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 209:

. "And perhaps in our time ... everything is considered as one city for charity." A long letter in the Laws of ...

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. "And perhaps in our time ... everything is considered as one city for charity." A long letter in the Laws of Charity, signed and added by Rabbi Nathan Gestetner
. A long letter in a typewriter on an official letter document, the letter deals with the law of charity regarding the affairs of the poor in your city Kodmin and whether the affairs of Jerusalem precede the poor of Israel. The letter was sent to Rabbi Ze'ev Freand by Rabbi Natan Gestetner. The letter includes 2 pages with an official envelope Which was written in honor of Rabbi Zeev Freund ... The letter is full of amendments and additions to Rabbi Natan Gestetner's signature and signature. Bnei Brak, Adar 2002, 50 lines, 21.5 / 27.5 cm. White paper, folding marks, excellent condition....

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