Auction 12 Judaica objects, Hasidism, Sanz dynasty, Chabad, Pessach Haggadot, gra, rare books, autographs - dedications - stamps - manuscripts and letters, holocaust, postcards, Zionism - Eretz Israel and more.
May 3, 2020

Judaica objects and religious objects, Hasidic patterns and consents, Hasidism and its affairs, Sanz dynasty, Chabad, prayer books, rare books, Pessach Haggadot, GRA and Lithuania Greatis , Dedications - stamps - signatures and drawings, manuscripts and letters, postcards, Holocaust and sheerit hapleta, Kabbalah and Amulets, Zionism and the Land of Israel.

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LOT 208:

'Mi yelech al kidish hashem''...". Letter of mercy in handwriting and signature of the gaon Rabbi Issachar Meir to ...

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'Mi yelech al kidish hashem''...". Letter of mercy in handwriting and signature of the gaon Rabbi Issachar Meir to Maran Rabbi Shach.
"The ''gzeiras hasmad'' of the koifrim threaten us ... "Mi yelech al kidish hashem..."
Letter regarding the election and how to act, handwritten letter and the signature of the gaon Rabbi Issachar Meir Head of the Negev Yeshiva to Maran Rabbi Shach. The document on an official letter from the Negev Yeshiva.
Tammuz 1984, 16 lines, 175 / 24.5 cm. White paper, folding marks, excellent condition.