Auction 124 Part 1 Clearance Sale Part 1
Sep 22, 2020
 3 Shatner Center 1st Floor Givat Shaul Jerusalem

We are pleased to present to you for the first time, Winner's Annual Clearance Sale.

We have assembled approximately 700 interesting, rare and diverse items across various areas of interest whose common denominator is their low opening price, much lower than their real value.

Almost all start at $10

Auction is time based automatically with no Auctioneer.

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LOT 46:

Song in Honor of the Coronation of William I, King of Holland, 1818

Sold for: $220
Start price:
$ 10
Estimated price:
$150 - $200
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Song in Honor of the Coronation of William I, King of Holland, 1818

Song of praise in honor of the coronation of King William I by Rabbi David Leon, moreh tzeddek and cantor of our congregation. [Amsterdam], 1818. Extraordinarily rare; not listed in the Bibliography.

King William ascended to the throne in 1815 and this song was apparently printed in honor of the third anniversary of his ascension to the throne (or there was a printing error, and it should read 1815).

Handwritten correction and addition, possibly in the hand of the songwriter.

[1] leaf paper, 15x19 cm. Thick, high-quality paper.

Fine condition. Fold marks.