Offenbacher Haggadah. Edited by Siegfried Guggenheim. Offenbach am Main, 1927.
Pesach Haggadah, with sections of the original Hebrew text (most of the text in German). Musical notes, map of the wanderings of the people of Israel in Egypt and other illustrations (hand-painted etchings) by the artist Fritz Kredel. Some letters were printed in red ink.
Bibliophilic edition on quality paper, 300 copies printed.
97,  pages, 29.5 cm. Good condition. Tears to edges of cover. Spine torn and missing restored with glue. Yaari 2042; Otzar 3054.
Haggáda, Peszach estéjére. Edited by Erno Nameny and Karloy Pap. Budapest, 1936.
Pesach Haggadah in Hungarian, with a few passages in Hebrew. Printed from left to right, with etchings by Sandor Kolozsvari. A booklet with musical notes is enclosed in the end with a special title page.
60, ; 8 pages, 23.5 cm. Good condition. Binding partly detached.
Yaari 2216, Otzar 3564.
Pesach Haggadah illustrated by Shlomo Yedida [Yedidyah] Seelenfreund (Jerusalem). Kloz, 1938.
Hebrew Haggadah, introduction and comments in Hungarian. Each page set in a colorful frame illustrated by the artist S. Yedidya.
. 74 pages, 22.5 cm. Fair condition. Binding partly detached, stained and worn. Few stains to leaves of the haggadah.
Otzar 3669, Yaari 2264.
Pesach Haggadah, Omzsa Publishing - Orszagos Magyar Zsido segito akcio, Budapest, 1942.
“The Society for the Assistance of Hungarian Jewry publishes this Haggadah...".
The Hebrew printing is consistent with that used in a Haggadah which appeared in Jerusalem in 1930 published by Nachum Lifschitz. . .”
Includes preface, research notes and comments in Hungarian, reproductions of handwritten Haggadah pages and antique printings, and music notes.
Numbered, one of 900 copies, with signatures of the authors and artists.
Yaari 2293; Otzar 3870.
LVII, , 73, , LXXXII-LXI,  pages, 35.5 cm.
Fair condition. Cardboard binding. Spine detached.
Pesach Haggadah, Paris, 1962.
Pesach Haggadah with French translation on facing pages, with black and white illustrations.
Copy Number 94 out of 100 numbered copies edition, signed by translator (Edmond Fleg) and illustrator (Véroniqe Filozof). Heavy paper.
Unnumbered pages, 23 cm. Good condition. Stains. Original cloth binding.
Haggadah Le-Prichot, as is the custom to read on Shabat Ha-Gadol in all lepers areas, by Tuvia Peretz Shweinberg (named TPSH). Lemberg, 1911.
Parodic Haggadah for lepers. "…those who scratch all night long…".
16 pages, 15 cm. Poor condition. Fallen apart. All leaves torn and detached. Front cover missing.
Non-political Haggadah , (of no political party), for everyone. Edited by Dan Anochi (Ephraim Davidson). Published by “Bedichuta,” Tel-Aviv, pre 1948.
Humorous Haggadah, printed on a typewriter and copied by stencil. “Kadesh [Sanctification] – for the benefit of the party one is advised to devote all his time, energy, money, etc., because the aim sanctifies the means…”
10 leaves, 21 cm. Good condition. Stain on the cover and first page. Tears on the margins of the cover. Spine has been unprofessionally repaired using adhesive tape.
Pesach Haggadah, "Ha-Tikvah" Soldiers Club culture committee, Alexandria (Egypt), 1944.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with printed cover. Passages of the traditional text read by the rabbi, alongside reading-passages read by different readers, men and women. Next to each passage, read by a woman, appears in parentheses A.T.S. Texts by Bialik, Frishman and others, including texts relating to the holocaust with call for revenge. Some of the illustrated figures wear uniform, with weapons and badges of the Jewish brigade.
 leaves, 21.5 X 17 cm. Good condition. Foxing, slight tears to edges of leaves and to cover. Central folding mark to all leaves and to cover.
Pesach Haggadah. Jewish General Transportation Unit 468, Royal Services Forces. Italy, .
Non-traditional Haggadah, stenciled, with illustrations. Sections from the traditional text till the special title: "Masechet Yameinu" presented as a play with figures and reading passages relating to the holocaust, Warsaw Ghetto riot and Aliya to Eretz Yisrael.
 Title cover, 28 leaves, 19.5 X 16 cm. Thin dry paper. Poor condition. Damaged, tears and many creases. Stains.
Three non-traditional Pesach Haggadot, with illustrations. Each one different:
1. Pesach Haggadah, 1939. Artistic handwriting and unique illustrations.  title cover,  leaves, 25 cm. Fair condition. Tears. Corners of leaves attached.
2. Pesach Haggadah, 1941.  Title cover,  leaves, 22 cm. Good condition. Tears to edges, stains.
3. Pesach Haggadah, 1950.  Title cover, 8 printed pages,  attached leaf 23.5 cm. Good condition. Wine stains and foxing-stains.
Pesach Haggadah, Kiryat Anavim, 1943.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Short haggadah, with some of the traditional text with songs and various reading passages.
8 leaves, 28 cm. Good condition. Folding marks. Foxing-stains, mainly to last leaves.
[Pesach Haggada, Kibbutz Kefar Giladi, 1943].
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with hand-painted illustrations. Some passages of the traditional text alongside with references to the holocaust and the diaspora, reading passages about spring and reference to the "Teheran Children": " In two Egyptian trains the young Olim from Teheran arrive, in all 1,200 people…".
 pages, 21 cm. Fair condition. Missing cover. Tear to first leaf, tears to last leaves. Restored with paper-tape. Place and date handwritten by pen on last page.
See "Kibbutz Haggadot" by Natan Steiner, page 14, where he mentions the above citation from the 1943 Kefar Giladi Haggadah.
Pesach Haggadah, Heftzibah, 1944.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Some passages from the traditional text alongside with songs and reading-texts by Bialik, Berl Katzenelsohn, Zerubavel, Yehuda Ha-Levy and others. Passages with references to the holocaust and Ha'apala to Eretz Yisrael.
17 pages, 20.5 X 16.5 cm. Text in very good condition. Foxing-stains on cover and some creases.
Pesach Haggadah, Kibbutz Ma'agan, 1944.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Many passages of the traditional text and from Jewish sources alongside with "Kumu To'ey Midbar" and some references to the holocaust and the ghettos.
 Title cover,  leaves, 21 cm. Fair condition, foxing stains, cover on dry fragile paper, tears to spine and edges.
Pesach Haggadah, Kibbutz Beit Keshet, 1945.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Passages of the traditional text with some diverse reading-texts by Israeli writers and poets.
 Title cover, 24 pages, 24 cm. Good condition. Foxing. Tears and creases to edges of cover. First Haggadah of this Kibbutz established one year earlier.
Pesach 1945 (Readings for Pesach in Ha-Shomer Ha-Tza'ir Movement Kibbutz) Beit Alfa, 1945.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. On first page: "For all our recruited friends wherever they are!...we pray for your homecoming..". Reading passages about spring season, title "Let us tell the story of the Exodus" (some traditional texts), the Partisans song in Hebrew and Yiddish and more passages.
 leaves, 22 cm. Good condition. Back cover detached. Stain on front cover. Cover edges are faded.
Pesach Haggadah, [Electrical Power Plant] Naharayim, 1946.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, one illustrated leaf. On the cover illustration of the Naharayim Electrical Power Plant. Passages of the traditional text alongside with songs and various reading-texts.
 Title cover, 16 leaves, 21.5 cm. Fair condition. Wine-stains. Cover torn, detached. Does not appear in Natan Steiner's catalogue of "Kibbutz Haggadot".
Pesach Haggadah, Beit Oren, 1946.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Passages of the traditional text alongside with songs and various reading-texts, "Yizkor" and a drawing of the sculpture "Israel Saba" by David Polus, standing in the kibbutz.
 title cover,  leaves, 21.5 cm. Good condition. Cover stained, spine and edges of cover torn.
Pesach Haggadah, Meshek Kefar Giladi Tel Chai, 1946.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. Passages of the traditional text alongside with reading-texts and various songs, amongst them "At Telchi Basadeh" by Leah Goldberg, "Yizkor" for the holocaust victims and more.
 Title cover,  leaves, 21.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing and tears to edges of cover.
Pesach Haggadah, published by the Strassburg Youth Center, Pesach 1947 (Details in French). Non-traditional haggadah, handwriting with stenciled naïve illustrations, text in Hebrew and French. On inner side of back cover appears the map of Israel with the writing "Next Year in Jerusalem".
22 pages (Including title cover), 21 cm. Fair condition. Tears to attachment of leaves to cover, wine-stains and creases.
Seder Leil Pesach, Ma'oz Chaim, 1947.
Non-traditional stenciled Haggadah, no illustrations. Passages of the traditional text alongside with songs and different reading-texts. Includes three leaves telling the story of the holocaust and Jewish riots attempts followed by the story of Ha'apala to Eretz Yisrael, the detention camp in Cyprus, the song "Admat Birya" by Alterman and more.
 Title cover,  leaves,  2 folded leaves, 20.5 X 16 cm. Good condition. Some foxing and moisture marks. Folding mark to cover and to all the leaves.
Three brochures: a naye haggadah/a naye haggadah shel Pesach edited by P. Simon, di Philadelfier arbeter ring shulen, Philadelphia, 1947, 1949, 1950.
Including reading-texts and songs for Pesach, in Yiddish with some Hebrew. A few sections are from the Jewish sources, most of them by Hebrew writers or Yiddish writers and poets.
22.5 – 28 cm. Good condition. Stains.
Pesach Haggadah, Ashdot Ya'akov, 1942.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations and a printed cover. Passages from the traditional text and from Jewish sources alongside with songs by Rachel, Bialik, reading-texts about the holocaust and more.
 Title cover, 22 leaves, 26.5 cm. Fair condition. Stains. Tears and creases to edges of leaves. Stained cover, torn edges.
Pesach Haggadah, Ashdot Ya'akov, 1947
Non-traditional Pesach Haggadah, reproduction of artistic manuscript and illustrations. Including parts of the traditional text alongside with Bialik's poems: "Kumu To'ey Midbar" and "Davar", Shlonsky's "Neder" and references to the Holocaust and the Ha'apala.
29 pages, 21 cm. Good condition except for a dark stain on the back cover and on the bottom of all the pages.