margins. The other leaves are in very good condition.
Shana Tova postcard with turning wheel – Vienna.
Ten small pictures of synagogues in Vienna with a ‘window’ in the center. There is a cardboard turning wheel attached to the postcard. The Ten Commandments appear in the window, one after the other when the wheel is turned.
Very rare. Good condition. Peeling and glue remnants on the four corners of the postcard (on the reverse side).
Min HaChachlil U-Min HaKachol – Uri Tzvi Grinberg. HaAretz Print, Tel-Aviv, 1950. Before the title-page there is a dedication by the author in his handwriting, "to Rabbi Moshe Mordechai of Jerusalem and Brooklyn, from Uri Tzvi". In colophon: "The poems… were rearranged for print… with several corrections… and changes… the book was published in 77 copies, in accordance with the author's will".
41,  pages, 24.5 cm. High-quality paper, title-page with letters in red ink. Fair condition. Stains. The original paper cover is missing.
Group photograph – students and teachers of the Hebrew Gymnasia – Jaffa, 1905-1909 approximately (before moving to Herzl St. in Tel-Aviv).
Signed “Photographia Zalmon Jaffa [Soskin?].
22.5x29 cm, attached to cardboard 24x30 cm. Fair condition. Numerous stains, scratches with a tear in the corner.
1. "Power of attorney from the people of "Chevrat Yessod Ha'Ma'ala" to Rabbi Baruch Meir Rosenblum "to compromise and do all that is necessary for the good of the society including cashing debts due from all the members as well as compromise with whoever it will be necessary… he also is empowered to do all for the good of the society…" Mezrich, 1883. With signatures of the society members and Rosh Av Beit Din.
Baruch Meir Rosenblum was one of the founders of the society and of Yessod HaMa'ala although not amongst its builders or residents.
 handwritten leaves, 21 cm. Fair condition. Stains. Tears to folding lines, almost detached.
2. Tables with list of expenses spent by the society. The founders of Yessod HaMa'ala are mentioned: R' Baruch Meir, R' Ephraim Fishel Salomon, R' Leib Rubin and others. Including expenses on traveling to Eretz Israel and bringing objects there.  pages, 20 cm. Good condition.
The society "Hevrat Yessod HaMa'ala was founded in 1883 in Mezrich. R' Leib Rubin and R' Fishel Solomon, who later became the leader of the Moshava handled the purchase of land in Eretz Israel. In the spring of 1884, 7 families settled there, 6 of those families from Mezrich.
Important documents which describe the procedure of founding one of the first Moshavot in the Galilee.
17 Postcards with anti-semitic illustrations. Various publishers and publication dates.
8 are undivided. 11 have been sent by post.
Various conditions, fair to very good.
23 rare photographs of the Gymnasia Herzliya, its students, classrooms, teachers, and principals from its first years. Some were photographed by Y. Ben-Dov, although not signed. All the photographs are attached to cardboard, with a handwritten description of the subject:
1. Students and their teachers: preparatory classes 1-3, classes 1-6.
2. Supervising committee, administration and pedagogic committee.
3. Appliances, the hallway, physics room, gymnastics lesson, school hall.
4. 15th Shvat on Herzl St.; Gymnasia students on trips: Next to Kever Rachel, Solomon’s Pools, Jericho, the Dead Sea and on a rowboat in the Jordan River.
The photographs are 10x15.5 cm, the cardboard 16x20.5 cm. Poor to fair condition. Stains on the cardboard and moth holes to some of them. Stains on the photographs, most are worn.
Photographic album “Synagogue Dedication” . Bruchsal, Germany.
Ten quality photographs 17x23 cm, showing the synagogue from several angles, with an emphasis on wall murals, Hebrew writings, the Torah Ark, and various decorations.
The Bruchsal synagogue was built in 1881, renovated in 1923, and destroyed on Kristallnacht, November 1938.
The album is bound with string. On the cover and title page is an illustration of the synagogue.
 leaves, 30x38 cm. The photographs are in very good condition. The album is in good condition. Minor foxing on the leaves and the pergament separation papers, with some creasing or folds.
Woodcut – face of David Ben-Gurion in brown and light blue, Marvin Jules.
Autographed at the bottom by David Ben-Gurion in Hebrew and English (two large signatures).
51x66.5 cm. Good condition. Some light foxing
17 postcards with caricatures of Jews. Various publishers and publication dates.
9 are undivided, 8 have been sent by post.
Various conditions, fair to very good.
1. A relation of a journey begun anno dom 1610, London, 1637. Etchings.
2. A journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem at after, A. D. 1697. Oxford, 1714. Folded etching-plates.
3. L'univers – Historie et description de tous les peoples – Jerusalem. Paris, 1845. 70 attached plates, maps, etchings and two folded maps.
4. Twenty-one years' work in the Holy Land. London, 1886. Folded map of Jerusalem.
5. Palestine, Major C. R. Conder. London, 1889. Colored maps.
6. Those Holy Fields – Palestine. London, late 19th century. Prints of illustrations in pencil and pen.
7. The HolyLand, Robert Hichens. New York, 1910. Colored illustrations.
Various sizes. Various conditions. Fair to good condition.
Russland, Die rekonstruktion der architektur in der Sowjetunion, El Lissitzky. Vienna, 1930.
Reconstruction of architecture in the Soviet Union. First volume in a series dealing with modern building throughout the world, with text and 104 illustrations, architectural plans and photographs of models by Lissitzky.
103, 29 cm. Fair condition. Cover with creases and tears, mainly on and around the spine.
Twenty colored postcards featuring caricatures of North African Jews. Printed in Morocco. Algiers, Tunisia and France, different printing dates.
Two undivided, 11 unused.
Good to very good condition.
38 postcards depicting the synagogues of Libau, Torino, Prague, Breslau, Nuremberg, Dusseldorf, Munich, Essen, Trencin, St. Petersburg, Kattowitz, Lodz, and more. In the postcard depicting Dortmund, a “window” opens with small folded pictures inside. 9 are undivided. 19 have not been used.
Very good condition.
Das entfesselte theater, Alexander Trairoff. Potsdam, 1927. Second edition.
Cover of the book was designed by El Lissitzky. The body of the book has a number of plates with photographs and illustrations of theatre costumes. German.
112 pages,  plates, 25 cm. Fair condition. Signature from 1934, ink stamps. Stains and peeling on the cover, tears on the spine.
Colored postcard binder published by M.S. Luria, photographer, Safed, the 1930's
Ten colored postcards attached (accordion). The cards show building and sites in Safed and Meron, including the tomb of RASHBI and the tomb of Rabbi Yochanan HaSandlar, a spring in Meron and the houses of the city of Safed. First postcard has text in German, the other postcards have text in Hebrew and English.
The postcards are in very good condition. Cover is in good condition, some tears.
Sefer HaChaim – Aryeh group in Tel-Chai league IV. HaTzofim community (Scouts), Tel-Aviv, 1926-1931.
"Book of Memories" of a Scout group, including philosophy and thought, memories from shared activities, biography, letters, songs, stories, riddles, many original pictures, and photographs of members of Aryeh group of Tel Aviv scouts.
Interesting document from the early years of the Scouts movement in Eretz Israel. The Scouts movement was established on Passover 1919, and the first branch in Eretz Israel was established in Haifa in 1925.
235 written pages in a 382 page notebook. 27 cm. Good condition. Stains. New cloth binding.
81 postcards with Shana Tova greetings. Various publishers, and publication dates. Some with gilded decorations, some Real Photo, some of sites in Eretz Israel and more.
Various conditions, fair to good.
Ten fairy tales, by Andersen, Grimm, and others. Published by “Ophir” - “Moriah,” Jerusalem-Berlin, 1923. Editor: Ch. N. Bialik. 10 fairy tales in Hebrew, with unique illustrations by the artist Tom Seidmann-Freud (1892-1930),.
 pages, 20.5x25 cm. Fair condition. Moisture damage in front of the title page and at the back of the book. Ex libris. Cover is loose and peeling with severe moisture damage and stains.
1. Yungharvst, A. Leyeles. Published by Kultur-Lige, Warsaw, 1922. Author’s dedication to S. Niger.
Comments and corrections in pen and pencil in the book’s pages. Cover is detached. Previous library copy.
2. Freie Perzn, Ya’akov Glatstein. Published by Grahar-Stadalsky, New York, 1926.
Moisture damage, tears on the page margins, loose cover.
3. Yiddishteitshen, Ya’akov Glatstein. Published by Ch. Bazshaza, Warsaw, 1937. Tears on the cover.
My Paris, Iya Ehrnburg. Moscow, 1933.
Dozens of photographs by Ehrenburg presenting daily work life in Paris, with all its images. Cover and inner design by El Lissitzky.
The original paper cover is missing. Russian.
235,  pages, 16.5x20 cm. Body of the book is in good condition. Professional repairs have been made to pages 193, 208 and 225. The cover is in fair condition. Non original endpapers and spine. Light tears on the cover, worn margins.
Ten booklets published by Committee for a Jewish Palestine, Anglo-American Committee for a Jewish Army, American League for a Free Palestine:
1. Towards a Jewish army. Publication no. 1. London, 1942.
2. From Evian to Bermuda. New York, 1943.
3. Repatriated Palestine Jewish soldiers. London, 1944.
4. We cannot have both imperialism and peace. New York, 1945.
5. The Jewish Struggle – Jewish fighting organ. Issue 6, London, August 1946.
6. Irgun Press. Issue 4, New York, April 7th, 1948.
7-8. Committee for a Jewish army of Stateless refugee and Palestinian Jews and Jewish Brigade group – Souvenir Booklet. London, 1944. On the cover there is a drawing by Arthur Szyk + additional booklets from London, 1945.
1. Are The Jews fighting? London, year of print not noted.
2. American Tradition and Hebrew Freedom, Guy M. Gillette. New York, year of print not noted.
Varying sizes, fair through very good condition.
Lenin, illustrations by Natan Altman. St. Petersburg, 1921.
Cover with illustration in the suprematist style by Altman. The body of the book has Lenin’s signature in print and 10 plates with Altman’s illustrations: Nine have Lenin’s portrait and one shows the view from his office. Russian.
 leaves,  plates,  leaves, 23.5 cm. Good condition. Stains. The cover and first three pages are cut; the cover has been professionally repaired. The base of the spine has been professionally repaired.
Br. Grimm Meiselach [Grimm Brothers Fairytales] translated into Yiddish by N. Lurie. Kultur-Lige, [Kiev 1922].
Three tales by the Grimm Brothers translated into Yiddish. Cover and front page designed by Joseph Tchaikov. 13 additional illustrations by Tchaikov appear in the booklet, 10 of which are full page. Titles of stories are also designed by Tchaikov. Yiddish.
48 pages, 18 cm. Fair condition. Booklet was professionally restored but has humidity damages, ink-stains, foxing and tears to margins. Slight damages to text.
Rare. Not in Shmerok's catalogue.
1. Panoramic map of Jerusalem, unidentified. 28.5x70 cm. Poor condition. Rough tears with pieces missing, some have been repaired.
2. Map of Jerusalem by Christiaan van Adrichem, [Amsterdam, 1657]. Comprising two separate sheets each 37x47 cm.
3. Map of Jerusalem by Sebastian Münster, 1550. Laor 1087. 15.5x37.5 cm. A few pinholes.
4. Map of Jerusalem by Bernardino Amico, mid-17th century. 30x35 cm.
Alef Bet, illustrations by Ze’ev Raban, rhymes by Levin Kipnis, Bezalel-Jerusalem.
By “HaSefer” Publishing, Berlin, 1923.
 pages, 25 cm.
Excellent condition. A children's book in such nice condition is rarely seen.
“The Archer,” art and literature anthology edited by Alexander Belenson, issue no. 3 (last issue). St. Petersburg. 1922.
Stories and poems alongside 14 plates with illustrations by Natan Altman, Marc Chagall, Lev Bruni, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Nikolay Kulbin, Vladimir Lebedev, and others. Several illustrations are in color.
300 copies printed. Russian.
175 pages with  illustrated plates, 28 cm. The body of the book is in good condition. The cover is in fair condition. The back cover is detached and torn on the margins with pieces missing. The front cover is slightly detached and torn on the margins with pieces missing. Stains on the cover.
Good! October poem. Vladimir Mayakovsky. Moscow, 1927.
The front cover is designed in the constructivist style by El Lissitzky in red and black.
The suprematist influence on Lissitzky’s constructivist typography is evident.
3,000 copies printed. Russian.
104 pages, 21 cm. Good condition. Pages 5-12 are loose. Stains on the cover and on some of the pages, light tearing on the margins of the cover and on one of the pages, no text omitted.
Troyer – [Sadness], David Hofstein. Illustrations by Marc Chagall. Published by Kultur-Lige, Kiev, 1922.
Poems relating to the Ukrainian pogroms, typography on the cover and drawings within the book by Marc Chagall. The drawings show a man with dropped arms or a stack of houses connected to the ‘body without a head,’ which also portray the pogroms. Yiddish.
On the title page is a handwritten dedication by the author (Yiddish) from 1922.
XXIII,  page, 34 cm. Fair condition. Stained, creased with fold marks. The margins of page 17 are torn. Moth holes on the margins of some of the pages. Tears on the cover, mainly around the spine. Some have been professionally repaired.
“Dear Sir, We are honored to send you this invitation to the session for the Declaration of Independence that will take place on Friday, 5 Iyar 1948… at 4p.m. in the museum hall… we request you keep secret the contents of this invitation and the time of the council’s gathering…”. In original envelope, as it was sent to a member of the Journalists’ Association.
Single leaf folded 21.5 cm, with a cover printed on thin cardboard. 14 cm. Good condition. Stains.
Collection of letters and postcards sent by Leah Goldberg to Rivka Gvili-Broida and her husband Alexander, 1940s–1960s. The collection includes:
Seven postcards sent by Leah Goldberg to Rivka and Alexander Broida; Shanah Tovah greeting with leaves attached (designed by Goldberg); eight letters from Leah Goldberg, most are handwritten; printed Shana Tova greeting, with handwritten addition: “I have already eaten the good chocolate and smoked the cigarettes!”; Three sketches by Goldberg; Color draft ex-libris to Gvili-Broida with attached letter and invitation to the opening of Goldberg’s collage exhibition.
In a letter from May 1948 Goldberg writes: “In the meantime I am living, and that has become something more important that indicates the obvious fact… I have been busy with my work this year, which is very pleasant for me: translating ‘War and Peace’ by Tolstoy. If all goes well, this will take another year and a half at least. […] Yesterday I was at Gan Shmuel, and I saw an hour of trees bent by the wind…”
Yingl Tsingl Khvat [The Mischievous Boy], Mani Leib. Illustrations by El Lissitzky. Published by Yiddisher Folksfarlag, Kiev-St. Petersburg, 1919.
First edition – soft cover printed in black and red, the illustrated colored title page is missing. Many black and white illustrations in the body of the book. Yiddish.
The last page has an advertisement for books containing Lissitzky’s illustrations.
 pages, 26 cm. Good condition. Slight staining, slight foxing. Most of the pages have water marks. Generally a nice copy.
Pinchas Rutenberg (1879-1942) was an engineer, pioneer of modern industry in Eretz Israel and founder of the electricity company. He was one of the initiators of the Jewish Legion. When he made aliya in 1919, he did a survey of all of the water sources, and proposed thorough plans for development of water industries, drainage, damming, ground development, and building power plants between the Litani river and the Dead Sea. He was one of the founders of the Hagana, one of its first commanders, and head of the National Council. In 1923, he founded Palestine’s Electricity Company when he received a permit to use the waters of the Jordan and Yarmuch waters, and built a hydro-electric power plant in Naharayim; he also built power plants which provided electricity for Tel-Aviv, Jaffa, Haifa and Tiberias. Later, he built the motor-driven Power Plants “Reading” in Tel Aviv and “Haifa A” in Haifa.
Avraham Rutenberg, Pinchas’s younger brother, worked as a surveyor in Jordan, and was also involved with the Hagana. He helped it by purchasing equipment, and by making the power plant available for production of weapons and warfare. He was the chairman of the power plant after Pinchas’s death.
The archives contains thousands of items in various languages, from the 20s-40s: several passports of the Rutenberg brothers, approx. 100 photographs, mostly connected to building power plants, showing industrial buildings and machinery, building plans, newspaper cuttings, wide correspondence about a variety of subjects: reports, licenses, receipts, requests and personal correspondence. The documents include letters signed by Chaim Weizmann, Herbert Samuel, HaRav Kook, Lord Reading, David Yellin and more. The collection includes many handwritten documents as well as postcards and envelopes.
10 signs printed on cardboard, regarding workers and offices of Tel Aviv Municipality:
The Mayor Mr. M. Dizingoff; Main Office – No Entrance; Engineering and City Building – Mr. Y. Roitman; Manager of Licensing Department M. Peretz; City Engineer Mr. Y. Shifman; Reception Order in the Technical Wing; and more.
Two postcards printed by Y. M. Shasha HaLevi, Petach Tikva.
Petach Tikva: Jaffa St., Chovevei Zion St.
40 photographed and illustrated postcards of Arabs. Various publishers in Palestine and overseas.
Two postcards are used, various conditions.
A volume of the carbon copies of letters sent by Gedalyahu Wilbushevitz between 1911-1912.
Wilbushevitz (1865-1943) – engineer and architect, one of the founders of Jewish industry and building in Eretz Israel, a member of the ‘Hovevei Zion.’ Born in Belarus, trained as a building engineer at the High Technical School in Berlin. Arrived in Eretz Israel with the First Aliya, founded ‘The company for the development of industries in Eretz Israel,’ established the first iron-casting factory in Eretz Israel, and other factories (see attached material).
Letters are in various languages; few of the documents are in Hebrew. The top of each copy page has handwriting in pen which was added at a later date) which gives a short description: To the hospital and Jewish aged home in Grodno (donations), matters relating to workshops, factories, and more. A small notepad is attached with lists and engineering calculations made by Wilbushevitz.
140 written leaves, 28 cm. Good condition. Foxing. Fine paper, with occasional damage caused by the ink.
Receipt booklet, Agudat HaPo'alim – Yaffo, 1911; invitation to a Hannukah party (painted and hand-written); program of Hannukah party 1914; circular letter to citizens of Tel Aviv, 1917; invitation to a tea party in the house of Ya'akov and Sara Tehon, 1918; program of flowers holiday, 1920; and a few more.
Eight documents, various sizes, poor to fair condition.
1. The Hebrew struggle for national liberation, selection of documents and background to activities, published by the Etzel, 1947. English.
81 pages, 26 cm. Good condition. Many foxing stains.
2. Judea Luptatoare booklet published by the Etzel, 1948?. A number of documents and a chronicle of the organization’s activities in 1948. The symbol of the organization is on the cover. Romanian.
18 pages, 26 cm. Detached cover. Stains.
1. Mein Judentum [My Judaism], Akiva Ernst Simon, 1978. Printed article attached with a pin, autograph of Ernst Simon on the cover and corrections in the body of the article. German. , 18 leaves, stains on the first leaf.
2. Gemeinschaft und Wohlfahrtspflege in Israel [the community and welfare work in Israel], Akiva Ernst Simon. Published by the project for mutual assistance of the Association for Central European Olim, Jerusalem, 1961. German.
8 pages, 19.5 cm. Foxing.
Essay about the poetry of the "Father of Russian Futurism" David Burliuk (1888-1967) by Igor Postofelsky. New York, . From the book-series about the Russian Avant-garde, published in New York by Burliuk's wife.
The cover, which is handmade, as well as the water painting before the title-page were made by David Burliuk. Russian.
16 pages, 32 cm. Fair condition. Bound with a lace. The cover is torn on its edges and inner margins, and is detached.
4 announcements: Caucasian Kefir; If You Care About Your Health and Money – Eat Rich Sour Milk; Kafir the Pharmacist – S. Malchin; Kefir Tnuva Tel Aviv;
5 printings on cardboard and paper: labels and cartons for "Bri'ut – factory for macaroni and all kinds of noodles", and for egg cartons.
Ten postcards in lithographic print, published by Edition Jsac Chagise Jerusalem. Jerusalem., undated. Beth Lehem, Beit Aniya, Tiberias, Rachel's Tomb, the Jordan river and various sites in Jerusalem.
Fair condition. Foxing. Creased corners. Chopped margins to two cards. Cards were not used.
Four colored postcards, published by Joseph A. Mitri, Jaffa: General view of Ramla; Mikveh Yisrael, boats on the Jaffa coast; Jaffa port and a view over the city. Undivided, not used.
Very good condition.
Food will win the war! Yiddish poster in lithographic print. United States Food Administration, circa 1917. Painted by Charles Edward Chambers,
Immigrants arriving in New York harbor, with Statue of Liberty beneath a rainbow. "You came here seeking freedom, now you must help to preserve it. Wheat is needed for the allies. Don't waste it." Exhibited at "From Haven to Home : A Library of Congress Exhibition Marking 350 Years of Jewish Life in America" at the Library of Congress, 2004.
50x75.5 cm. Good condition. Mounted on cardboard or cloth (not examines out of frame). Some tears, professionally restored.
1. Two official stationeries and an official envelope - blank.
2. Two ‘members’ leaflets’ from 1942-1943; ‘Niv HaGdud’ No. 1-2, 1948; Booklet commemorating 13 years of MDA.
3. Seven general documents, letters, report on delivering first aid and more.
4. 17 posters: Caution prevents disaster; Warning! Danger!; In war as in peace – Magen David Adom is on alert; new first aid course to commence shortly; ball in honor of 5 years of Magen David Adom’s establishment; festive ceremony for receiving the Magen David Adom Gush Dan ambulance; invitation to ball with the participation of Gertrud Kraus; announcement of introduction of first aid course and more.
30 items. Various sizes, fair to good condition.
1. Regulations of the “Sa’ad” Association (for treating and services to the sick). Tel-Aviv, no year of publication. Association for support of families where a woman has given birth or is ill. Hebrew and English.  pages only. Some moth holes.
2. Call of the chief rabbis of the district of Tel-Aviv - Jaffa to charitable people. Request for a donation to the Blind School in Jerusalem. Signed in print: Shlomo HaCohen Aronson and Ben-Zion Meir Chai Uziel. Stains, filing holes, slight tears in the margins.
3. Hand-written Power of Attorney on “Ezrat Yetomim” Association stationery, Tel-Aviv – Jaffa, 1940. Includes the Association’s stamp. Filing holes and fold lines.
4. Cardboard calendar with prayers for different dates, Bikur Holim and Linat HaZedek, Tel-Aviv – Jaffa. On the back is a later addition of the “Mi SheBerach” for IDF soldiers. With the addition of the official card of the institution.
Thirteen Jewish figures including Spinoza, Marx and Heine as well as painters and Zionist activists. Various printers, various printing times.
Fair to good condition.
Two printed Ketubot, never used:
1. Decorated frame for a Ketuba, printed in green and red. S. Tzukerman print, Jerusalem.
40x57 cm. Fair condition. Torn edges.
2. Frame for a Ketuba, with two lions ad a crown on top. Gold ink. S. Tzukerman Print, Jerusalem.
31.5x47 cm. Fair condition. Torn edges, partially restored.
Di Kupe (The Pile), Peretz Markish. Kultur Lige Publishers, Warsaw, 1921. First edition. The composition on the cover was made by Henryk Berlewi, illustrating the name of Markish's poem, visually resembling a pile. The obvious brutality and coarseness of the composition's elements – the title-letters and the triangles beneath them - match the tragic mood of the poem, and the purposely provoking naturalist anti-esthetic quality which is the main tone in the poem's description of the pogrom's victims. The murdered Jews were "Piled up" in the town square.
32 pages, 33.5 cm. Fair condition. Foxing. The original cover glued on hard cardboard, not original, tears to spine and partly detached.
Aller Nayester Vichtigster Aleph Bet. Esh-Dat Publication, Oradea, Romania, 1938.
Booklet for teaching children the Hebrew alphabet, without illustrations. A page is dedicated to each letter. Yiddish title-page.
 pages, 16 cm. Poor condition. Dark stains. Uncut sheets (as printed).
Essay by the futurist poet and literary critic, Benedict Leibshitz (1886-1938), about the early period of Russian futurism. The cover as well as the water painting before the title-page were made by David Burliuk. Russian.
16 pages, 32 cm. Good condition. cover is slightly faded at margins, and is slightly creased.
5 announcements printed on cardboard:
Letzte Nayes – interesting and sharp daily newspaper; freedom of speech is more than a privilege – it's an obligation– Avigdor HaMeiri's monthly newspaper "HaMachar" has appeared; The most important Jewish book printed of late has already been accepted: the Heint's Yovel-Buch; and more.
73 postcards, various publishers, from the 1920s. All show views and sites in Eretz Israel: Jaffa, Jerusalem, Tiberias, Haifa, Dead Sea, holy sites, and tradesmen. 26 are undivided, many are in color, most have not been used.
Very good condition.
1. Damascus Gate. Unsigned and untitled. 19x25 cm in passé-partout 38.5x45 cm.
2. Tower of David (the fortress), Felix Bonfils. 22x28 cm. Mounted on cardboard 40x50 cm. Signed on the plate. Very good condition.
1. Opening of the concert season at “Rei-Noa [Silent Movie House] Gan Rina.” Tel Aviv, 1929. Printed in red.
2. General auction at the store of Tufik and Avraham Mugrabi & Co., Tel Aviv, 1930. Hebrew, Arabic, and French.
3.Request by the “Rudolf Musa” agency to send advertisements to a newspaper exclusively printed for distribution at the Levant Fair. Hebrew and English. Undated.
4. List of candidates to the founding of the New Zionist Federation Congress [established by the Revisionist Movement], 1935?
5. Notice No. 6 – Elections to the sixth council of the Tel-Aviv Municipality, 1945. Includes names of members from all parties.
6. The first conference of the Movement for Peace in Israel. Tel-Aviv, 1950. Red and blue colors.
7. Advertisement for the introduction of the Keren Kayemet LeYisrael badge, made of metal, in honor of Israel’s Independence Day, 1956. Printed in blue.
Varying sizes, most are large. Fair to good condition. Tears and stains. Folded.
Di Kupe [the pile] (poeme), Peretz Markish. Kultur-lige, Kiev, 1922. Second edition.
Design of cover by Joseph Tchaikov. Next to the title and name of author are two figures carrying a body, which, according to the contents of the poem, depicts the victims of a pogrom. Yiddish.
36 pages, 19.5 cm. Good condition. Stains and small missing parts. The booklet is bound in hard-cloth-cover.
Plaster sculpture of Herzl, painted gold and black.
Height: 18 cm, width: 17 cm. Good condition. Slight damages, painted in the original colors.
1919, L. Kvitko. Yidisher Literarishe Farlag, Berlin, 1923. Cover illustrated and designed by the artist Yosef Tchaikov. Book has two title pages, typographically designed by Tchaikov. Yiddish.
163,  pages, 18 cm. Good condition. Cover is partly detached from the body of the book. Last leaf is detached.
Poetry tournament. Moscow, 1930.
Collection of works by Boris Pasternak, Vladimir Mayakovsky and others; the illustration on the cover and the contents of the book are in handwriting, in lithographic print. Russian.
18 pages, 17x22 cm. Fair condition. Tears along the margins. Most of the original cover is present, mounted on cardboard. Tears along the margins with omissions, and damage to text.
18 lists printed on paper:
List of candidates for Gananya neighborhood committee; The Center's candidates for council and management of the "Crafts Bank"; list of members of guilds for metal-work, baking, painting, committee of the great Synagogue in Tel Aviv, and more.
Issue of Davar newspaper from 7th Iyar – May 16th 1948, two days after declaration of the State, with headlines "The State of Israel Has Been Established".
4 pages, 58 cm Fair condition; folded, slightly torn at folding lines.
Four postcards related to Baron Rothschild: the Rothschild yacht; images of the Rothschild family; Rothschild Hospital; Official postcard of S. Rothschild & Co., 1893. Two cards are undivided.
1. Alon Avraham, Hebron. Signed and described in plate.
2. View to Jaffa from the Sea. Unsigned with description on plate.
3. Kings’ Graves (Jerusalem) – internal yard. Signed and described in plate.
4. General view of Solomon’s Pools. Signed and described in plate.
5. Rachel’s Tomb. Signed and described in plate.
22x28 cm. Fair to good condition. Thin paper. Tears, fold marks and light staining on the margins.
Booklet of “pictures and holy memorabilia for the Love of Zion and Jerusalem.” Holds 5 colored postcards in accordion fashion, lithographic print. Depicting Ahashverosh and Queen Esther, Succot, blowing the Shofar, Shabbat afternoon, and Erev Shabbat. English, Yiddish and German.
Gilded margins, inscription and gilded decorations on the cover of the booklet.
Very good condition.
Far Undzere Kinder [For our children], Joseph Vinietsky, Author's publishing' Mexico 1947.
Textbook and game for children. Illustrations for coloring as well as the ABC and short texts for studying Yiddish.
Yiddish with title page in Spanish.
80 pages, 27 X19 cm. Good condition, loose and stained cover.
"The Clock Above the Head", K. Tzetnik [Yechiel Di-Nur]. Bialik Institute Publishing, Jerusalem, 1960.
Before the title-page there is a dedication by the author in his handwriting: "To Moshe / the original artist / from Yechiel".
102,  pages, 21 cm. Good condition. Stains. Torn spine.
In Feirdiken Doyr, [In the Burning Period, anthology of new and revolutionary poetry], edited by A. Korman. Published by Meluche-Farlag and Kultur-Lige, Kiev, 1921.
Anthology contains works by David Hofstein, Peretz Markish, Moshe Kolbak, Moshe Broderzon, Kadia Molodovsky and others.
The illustrations and typography on the cover, in contructivist style, are by Joseph Tchaikov. Yiddish.
64 pages, 17 cm. Poor condition. Body of booklet detached and pages disbound. First and last pages are attached with professional tape. Cover torn, detached and stained. Missing parts.
69 postcards of Tel-Aviv. Various publishers and publication dates.
A few are similar versions of the same postcard.
Good to very good condition.
The Lebanon, land of tourism and vacation. Published by the Government of Lebanon’s economic department, Beirut, 1935.
Booklet including a map of Lebanon, many photographs and practical details for visitors to Lebanon: climate, transport, sanatoriums, hotels, and more. Divided according to sites: Beirut, Baalbek, Zahla, and more.
, 4, 68 pages, 16x18 cm. Good condition. First page is torn. Cover is partially detached as is the last page. Spine is torn.
Undzers [anthology for literature and literary criticism] issue from 1940 and issue from 1949; Eins [periodical for literature and art], 1929; Tsvey [anthology for literature and criticism], 1929; Vayter, April 1935; Shtamen [literature, art, criticism], 1936; Bletter, 1936.
Various conditions, fair to good.
Group photograph – visit by Bialik and Ravnitzky to a girls school.
Description in pencil “Girls school teachers with Bialik and Ravnitzky.” Signed on the plate and the cardboard “Photographia Zalmon.”
23x29.5 cm, attached to cardboard 28x33 cm. Fair condition. Stained and scratched. Damage to the cardboard.
Painted sculpture of Herzl. On the back there is a dedication from 1948.
Height: 19 cm, width: 11 cm. Fair condition. Damages, coarsely restored, to the beard, nose, cheek, hair and shoulder.
62 Real Photo postcards with photographs of the American Colony, the American settlement. Published by Vester & Company, Jerusalem. Most of the postcards have photographs of Jerusalem and surrounding areas, with a few of the Kinneret.
In a few cases there are several versions of the same postcard.
Good to very good condition.
Five photographs of the “New Synagogue” in Berlin, mounted on cardboard, undated (19th century).
Two published by "Moser sen". One by "J.F. Stiehm", and two without a publisher’s name.
The “New Synagogue” in Berlin was built between 1859-1866 with the intent of its being the central synagogue of Berlin.
On average 6x8.5 cm, mounted on cardboard 7x11 cm average. Good condition. Worn. One of the cardboard corners is missing.
Gedacht, Der Nister. Published by Idisher Literarishe Farlag, Berlin, 1923.
Second volume only. The cover design is by Joseph Tchaikov.
285,  pages, 19 cm. Good condition. Rebound original cover attached to new binding.