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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 558

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Jean Piaubert – “La Genèse” – Lithographs for the Book of Genesis – Paris, 1991

La Genèse, by Jean Piaubert. [Paris]: Les Bibliophiles du Palais, 1991. French.
Portfolio with seven color lithographs by Jean Piaubert, depicting scenes from the book of Genesis, from the creation of the world to Abraham our Patriarch. By the lithographs appear chapters 1-11 from the book of Genesis.
Copy no. 132 out of an edition of 200 copies.
47, [3] pp. (sheets folded in half), 37 cm. The sheets are contained in a paper cover and in the original, cloth-covered, portfolio. Very good condition. Some stains to portfolio.
Not in NLI.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 666

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Three Non-traditional Haggadot – The Department of Pioneer Affairs / Ein Harod / Ihud HaKvutzot VeHaKibbutzim (Union of the Kvutzot and the Kibbutzim) – 1944-1953

Three non-traditional haggadot. Palestine, 1944-1953.
1. A collection for the Passover seder. [Tel Aviv]: Center for Culture of the Pioneer Affairs Department of the General Organization of Hebrew Workers in Israel, [1944]. The drawing on the front cover is signed "R. Blass."
16 pp., 21 cm. Good-fair condition. Stains. Minor tears at the edges. Tears and open tears at the edges of the cover. Back cover is detached. The spine is torn.
2. Passover haggadah. Ein Harod: HaKibbutz HaMeuchad, 1950. With illustrations. The last page notes: "The paintings in the haggadah are from the Passover murals in the dining room of Ein Harod – created by the painter Haim Atar."
32 pp. 22.5 cm. Good condition. Stains and creases. Worming on cover. Minor tears on the spine.
3. Passover haggadah. Tel Aviv: Union of the Kvutzot and the Kibbutzim, 1953. Printed on the back cover: "This haggadah was written and illustrated by David Aleph, Ayelet-HaShahar." Bound with a string.
[16] pp., 17.5 cm. Good condition. Minor stains. Notes in pen on the inside front cover. The string is slightly frayed.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 541

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Two Etchings by Hermann Struck – Self Portrait / Bar Mitzvah

Two etchings by Hermann Struck (1876-1944):
1. Self portrait. Signed and numbered in pencil 40/100.
Etching is approx. 19X8 cm. Good condition. Stains.
2. "Blessed Be He Who in His Holiness, gave the Torah to His people, Israel" (Hebrew), 1911. Signed and dated in the plate, signed in pencil.
Etching is approx. 24.5X31 cm. Fair condition. Tears, some restored with paper strips, one long tear widthwise (affecting etching).
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 788

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Collection of Pins – “Keren HaYesod” and Various Workers Organizations

Collection of pins of Keren HaYesod and workers organizations, some issued for conventions and different events.
The collection includes: Pins of Keren HaYesod, including pins for conventions in the 1960s. • Pins of different workers organizations, among them the General Organization of Workers in Israel, State Employees Union, Organization of Construction Workers, Association of Craftsmen, National Organization of Workers (pin for the founding convention, Passover 1934), Movement of workers' settlements in Israel, Organization of Construction Workers, Association of Senior Citizens in Israel, and more.
Total of approx. 45 items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 664

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Non-Traditional Haggadah – Kibbutz Afikim, 1942

Passover Haggadah. Kibbutz Afikim, [1942].
A non-traditional Passover Haggadah, accompanied by linocuts. Passages of poetry and prose, citations from the Bible and some passages from the traditional Haggadah. One print depicts the bombing of the ship "Patria" and the text on the facing page mentions the victims of "Struma", the "Victims of evil in this war", the victims of illegal immigration among them the "Patria" and "Salvador" and the "Atlantic" deportees. Also mentioned in this Haggadah are the establishment of the Kibbutz: "this is our seventh Pesach in Afikim…".
32 pp (flawed pagination), 16.5 cm. Good condition. Stains. Some tears and damages to margins. The margins of a number of leaves are trimmed. Tears at spine.
Not in NLI.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 438

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Two Letters from Internment Camps in Cyprus – 1947-1948 / Ticket from the Illegal Immigrant Ship Haganah

Two letters from internment camps in Cyprus. 1947-1948 (German) and a ticket from the illegal immigrant ship Haganah.
1. Letter dated 10.10.1947, sent by a detainee in camp 70 to Mediaș (Romania). An interesting account about the arrival in Haifa port, deportation from Palestine and first impressions from the camp (barracks, bathing, distribution of food and more).
[1] leaf (two written pages), 20.5 cm.
2. A letter dated 12.3.1948, sent by a detainee in camp 69 in Cyprus, to Pardess Hanah. The letter concerns financial and personal matters, and ends with a line in Hebrew: "See you in Palestine!".
[1] leaf folded in half (4 written pages), 23 cm.
The letters are contained in the original envelopes, with camps' stamps, postage stamps and postmarks.
Good condition. Folding marks, stains and some blemishes. Envelopes in good-fair condition, stained. The flap with sender's name is lacking from the envelope of the first letter.
3. Paper card. On one side appears the stamp "S. S. Balboa, Panama" (the name under which the Haganah sailed) and on the other side appear handwritten inscriptions.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 718

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Share Certificate – “Steinmetz” Company – Baltimore, USA, 1921

Share certificate – Steinmetz Electric Motor Car Corporation. Baltimore, 1921. English. With details filled-in by hand and signatures of the president and the treasurer.
The company was founded by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1865-1923) a German-born American mathematician, scientist, and electrical engineer, one of the pioneers of electrical industry in the United States.
21X30 cm. Good condition. Folding marks. A few stains, slight. Two pinholes at the right margin.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 452

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Collection of Political Publications – 1939–1949

Collection of political publications from the era of the Yishuv in Palestine about underground movements, Hebrew labor, the partition of the land, and other topics. Palestine, 1934–1949. Hebrew and German.
1. We, the bourgeois Zionists, and Hebrew labor, by Avraham Sharon (Schwadron). Printout from Haaretz, Nissan 5694 [April 1934].
2. A Jewish State. Jerusalem: HaSefer, 5698 [1938]. Booklet containing a poem by Tchernichovsky ("And the cities shall return to their borders…") and a selection of essays against the partition plan.
3. Nationaler Nachrichtendienst [The National Intelligence Service], two issues of a bulletin in German issued by the Etzel. July–August 1938.
4. The Theory of Cruel Zionism, by Avraham Sharon (Schwadron). Tel Aviv: Am Oved, 5704 [1944].
5–6. Chauvinistic Notes on the Matter of the Arabs, by Avraham Sharon (Schwadron). Tel Aviv, 5709 [1949]. Two copies, one containing a handwritten dedication.
7. Lehi 1948, by B. Lubotsky (Benjamin Eliav), 1949. Booklet against Lehi’s policy during the War of Independence.
8–9. Who Collaborated? By Y. Shurati. Oz Publishing, [1949]. Booklet containing numerous assertions of collaborations between the dissenting organizations and the British. Two copies.
10. Ba-ofek: Be’ayot u-demuyot [On the horizon: Problems and characters], edited by Dr. Yaakov Harozen. Jerusalem: Harav Hershkovitz, 5709 [1949]. With a handwritten dedication by the author.
Size and condition vary. The booklets were not thoroughly examined and are offered for sale AS IS.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Israel Mehlman.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 474

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“Landscape Illustrations of the Bible” – London, 1836 – Engravings Depicting Views and Sites in Palestine

Landscape Illustrations of the Bible, Consisting of Views of the Most Remarkable Places Mentioned in the Old and New Testaments by Thomas Hartwell Home, London: John Murray, 1836. English. Two volumes.
The volumes include 97 engraved plates altogether (including the title pages of both volumes), depicting sites mentioned in the Bible and in the New Testament. Engravings are by William Finden and Edward Francis Finden after paintings by William Turner, Augustus Wall Callcott, David Roberts, and others. The engravings depict, among other things, views and sites in Palestine (Jerusalem, Mount Tabor, Mount Carmel, Kishon River and more), Egypt, Jordan, Syria and more places. The engravings are accompanied by texts about the different sites.
Volume I: XII, [89] text pages + [50] plates; Vol. II: IV, 89 text pages + [47] plates, 23 cm. Leather gilt decorated bindings. Gilt edges. Good condition. Stains. Paper labels on the inside front bindings. Minor blemishes to corners and margins of bindings.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 604

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Zalman Shneur – Autograph Letter, Hand-signed – to Joseph Klausner – France, 1926

Autograph letter, hand-signed by Zalman Shneur. Montmorency (France), 1926.
Shneur opens the letter with praising Klausner's last book about the poet Solomon Ibn Gabirol: "This book is a small encyclopedia about the life of Solomon Ibn Gabirol…" (Hebrew). Further, Shneur refers to the "earthquake" which the book "Jesus of Nazareth: His Life, Times & Teaching" caused, and finally mentions a small play which he himself composed and sent for publication to the paper "Hashiloach" (Klausner was the editor of " Hashiloach" between the years 1903-1927).
The letter end with words about Shneur's first born son, who was born the same year: "My boy grows. A very handsome boy… a happy boy".
[1] leaf (one written page), approx. 21.5 cm. Good condition. Horizontal folding mark, some stains and tears. Small tear to left margin, along the folding line.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 624

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Three Books in Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic – Casablanca, 1944–1953

Three books in Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic printed in Casablanca between 1944 and 1953.
1. History of the Rambah [Rabbi Meir Ba’al ha-Nes] and Rashbi [Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai] by Yehiel Bouskila. Casablanca: Moshe Amar, 1944. Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic.
This book, which compiles the legends from the Talmud about the two tannaim, Rabbi Meir Ba’al ha-Nes and Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai, was written by a Hebrew teacher in the Em Habanim and Magen David schools in Casablanca.
[2], 58 pp., [1] plate (an image of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai), 20 cm.
2. The Rabbinical Council of Morocco: the first annual convention of 1947. Casablanca: Y. Razon Printers, 1947.
The rabbis from all the cities in Morocco met in Rabat in 1947 in order to solve two main problems: "1. The purity of the laws in the statutes and customs that are not observed equally in the cities of Morocco. 2. Regulations and ordinances according to the situation, for the benefit of religion and Judaism, and for the benefit of the living." In subsequent years, the assembly convened in several other places. The conventions stopped in 1955, following political changes that took place after the departure of the French from Morocco and the establishment of the State of Israel.
20 pp., 23.5 cm.
3. The History of the Jews of Arab Morocco, Part 1, by Yitzhak D. Abu, translated by H.N. [Nahmani]. Casablanca: Y. Razon, 1953. Hebrew and Judeo-Arabic.
The first part of the book deals with the history of Moroccan Jewry, with an emphasis on the rabbis of that country. The second part contains legends and proverbs about Palestine and translates them into Judeo-Arabic.
[2], 94 pp., 20 cm. The book has been rebound in a cardboard binding, without its original cover.
Condition varies.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Israel Mehlman.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 689

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Collection of Transport Tickets – Satmar Hasidic Dynasty – Bus Tickets of Kiryat Joel Village in New York and More

Collection of transport tickets and various coupons related to the Satmar Hasidic dynasty; most are from Kiryat Joel village in New York. Israel and the United States. Second half of the 20th century. Hebrew, English and Yiddish.
Among the items: • "Kiryas Joel Transit", bus tickets from Kiryat Joel village. • Bus coupons from Kiryat Joel. Names of months are in Hebrew. • Bus ticket with the inscription "Yitav Lev d'Satmar Kiryat Yoel". Ink-stamp on the ticket: "Aleph d'Slichot". • Ticket for "Special honorary train"– reception for the Satmar Rebbe when he visited Israel in 1965. • Three coupons - "Entrance permission, in honor of our Rebbe…".
Total of about 30 items. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 721

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Four Share Certificates – “Citroen” Company – Paris, 1924

Four "Citroen" company share certificates, issued in Paris in 1924. French.
"Citroen" was established by the Jewish engineer and entrepreneur André Citroën in 1919 and over just a few years the company became one of the largest car manufacturers in the world.
1-2. Two share certificates – "Société Anonyme André Citroën". Both are with the complete coupon stubs with 24 coupons.
3. Share certificate in the amount of 100 Francs –"Taxis- Citroën", subsidiary of "Citroën", manufacturing taxis. Stub with 27 coupons (nos. 6-32).
4. Share certificate in the amount of 100 Francs of "Taxis Citroën ". Stub with 28 coupons (nos. 5-32).
Numerous ink-stamps on the certificate.
Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 424

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Sefer Meah Shanah – Prominent Figures and First Pioneers – Tel-Aviv, 1938

Sefer Meah Shanah… [One Hundred Years Book, prominent figures and the first pioneers in Palestine over one hundred years and more], edited by Isaac Triwaks and Eliezer Steinman; participated in collection of material: Ya'akov Ya'ari-Poleskin. Tel Aviv: Yitzchak Triwaks, 1938.
Short biographies of early Zionist figures, researchers of Palestine, pioneers in the areas of settlement, book publishing, education, and industry in Palestine, and others, along with account of their activities and citations from their writings. Among the figures: Moses Montefiore, his wife Judith Montefiore and his secretary Eliezer Halevi, Yoel Moshe Salomon, Yehosef Schwartz, Avraham Moshe Lunz, Zeev Herzberg, Nissim Bachar, Karl Netter, Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Kalisher, Israel Back, Yehiel Brill and others.
The book is accompanied by picture plates, photographic plates and facsimile plates.
504 pp + [74] plates, 27.5 cm. Fair condition. Detached binding. Detached gatherings. Small tears and open tears at margins of leaves. Creases. "Sefer Ivri LaChayal" stamp pasted on title page. Stains. Blemishes to binding.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 711

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“The Palestine General Insurance Co.” – Insurance Policy Designed by Nahum Gutman – Tel-Aviv, 1938

Insurance policy – The Palestine General Insurance Co.; issued to Mr. Zvi Sosnik in 1938.
On top of the first page appears an illustration of the company's logo, signed "N.G." [Nahum Gutman].
[1] folded leaf (3 printed pages), 32X47 cm. Various ink-stamps. Good condition. Folding marks and creases. Pen and pencil inscriptions. Stains. Tears at margins.
Provenance: Morton Leventhal Collection, New York.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 522

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“Honor your friends in the Honor Books” – JNF – Poster Designed by the Shamir Brothers

"Honor your friends in the honor books", illustrated poster issued by JNF – National Committee for Palestine [1950s]. Design: Shamir brothers.
A poster promoting donations to JNF, listing the JNF honor books – golden book, Bar Mitzva book and child's book.
48X68 cm. Good condition. Folding marks and creases. Some tears at margins and folding marks. Some stains.
Provenance: Rimon Family Collection.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 432

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Palestine Police, Index of Files

Palestine Police, Index of Files. English and some Hebrew.
A typewritten volume, with handwritten additions, corrections, and completions. Used to locate files that were stored in the police station, it contains information about the Jewish community in Palestine: a list of police stations and prisons, post offices, medical clinics, antiquities, agriculture, municipal services, streets and roads, bridges, public transportation, and more.
[47] leaves, 33.5 cm. Good condition. Stains and creases. The front endpaper is partially detached. The binding is slightly worn. The spine is torn.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 612

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Collection of Plays by Max Zweig – Dedications and Corrections in his Handwriting / Drafts of Essays about his Plays – 1925-1979

A collection of books by the playwright Max Zweig, with dedications and corrections in his handwriting; drafts of essays about his plays. Berlin, Prague, Munich and Tel-Aviv, ca. 1925-1979. German.
• Ragen, play by Max Zweig. Berlin: Oesterheld & Co., 1925.
With corrections and additions in Zweig's handwriting, done probably towards the printing of a new edition of the play. No cover.
• Die Marranen [the Marranos], by Max Zweig. Prague: A. Haase, 1938. Dedication handwritten by Zweig on the title page.
• Davidia, a play by Max Zweig based on the Tel-Hai occurrences. Munich: Walter Schmähling, 1972. German. Two copies. In both copies appear dedications handwritten by Zweig.
• Der Generalsekretär und andere Dramen. Tel-Aviv, 1979.
A book containing plays by Zweig; selected essays about his work, by Max Brod, Israel Mehlman and others; and more. A dedication by Zweig on the first page.
• Drafts of essays, printed and handwritten, about Zweig's plays.
Max Zweig (1892-1992), a Jewish playwright of Austrian origin who immigrated to Palestine in 1938. Many of his plays were staged in Palestine and overseas. His cousin is the author Stefan Zweig.
Total of 5 books + drafts. Size and condition vary.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Israel Mehlman.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 475

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Journal of a Tour in the Holy Land – Travel Diary of Lady Egerton’s Tour to Palestine – London, 1841 – Lithographic Views, from Original Drawings, by Lord Francis Egerton, Earl of Ellesmere

Journal of a Tour in the Holy Land, in May and June, 1840, by Lady Francis Egerton. With lithographic views, from original drawings, by Lord Francis Egerton. London: Harrison and Co., 1841. English.
Journal of a Tour in the Holy Land by Lady Egerton and her husband, Lord Francis Egerton, first earl of Ellesmere, in May and June 1840. With four lithographic plates showing views of Palestine.
Francis Egerton (1800-1857), who was known for his support of the arts, was himself a writer. The lithographs that accompany the journal are based on his drawings.
In the introduction to the book, Lady Egerton states that the profits from the printing and distribution of the book will be donated to the Ladies’ Hibernian Female School Society, a women’s institution in Ireland.
[4] leaves, 141 pp. + 4 plates. 22 cm. Good condition. Stains. Front endpaper is partially detached. Small tears at the inner margin of the first leaf. Bookplate on the inside front cover. Slight damage to the binding.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 622

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Jewish Almanac – Prague, 1933-1938

Jüdischer Almanac [Jewish Almanac], editor: Dr. Felix Weltsch. Prague: "Selbstwehr" Jüdisches Volksblatt", 1933-1938. German, Five volumes.
Five volumes of a Jewish almanac published in Prague concerning mostly Judaism and Zionism. The almanac was edited by the philosopher and author Felix Weltsch; it includes works by Franz Kafka, Max Brod, Hugo Bergmann, Bialik, Tchenichovsky and others. The volumes contain Hebrew calendars for the years 1933-1938, and essays and photographs from Palestine.
5 volumes. Size and condition vary.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 647

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“YIVO Bulletin”, Issue No. 1 – Brussels, 1946

YIVO-biulitin, aroysgegeben fun der gezelshaft "Fraynd fun yidishn visnshfatlikhn institute in Beligye" [YIVO bulletin, published by the society of "Friends of the Jewish Scientific Institute in Belgium"]. Issue no. 1 Brussels, April 1946. Yiddish and some French.
The issue includes a reportage about Jewish children under German occupation, songs written in camps and ghettos, announcement to YIVO members about a campaign to collect documentary material, greetings sent by YIVO representatives in New-York and Paris on the occasion of the inauguration of the branch in Belgium, and more. Accompanied by various pictures, some from the war period.
8 pp (uncut sheet), approx. 28 cm. Good condition. Some stains, creases and blemishes to margins. Tears to margins and along the folding marks (mostly minor). Small open tear at folding line, due to detachment of pin (no loss of text).

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 439

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Four Certificates – the Legal Advisor of the Jewish National Fund in Cyprus – Palestine and Cyprus, 1947–1949

Four certificates issued to Toba Lea Rubinstein-Klejf, who worked as a legal advisor for JNF and traveled to Cyprus on its behalf during the British mandate and upon the establishment of the state. Palestine and Cyprus, 1947-1949. Hebrew and English.
1–2. "British Passport, Palestine" issued to Toba Lea Klejf, with a passport photo; entry and exit stamps from Haifa and Cyprus.
A laissez-passer issued by the State of Israel is attached to the passport with a string.
3. Alien Registration Certificate from Cyprus, stamped April 19, 1948.
4. ID card issued by the National Service Census Center from August 4, 1948. The ID card gives Klejf permission to leave Israel on JNF business.
Size and condition vary.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 629

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Six Books and Booklets – The Jewish Legion, the Palestine Regiment, and Others – 1916-1943

Six books about the Jewish Legion, the Palestine Regiment, Trumpeldor, and others who fell defending the Jewish community in Palestine. New York, Kovno, Jerusalem, and other locations, 1916-1943. Hebrew and Yiddish.
1. Yizkor, tsum ondenken di gefalene vekhter un arbayter in Erets Yisroel. Editors: [Ya’akov] Zrubavel, [Yitzchak] Ben-Zvi, [Alexander] Heshin. New York: Poalei Zion Palestine Committee, 1916. Yiddish.
A collection of essays by Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, David Ben-Gurion, Yosef Haim Brenner, and others, in memory of workers and guards who fell in the defense of Palestine. With illustrations by the artist Mitchell Loeb.
2. Joseph Trumpeldor, by Pesach Lipovetzky (Ben Amram). Kovno: Semel, 1924.
3. With the Jewish Legion in Palestine, by John H. Patterson. Foreword: Z[e’ev] Jabotinsky. Jerusalem: Mizpeh, [1929].
4. The Story of the Jewish Legion, by Ze’ev Jabotinsky, translated by Abba Ahimeir. Jerusalem: HaSolel Cooperative, 1929.
5. Di opgenarte in kamf far Erets-Yiśroel; di geshikhṭe fun Yidishn legyen, by Avrom Lyubes. Warsaw: G. Piment, [1931]. Yiddish.
A book about the Jewish Legions, with dozens of photographs and illustrations.
6. "The Third Company of the Second Jewish Brigade of the Palestine Regiment, 1941-1943." Booklet No. 1, 1 Adar I 1943 [February 6, 1943].
A booklet (typewritten and mimeographed) printed by soldiers in the Palestine Regiment. Includes writings about the role of the Jewish Brigade, memoirs, illustrations and humorous writings, and thoughts about the Hebrew language.
Size and condition vary. The books were not thoroughly examined and are offered for sale AS IS.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Israel Mehlman.

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Auction Online 18 Lot Number 419

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History of Estates in Upper Galilee – David Shuv – Warsaw, 1893

History of estates in Upper Galilee, by David Shuv. Warsaw: Shuldberg press ("printed for the first time in the book Pri HaAretz part two"), 1893.
A composition by David Shuv (1854-1938) reviewing the Jewish colonies in the Upper Galilee. Most of the book is dedicated to Rosh Pina, being the largest and most important colony in the Galilee. Other chapters tell about Yesud HaMa'ala, Mishmar HaYarden, Machanayim and Ein Zeitim, Bne Yehudah, Peki'in and Meron.
• Bound with: Shoshana, by L. [Leopold] Kompert. Warsaw: Shuldberg press, 1892. A story by Leopold Kompert (1822-1886), a Jewish-Austrian author who wrote about the life of Jews in Bohemia. Short introduction by Ze'ev Yavetz.
31; 54 pp, 17 cm. Good condition. Some stains and creases. A few tears. Ink-stamp on title page of "Shoshana". The top left corner of this leaf is cut (missing). Both books are bound together in a new cardboard binding, no wrappers.

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