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22.11.2018 - Auction 21

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LOT: 301

$5 bill given by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Received from the Rebbe. At the top is an inscription “a bill given by the Rebbe on Tishrei 1991.” | This bill is somewhat rare, since the Rebbe normally gave out $1 bills. Stains. Signs of folding. Generally good condition.
Starting at $300
LOT: 302

$5 billgiven by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Received from the Rebbe. At the top is an inscription “a bill given by the Rebbe on Tishrei 1991.” | This bill is somewhat rare, since the Rebbe normally gave out $1 bills. Stains. Signs of folding. Generally good condition. (See the identical item above)
Item sold at $425 Starting at $300
LOT: 303

Lot of coins, bills given by the Rebbe and more.

1. Six bags of coins from the Lubavitcher Rebbe, for various events, with inscriptions. 2. Two $1 bills of the rebbe in laminate, with the inscription on the back “dollar from the Rebbe to the residents of Kiryat Gat.” 3. A fake dollar with the picture of the Rayatz and his son-in-law the Lubavitcher Rebbe. 4. [2] business cards of the 770 and Kfar Chabad secretariat. Various sizes and conditions, generally good.
Item sold at $100 Starting at $100
LOT: 304

Manuscript of articles from Chabad. Morocco, 1952 approximately.

Articles of the Rayatz of Lubavitch. Written in pretty Mizrahi handwriting, organized in a graph-paper notebook, bound in hard cardboard. Some of the articles have introductions by the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Each pamphlet has a separate cover. A short time before he died, the Rayatz said “go to the Jews of Morocco, who need teachers and Torah. There is no division between Ashkenazim and Sefardim, we are all children of Avraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and we have one God in Heaven.” On the basis of these words, Chabad spread to North Africa. | Binding partially disconnected. Slight moth marks. Stamp of ownership on the last page. 252 pages. 17cm. Generally good to very good condition.
Item sold at $250 Starting at $250
LOT: 305

Receipt stamped by the Torat Emet Klalilit yeshiva—Jerusalem, Palestine, beginning of the 20th century.

Printed during the lifetime of the Rayatz, for building the Torat Emet yeshiva (established in 1922). On the front is a typical illustration of the time, done in red and blue, explanation in three languages. | Moth marks, slight tears in the margins. 25x26cm, generally good condition.
Starting at $100
LOT: 306

Lot of calendars, a business card, and regulations of the Tzdakot HaMeuchadot.

1. Business card printed in red and blue ink, three languages, on paper. By the Atur Rabanim yeshiva, Jerusalem 2. [6] cardboard posters for hanging on the wall, with calendars with shabbat times, between 1924-1947. 3. Booklet with [38] copies of the regulations of the Tzadkot HaMeuchadot, which linked the Etz Haim yeshiva and the Bikur Holim hospital. Various sizes and conditions, generally good.
Starting at $100
LOT: 307

Cloth tapestry of “Solomon’s Justice.” Israel, 20th century.

Handmade, with the scene of Solomon’s Justice about cutting a child in two, form the Book of Kings I (Ch. 3, verses 16-28). Frame is defective. Size 84x56cm. Generally ok to good condition.
Item sold at $100 Starting at $100
LOT: 308

Agam ograph technique.

Star of David, three-dimensional, given inside two frames. Total size 13x16cm. Stamped 56 out of 59.
Starting at $500
LOT: 309

Amos Yaskil, landscape on cardboard.

Acrylic coloring, bright colors, modern Israeli art. 77x77cm. Not framed.
Item sold at $700 Starting at $700
LOT: 310

Salvador Dali print.

Lithograph edition, signed by hand, 17/150, printed in France, given in a frame, 55x75cm.
Item sold at $300 Starting at $300
LOT: 311

Wasserly kinetic art.

Lithograph artwork, 154/300, size 78x76cm. Not framed. Stamped on the back, serial number 1987.
Starting at $350
LOT: 312

Ziv Koren Photography book.

From the exhibit “Writing with Light,” the world's first photography book without stitching.
Starting at $1000