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Menorah tin work
Menorah tin work, Palestinian, tin work Frumntibic on JNF. 24/23 cm. Moreshet Auctions
Holy hand-written letter and signature of Rav Kook.
Holy hand-written letter and signature of Rabbi Kook container Ticotznsky to support Rabbi Baruch .. tight condition for holding children at the Talmud Torah ..8 line and signature.Good condition. Moreshet Auctions
Poster, 40 Years of the Defense of Tel Hai, Israel 1960
Poster of the General Histadrut honoring the 40th anniversary of Tel Hai, with a map of Israel designed by Shai Grundman. Glued to fabric for preservation. Very good condition. Size 68/100cm. Moreshet Auctions
Shadrut letter from the rabbis of Hevron carried by the godly Rabbi
A Shadrut letter signed by the great rabbis of Hevron. Sent to the Gaon Rabbi EliyahuHaTzarfati of Morocco, sent in the hands of Rabbi Amram ben Divan. In the letter they describethe difficult situation of the city and tell about the Jews who are in prison. As is known, in thisdelegation he met HaHida in Egypt, and after great worries he sailed for Morocco and died therenext to Ouazzane on Tu B'Av 1782. On the letter are signatures from great rabbis of Hevron:Rabbi Aharon Alfandri, the Markevet HaMishnah and Yad Aharon (HaHida praises him a lot inhis book). Rabbi Avraham Gedalya (signature erased). Rabbi Hayim Yehuda Gometz Pato,Rabbi Pinhas Mordechai Bagayo. Rabbi Hiya Zeevi. Rabbi Amram ben Divan is mentioned withfear and awe by the Jews of Morocco, he was born in Jerusalem in 1740 and became a student ofthe revealed and hidden Torah. He settled in Hevron, and in 1763 he was sent as a Shadar toMorocco with an appointment letter signed by Rav Yitzhak Zeev. After he travelled aroundMorocco and gathered the donations for Hevron, he returned to Israel. After a short time in Israelhe left again for a second time in 1773. He stayed more than 8 years, most in Makanes by RabbiZecharya Masas. The reason for his stay was the tribal war taking place outside Makanes, thoughit seems possible his medical situation also prevented him from travelling, as a result of his deepasceticism. He left Fez and then Tangiers in 1782, but died on the way back to Israel and isburied in the cemetery of Asjan next to Lusan. His grave is a pilgrimage site in Morocco. Storiesof his miracles abound. The paytan Rav David Hassin, who knew him personally for many years,composed a piyyut in his honor and called it HaHar HATov. This letter appeared in a book ofshluchim by Avraham Ya'ari published by Mossad HaRav Kook in Jerusalem, 1951, p. 585.Attached is an official letter on letterhead by Rabbi Refael HaTzarfati, who inherited the letter.The letter underwent professional restoration. Damage to the text through the letter in the center.Generally ok to good condition. Attached is a certificate from Rav Shimon Schwartz, shlita. An important Judaica item. Moreshet Auctions
2 posters/rare letters from the Admor HaReetz?Brooklyn 1942-3.
1. Printed letter from the Admor HaReetz, to the students of yeshivot in the days leading up to the High Holidays. Brooklyn 1942, size 33cm. In the margins, an additional letter is printed from Rabbi Menahem Schneerson, ?Machaneh Yisrael? 770, Brooklyn, 1943. Letter in Yiddish.\n2. Printed letter from the Admor HaReetz, ?to all the sons and daughters of Israel, wherever they are,? a letter to strengthen their carrying out of mitzvoth, written in Yiddish, alongside a printed letter in English. 1943. Size 28cm.\nExcellent condition, light signs of folding. Moreshet Auctions
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