Auction No. 114

Golden coins, Seforim, Chabad, Eretz Yisrael and Zionism, Letters from Rabbis and Rebbes, Holocaust and refugees.

Wednesday, 5 June 2019 at 5pm Without Audience
Opening $100
Estimate $200 - $300

* Concert for pipe organ and cello, Max Lampel and Thelma Yellin, at the Y.M.C.A. hall, Jerusalem. On behalf of the EretzIsraeli Conservatory for Music and Dramatic Art in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, April 6, 1935.

62x96 cm.

Fine-very fine condition. Minimal fold marks.

Thelma Yellin (1895-1959) was an Israeli cellist. The "Thelma Yellin" school was named after her. Max Lampel (1900-1987) was a well-known Israeli composer and pipe organ player. 

* Colorful poster: "Sale of tickets to the concert of world-renowned cellist Raya Garbozova has started," Tel Aviv, 1930s (?). Possibly the only copy in existence today.

 60x92 cm. Blue inscription. 

Very fine condition. Minimal tears reinforced by tape. 

* The EretzIsraeli Conservatory for Music in Jerusalem, invitation to a students' concert for the end of the school year on 15.7.43, at Beit HaChalutzut on Ibn Gavirol and an invitation to a younger students' concert, also for the end of the 1943 school year, at Beit HaChalutzut on Ibn Gavirol.

48x62 cm. Very fine condition.