Medallion of the Government Coins & Metals Corporation, made from silver, numbered edition, on the side 999.9, IGCMC stamped. On one side of the medallion the picture of the Rabbi of Chabad and above it the writing “The Rabbi from Lubavitch, Our Master, Teacher, and Rabbi, Menachem Mendel Schneerson”, and on the other side an engraving of the house of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, 770. Above it the writing “you burst forth,” Genesis 28:14. Total weight 106g, height 6cm, width 5cm.
Complete set including 50 symbols of the largest airlines in the world, in its original case. The symbols are from silver stamped 925. Size of the symbols are 1-2cm. The length of the box is 28cm. Excellent condition.
An oil lamp made of silver and glass with engraved dedications to a synagogue from 1928 at the top. The bottom dedication Since 1957.
The glass is not genuine. Overall length 75 cm glass. Top diameter: 16 cm. Lower Diameter: 24 cm.
Memorial candle from pewter. For hanging in the synagogue, with the writing “Holy Community of Sirtzek,” “in the year 1866”. On the cover is the writing “may his memory be blessed.” Germany. 1866. Maximum size 20cm.
Brass candlestick with 4 branches designed by Ludwig (Judah) Wolpert Israel, around the year 1950. Brass. Stamped at the bottom “Jerusalem Wolpert.” Base of the candlestick is a curved rod, upon which is written “Israel.” The candle holders have a decoration in the shape of a drop. Maximum size: 13cm. Good condition.
1. Miniature Brass Menorah-with drawer for oil refill with an embossed depiction of Aharon Hakohen lighting the Menorah. and engraved "Hedliku Nerot Bechatzrot Kodshecha Ve'Kavu Shmonat Yemei Chanucka". On the bottom, the seven species with Betzalel Jerusakem stamp.
2.Embossed copper depiction of "Shimshon Ha'Gibor" and the lion scene.
A brass hanukkiah made from casting and sawing work, stamped and numbered. In the center writing is engraved “DESIGN APPL No 841 Israel A Great Miracle Happened There.” It would appear it was made for people living outside of Israel. The tailgate is made into two olive branches, eight cornets shaped into ceramic lamps organized in a semi-circle. The shamash is identified by a small pitcher shaped into a ceramic lamp. In the center is a heavy pitcher in the shape of an oil pitcher. Numbered 836.
A metal hanukkiah, crafted by the artist Aryeh Ofir, etched with figures of the Western Wall liberators, Hertzl, people praying at the Western Wall, an “illegal immigrant” boat from the Mandate period, a hora dance, and immigrants in tents, with the writing “100 Years of Zionism” and the symbol of the State. Height: 18cm, Width: 20cm.
Jerusalem Hanukkiah for hanging on a prominent wall made of reddish copper. With engraving work “these candles are holy,” a menorah and Star of David. 29x33cm. Missing the shamash. Made in Israel in the 1940s.
Hanukkiah crafted by Ludwig (Judah) Wolpert around 1950. Brass. On the base of the hanukkiah, “Israel,” and stamped on the reverse side ““Jerusalem Wolpert.” Written “To you we praise this beauty.” Missing the candleholders. Good condition in general. Maximum size: 15x15cm
Metal hanukkiah for the synagogue in the Jerusalem style merged with the Damascus style. Includes the engraved writing “these candles they are holy” “for the miracles and the wonders” and Zion. Length: 50cm. Jerusalem from the 1940s.
Work sheet. Sawing. Chisel and casting crown. Birds. Bowl with fruit. Palm trees around the sides and chicks around it.
Done by the artist B. SZKARLAT works were made mainly in the 80s of the 19th century, the Karelian capital letters stamped with the seal of the city and the quality of money 84. weight of 440 grams.
Tess for a Sefer Torah flattening work, stamped 800 silver.In the center of the Tess, 2 lions holding two Tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments, at the top of the Tess a big Torah crown and both sides small Torah crowns decorated, with writing a dedication in memory of, the bottom tray has floral decorations with round frame, inside the cone is a dedication for the contribution of Mrs. Bluma Motyl and her sons Tzvi and Madad. 3 clips for hanging in back.
At the bottom of the tess 4 bells hanging (lacking Bell 1).
Maximum width 23 cm, weight 283 grams.
Torah finials made of silver and thin wires of silver, silver balls and filigree work, made in Israel bejeweled according to the tradition of Yemen. It would seem to be from the years of the Yemenite aliyah to Israel. Size: 6x25cm, weight 348g.
The second part of the Zohar on the Book of Exodus printed by the Rabbis Shapira the grandsons of the Rav of Slavita, Zhitomir, 1863. (1) p. 279; 20cm. Very good condition, original leather binding with engraving.