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Auction No. 27

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LOT: 076

A letter from the Rebbe with a blessing for “a complete recovery” in his handwriting – Chanukah 1965

A typewritten letter with an addition in the Rebbe’s handwriting, written during Chanukah 1965 with the blessing “May it be His will that in both collective and individual matters the light increases like the law of Chanukah, in which light is added each day…this light will illuminate and penetrate everything” and ends “with a blessing for good news in all the above and a Chanukah that suits the above”, and a handwritten blessing “and a complete recovery”, the Rebbe’s handwritten signature. He then writes source references for things mentioned in the letter and adds in his handwriting “And I will mention him at the grave again.” The Lubavitcher Rebbe – the Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn of Lubavitch – the seventh rebbe of Lubavitch (April 18, 1902 – June 12, 1994). The recipient of the letter is Rabbi Alexander Sender Yudasin – one of the foremost Lubavitch rabbis in the Holy Land, the rabbi of the chassidic community in Jaffa for almost half a century, a member of a beit din and author of books on the Talmud and the Tanya. Born in Belarus and studied when he was young in the Lubavitch Tomchei Temimim yeshiva under the Rebbe Rashab. After the First World War he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in the city of Kherson in the Ukraine and was ordained to the rabbinate by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneersohn – the father of the last Lubavitcher Rebbe conducted his wedding ceremony. He was in close contact with the Rebbe Rayatz and was arrested several times by the Soviet authorities because of his activities. In 1934 he immigrated to Israel and settled in Tel Aviv, where he later appointed as rabbi of the Jaffa community, a position he held for almost fifty years. He was in close contact by letter with the last Rebbe of Lubavitch. Author of Tomchei Temimim on the Talmud and Halekach V’halibuv on the book of the Tanya. Died on 8th Kislev 1983.
Item sold at $750 Starting at $500
LOT: 077

A letter from the Rebbe from 24 Tevet the yartzheit of the Ba’al Hatanya in which the Rebbe wishes “And may we soon merit … a boundless inheritance” with a handwritten addition “for good news and longevity…” 1967

A typewritten letter on an official letterhead of the Rebbe that was written on a special date (that the Rebbe refers to further on in the letter) – Friday after midday on 24 Tevet, the date the Alter Rebbe died, 1967. In the letter the Rebbe describes at length the great level of the Alter Rebbe and the great level of the date itself. Further on in the letter the Rebbe reveals a little about the greatness of the Ba’al Hatanya himself. The Lubavitcher Rebbe – the Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn of Lubavitch – the seventh rebbe of Lubavitch (April 18, 1902 – June 12, 1994). The recipient of the letter is Rabbi Alexander Sender Yudasin – one of the foremost Lubavitch rabbis in the Holy Land, the rabbi of the chassidic community in Jaffa for almost half a century, a member of a beit din and author of books on the Talmud and the Tanya. Born in Belarus and studied when he was young in the Lubavitch Tomchei Temimim yeshiva under the Rebbe Rashab. After the First World War he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in the city of Kherson in the Ukraine and was ordained to the rabbinate by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneersohn – the father of the last Lubavitcher Rebbe conducted his wedding ceremony. He was in close contact with the Rebbe Rayatz and was arrested several times by the Soviet authorities because of his activities. In 1934 he immigrated to Israel and settled in Tel Aviv, where he later appointed as rabbi of the Jaffa community, a position he held for almost fifty years. He was in close contact by letter with the last Rebbe of Lubavitch. Author of Tomchei Temimim on the Talmud and Halekach V’halibuv on the book of the Tanya. Died on 8th Kislev 1983.
Item sold at $800 Starting at $500
LOT: 078

A letter from the Rebbe that discusses the festival of redemption of the Mittler Rebbe and the Ba’al Hatanya “Our day of redemption by the Messiah, soon” – Kislev 1968

A typewritten letter dated 10 Kislev 1968 “As it is the date of the redemption of the Mittler Rebbe and a few days before the day the Alter Rebbe was redeemed, which are also days of preparation for this day.” The Rebbe writes briefly and clearly about how efforts must be made to improve in the “three aforementioned lines” and ends with a blessing: “The day of redemption for G-d and his children, the great and awesome day of G-d, our day of redemption by the Messiah very soon. Wishing you a happy redemption day” and his handwritten signature. This is followed by long source references for the topics that appeared in the letter. The Lubavitcher Rebbe – the Rebbe Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneersohn of Lubavitch – the seventh rebbe of Lubavitch (April 18, 1902 – June 12, 1994). The recipient of the letter is Rabbi Alexander Sender Yudasin – one of the foremost Lubavitch rabbis in the Holy Land, the rabbi of the chassidic community in Jaffa for almost half a century, a member of a beit din and author of books on the Talmud and the Tanya. Born in Belarus and studied when he was young in the Lubavitch Tomchei Temimim yeshiva under the Rebbe Rashab. After the First World War he established a branch of Tomchei Temimim in the city of Kherson in the Ukraine and was ordained to the rabbinate by Rabbi David Zvi Chen. The kabbalist Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneersohn – the father of the last Lubavitcher Rebbe conducted his wedding ceremony. He was in close contact with the Rebbe Rayatz and was arrested several times by the Soviet authorities because of his activities. In 1934 he immigrated to Israel and settled in Tel Aviv, where he later appointed as rabbi of the Jaffa community, a position he held for almost fifty years. He was in close contact by letter with the last Rebbe of Lubavitch. Author of Tomchei Temimim on the Talmud and Halekach V’halibuv on the book of the Tanya. Died on 8th Kislev 1983.
Item sold at $800 Starting at $500
LOT: 079

A portrait painting of the Divrei Chaim of Sanz – oil on wood, 19th century, unidentified artist

An impressive painting, oil paint on wood, a portrait of Rabbi Chaim Halberstam, the Divrei Chaim of Sanz. Original, beautiful and impressive work that appears to have been painted during the subject’s lifetime [19th century]. Signed by an unidentified artist. In a wooden frame. Dimensions: 34*49 cm. Slight cracks in the painting, slight blemishes on the frame. Very good overall condition
Starting at $500
LOT: 080

Wood on oil, a portrait of the Rebbe the Pnei Menachem of Gur – Israel, 20th century. Painted by the well-known artist Victor Brindatch signed

An impressive hand-painted picture, oil on wood, a depiction of the Rebbe Rabbi Pinchas Menachem Alter author of the Pnei Menachem of Gur – precise work by the well-known artist Victor Brindatch (Виктор Бриндатч). The Rebbe is depicted wearing a spodik, as is customary in his court, wrapped in a tallit and holding a kiddush cup in his hand (suitable for shabbat morning or for a circumcision ceremony at which the Rebbe was honored to be the one to recite the blessings). Painted in the background are depictions of framed pictures, the previous rebbes in the dynasty – his brother the Rebbe the Beit Yisrael, and their father the Imrei Emmet of Gur. Signed in Hebrew and in another language. Especially impressive wooden frame. Dimensions including the frame 27*37 cm. Very good overall condition. Victor Brindatch (born on May 10, 1941) is a Jewish artist of Russian origins who currently lives and is active in Israel. A member of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association and formerly a member of the Painters and Sculptors Association in the U.S.S.R. His works are inspired a lot by daily life in Israel and the Israeli mentality, by Jewish folklore and the volatile situation in Israel. In his paintings he often describes current political events. His works include pictures that depict situations and events connected to Jews in Israel and worldwide: pictures of festivals and people celebrating, soldiers and battles, European Jewry. He has held many exhibitions in Israel and worldwide that are attended by many people thanks to his special and unique style that has led to him having a prominent place among his artist contemporaries.
Item sold at $550 Starting at $300
LOT: 081

A portrait of the Rebbe of Chantzin – oil on cloth in an especially magnificent and impressive frame – signed by the artist Victor Brindatch, Israel, 20th century

An impressive painting in oil paints on cloth, in a magnificent and impressive wooden frame, the work of the Russian-Israeli artist Victor Brindatch. On the back of the painting are the words: “Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Horowitz – Rebbe of Chantzin. Died on 18 Tevet 1916. Painted from an old painting.” A work in the style of the famous paintings of Isidor Kaufmann. Signed by the artist. Dimensions of the picture without the frame: 15*23 cm, including the frame: 45*50 cm. Slight cracks and blemishes on the frame. Very good overall condition. Victor Brindatch (born on May 10, 1941) is a Jewish artist of Russian origins who currently lives and is active in Israel. A member of the Israel Painters and Sculptors Association and formerly a member of the Painters and Sculptors Association in the U.S.S.R. His works are inspired a lot by daily life in Israel and the Israeli mentality, by Jewish folklore and the volatile situation in Israel. In his paintings he often describes current political events. His works include pictures that depict situations and events connected to Jews in Israel and worldwide: pictures of festivals and people celebrating, soldiers and battles, European Jewry. He has held many exhibitions in Israel and worldwide that are attended by many people thanks to his special and unique style that has led to him having a prominent place among his artist contemporaries.
Starting at $300
LOT: 082

A large and impressive painting of three rabbis studying, oil on cloth – Europe early 20th century, unidentified artist

A large oil painting on cloth, large and impressive in a magnificent frame, of three rabbis who are sitting and studying. The work is signed by an unknown artist. Most likely from Europe, early 20th century. Dimensions without frame: 43*53 cm. With frame: 76*86 cm. Blemishes on the frame. Good overall condition.
Starting at $300