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Lot Number 10

Collection of Kushans (Deeds) and Certificates of Sale of Property in Palestine – Late 19th Century and First Half of 20th Century

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Lot Number 10

Collection of Kushans (Deeds) and Certificates of Sale of Property in Palestine – Late 19th Century and First Half of 20th Century

Eight deeds of sale of property in Palestine, most from the Ottoman period. Jerusalem and other places, late 19th century until the 1930s. Arabic and a little Hebrew.
1-6. Six kushans (Ottoman land deeds) and Ottoman documents for transfer of property: * Document attesting to the transfer of a house in the Ohel Moshe neighborhood in Jerusalem from Avraham Efendi, son of Yosef, to Eliyahu Barzani. Signed by witnesses, Mukhtars, officials and the bureau manager. Ca. 1902. * Scribe's authorization of the aforementioned document. * A deed documenting the transfer of an area in the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem from Ya'akov son of Shaya to Chaim son of Yehuda Eisenstein. Ca. 1905. * More.
7-8. "Transfer deed" and "Authorization certificate" by the Committee of the colony Zichron Ya'akov (printed one alongside the other on a large uncut sheet), documenting the sale of property for an engineer named Nachum Y. Vishno to R. Ze'ev Rogin and Moshe Valdenberg. The transfer deed bears the signature and ink-stamp of the seller and the authorization certificate is stamped by the Committee of Zichron Ya'akov and signed by the secretary and the chairman. 1937.
Enclosed: Eight small notes and stubs, handwritten and printed, in Arabic, Hebrew, Russian and English from various years; a permit by the State of Israel for a fruit and vegetable store in Jerusalem in 1952, printed and filled-in by hand. Bearing the stamp and signature of the appointed officials.
Size and condition vary. Overall fair-good condition.

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