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 239:

). "And I hope to god. I will soon be able to return to my work at the Yeshiva in the holy land, ". Letter'birkat ...

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). "And I hope to god. I will soon be able to return to my work at the Yeshiva in the holy land, ". Letter'birkat mazel tov' ktav yad kodsho from rabbi isar zalmen meltser baal 'even azel' genious rabbi avraham yakov zelznik Rehovot, 1949.
Contents: Letter "Birkat Mazel Tov" 
, on the occasion of the joy of Bar Mitzvah to his son Rabbi Yitzchak David Zelznik (later of the great talmidei chacomim of the Bnei Brak community in the city of Bnei Brak, and the Yad Yitzhak CBS) upon the arrival of ol Torah and Mitzvah, and also congratulates the Elderly naar Bar Mitzvah Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Zelznick, he shall be zoche to lots of naches and of all his decendants, and concludes with the blessing 'lo yomisho mipichu umipi zarachu' etc. And the peace of his father-in-law, Rabbi Yisrael Luria mankey hadaat of Jerusalem.
The letter was written from Rehovot, where the genius 'baal ha'even azel' apparently resided in the home of his son Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Melzer rabe of the city of Rehovot, due to his illness on his leg. And finishes hoping to get better on his leg pain, "And I hope to GD. I will soon be able to return to my job at a problem session."
. Specifications: Dimensions: 22/14 cm. Slots page. 15 lines in lettering and signature. Very good condition.

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