Winner's Unlimited - No. 101

Holy books, letters from Rabbis and Rebbes, Judaica, Maps, Periodicals, Postcards, banknotes, Eretz Israel and Zionism

July 19, 2017
Opening $ 100
Estimate $ 200 - $ 300
Sold for $ 122
Including buyer's premium

Four rare prayer booklets, two were printed in the wake of the Holocaust.

* Tefilat Yom Kippur Katan, per the Ashkenaz and Poland customs. Frankfurt, 1866. Hebrew and Yiddish. Rare, not in the National Library.

* Asirei Tikvah booklet. Jerusalem, 1940. First edition. Compiled by Rabbi Yehuda Moshe Yeshua Fatiyah. Verses and prayers for the salvation of European Jewry. Printed at the height of the Holocaust, as Rabbi Fatiyah writes in the preface: "We were forced to print it so that everyone would have one...and maybe Hashem will have pity on the remnant of His that their blood will not be spilled like water..." Rare. 16 pages. Jacket title page.

* Selichot L'Chaf Sivan, Budapest, Iyar 1946. Printed by the Gevirtz brothers. The selichot were printed right after the end of the Second World War. The editors write: "Printed per the approval of the great rabbis shlit"a by the Central Bureau of the G-d fearing communities in our lands, upon the murder of our dear brethren in our countires from 1941, particularly in 1944 and 1945, and the destruction of the synagogues and batei medarsh and the decimation of the Torah Scrolls and other holy works." Rare.

* Selichot L'Yom Zayin Adar, per the custom of the chevra kadisha gomlei chessed shel emet of Jerusalem. Jerusalem, 1905. Not bound.

Varying sizes and conditions.

Prayer Books