New York: June 4, 1947. Fine portrait of the Jewish-Italian author and painter (1902-1975), member of the Resistance... Read More about Portrait photograph of Carlo Levi
UNIQUE, SAM & EDGAR BRONFMAN"S PRAYER BOOKS. Read More about 5 Prayer books for "Service of the Synagogue"
New York: American Jewish Historical Society, 2001. First edition of which this is No. 74 of 600 copies, signed by Saul Touster. Read More about Beyond Words A Holocaust History in Sixteen Woodcuts Done in 1945 by Miklos Adler, a Hungarian...
Rome: Typis. Sac. Congreg. de Prop. Fide, 1771. First edition. Read More about Alphabetum Hebraicum Addito Samaritano et Rabbinico cum Oratione Dominicali, Salutatione...
[1883-1884]. An extensive and outstanding manuscript account of travel and exploration in southern Africa during late 1883 and early 1884 by Abraham Anscher, a Polish Jewish immigrant to Chicago. The manuscript is composed in the form of a letter addressed to Edith Delia Rogalski, but really comprises a travelogue or..... Read More about Detailed Narrative of an 1883-1884 Expedition Through Southern Africa, Written by Exploring Party...
Leipzig: Weidmann; Hirzel [parts 2-6], 1851-1860. First Edition. Read More about Kurzgefasstes exegetisches Handbuch zu des Apokryphen des Alten Testamentes. [In six parts:] ...
Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, 1753. First edition. Presentation Copy from Dr. Chauncy: A Response to Jonathan Edwards. A response to Jonathan Edwards's strict orthodoxy published shortly after his dismissal and with an early American description of a Jewish synagogue on pp. 3-4 (albeit from a Christian perspective)..... Read More about An humble attempt to give a clear account from Scripture, how the Jewish and Christian churches...
Odessa: Defus Moriyah, . H.N. Bialik (1873-1934), poet of the modern Hebrew revival. Born in Volyhnia, and from 1900 to 1921 based in Odessa where he taught and founded a publishing house. Bialik moved to Berlin and later Tel Aviv. Read More about Shirim
Berlin: M. Poppelauer, 1899-1901. First Edition. 1. Theil, Der Pentateuch; 2. Theil, Die prosaischen schriften; 3. Theil, Die Propheten. Read More about Mikrâ ki-pheschutô (Die Schrift nach ihrem Wortlaut) Scholien und kritische Bemerkungen zu den...
[Leiden]: Ex. Officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1611. Finely Bound Plantin Press Printing of 4 Books of the Hebrew Bible. The first four books of the Prophets — Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings — of the Hebrew Bible, printed by the heirs of Franciscus Raphelengius, who ran the Leiden branch of the press..... Read More about Libri Iehosuah, Iudicum, Samuelis et Regum, Hebraice: Cum interlineari versione Xantis Pagnini;...
New York: c. 1943]. A fine portrait of Armenian-born Kelekian (1868-1951), one of the most important art/antiquites dealers of the modern era. Known to his peers as the "dean of antiquities", Kelekian's connoisseurship of the ancient art of the Near East opened the eyes of many Americans to a heritage..... Read More about Portrait of Dikran G. Kelekian
Griphiswaldiae [Greifswald]: Typis Caroli Hopneri, Julii 1723. First edition. Read More about Commentatio anti-Rabbinica in Ps. XXIII de Messia Pastore et Convivatore Nostro
July 17th, 1956. Jewish Lord Mayor of Dublin. Read More about TLS. To Mrs McCullough
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, . First edition. Inscribed "To Shirley (Clurman) - Dick would have enjoyed this! I hope you do. Love, Edgar" Read More about The Making of A Jew
Hall in Tirol (Austria) and Berlin: August 1-October 25, 1909. A group of letters by the Jewish writer and philosopher Martin Buber (1878-1965), then serving as Editor in Chief for the Berlin publisher Rütten & Loening, to a literary agent who had submitted manuscripts of several different writers, mainly to..... Read More about A collection of 5 Autograph Letters Signed ("Buber") and 1 Autograph Postcard Signed...
Charleston: James S. Burges, 1827. First and only edition. Rarity of American Judaica. A rare pamphlet issued by the first Jewish Reform movement in the United States, the Sephardic Reformed Society of Israelites in Charleston, South Carolina, recording an address by one of the movement’s leaders. The Reformed Society of..... Read More about A Discourse Delivered in Charleston, (S.C) on the 21st of Nov. 1827, Before the Reformed Society...
New York: July 4, 1941. Variant of the portrait from the same session published in Portraits: The Photography of Carl Van Vechten (1978). Read More about Portrait photograph of Marc Chagall
London: Abelard-Schuman, . Read More about Siberia. A Poem by Abraham Sutzkever. Translated from the Yiddish and Introduced by Jacob...
New York: Braziller; Monte Carlo: Andre Sauret, . Chagall, Marc. First American Edition. With Two Original Lithos. Read More about The Jerusalem Windows. Text and notes by Jean Leymarie. Translated from the French by Elaine...
New York: February 11, 1930. ‘It Can Be Done’. An encouraging letter by one of the founders of Universal Studios. Reading in part: “When I reached America in 1884, I was probably about your age. I was the proud possessor of $50.00 - - A world of adventure lay ahead..... Read More about Typed letter signed "Carl Laemmle" to "Mr. Halpern" (Seymour Halpern) in...
New York: Bloch, 1941. First edition. Inscribed to Al Himmelfarb by the author. Read More about Jewish life in South America. A survey study for The American Jewish Congress. With a foreword by...
London: Robert Holden & Co, . Born in 1854 in Liverpool to an Irish mother, Cohen sailed for the Cape at 17 to Kimberley and went into partnership with Barney Barnato in 1873 (they were cousins). During this time, Cohen was a contributor to the Dutoitspan Herald. His first book..... Read More about Reminiscences of Johannesburg & London
[Brooklyn, NY.]: Mesorah Publucations Ltd, [April, 1993]. Ninth Impession. Prayer books for High Holy Days. Read More about The Complete Artscroll Machzor: Succos, Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, Shavuos, Pesach
New York: Published by David Longworth, 1808. Published in the same year as the first English edition. Read More about The Jew of Mogadore, A Comic Opera, in Three Acts...[Published in London, 1808
London: C. Dilly, 1794. First edition. Sheva -- not Shylock. "Cumberland . . . tried to reverse the image of the Jew created by Shakespeare in The Merchant of Venice . . . In the person of Sheva, Cumberland brought a new kind of Jew to the English stage. Sheva..... Read More about The Jew: a Comedy. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury Lane
London: Andrew Melrose Ltd. 3 York St. Covent Gardens, n.d. [ca. 1928?]. Inscribed to David Sarnoff. A novel set in ancient Israel, during the time of the invasion of the Assyrians. Inscribed to the radio and television pioneer, David Sarnoff:"To David Sarnoff"The man who not only possesses the rare human..... Read More about Huns in Palestine