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Auction No. 15 - 04.09.2017

 

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LOT: 375

Yalkut Reuveni/Shichachat Leket. The Copy of the Great Grandson of the Alter Rebbe – Rabbi Shneur Zvi Schneersohn. Warsaw, 1884

Yalkut Reuveni, which is a work of compilation of Midrashim, mainly from various books of Kabbalah, which was written by Avraham Reuven HaCohen Sofer, a Kabbalist who was one of the sages of Prague in the 17th century. Sichachat Leket, a Kabbalistic compilation by Rabbi Natan son of Yitzchak Yaakov Bon, the head darshan of Frankfurt and Av Beit Din of Hamelburg. | Rabbi Shnuer Zvi Hirsch Schneersohn, son of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak, grandson of Rabb Baruch Shmuel, great grandson of Rabbi Chaim Avraham, the son of the Alter Rebbe. A Chabad chassid from the period of the Moharash who left Russia and settled in Hadera. Upon his immigration to Israel he received a letter of congratulation from the Rebbe Rashab who blessed him for settling the land. | Ownership stamps. Red semi-leather binding. Title page is detached. Moth signs. | 180; 92; 20 leaves. | Overall condition: Good-very good.
Starting at $300
LOT: 376

Sefer Likkutei Amarim, the Tanya, for the 80th birthday of the Rebbe, numbered copy.

Total copies 461, this one is #206. Elegant velvet cover. 1981. Generally very good condition.
Starting at $120
LOT: 377

HaYom Yom Calendar – Lubavitch. First Edition. New York, 1943

HaYom Yom – Or Zarua Calendar for Chabad Chassidim, in pocket format, which was edited by the Rebbe. The calendar was divided into the days of the year, with the daily portion of study for that day appearing in each day, as well as a Chassidic saying from the teachings of the Rebbe Rayatz. | On 20 Kislev 5703 [1943], the Rebbe Rayatz turned to his son-in-law, the Rebbe, and asked him “To arrange a calendar beginning on 19 Kislev until the following 19 Kislev”. In letters from that period the Rebbe apologizes for the delay in his replies due to his “great preoccupation with the arrangement of the calendar for Chabad Chassidim which is currently being published”. The booklet was published before 11 Nissan. The calendar, which is built in the form of a calendar, begins on 19 Kislev – the new year for Chassidut. The calendar begins with an introduction from the Rebbe, followed by an excerpt from the Rayatz’s letters about redemption. | Soft binding. | [10], 118 pages. 14 cm. | Overall condition: Very good.
Item sold at $450 Starting at $250
LOT: 378

An Oz Shel Torah Letter Against the Agudah, the Rebbe Rayatz, 1922? Bound Together with Books of Chassidut

A letter Oz Shel Torah against the Agudah, by the Rebbe Rayatz Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch. No year or place of printing appears in the booklet, in the Vinograd-Rosenfeld CD-ROM it is written that it was printed in Poland, 1922, and in the CD-ROM of the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book is written that it was printed in Munkacs? circa 1930. The booklet contains “An open letter to the “Moatzei HaTorah” in the country of Poland…and especially to… the Rebbe… of Gur and to… the Rebbe…of Radzin…” and another short letter. Against the “Moetzet Gedolei HaTorah” of Agudat Yisrael in Poland, against the “Yesodei HaTorah” educational chain and against “Keren Eretz Yisrael” whose purpose was to settle religious Jews in Israel. 16 pages, 21 cm. Stains and wear. Good overall condition. Bound together with the additional books: 1. Commentary on the 13 middot sh’Hatorah nidresheshet bahem by Rabbi Sa’adya Gaon, with comments and corrections and source references by Rabbi Chaim Yehuda Ehrenreich, Klausenburg, 1922. 2. Pirkei Avot with the commentary Zeroa Yamin by the Chida, and the prayer of Eliyahu HaNavi and a techina recited in the Land of Israel, Satmar, Romania, 1937. 3. Sefer Teshuvot Beit Hillel, part one, tractate Halachot Ketanot by Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein, Satmar, 1908 (title page and first 2 leaves are detached, last 2 leaves are missing). 4. The book Pri Chemed on Borchi Nafshi and the 15 Shir HaMa’a lot with the commentary Shoshanei Chemed by Rabbi Moshe David Friedman, Seini, S. Varhal, Romania. 1933. 5. Sefer Charash Even on the Torah (Booklet Mesaper Charash V’Choshev) by Rabbi Moshe Taub, Margahita, Romania, 1932. 6-7. The Torani monthly journal ‘HaMa’ayan’, articles about halacha and Aggadah from the teachings of the Chatam Sofer published by the Union of the Students of the Pressburg Yeshiva. Year three, booklet one, as well as year 3, booklet 2. In the printing press of Lipman HaCohen Katzburg, Tirnoi (Slovakia). Inside the books are ownership stamps “Mordechai Yehuda Shlomo Zalman Av Beit Din of Arad” “Chaim Aryeh Kahana Timisoara.” All the books are bound together in a slightly blemished binding without the spine, moth holes on the binding and the first leaves. Stains and wear. Good overall condition.
Item sold at $240 Starting at $180
LOT: 379

Lot of coins, bills and pictures of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

1. 8 bags containing coins for blessing and success by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, at various events, 2. A dollar bill in a lementate case with the caption "A dollar for blessing from the grave of the Rebbe to the residents of Kiryat Gat for physical and spiritual success ..." 3. Three pictures of the Rebbe on various occasions, in black and white and in color. Good condition
Item sold at $220 Starting at $100
LOT: 380

Lot 2 Medals The Rebbe and 6 bags of Chanukah gift.

1. Large bronze medal on the front side - the Rebbe's picture and inscription "RABBI MENACHEM M.SCHNEERSON", on the reverse side - the Rebbe's house (770). Part of the Earth. Map and Sefer Torah. On the upper part of the inscription is the inscription "To the World Standard" USA 1994. Diameter: 71 mm, placed inside an original velvet case. Scratches. Good condition. 2. Nickel Medal "Welcome King Messiah" Medal Diameter: 40 mm This coin was distributed to the participants of the Chabad Conference in the United States in the 1990s, in a matching velvet case. 3. A collection of 6 packages of Chanukah gifts from Chabad youth distributed at the Rebbe's command.
Item sold at $260 Starting at $100
LOT: 381

Two $1 bills from the Chabad Rebbe.

Given by the Rebbe on different dates, very good condition.
Item sold at $550 Starting at $200
LOT: 382

Three $1 bills from the Chabad Rebbe.

Given by the Rebbe on different dates, very good condition.
Item sold at $770 Starting at $770
LOT: 383

A $ 5 bill from the Lubavitcher Rebbe

$ 5, which was received from the Admor Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of Lubavitch on the night of Hoshana Rabbah. "Hoshana Rabbah, Tishrei 5751, from the Rebbe Shlit" a after the conversation.   A $ 5 note is rare because most of the bills distributed are $ 1. Time stains. Folding marks. General: Very good.
Item sold at $750 Starting at $300
LOT: 384

Shana Tova letter from the Chabad Rebbe.

From 1964, generally very good condition.
Item sold at $600 Starting at $300
LOT: 385

Shana Tova letter from the Chabad Rebbe.

From 1953, generally very good condition.
Item sold at $700 Starting at $300
LOT: 386

Letters by the Lubavitcher Rebbe - To his Cousin, the Poet Zelda

A Rosh Hashana letter from the Rebbe from 1962 to his cousin Rebbetzin Zelda, who writes on official documents. "My cousin, Mrs. Zelda." Folding marks. Very good condition.
Item sold at $800 Starting at $300
LOT: 387

Shana Tova letter from the Rebbe to Chief Rabbi Yitzchak Nissim zt "l 1966

Shana Tova Letter from the Rebbe to the Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Yitzchak Nissim, 1966. At the end, the Rebbe adds a few lines about the visit of Rabbi Yitzchak Nissim zt "l in Turkey. Folding marks. Very good condition.
Item sold at $950 Starting at $400
LOT: 388

A letter of greeting from the Rebbe to the bride and groom

A letter of greeting to the wedding. From the Rebbe of 1980, with additions in his handwriting, on official envelope, folding marks and stains, good condition.
Item sold at $1500 Starting at $300
LOT: 389

Letter from Rabbi Bracha on the birth of a daughter - 1956.

A letter from the Rebbe of Lubavitch to Rabbi Moshe Cohen, a close friend of Rabbi Kadouri, at the beginning of the letter, congratulating the daughter of his daughter, "for his announcement that a daughter of Mazal Tov was born. May it be Gd's will to raise up together with his wife, The Rebbe concludes, "It is known from the Admor (Maharashav) that our custom is to say the birth of a daughter to the Torah and the Chuppah and good deeds ..." and the signature of his holy hand. Folding marks Good fair condition.
Item sold at $425 Starting at $300
LOT: 390

A very rare letter by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of Lubavitch. 1951

A very rare letter from the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Which was written during the twilight period between the death of his father-in-law, the Rietz [10], and his official coronation as the Rebbe [the first anniversary of the death of his father-in-law]. The letter was printed on a sheet of paper, not on official stationery (which apparently did not exist yet). The letter is typed on a typewriter, and its last lines and signature are printed in a different manner, and were probably written by the Rebbe himself. Another unique feature of this letter is the signature of the Rebbe on his behalf and his mother's name.   24 x 17 cm Folding marks, tiny holes. General condition: Very good.
Item sold at $425 Starting at $100
LOT: 391

Shana Tova Letter by Rabbi Yosef Yitzchok Schneerson, Rebbe of Chabad 1948

Shana Tova Letter to Torat Emet Yeshiva in Jerusalem, signed by the Rebbe of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson. "For the influential rabbis and the students who will live on them, for Gd will strengthen their minds and hearts to study Torah and work and to behave in the ways of Hasidism." Folding marks. great condition.
Item sold at $800 Starting at $500
LOT: 392

A Shana Tova letter in the handwriting of Rebbetzin Nehama Dina Schneerson, wife of the Admor Yosef Yitzchok Shaysurson

Shana Tova letter. On official document paper. About five lines in the handwriting and signature of Rebbetzin Nechama Dina Schneerson, wife of the Admor Yosef Yitzchok Shiyorson of Lubavitch.   21.5X28 cm. Folding marks. General condition is excellent.
Item sold at $550 Starting at $500
LOT: 393

Lot 4 letters from the secretary of the Rebbe Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson of Lubovitz, 1945

4 letters from the secretary of the Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson Milobavitch, from the secretary Rabbi Nissan Mindel, 1945. 3 postcards of the "Center for Education" written in handwriting, and one printed letter on official documents of the Center for Education. Letters signed by the Rebbe's secretary are rare. Various sizes and conditions, general good condition.
Item sold at $500 Starting at $100
LOT: 394

Manuscript An article from the words of the Admor Tzemach Tzedek, unknown and not printed.

Manuscript The article "mi mana afar yakov" by the Admor Tzemach Tzedek from Ein Teviata of the ideas presented in this manuscript was printed in his book Or Torah on Parashat Balak and other places there. Apparently written by a student of the Tzemach Tzedek who heard from him, a total of 9 pages. 21 x 16 cm, new cover, moisture stains, damaged pages on bottom without damage to text. Good condition.
Starting at $500
LOT: 395

The Booklet Etz Chaim, Manuscript, Chabad. Morocco, circa 1952

A manuscript of the transcription of the Etz Chaim booklet, by the Rebbe Rashab of Lubavitch. Written in pleasant and neat oriental handwriting on squared notebook leaves bound with a hard cardboard binding. At the top of the manuscript, introductions from the Rebbes the Rayatz and Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch, and at the end additions: Introduction of Rabbi Chaim Vital and letters. | A short time before his death the Rebbe Rayatz said “There is a place to be fenced in. Go to the Jews of Morocco who need teachers, and disseminate Torah among them. There is no difference between Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews. We are all the children of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov, and we have one God in the Heavens and one Torah on earth”. This was the catalyst for the beginning of dissemination of Torah in the countries of North Africa. | Ownership stamp on the last page. | 156 leaves. 17 cm. | Overall condition: Very good.
Starting at $400
LOT: 396

A Manuscript of Teachings of Chabad. Morocco, circa 1952

Manuscript – articles of the Rebbe Rayatz of Lubavitch. Written in pleasant and neat oriental handwriting on squared notebook leaves bound with hard cardboard. The manuscript contains: Booklets of articles about Purim, between the years 1948-1952. Booklets about the festival of Pesach, 1950-1951. Lag B’Omer Booklet, 1950. The booklet Bati L’Gani, with the last article of the Rebbe Rayatz and the article HaYoshevet BaGanim. [In 1950, 10 Shevat fell on Shabbat. In honor of this day, the booklet before us Kuntress 10-13 Shevat was published, with a Chassidic article on the verse ‘I came to my garden my sister, my bride’ and continues with the article ‘HaYosehevet BaGanim’. The Rebbe Rayatz died on this Shabbat, and it became clear that he wrote the article ‘Bati L’Gani’ for the day of his death]. Some of the articles have an introduction from the Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch. Each booklet has a separate title page. | A short time before his death the Rebbe Rayatz said “There is a place to be fenced in. Go to the Jews of Morocco who need teachers, and disseminate Torah among them. There is no difference between Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews. We are all the children of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov, and we have one God in the Heavens and one Torah on earth”. This was the catalyst for the beginning of dissemination of Torah in the countries of North Africa. | Binding is partially detached. Tiny moth holes. Ownership stamp on the last page. | 252 leaves. 17 cm. | Overall condition: Very good.
Starting at $400
LOT: 397

An original photo album of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

An original photo album of the Rebbe from different times and events. From the archives of the photographer Levi Yitzhak Friedin. Some are in black and white. The pictures are numbered and the picture in the album is detailed. Total of 78 pictures, very good condition.
Item sold at $770 Starting at $770
LOT: 398

OIL ON CANVAS, “THE CHABAD REBBE,”

Oil painting, artist unknown, Defects. Size: 46X62cm,
Starting at $100
LOT: 399

Lot 2 items - oil painting on canvas and dedication - Rabbi Makhluf Abuchatzeira zt "l

1. Oil painting on canvas. Portrait of Rabbi Makhluf Abuchatzeira zt "l. Unknown artist. 58X48 cm in a matching frame, good condition. 2. Sefer Ruach Ya'akov with ownership signature of Rabbi Makhluf Abuchatzeira zt "l. Rabbi Machluf Avihatzeira - Rav and Av Beit Din of Tafilalet, Marrakesh. Immigrated to Israel to the city of Dimona, died in 1980 and was buried in Jerusalem.
Item sold at $130 Starting at $100