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 $ 200
Estimate $ 300 - $ 600

Five rare publications from different Kibbutzim. 1940's to 60's.

1. Ein HaShlosha Byom Aliyanteinu Al Hakarka, 1950. A booklet published several months after the founding of the Kibbutz in June 1950. The booklet contains an in-depth description of the various stages which the group of young Zionists from Latin America underwent after receiving training in Kibbutz Nitzanim, until they established Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha.

2-3. Two publications from Kibbutz Revivim: 1. Revivim Chag HaMayim - Succot 1956. A booklet published 13 years after the founding of the first Jewish settlement in the Negev, in honor the festival of receiving sweet water. The booklet contains a historical overview from the 1930's when the lands were purchased by Jews. Accompanied by photographs of scenery in the Kibbutz. 2. Revivim - Kevutzat HaChugim V'Hanoar Ha'Oved, journal number 143, October 6, 1955. A Kibbutz journal in stencil print with illustrations.

4. 20 L'Kibbutz Be'eri 1947-1967. Be'eri printing press. A booklet containing many historical photographs reviewing the 20 years since its establishment.

5. Ramat Hashofet Kibbutz HaShomer HaTzair. A kibbutz newspaper on the occasion of 7 years since the establishment of the kibbutz, November 2, 1948. A booklet in stencil print. An extensive review of the Kibbutz's development from its establishment in 1941. Contains contributions from members of the Kibbutz.

The five publications are rare and do not appear in the National Library. [There are other years of the 'Revivim' journal in the National Library].

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