Handsome writing with decorations of crowns. The first half of the 20th century. Given in a wooden housing. 19 lines per column. Height of the parchment: 21cm, the housing: 43cm. Defect to the housing. Generally good condition. Item is on sale from a private collection,
Simple wooden frame, inside which are 12 postcards with portraits of Jewish sages: The Shach, Rambam, Rash, Maran HaBeit Yosef, Magah, Rabbeinu Tam, Ramban, Taz, the Ba’al HaTurim, Rashi, Reef, and the Rama. Each is 14x9cm approximately. Under each postcard is the name of the person in Hebrew and English, the date of birth and date, and the signature of the artist Meir Kunstadt. Frame is 44x38cm, good condition, stains.
On the cover is the image of William Shakespeare, and around the can are scenes from the anti-Semitic play, the Merchant of Venice. Size: 17x25cm. Knocks and defects. Ok to good condition. The play is among the most famous of Shakespeare’s works. On the one hand, it is abouta tortured man, estranged and ostracized from the community in which lives, but on the other it is the anti-Semitic stereotype of a Jew who loans with interest, is cruel and vengeful, as has been portrayed throughout history. It is performed again and again on stage and in film, and has become a byword.
14cm, translated into English, printed by the Book Publishing Committee of the Rescue Committee, by Rav Naftali Baruch and Rav Aviezer Burstein, who led the Rescue Committee for Survivors.
13 pages in the book are decorated with handsome colorful decorations, the chapters of psalms are printed in Hebrew on the right-hand side, with the translation into English on the left, and the verses are numbers.
Original binding with light defect, generally very good condition.
By the Survivor Rescue Committee, 17.5cm, printed by the publishing arm of the Rescue Committee in 1947, by Rav Naftali Baruch and Rav Aviezer Burstein. Colorful cover with lithographic printing. Binding is stamped “to the IDF, by the Rescue Committee in Germany.”
One issue is slightly disconnected from the staples, folds in some of the pages, generally good condition.
At the top is written “Eliyahu bar Moshi Kristani,” and in the center are decorations of plants and flowers. On the back is an embroidered Star of David, and letters in the local language. Size: 22x30cm. Good condition (the item was brought to sale from a private collection).
Case for a velvet mezuzah, at the top is written Shaddai, and the woman’s name “Pricha Sivani” in the center. Background of plants and flowers. Size: 20x26cm, good condition. The item was brought to sale from a private collection.
Made in 3 parts, the container and the spout, the cover, and the sink. In the center is a hand-done illustration of a crown and the Kohanic hands. Plants and floral decorations. Size of the container: 38cm height, width: 32cm. Depth: 17cm. The sink height: 9cm, width: 39cm, depth: 20cm. Generally good condition, with some defects.
It was used in the synagogue in Germany, decorated with engraving work, written in Gothic lettering: “You will blow in the month of the shofar for the day of our holiday” (Psalms 81:4). The Gothic lettering used on the shofar was in use in Western Europe from the middle of the 12th century until the middle of the 20th. The name “Gothic” is given to the font in Italy from the Renaissance period, extremely rare. Length: 44cm. Light defects. Generally good condition. The item was brought to sale from a private collection.
Created by Tepper in London, with illustrations from the Haggadah and the writing “Matzah” in the middle. Stamped. Small chip on the reverse. Diameter: 25cm. Generally good condition. Item was brought to sale from a private collection.
Green ceramic plate for pesach, in the upper portion is Joint engraved, as well as writing from a religious survivor of the Shoah “from slavery to freedom in this year in Jerusalem” and engravings of slavery in Egypt. Stamped on the reverse “creation of a survivor from Germany.” These plates were created by the Joint Committee, to be given out in DP camps in Germany. Diameter: 25cm. Defects, generally good condition. The item was brought to sale from a private collection.
Metal plate that was later repurposed as a tzedakah plate with the engraving “tzedakah” and the Kotel, signature of the artist on the back of the plate. Diameter: 24cm, depth: 4cm. Light knocks. Generally good condition.
In the shape of a hammer, the handle has the writing “On each of your sacrifices you shall salt the sacrifice.” Length: 15.5cm, width: 8.5cm. Weight: 103g. Stamped 925, Bir creation, Jerusalem. Good condition.