Bilder Aus dem Heiligen Lande. Vierzig ausgewaehlte Original-Ansichten biblisch-wichtiger Orte treu nach der Natur gezeichnet von J. M. Bernatz, mit erläuterndem texte von G. H. v. Schubert. Stuttgart: J.F. Steinkopf, [circa 1939]. German.
Pictures from the Holy Land; forty biblical views after paintings by J.M. Bernatz, with text by Gotthilf Heinrich von Schubert. 39 lithograph-plates depicting views and sites in Eretz Israel and the vicinity – Damascus, Hebron, Tiberias, Mount Carmel, Nazareth, Mount Tabor, Joseph's Tomb in Nablus, and more. Folding panorama of Sinai.
 leaves +  plates. One plate lacking. 23 cm. Good condition. Significant foxing.
Briefköpfe und Initialen 40 Dekorative Leisten, von Willi Geiger. Frankfurt: Carl Fr. Schulz, 1910.
Catalogue of 40 monograms and illuminated letters designed by Willi Geiger. Numbered copy, 22/200.
 leaves, 21 cm. Good condition. Inscription in pen on inner side of front cover (from 1910). Some tears and folds to binding.
Figures in Nature / three lithographs / average size 27X34 cm / two are signed in the plate, one is dated 1911, two are signed in pen
Figures / two engravings / average size 21X32.5 cm / signed in pencil
Portraits, Landscape / twelve paintings and drawings on paper / average size 26X44.5 cm / one work is signed in pencil / one painting is double-sided
Israelitische Wochen-schrift Für Die Religiösen Und Socialen Interessen des Judenthums [weekly for social and religious matters of Judaism], edited by Moritz Rahmer. Magdeburg, 1881. German.
Bound volume from the twelfth year, issues 1-52. Bound with "Jüdisches Literaturblatt" – literary supplement of the weekly, issues 1-52.
, 446; , 208 pp, 30.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing.Folds to corners of leaves. Tears to spine.
Der Jude eine monatsschrift, 8 volumes of the monthly. Berlin-Vienna: Jüdischer verlag, 1916-1924. German.
Der Jude was a Jewish periodical, for philosophy and literature, founded by Martin Buber in the midst of World War I, and published between the years 1916-1928.
8 volumes. 24 cm. Good condition.
Enclosed is a special volume published in honor of Martin Buber's fiftieth birthday. Berlin, 1928.
23 cm. Good condition. Stains.
Volumes were not thoroughly checked and are sold AS IS.
Two portfolios with reproductions of paintings by Max Libermann:
* Libermann Mappe. Published by Kunstwart, Munich, . 19 reproduction-plates of works by Libermann accompanied by a booklet with text and additional illustrations.
42 cm. Good condition. Damage to folder.
* Max Liebermann, 12 zeichnungen. Published by Wolfgang Jess, Dresden, 1948. 12 reproduction plates of works by Libermann with an introduction by the author Wolfgang Balzer.
40 cm. Good condition. Stains. Creases to folder.
Landscape – double-sided drawing / 1943 / ink on paper / 30X45 cm / signed and dated on one side of the leaf / foxing, traces of framing
Heinrich Heine und Robert Schumann mit einem bisher unveröffentlichtem Schumann-Bild, dem Stahlstich nach dem Bilde von M. Oppenheim, fünf unveröffentlichten Tagebuch, Gedicht und Brief-Faksimiles sowie Notenbeispielen. Hamburg-Berlin: Hoffmann & Campe, 1924.
Heinrich Heine and Robert Schumann, with engraving of Heinrich Heine by Moritz Oppenheim, facsimiles of poems and diary leaves by Heine and Schumann and Music by Schumann which has never been published. Portrait of Schumann on the first leaf. Fine leather binding, green with gold embossing, designed by Erich Büttner. Numbered copy 3/1000.
X, 65,  pp +  print plates and  facsimile plates, 27.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing.
Portrait of Nikisch Artúr / 1904 / engraving / 33.5X27.5 cm / signed, captioned and dated / matted, folder with emblem of "Verein für Original-Radierung zu Berlin", enclosed title page (printing date on title page: 1911)
Japanese Artists in their Workshop, among them the painter Kanō Motonobu, Sunday Morning in Brotzen, Portrait / three reproductions of color woodcuts, color lithograph, print / average size 20X33 cm / print is signed in the plate
Huppah / three color engravings / average size 27X32 cm / signed in the plate I.M., signed in pencil, two of which are numbered and one is marked "Artist's Proof" and dated 1969
Facing East by James A. Michener. Published by Random House, New York, 1970.
Portfolio in two parts, with illustrations by Jack Levine. A text by James A. Michener appears in the first part, with four woodcuts and original lithographs. 54 reproductions of works (some in color) appear in the second part. Numbered copy, 1021/2500. Signed by the author and by the artist.
xxxi,  pp +  plates, 48.5 cm. Good condition. Both parts are placed in a cardboard case covered with white silk.
In memory of our Jewish brethren who died for Kidush Hashem. Memorial plaque for Jews of Kiskőrös who were massacred during the holocaust. Kiskőrös, 1949.
Photograph of a memorial plaque inscribed and illustrated by hand. A large illustration on top (titled "Yizkor"), depicting a synagogue hall and scenes of Jewish history during the holocaust: wandering, forced labor, cargo trains, etc. On the borders appears the inscription: "Made by Yehiel Kline and mounted by Achi-Ezer Akiva – in 1949, in memory of his beloved ones who were murdered…from 1943 to 1945". The edges are decorated with iron chains, in each link appears an illustration and a text based on the Passover Haggadah, on verses from Jewish sources and on the liturgical poem "Unetane Tokef". In the center appear 400 names of victims murdered in Kiskőrös during the holocaust.
34X29.5 cm. Good condition.
Figures in Nature / three lithographs / average size 10X14 cm / signed in pen, one signed A.G. in the plate / matted, foxing
Landscapes and Figures / ten drawings and paintings in pencil and charcoal on paper / average size 17X23 cm / one signed in pencil, some are dated
The Odd-Fellows' offering, for 1850, by fraternity's members, New-York: Edward Walker, 1850. Annual publication for the year 1850 with various literary writings by the members of The Odd Fellows fraternity. Some writings and pictures refer to biblical verses and episodes such as the Parting of the Red Sea and Jewish subjects such as the Shabbath. The book is accompanied by prints and a special title page in color lithographic printing. 298 pp,  plates including a color lithograph title page. Gilt edges. 21.5 cm. Good condition. Stains, foxing. Original binding with gilded decorations. Damage and wear to binding.
Beth-Lechem, Jahrbuch zur Befoerderung des Ackerbaues, Handwerks und der Industrie unter den Israeliten Ungarns [yearbook promoting commerce, agriculture, art and industry among Hungarian Jews], by Ignaz Reich. Two volumes. Athenaeum printing press. (Pest) Budapest 1871-1874. Hungarian.
Two almanacs accompanied by poems, quotations from the scripture, numerous essays and portraits engraving plates of Jewish-Hungarian personalities.
Almanac 1871: vii, , 239,  pp +  engraving plates.
Almanac 1874: , 185,  pp +  engraving plates.
21.5 cm. Good condition. Foxing. Damage to bindings.
Die Ballette des Deutschen Theaters. Published by Erich Reiss, Berlin, 1918.
The Ballet in the German Theatre, with a dozen lithographs in color by Ernst Stern. Copy (not numbered) out of an edition of 200 copies.
, 8,  pp +  plates, 48X31 cm. Good condition. Half vellum binding, stains to binding.
Saul und David in der Hohle, Max Zweig. Published by Hans Deutsch, Vienna, .
"Saul and David in the Cave", play by Max Zweig with five lithographs (including title page) by Hans Fronius, signed in pencil. Numbered copy x/xxx.
26 pp +  lithographs, 54 cm. Good condition. Cardboard case, damaged.
Collection of essays and publications concerning Assyriology and "Babel and the Bible". [Europe], 1894-1905. A volume with about 11 essays and publications bound together. Some were delivered as lectures and were printed afterwards. The essays concern assyriology and the culture of Babel and the Bible. Most essays refer to the series of publications by Assyriology scholar Friedrich Delitzsch – "Babel and the Bible", in which he claimed that the source of the Book of Genesis is found in ancient Babylonian myths. These publications led to polemic reactions on the part of scholars, rabbis and theologians. Among the essays is one composed by Delitzsch himself. 11 essays bound together. Average size: 23 cm. Good-fair condition. Stains and wear. Damage to binding.
Wieland, Deutsche Wochenschrift für Kunst und Literatur. Berlin: Wieland Verlag Julius Bard, 1915-1916. German.
A volume of the first-year issues of "Wieland", a German art and literature weekly, published during World War I. The journal's entire revenue was donated to the Red Cross. Issues 1-52 (some doubled). 44 booklets in all.
Writers include: Gerhard Hauptmann, Hermann Hesse, Lotte von Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Arthur Silbergleit and Jakob Wasermann.
Artists whose works appear in the journal include Erich Büttner, Lyonel Feininger, Max Liebermann, Emil Orlik and Hermann Struck.
Volume 33 cm. Good condition. Slightly brittle paper.
Two Self-Portraits and portrait of W. v. Bode / three engravings / average size 17X24 cm