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 $ 120
Estimate $ 300 - $ 500
Sold for $ 244
Including buyer's premium

An important collection of letters from Rebbes and Rabbis in a binder. Among the letters:

A long halachic responsum [3 pages] in the handwriting of the Spinka Rebbe Rabbi Alter Kahana of Spinka on the laws of purity and impurity, dated: 8th Tevet 5730 [December 17, 1969], signed twice with his handwritten signature; an interesting letter in the handwriting and with the signature of Rabbi Chananya Yom Tov Lipa Deutsch [4 pages], various topics: "Our condition here is up in the air, our brains are confused...we may return to Israel...who knows what will occur, there as the murderers only want to destroy and exterminate us, even though we trust in God that it will not be...but in any event it may be dangerous." In addition he quotes the Satmar Rebbe "That the State of Israel is a dangerous place and he would shout and cry in sermons to pray for the Jews of the Land of Israel", and he also tells of the Rebbe's awesome prayers when he was in his presence, and about the thousands who accompanied him and danced before him in the streets and things which the Satmar Rebbe said after the Six Day War and many more matters; a letter in the handwriting of the Rebbe from Nadvorna Rabbi Yissachar Dov Leiper ["We must be cautious and careful and verbalize and accept upon ourselves only to speak, accept and think good..."]; a letter in the handwriting and with the signature of the Rebbe of Tolna; a letter in the handwriting and the signature of the Rebbe of Spinka Jerusalem, Rabbi Mordechai David Kahana; an invitation to the wedding of the grandson of the sister of the Imrei Chaim of Vizhnitz [signed with his printed signature]; other invitations; a printed picture of the Aleksander Rebbe and more.

A total of 9 letters and other paper items.

Sizes and conditions vary, very fine overall condition.

Letters from and Books by Admo"rs