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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 677

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Banknote – Ten Palestine Pounds – Anglo-Palestine Bank

Ten Palestine Pounds banknote, Anglo-Palestine Bank. Israel, [1948-1951].
Pick #16a.
Graded PMG 53 NET, About Uncirculated.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 460

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A History of the Old and New Testament – Amsterdam, 1700 – Engravings and Maps

Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament, enrichie de plus de quatre cens figures en taille-douce [History of the Old and New Testament, with more than four hundred illustrations], by Martin David. Amsterdam: Pierre Mortier, 1700. Two parts in one volume.
A History of the Old and New Testament, with 214 engraved plates (on most of them appear two separate images that depict Biblical scenes), five maps (a map of the world and maps of Palestine and its environs – double plates), and two title-page engravings.
The text and the foreword at the beginning of the book were written by David Martin, a French Protestant theologian. Since the book was published by the Dutch cartographer and engraver Pieter Mortier (1661-1711), it is often referred to as "Mortier's Bible."
[20], 282, [8]; [20], 154, 20 pp. + plates, approx. 41 cm. Leather binding. Good condition. Large dampstain on the first leaves of the book and a few stains on the subsequent leaves. A small number of tears. Minor worming. Some pages and plates are bound upside down. The binding is reinforced with paper strips on the inside (along the seam between covers and endpapers). Restored tears in the endpapers. Damaged binding, with restoration.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 657

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Non-traditional Haggadah – Jewish Transportation Unit 468 – Italy, 1945

Passover haggadah. Jewish Transportation Unit 468, Royal Services Corps. Italy, 1945.
Non-traditional haggadah, mimeographed, with illustrations. Printed for the Jewish soldiers serving in Transportation Unit 468 of the British Army in Italy during World War II.
Contains traditional passages, including a special title page: "Masechet Yameinu" (Contemporary Matters), a text written as a play with characters, a chorus, songs and reading passages referring, dramatically and at length, to the Holocaust, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, and immigration to Palestine.
[29] leaves (errors in pagination; without back cover, in other copies as well), 20.5X16 cm. Good condition. Stains. Small tears, some repaired with acid-free tape. Resewn with thread. A sticker bearing an image of JNF’s first stamp, containing the word "Zion" at the center of a Star of David, is affixed to the front cover.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 674

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Banknote – 500 Mils, Anglo-Palestine Bank

500 Mils Banknote, Anglo-Palestine Bank. Israel, [1948-1951].
Pick #14a.
Graded PMG 58 EPQ, Choice About Unc.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 646

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“All These Atrocities” – Poster Published by the Journal Patrie – Pictures from Concentration Camps – Paris, 1945

"De toutes ces atrocités… nous ne devons pas oublier cela" [all those atrocities…we must not forget]. A poster published by Patrie, Journal des Combattants Français. Printed by Georges Dangon, Paris, [ca. 1945]. French and German.
A poster published by the journal Patrie (journal of French fighters) portraying the atrocities of liberated concentration camps in Germany. A caption in French and German in the center of the poster calls not to forget the Nazi crimes. Illustrations of barbed wire fences with names of concentration camps appearing on signs and very disturbing photographs, of bodies and prisoners released from Dachau and Bergen-Belsen. On the bottom of the poster appears a text in French about the camps (dated May 1945).
45.5X62 cm. Good condition. Some stains. Tiny hole to top corner. Small tears at margins. Poster is mounted on paper and linen-backed for display and preservation.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 660

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Non-Traditional Hagadah – Jewish Transportation Unit 405 – Egypt, 1946

Passover Hagadah. Yehida Ivrit LeHovala 405 [Jewish Transportation Unit; probably Water Tank Company 405]. [Egypt], (1946).
Non-traditional Hagadah, with illustrations. Printed for use by Jewish soldiers who served in the Transportation Unit 405 of the British Army in Egypt in World War II and after the war.
The following text appears above "Shfoch Chamatcha": "On this day, the evil of which is unparalleled ever since we were dispersed, this day of unrelenting fears and insecurity for the survivors, a day that is like a long sacrifice, on which man was sold to the Moloch. The delicate souls decay in slavery and chains…".
Water Tank Coy. R.A.S.C. 405 was established in Egypt in 1942. Following the allies' attack in El-Alamein at the end of that year, this company was moved to Libya and stayed there. In 1945 it became a General Transportation Company. During its stay in Egypt, after World War II, the soldiers assisted the Haganah's Mosad LeAliya Bet in Egypt and took part in an operation to smuggle out of Egypt dozens of youth movement members on the eve of Pesach 1946, under cover as soldiers on leave for Pesach ("Operation Pesach 1946").
[1], 9 leaves, (no back cover; in other copies as well), 21X16 cm. Good condition. Stains and some creases, mostly at margins.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 579

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Large Collection of “Bikhlekh” booklets – 19th and 20th Centuries – Yiddish

Large collection of approx. 120 "Bikhlekh" booklets by various authors, including Yehoshua Mezach, Gershon Chaim Levner, Ozer Blostein, Isaac Mayer Dick, Nahum Meir Schaikewitz (Shomer), I. L. Peretz, and many others. Poland, Lithuania, and elsewhere, 19th and 20th centuries. Yiddish, with some English and Russian.
The "Bikhlekh" booklets, an outlet for the distribution of Yiddish essays, literature, humor, and sayings among the Jews of Eastern Europe at that time, were highly popular among the public.
Some of the booklets are bound together. Some of the booklets appear in two copies.
A list of the booklets will be sent upon request.
Approx. 120 items. Size and condition vary. The booklets were not thoroughly examined and are offered for sale AS IS.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Israel Mehlman.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 616

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Collection of Royal Edicts and Trade Franchises – Stockholm, 1745–1821 – The Swedish Colony on the Island of Saint Barthélemy and the Establishment of Trade with the American Continent

Six edicts and trade franchises issued by the kings of Sweden. Stockholm, 1745–1821. Swedish, German, and French.
The royal edicts deal with managing the justice system, the police, and trade in the Swedish colony on the island of St. Barthélemy in the Caribbean Sea, while the franchises deal with establishing trade and a maritime route to the American continent and the states of the Caribbean Islands, the sale of imported products such as tobacco and wine, and trade permits that were given to the West India Company and to private merchants.
A complete list will be sent upon request.
Approx. 21 cm. Number of pages and condition vary. Overall good condition. Notes and signatures at the edges of the first and last leaves of some of them. Wax seal on the last page of one of them.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 630

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Anti-Semitic Poems and Sayings – Itzig Veitel Stern – Amsterdam, 1834

Gedichten, parabelen en sjnoekes, of poëtische paarlensnoer voor de kale, Itzig Veitel Stern. Translated from "Jewish German" by W. S. Amsterdam: H. Moolenijzer, 1834. Dutch and a little Yiddish.
Collection of poems and sayings by Johann Friedrich Siegmund Holzschuher, a German Christian who used the nom de plume Itzig Veiter Stern for some of the anti-Semitic works that he wrote. The book, which presents invented and Jewish folklore for the purpose of mockery, is written in bad Dutch, which is supposed to be an imitation of the way Jews speak Yiddish, and is accompanied by Yiddish titles. The book is also apparently intended for readers from the Dutch Jewish community, which scorned the Ostjuden (Jews from the east), who immigrated to The Netherlands and did not assimilate into their new environment. The book includes four plates of anti-Semitic illustrations.
VI, [2], 153 pp. + [4] plates, 20 cm. Good condition. A few stains. Minor tears at the edges of the leaves. A long tear at the edges of one of the plates (with no damage to the illustration). Leatherbound, with scuff marks and blemishes (mainly on the spine).

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 501

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Collection of Undivided Postcards – Holidays and Customs

25 undivided postcards. Published by P. G. i. F. [Paul Grodel], J. Hofmann/Z. Moch and other publishers. Frankfurt/Paris, Krakow and elsewhere. [Early 20th century].
On most of the postcards appear reproductions of paintings by various artists, including Moritz Oppenheim, Hermann Junker and Hugo Elkan, depicting views from Jewish life: a Jewish wedding, "Pidyon Haben", Havdalah, lighting Hanukkah candles, Kaparot ceremony, Yom Kippur, Tisha BeAv and more. Alongside these postcards appear two postcards with humorous illustrations portraying a Jewish wedding.
Average size: 9X14 cm. Good-fair condition. Creases, stains and minor blemishes. Three postcards were used.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 617

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Eight Royal Edicts and Authorizations – France, 18th Century – The French Colonies Abroad, Trade with the Continent of America, and Other Subjects

Eight edicts and authorizations from the king of France. Paris and Greece (some may be from other locations), second half of the 18th century. French.
These include: An edict from 1767 regarding exports of fish from France to America; an edict from 1793 regarding important and export of goods from the French colonies via American sailing vessels; an edict from 1791 commanding that three civilian commissars be sent to the colony of Santo Domingo, and two civilian commissars to the colonies of Cayenne and French Guiana; two edicts dealing with goods from the districts of Lorraine, Brittany, and Franche-Comté; and more.
Two of the edicts do not appear in OCLC. A detailed list is available upon request.
Size and condition vary. Average size: approx. 25.5 cm. Stains, creases, small holes and minor tears (most of them at the edges and along the spine). Handwritten notes in the margins of some of them. One edict has large open tears in the lower left-hand area, repaired with paper (with no damage to the text).

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 716

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Collection of Share Certificates – United States and Canada – 20th Century

19 share certificates of American and Canadian companies, including Jewish-owned companies and companies that worked for Israel’s economic development. United States and Canada, 20th century. English.
Among the items: Share certificate of Beth Judah Holding Corporation, 1949. A Star of David is printed at the center of the certificate. • Share certificates of American companies and businesses, such as Hebrew National Kosher Foods, Lerner Stores Corporation, Lit Brothers, Gimbel Brothers, and more. • Two share certificates of Rassco Israel in Canada, 1958. • Scrip certificate of Pec Israel Economic Corporation, 1965.
Enclosed are three checks of the Chamberlain of the City of New York to various companies, 1912.
Size and condition vary. Overall good condition.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 518

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“Zel Korati” – Poster Designed By Otte Wallish

Advertising poster – "Zel Korati" company – "The first Palestine saving and building corporation ltd." Linol: Gilboa. Hotza'at Eretz-Israel Ltd. press, Tel Aviv, [second half of the 1930s]. Design: Otte Wallish. Signed in the plate: "MW" [atelier Machner-Wallish], "Wallish". Hebrew and some English.
Photographs of buildings in various cities in Palestine (by Yitzhak Kalter), surmounted by the Hebrew inscription "We have distributed 60,000 Palestinian pounds as building loans… 200 families have acquired homes".
On the bottom right corner appears the logo of the company, in red and white.
92.5X62.5 cm. Good condition. Creases and folding marks. Some minor tears. The entire poster is mounted on thin acid-free paper.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 784

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Large Collection of Pins – Cities and Settlements in Israel

Collection of approx. 260 pins from most of the cities, settlements and sites in Israel. Most of the pins are from the second half of the 20th century. A number of pins are earlier.
The collection includes, among others, pins of Tel-Aviv, Ramat-Gan, Bnei-Brak, Dimona, Ein Yahav, Hanita, Maon Region, Kafar Kama, Rahat, Mazkeret Batia, Ramat Rachel, Sderot, Nazareth, Neot Kedumim, Ovdat, Safed, Faran, Yarka, Yamit, and more. Some of the pins in this collection were given as Bar-Mitzva or Bat-Mitzva gifts or given to workers in the municipality, and some of the pins were created to commemorate the jubilee of a settlement or following the declaration of a settlements as a city.
The collection also includes a number of pins for summer camps or for children's and youth educational enterprises: summer camp "Peal U-Smach", Neve Nofesh, Migdal Or and more.
A number of pins were created prior to the establishment of the state of Israel, among them: "Tel-Aviv, 1909-1925", "Afula, city of Yizrael, 1925" and "Local Council Petach Tikva".
Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 675

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Banknote – One Palestine Pound – Anglo-Palestine Bank

One Palestine Pound banknote, Anglo-Palestine Bank. Israel, [1948-1951].
Pick #15a.
Graded PMG 63 Choice Uncirculated.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 529

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Ze’ev Raban – Collection of Hand-Drawn Sketches – Industrial Art Workshop

Approximately 120 sketches, most of them drawn in pencil and ink, that Ze’ev Raban prepared for items such as commercial logos, certificates, jewelry, and signs. Jerusalem.
Among them: Eleven sketches in watercolor and colored pencil (including symbols of the Twelve Tribes of Israel, the landscapes of Palestine, and a logo for the Freemasons’ Grand Lodge of the State of Israel); many sketches of logos for commercial enterprises and institutions (such as Solel Boneh, the Anglo-Palestine Bank, and the School of Nursing at Beilinson Hospital); sketches of architectural elements and three-dimensional objects; jewelry and decorative objects; billboards; certificates of appreciation; maps; ornaments in geometric and vegetal patterns; and more.
Many of them are stamped: "Ze’ev Raban, Industrial Art Workshop (formerly Gur-Arie and Raban), Bezalel, Jerusalem". Some of them contain notes, comments, and instructions in Raban’s handwriting.
Enclosed: Three leaves in Raban’s handwriting – lists of works (evidently illustrations for a book); eighteen trial color prints (from books that Raban illustrated); seven trial prints for designs of logos.
Size and condition vary. Overall good–fair condition.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 687

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Zionist Shekel – Collection of Receipts and Booklets – “Mauritius Shekel”– 1911-1964

About 90 receipts and receipt booklets for donation of "Zionist Shekel". Half are from Palestine and the others from Germany, Austria, Belgium, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Italy, Egypt, Uruguay, Mauritius, and more, 1911-1964.
The collection includes receipt booklets and single receipts, among them new receipts, for donation of "Zionist Shekel", considered as yearly membership fees in the Zionist Organization and giving the donors the right to vote in the elections to the Zionist Congress. Among them: • Receipt for donation of one Shekel USA (?), 1911. • Certificate awarded to Yehiel Zeitag for donation of a "Gold Shekel". Jerusalem, 1923. Signed by Max Soloveichik. Design: Joesph Budko. • Voucher - "Temporary Shekel" (blank) issued by "Tzeire Zion". Vilnius, 1925. • Receipt for donation of a Shekel. Latvia, 1930. • Four receipts. Poland, 1923-1935. • Six receipts. Belgium, 1935-1947. • Two receipts. Uruguay, 1939-1940. • "Substitute Shekel", Mauritius, 1942. Printed in Mauritius and was used for collection of membership fees among the Mauritius exiles. A declaration appears on the back: "According to a letter from the Zionist Executive in Jerusalem of 11.11.1941, this shekel is recognized and valid and lists of the payers are to be sent to Jerusalem". • Receipt for donation of one Shekel, Italy, 1945. • 50 receipts and copies of receipts for donation of a Shekel and "Herzl Shekel" (for voting for the 25th Zionist Congress, 1960), Palestine and Israel, 1915-1960. Among them receipts for donations of "Jubilee Shekel", 1947. • Receipt for a donation of one Shekel, Canada, 1964. • Four receipt booklets for donations of one Shekel, Germany, 1920s-1933. • Three receipt booklets. Palestine, 1920s-1948. • Receipts booklet - state not mentioned, 1946. • More.
Enclosed: • Entrance ticket to the Executive Board session. Jerusalem, 1952. • Entrance ticket to the 25th Zionist Congress. Jerusalem, 1960. • Receipt for donation of "A tenth of a Shekel per capita" to JNF. • Postcard published by "Phoenix" with a photograph of Herzl watching the city of Basel. • Postcard published by the "National Committee of JNF", on the occasion of "Fifty years to the first Zionist Congress in Basel".
Some of the items appear in multiple copies.
Size and condition vary. Good to fair condition. Numerous cards are torn in the center after being used for voting by the Zionist Congress delegates.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 456

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Collection of Protest Posters against the Israeli Disengagement Plan

Nine protest posters against the disengagement plan. The posters call for refusal to follow IDF orders, to support an active opposition, and protest against Ariel Sharon and the Likud party during the disengagement and afterwards. Israel, ca. 2005.
• "Jewish Eviction Forces". • "Disengagement Ministers, Don't Vote Likud". • "Commander! I can't!" • "Gevalt! / Our Father, Our King, Tear our Wicked Verdict". • "Let the Jews Win!!!" • "Brother, Don't Evict Me! Jews don't Evict Jews". • "Sharon Destroys IDF". • Two orange and black Israeli flags.
Total of 9 items. Size and condition vary. Most items are in fair condition. Creases and tears. Remnants of glue and cardboard to back of posters (the posters were torn off bulletin boards).

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 507

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Collection of “Shanah Tovah” Postcards – United States and Poland

90 "Shanah Tovah" postcards. Published by Williamsburg Art Co., Central, Z. Reznik and more. New York, Chicago, and Warsaw. Most postcards were printed in Germany. [First decades of the 20th century].
65 postcards in this collection were published by Williamsburg Art Co. and 20 postcards were published by Central. Among them are postcards with rhymed greetings in Yiddish, humorous postcards, postcards depicting scenes from Jewish life and views of Palestine, many postcards with figures of angels, postcards portraying transportation means such as hot-air balloons, airplanes and boats, and more.
Some postcards appear in multiple copies.
14X9 cm. Good overall condition. Some stains, blemishes, creases and tears to some of the postcards. Four postcards were used.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 658

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Non-traditional Haggadah – General Transport Coy. R.A.S.C. 179, – Italy, 1946

Passover haggadah, General Transport Coy. R.A.S.C. 179, Caserta-Capua (Italy), Passover 1946.
Non-traditional haggadah with impressive illustrations. Excerpts from the traditional text appear alongside passages for reading and songs. The opening text reads: "This haggadah is offered to the members of our unit and the guests who recline with us, in hope that this Seder – our third on Italian soil – is our last one in a foreign land. Our hope – to return quickly to our homeland and build it as a home for ourselves and the masses of our scattered ones who yearn for it". It ends with "Hatikva."
This haggadah was printed for Palestine Transportation Unit 650, which was stationed in Capua in the Province of Caserta, Italy. Shortly before Passover 1946, Unit 179 was transferred from Treviso (in northern Italy) to Caserta as punishment for its involvement in clandestine immigration activities. The haggadahs that were printed for Unit 650 were adapted for Unit 179 with a sticker made from a strip of paper containing the unit’s identifying information.
31 pages, 14X18 cm. Good condition. Stains. Creases. A note written in pen on the front cover.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 715

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Collection of Share Certificates and Bonds – American Companies and Organizations – “New York Achooza Aleph” Company / Temple “Beth Emeth” of Flatbush and more / Land Ownership Certificate Signed by the Unites States President, Martin Van Buren

17 Share certificates, bonds and other certificates of American companies and organizations, including Jewish-owned companies and companies involved in the economic development in Israel. USA, 1920s-1960s.
Among the items:
• Two bonds -Temple "Beth Emeth" of Flatbush, New York, 1922.
• Certificate issued by "New York Achooza Aleph" company – receipt for land purchase in Ra'anana. New York, 1932. Signed by the company's president and his deputy.
"New York Achooza Aleph" was a Jewish Zionist company founded in New York in 1912. In 1921 the company established Ra'anana.
• Share certificates of Jewish-owned companies, including Gimbel Brothers, Isaac Prouty, Straus Brothers Company, and more.
• Share certificate – "American Eretz Israel Corporation", 1960.
The company was founded in 1944 to promote economic trade between Israel and the United States and to assist in the economic development of Israel.
• Common Stock Purchase Warrant of "America-Israel Phosphate Company, 1961.
• More.
Total of 17 items. Size and condition vary.
Enclosed: Land ownership certificate – the town of Palestine in Illinois (USA) – issued in 1839 and signed by American president Martin Van Buren.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 496

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The First Decade Exhibition – Album of Photographs by Werner Braun – Jerusalem, 1958 – Dedication from the Exhibition Director

Album with 16 photographs by Werner Braun documenting the First Decade exhibition which was held in Binyane HaUma in Jerusalem, 1958.
The First Decade exhibition was held in Binyane HaUma in Jerusalem in May-August 1958, as part of the celebrations of the 10th anniversary of the State of Israel. This exhibition was considered one of the most important events of the year and was visited by about 600,000 people. However, it aroused much criticism, both for its organization and for its content (some claimed it was a propaganda exhibition, resembling exhibitions organized by the Soviet authorities).
The album contains sixteen photographs by Werner Braun, most are titled by hand on the album's leaves, among them: • Panoramic photographs of Binyane HaUma and the exhibition grounds (composed of three photographs). • Photograph of the opening ceremony with the participation of David Ben Gurion, Teddy Kollek and other dignitaries. • Photographs of different stands in the exhibition: Aliyah, health services, education and culture and more. • Panoramic photograph of a performance of the London Festival Ballet. • And more.
The album opens with a dedication signed by the exhibition director Yitzchak Roll "to Yitzchak Levi, a souvenir from great days of work in the First Decade exhibition, Jerusalem 5.6.58-21.8.58" [the recipient may have been Yitzchak Levi (1907-1994), commander in the Haganah and IDF and director of the government Publicity Center].
16 photographs, size varies. Average size: 13X17 cm. Album: 23X31 cm. Good condition. Minor stains. Some photographs are detached. The logo of the exhibition appears on the album's binding. Stains and worming to binding.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 627

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Four Photographs – Sarah and Aaron Aaronsohn – Early 20th Century

Four photographs of the brothers Sarah and Aaron Aaronsohn, founders of Nili (Jewish espionage network). [Cairo, Paris and Hamburg (one photograph from an unknown location), ca. early 20th century].
• Studio photograph of Sarah Aaronsohn, with two Nili members: Joseph Lishansky and Levi Yitzchak Shneersohn. Most probably taken in Cairo, 1917. • Portrait photograph ("carte de visite") of Sarah Aaronsohn, attached to a cardboard plate with photographer's name - Fr. Hasselmeier, Hamburg. • Real-photo postcard of Sarah Aaronsohn.
Two photographs are numbered with a colored pencil on top. On the back of three photographs appear handwritten inscriptions (Hebrew) and on the back of two appear ink-stamps: Grands Magasins Carlmann, Photographe: Mr. Romano; Anglo Russian Studio, Averde des Pyramides – Heliopolis.
Approx. 6X9 cm – 14X9 cm. Good-fair condition. Stains and minor blemishes to margins.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 663

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Non-Traditional Haggadah – ATS and REME Companies – Egypt, 1945

Non-traditional haggadah – ATS companies 504, 505, 511, and 520, and REME companies 529 and 329. Tell El Kebir (Egypt), 1945.
Non-traditional haggadah with illustrations. An alternative version of the Four Questions (Ma Nishtana) appears on pages 10 and 11, with another excerpt that deals with the post-war global balance of power: "We were wise, and did not rejoice over the declarations and promises of the [non-Jewish] nations. As it is said: Trust not those nations even in the grave. We went up to our own land, and we will bring our brethren there with a strong hand and an outstretched arm. For had we rejoiced over the kindness of the [non-Jewish] nations, we and our children and our children’s children would be subjugated to the enemies of Israel for all time". Illustrations of Hitler hanging from a rope appear on page 14.
18 pp, 16.5 x 21.5 cm. Fair–good condition. Colored illustrations on two pages. Stains and creases. Tears (some of them open) repaired with acid-free tape. Leaves of non-uniform size. In some places, leaves are trimmed, with slight damage to text or an illustration. The haggadah is bound in a transparent plastic cover.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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