Two Real-Photo postcards. In one of them is seen a soldier in the Turkish army and in the second is featured a group of women sitting on a bench.
Signed on the reverse side with two different ink stamps "P. Liebrach Photographer Jerusalem".
Good condition, few stains.
Liebrach's name is not mentioned in Eretz Yisrael professional photography literature.
Dozen miniature wine bottles by "Carmel Mizrachi", "Friedman-Tnuva" and "Eliaz" wineries. Eretz Yisrael, after 1948.
Wines: Keter Zahav, Cheri Stock, Cheri Brandy liquor, Bar Mitzvah wine, white Vermuth and more.
9.5 cm to 13 cm. Good condition.
4 cast metal brooches designed by Wolpert, all signed Wolpert, based on the letters of the words: "שהחיינו", "בונייך", "חיי עולם", the letter "ס".
Very good condition.
6 leaves, letters by brothers and widow Rom printing press. Vilna, 1932-1933.
Handwritten letters. First leaf on stationery of "shares holding company, publishing house and printing press Rom, Vilna". Russian.
Average size 28 cm. Good condition. Stains and tears.
1. Sdan – Issues for Expression. Jerusalem, 1925.
Sadna Di'ara – [Collection for Expression]. Tel Aviv, 1925.
Sdan – Monthly for Expression. Tel Aviv, 1925.
The three booklets were edited by Uri Tzvi Greenberg.
25 cm. Poor condition. Stains, tears, missing cover, detached pages.
1. Metal badge (for hat), Palestine Police. In the center are the initials PP with a crown on the upper part. 4.5 X 2.5 cm. Fair condition.
2. Badge (for hanging on shirt pocket), military rabbi in the British Army service. In the center a Maggen David, branches on the sides and a crown on the upper part. 5 X 4.5 cm. Very good condition.
Tealit – Chodesh-Shrift Far Teater Un Literatur [monthly for theater and literature]. New York, 1923.
First year, first issue.
Includes many articles and a variety of advertisements, including for stage play “Shabtai Zvi” and Huberman at Carnegie Hall. Yiddish, advertisements in English.
The name of the cover designer and illustrator is not mentioned.
48 pages, 28 cm. Body of the booklet is in good condition. The cover is almost completely detached, with corners missing.
Two posters of the general Zionist Histadrut, 1935, 1949.
The posters appeal to party members to "weigh the shekel" and participate in Congress elections.
28 cm, 14 cm. Very good condition.
Pesach 1927, theatrical booklet published by the theatrical office of S. Kahana.
Jerusalem, 1927. Includes two articles, many publications, coverage of the choice of theatrical performances and exhibitions presented during Pesach. The cover has a linoleum cut by painter and stage manager of the Eretz Israel Opera, S.M. Melnik. On the back cover is an advertisement for his work.
 pages, 25 cm.
Fair condition. One of the clips is missing, pages are loose. Creased and stained.
The Poems, Harold Schimmel. "Gat Dat" Publishing, Motza, 1968.
Booklet of first poems in Hebrew by Harold Schimmel – poet, translator and teacher of literature.
 leaves, 28 cm. fair condition, last leaves detached and torn.
The State's president and the I.D.F commanders a week after the Six Day war, 1967.
In the center of the group photograph are seen David Elazar, Ezer Weizman, Rechavam Zeevi, Yitzchak Rabin, Arik Sharon, Rabbi Goren, Chaim Bar Lev, Uzi Narkiss; on the lower part of the photograph are seen the eight lieutenant generals who served as chiefs of general staff from the establishment of the state until the Six Day War.
50 X 70 cm. Fair condition. Creases and moisture marks to edges.
Real Photo Postcard, ink-stamped by Photo Alenby, with handwritten inscription "At the IDF swearing-in ceremony, 28.6.48". Picture shows tens of youth in khaki, men and women in lineup on a roof.
Tchelet Lavan – Bundesblätter number 2. Prague, March 1933.
Paper of Tchelet Lavan movement. Including an article titles "Religion and Marxism" and other articles. German.
25 pages, 21.5 X 17 cm. Good condition. Red paper cover.
Party campaign postcards from France against "the Jew Blum" and against socialism, 1930s.
On one side appears the portrait of the 23rd president of the United States, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the date March 4 1933 (in English). On the reverse side the word "Mazal" within a Maggen David, encircled by the words "Health, Wealth, Prosperity".
Diameter: 3 cm. Good condition. Stain and a few scratches.
Wall candelabra, hammered brass. Signed: "Bezalel, Yerushalem", early 20th century.
Back plate of the candelabra is decorated with grapevines and plants, above this decoration are the Tablets of the Law with the Ten Commandments and a Maggen David and a five-arms menorah.
Rectangular prominent base with four arms, decorated with the Tomb of Rachel.
Height: 62 cm, maximal width: 35 cm, depth: 9 cm. Good condition.
Arthur Szyk, original miniature painting of the series Arabian Nights. Gouash on cardboard, the1940's.
"Arabian Nights" painting were made by Szyk in the nineteen forties when he was committed to The Limited Editions Club to paint 100 paintings of this series, but painted only 60 until his death in 1951.
The painting was published in the second volume of Arabian Nights Entertainments, Ipswich, England, The Limited Editions Club, 1954.
14.3 X 10.7 cm, on cardboard board 22.9 X 18.5 cm, in a fine frame 25 X 20.5 cm. Very good condition. Date and signature by artist on right corner, faded signature, recognizable.
186 "official" postcards of the Hungarian army – compulsory labor service and 5 letters. Sent to Erno Erlich in a labor camp, from his original place of residence in the city of Kassa, during the years 1941-1944. Erlich was, probably, a prisoner engaged in compulsory labor for the Hungarians.
Most postcards were sent by his family and some were sent by friends and acquaintances. It seems that it was a big religious family. In some of the letters elections in the Jewish community are mentioned.
Erlich's family writes that other people were sent to similar camps but sometimes have time off the camp. Memorial day for the community rabbi, Purim 1942 and other occasions are also mentioned.
All postcards were poststamped in Kassa and were probably handed to an official office there, that forwarded the postcards to prisoners in the camps.
Slogans are printed on part of the postcards such as "War should rather be in Ukraine than on Hungarian land" and others were stamped by the censor.
The Jewish Renaissance – weekly publication from the Jewish Federation in Greece. Salonika, 1927-1931.
25 non-consecutive issues. The first is from April 29th 1927 and the last is from October 16th 1931.
The weekly "The Jewish Renaissance" was published in Greece during 1917-1937. At the beginning, it was edited by Yosef ben Pinchas Uziel, and later by Yitzchak Angil. Publicized in three different series; the early series had the sub-title "Manifest of a Group of Jewish Youth" and "Zionist Journal". The issues we have are from the third series ("Seria 3").
The weekly journals contain information about the national movement: articles, essays, Jewish history, politics and more, alongside with literary material and advertisements.
The entire weekly is written in Ladino, and sub-titles appear in Ladino, French and Greek.
4 pages in each issue, 52.5 cm. Good condition. Stains, torn edges, folded in half.