Jismach Mojsche - Melody and Musical Notes by Nachum Sternheim. [Poland, 1917?].
Title-page with photo of the author, song with three verses and musical notes. Above the title, handwritten inscription: "I received this from Nachum Sternheim in Lvov 1917-1918".
 pages, 15 cm. Fair condition. Stains, creases, folding marks, writing in pen and pencil.
Postcard commemorating Nathan Birenbaum, 1864-1914.
Drawn portrait with dates of birth and passing, and a quote of one of his sayings underneath, in three languages. Va'ad Hayovel publishing, Liblin.
Fair condition. Creased and stained, stamps have been removed, penciled inscriptions on either side.
Entrance card to the opening session of the Constituent Assembly on Tu BeShvat, 14.2.1949.
8 X 11 cm. Good condition.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, established 1919. Managers: meir Grossman and Ya'akov Landau. [London, the 1920's].
Booklet about the Jewish Telegraphic Agency in London and its bulletin. Quotations of well-known people and their opinion about the bulletin.
16 pages, 21 cm. Fair condition. Foxing stains. Rough tear to upper edge of cover and leaves.
Postcard in Honor of Jabotinsky's 61th Birthday with the Hebrew inscription "If I forget thee, Jerusalem, let my left hand wither". Published by Keren Beitar in Israel, 1949.
Very good condition.
6 various receipts for donations to JNF, and a Zionist shekel of "Zeiri Zion" in Germany.
Sizes vary, good condition. Two receipts with filing holes.
Donation card "Help for Austrian Prisoners" equal to 500 mil, from Israel.
"The sums collected by the association… shall be designated for the transportation of children from Austria to Israel… and helping Austrian immigrants".
12x16 cm. Good condition.
Prayer for Israel Defence Forces and the people of Israel while taking the Torah out of the ark. At the end of the prayer, in bold letters: "Let the spirit of G-d rest on David Ben Gurion….".
35 cm. Fair condition. Stains, slight tears and folding marks.
1. " Devar Ha-Yamin Ha-Eyle" issue. Tel Aviv, Friday, 30.8.29. In charge and publisher: Avraham Aharoni.
2"Devar Ha-Yamim" issue. Tel Aviv, Sunday, 1.9.29. In charge: Meir Bilik.
Detialed lists of victims in Hebron, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and the Moshavot with description of events in each region.
8 pages in each issue, 37.5 cm. Fair-poor condition. Detaches leaves, Many tears to edges, stains and slight moth damages.
Kinat Makatilna that kadmat alaleman [lamentation for the murdered under the German regime]. All rights reserved to Gaston Gues, Mohel. Tunisia. Printing permit of July 1946.
Poem written in Arabic in Hebrew letters, with latin letters transcription, verse by verse.
8 pages, 22.5 cm. Good condition. Few slight tears.
Group photograph, "baim boyen kinderhaym" [with the builders of children's home], October 21 1926.
Attached to cardboard. On back side a photographer of Horodenka ink stamp, eastern Galicia and a handwritten description – establishment of a Jewish neighborhood in the city of Horodenka.
23 X 17 cm, on cardboard 24 X 18.5 cm. Good condition. Few stains. Ownership ink stamps and handwritten description on reverse side.
Six mezuzas of copper and silver, first half of the 20th century.
Some of the mezuzas bear manufacturer and silver marks, most of them in Eretz Yisrael style, some of them with parchment.
Varying size and condition.
Pesach Haggadah, Beit Cherut, 1957.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations (printed cover). Many traditional passages alongside with some reading-texts and non-traditional songs.
 Title cover, 16 leaves, 22 cm. Good condition. Tears to edges of cover.
Does not appear in Natan Steiner's "Kibbutz Haggadot" catalogue.
Ecclesiastes. Berlin, New Year 1938.
Book of Kohelet in Hebrew and German, page facing page, with illustrations by the artist E.M. Lilien. Part of the verses in German were printed in red ink.
One of the last Hebrew books printed in Germany under Nazi regime.
63,  page, 15.5 cm. Good condition. Two moth-holes to cover and a few leaves. Stains, creases to cover.
Prayer in honor of High Commissioner who recovered. Jerusalem, 1922.
Prayer in honor of High Commissioner of Palestine who was sick. Composed by Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha-Cohen Kook and announced to be read on Saturday in all of the synagogues by the cantor and the public.
 pages face to face, vowelized text. 32 X 22.5 cm. Poor condition. Stains and creases, nonprofessionally restored tears with paper tape, with some omissions.
6 prayer-booklets for the Day of Independence and for its victims. Published by the Ministry of Religions, Jerusalem, early 1950's.
"Prayers for Memorial Day, for the heroes of the War of Independence, on Day of Independence eve.", "Prayers for Day of Independence", by chief rabbis Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac Halevy Herzog and Rabbi Ben Zion Meir Chai Uziel.
7-16 pages per booklet, 16 cm. Good condition. Stains to edges.
[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, Kefar Ha-Choresh, 1950.
Non-traditional stenciled haggadah, with illustrations. A few traditional passages with changes, alongside with many spring season passages and reference to the War of Independence victims.
20 leaves, 20.5 X 15 cm. Good condition. Foxing-stains.
Berichte des herrn Dr. Italiener aus dem felde, October and December 1914. Printed in Darmstadt, Germany.
Printed document including two reports by (Rabbi?) Dr. Italiener to the Jewish community of Darmstadt.
In his report, Dr. Italiener relates to the situation of Jewish soldiers in field hospitals, traveling in his private car to take care of their welfare despite not being a soldier. German.
4 pages, 29 cm. Good condition. Fold marks, stains.
"Ha-Tashad Shnat Hakamat Tsava Ivri" ("1944 year of establishment of Jewish Army"). Shana Tova greeting card, 1943.
Illustrated with soldiers flying flag of Israel, airplanes and portrait of Ze'ev Jabotinsky.
Verso has no division for use as postcard.
2 filing holes.
Photograph of a "melamed" teaching children in a cheder the Alpha-Beth. [Eretz Yisrael 1930's].
21.5 X 16 cm. Good condition. Detached from cardboard to which it was attached.
Postcard with song for Chanuka in German, with the musical notes.
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.
Letters by the prisoner in Devils Island, handed to print by Avraham Shalom Friedberg. Warsaw, 1898.
"All the letters, written by Captain Alfred Dreyfus in his own handwriting to his wife from the site of his prison, as well as all the letters he sent to her from his exile in Devils Island for four years until the last days".
The book was printed during the period in which Dreyfus was in prison on Devils Island. Name of translator from French into Hebrew is unknown.
112 pages, 20.5 cm. Fair-good condition. Stains. Pencil inscriptions, library-ink stamps. Tears to edges of binding.