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Auction no' 22 - 20.02.2019

Auction no. 22

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LOT: 201

Long, historic letter handwritten and signed by the Ra’avad of Bnei Brak, Rav Shlomo Korach. On “Klalat” Yemen.

4 pages, from 28th of Tammuz, 1985. On the traditions of the Jews of Yemen, including not naming their children Ezra after the Scribe’s curse against them, and more. Amazing letter! The pages are on official letterhead. Generally good condition. Rav Korach (1936-2019) was a sage of Yemen and author of Arichat HaShulchan, Sfat Melech, Tshuva KeHalacha, and more. Chief Rabbi and Av Beit Din of Bnei Brak.
Item sold at $300 Starting at $300
LOT: 202

Likkutei Amarim Tanya. From the holy hands of the Rebbe.

Printed to celebrate the Rebbe’s 80th birthday, given by the Rebbe himself. Page before the cover has note from the receiver “I received this from the Admor Shlita 11th of Nissan, 1982.” Very good condition.
Item sold at $1600 Starting at $300
LOT: 203

Letter of blessing for the birth of a son, signed by the Rebbe.

Framed. From 11th of Tishrei, 1989. Very good condition.
Item sold at $1800 Starting at $350
LOT: 204

$1 bill given by the holy hands of the Rebbe.

From 13th of Tishrei 1980. Very good condition.
Item sold at $325 Starting at $100
LOT: 205

$1 bill given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

From Purim 1974. Very good condition.
Item sold at $400 Starting at $100
LOT: 206

$1 bill and printed letter given by the holy hands of the Rebbe.

From 5th of Nissan, 1991. On the dollar, the receiver wrote the date. Very good condition.
Item sold at $400 Starting at $120
LOT: 207

$1 bill given by the holy hands of the Rebbe.

Chanukkah 1975. Very good condition.
Item sold at $325 Starting at $100
LOT: 208

Lot, 2 $1 bills given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

Sequential serial numbers. From 10th of Shvat, 1975. Very good condition.
Item sold at $550 Starting at $200
LOT: 209

Lot, 2 $1 bills given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

Sequential serial numbers. From Channukah, 1976. Very good condition.
Item sold at $550 Starting at $200
LOT: 210

Lot, 3 $1 bills given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

Sequential serial numbers. From Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 1976. Very good condition.
Item sold at $750 Starting at $300
LOT: 211

Lot, 3 $1 bills given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

Sequential serial numbers. From 30th of Shvat (Rosh Chodesh Adar), 1980. Very good condition.
Item sold at $800 Starting at $300
LOT: 212

Lot, 4 $1 bills given by the holy hands of the Rebbe

2 of them are sequential serial numbers. Good condition.
Item sold at $1100 Starting at $500
LOT: 213

$5 bill from the Rebbe.

Inscription in pen on the bill “Dollar of Blessing from the Rebbe.” Signs of folding, generally good condition
Item sold at $800 Starting at $300
LOT: 214

Lot of 24 $1 bills from the holy hands of the Rebbe. Some with sequential serial numbers.

Some of them have inscriptions from the receiver with his name and the dates. Very good condition.
Item sold at $5500 Starting at $1800
LOT: 215

. Lot of 60 $1 bills from the holy hands of the Rebbe.

Various periods, on some of them the receiver wrote when he received them. Very good condition.
Item sold at $13000 Starting at $3000
LOT: 216

From Darkness to Great Light.” Number lithograph printing.

Print of oil on canvas, copy 26/100 including a Giclee Certificate of Authenticity. Signed M. Mandel. Length: 60cm. Width: 80cm. Good condition
Starting at $120
LOT: 217

Leopold Gottlieb (1879-1934), oil on canvas. Portrait of a woman. Signed and framed.

58.5x34cm. Gottlieb was born into a traditional Jewish family in the town of Drohobych, Galciia. He was born around 5 years after his brother, Maurycy Gottlieb, another painter, died. His parents encouraged him to study art. He studied in Krakow between 1896-1902, and in 1903 he moved to Munich to continue studying. He was influenced by Impressionism, and moved to Paris to study it. He connected to a group of Jewish painters who lived there, “the Paris School,” among them Modigliani. In 1905 he presented in the Autumn Salon in Paris portraits showing his personal approach to Cubism. Then he continued to present his paintings at national galleries in Berlin, Vienna, Munich, and Paris. In 1905 he stayed a short time in Jerusalem, at Betzalel, and then returned to Paris. He returned to Israel and stayed from 1910-1913, when he studied at Betazlel. Between 1914-1916 he was a combat soldier in the Polish Legion under Pilsudski. At that time he sketched around 1,000 war pictures, describing those who fought alongside him and scenes of war. They were later published as “The Legions’ Portfolio,” and exhibited at a number of exhibits in Europe. In 1933, when the Nazis took control in Germany, around a year before his death, his paintings began to take on a more tragic aspect. Gottlieb died in Paris on April 22, 1934. The artistic path of Leopold Gottlieb reflects in fact the great changes that took place in the artistic world of Eastern Europe over decades. This is after he quickly learned the currents of art in his generation. His style is characterized by portraits of women with grace and nobility, classic drawings avoiding unnecessary details, bright and delicate colors in gouache paintings, severe color savings, and etchings considered masterpieces of art. Gottlieb's paintings and drawings are exhibited in many museums around the world, and some of them are also exhibited in museums in Israel. | Defects, scratches, generally good condition.
Starting at $9000
LOT: 218

Oil on canvas. Conversation with a rabbi. Unidentified artist.

Signed. 76x46cm. Very good condition.
Starting at $200
LOT: 219

Oil on canvas. Wedding With Flames. Unidentified artist

Framed, large picture. Signed. 80x60cm. Very good condition.
Starting at $300
LOT: 220

. Yoel Waxberger. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated. 2008.

Wonderful painting, a father and two children on the way to synagogue with Jerusalem in the background, snowy and with dawn just creeping in. Gilded, fancy wooden frame. 57x47cm. Excellent condition.Rav Yoel Waxberger is from Bnei Brak, and is the man behind the Malchut Waxberger brand. He is part of a Judaica revolution that permeates all sectors of the world. With his ten quick fingers, the smiling Hasid has succeeded in dressing up Judaism with colors and decorations that make every prayer an experience, and every reading a living, vibrant thing.
Starting at $2500