Letter of blessing by the Admor Rabbi Yosef Yitzhak Schneerson on official letterhead signed by hand. To the yeshiva Torat Emet. Sent from the resort town Otwock, where the doctor was resting on medical advice, following his health condition. Extremely rare. Signs of folding, 16x24cm. Excellent condition.
Written on a typewriter on official letterhead, signed by the Admor, from 1985. To Yehuda Shai and his wife. At the end is a birthday greeting. Signs of folding, 14x21cm. Generally very good condition.
1. Letter of shana tova blessing from the Rebbe on official letterhead, from 1971. With his handwritten signature.
2. Letter in Yiddish, on official letterhead, from 1970. Rebbe phrased it for the secretary.
Different conditions, generally good.
1. Letter sent from Rav Khodkov to the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s personal secretary. He writes that he is waiting for an answer from the Rebbe on some issue that he had asked about. In the margins someone else wrote by hand “Admor Shlita.” It was written on 21st of Sivan, 1957. Sent to: 770 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, New York.
2. Telegram addressed to Friedman on Avoda St 13, in Israel. Hebrew words transliterated into English, wishing “Refuah Shlema Menahem Schneerson.” Sent from Brooklyn to Israel, stamped by the Post Office.
Signs of folding, generally good condition.
Given by the Admor. At the top (front), is written “To Avraham, 29th of Elul, The Rabbi Dollar.” On the backside “Rabbi Dollar bs’’d”. Signs of folding, tear without missing text. Generally good condition.
The Ari synagogue in Tzfat by one of the founders of the Union of Artists and Sculptors and a founderof the Tel Aviv Museum. Born in 1901 in Bóbrka, next to Lviv (Galicia), moved to Israel and starting from the 1950s until his death in Tzfat he dealt with drawing landscapes and Tzfat. The subjects were the Yishuv and the landscapes of the Galilee. The work before us is one of his first, when he was a pioneer in Batanya Ilit. Signed. 38x28cm, generally very good condition.