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
Sold for $415
Including buyer's premium

Lead seal 'kosher for Pesach' hechsher on milk under the supervision of Rabbi David Lev Zilber, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Bookmark serving as a double-sided advertisement for Moshe Binkinstat's business. Born in Vilna, (from fear of being drafted into the Russian army, emigrated to South Africa.) His main occupations were printing and running a bookshop, but he was also an importer of religious articles and kosher food from around the world, such as Manischewitz Matzoh, etc. In addition, a double-sided-leaf advertisement for Binkinstat's displaying an illustration of the factory, and the decorative caption  "L'Shanah Ha'ba' h B'Yerushalayim." Cape Town, 1910-1930.

PR and information booklet with colorful binding, for a salt production plant, in Yiddish and English, New York, c. 1934.

Yiddish advertisement for the four species market. Sighet, 1933.

Yiddish poster appealing to Jews to settle in Uruguay after it supported the proposal of ​​a homeland for the Jewish people in 1920. Montevideo, c. 1930s.

Catalog of the Union for Reform Judaism offering educational manuals for schools and organizations on various Jewish topics from different parts of the world. New York.

Colorful and illustrated advertising card for a shoe and boot business. New York, 1880.

Kosher for Passover Chocolate packaging under the supervision of Rabbi Betzalel Rosen, New York.

Souvenir from a concert by cantor Gershon Sirota (who was murdered in the Holocaust), designed to be hung on the wall, including his name in gold letters. Warsaw.

Usher's business card in Yiddish, with picture. USA, 1939.

Concert program from Poland, with picture. Polish and Yiddish, double-sided leaf. Gdansk, 1926.

Illustrated and festive invitation booklet including a program with a songbook for a concert of Hebrew songs. Yiddish and English. New York.

Spectacular, lyrical advertisement for milk, with a color painting. Yiddish. USA. Poor condition.

Very fine condition.