Lots #172-217 - Postcards, photos
All starting prices are stated in
Hungarian Forints (HUF)0 HUF
1 USD = 28
All the items are in
very good condition unless otherwise stated.
city view with the synagogue. (Müller Mór publisher), around 1910.
Mailed: 1913 (slight stain).
synagogue. Color postcard, between 1900-1910. Framed.
synagogue. (The statusquo great synagogue, demolished.) Color postcard,
around 1910. Mailed in 1914.
mosaic postcard, the full view of the synagogue and city view with
synagogue. Mailed in August 1944!
synagogue. Prined in 1918, in 1922 Slovak caption was added, unused.
Scalloped edge. RARE!
(Cluj) synagogue. Schuster Emil publisher, 1910. Later Romanian caption
was added to the Hungarian postcard. Mailed, not stamped.
synagogue, around 1910. Published by Róth Jenő, unused.
synagogue. Mosaic postcard. Mailed, 1908.
synagogue. Around 1920. Mailed, 1931. RARE!
street scene with the synagogue and the Jewish school. Published by
Moskovits Izidor, Nagyberezna, Velika Berezna. 1930s. Mailed, 1940, to Elefánt
Rudolf and family, Mátyásföld.
synagogue. Mosaic postcard. Mailed, 1904.
city view postcard of Stanislawow (Stanislau, Poland) with synagogue.
Komlósi street with synagogue. 1918. Color, unused.
synagogue. 1920s, unused.
synagogue. Mailed, 1904. This early, rare postcard was published right
after the opening (1903) of the synagogue.
view with the synagogue, around 1910. Unused.
(Uzhorod) synagogue with riverside. 1923, color, unused.
synagogue, around 1910. Unused. RARE!
Year color greeting postcard with Hebrew and Hungarian caption. (Rabbi
with student.) Unused, Hungary, 1920s. Slightly folded.
Year greeting postcard from the World War 1, in Hebrew and German, with
prayer text. Unused. RARE!
Year photo postcard with Hebrew, Yiddish and English caption. New York,
around 1910. (Made in Germany, worn edges.)
Year color greeting postcard, with synagogue motives (rabbi and cantor
with the Torah). Germany, around 1910. Mailed, 1912.
Year postcard: traditional Jewish family, with Hebrew caption. 1910s,
Scalloped edge. Mailed, 1920.
postcard: World War 1 Jewish soldiers pray with the Torah and prayer
book. On the backside hand written: Tabernacle holiday service at the shore
of the Piave (Italy). Hirsch Salamon rabbi, Photo by Woltitz
postcard: WWI. Prisoner of War (dr. Löwy Géza) self photo from the
prisoner camp (Douglas, Isle of Man, England) mailed, personal
Mailed to Gellért Manóné, Monor, Hungary. Censored, stamped.
labor Field post correspondence postcard, with stamping of 101/47.
mixed laborer company. Postal stamping (1941. IV. 25.), censored.
Mailed to Budapest.
labor camp correspondence postcards mailed from the Nagykáta post
office, 13 and 14 April 1942. (2 pieces)
labor camp correspondence postcard. Written by Dr. Schwarcz Tibor
medical doctor from the VI. Special Laborer Company (Doctor Company),
Jolsva, 29 June 1944. Reports and inquires about the fate of family
members and the question of exceptions. Censored, with stampings.
postcard, derogatory caricature of a Jewish pub. With star of David and
the portrait of the owner. Around 1910, unused.
about the Halutz life in Israel (2 pieces) 1920s. (One printed in Haifa,
the other in Krakow, Poland)
postcard with the Omar mosque. Mailed (Turkish Empire stamp with
Palestine overstamping, intersting, rare postal history item),
(today capital of Libya), Jewish square. Around 1930, with Italian
caption: Tripoli – Quartiore Ebraico. Unused.
postcards of Biblical figures, with Russian, Hebrew and other captions. Russian
Poland, 1910s. (Lot of 6 pieces)
postcard: Kinder-spieleray. New York, around 1910. Stained, worn edge.
written correspondence postcard: letter from Hellinger Saul „héber
szolga” (Hebrew slave) written in Yiddish and Hungarian. Gátalja,
1915. (to Dr. Szabolcsi Lajos, editor of Egyenlőség!)
Mózes (Moshe Sofer, author of „Chatam Sofer”), chief rabbi
of Pozsony (Pressburg) printed portrait after drawing, with Hebrew
caption. Size: 16x11 cm.
postcard, original photo of Löw Immánuel, under the picture words by
Tardos-Taussig Ármin Jewish artist. Mailed: Szeged, 1929. (The
letter is from the artist, recommendation of the photo mailed to the sister
of Lőw Immánuel in Temesvár.)
photo of Löw Immánuel, with a woman family member. Taken in 1920.
photo of Rosenberg Sándor chief rabbi of Arad. Arad, around
of Kálmán Ödön chief rabbi, Neumann Magda teacher and one class of the Köbánya
Jewish Community school from 1932.
Size (with border): 16,5 x 25 cm.
postcard: students and teachers of the Verpelét Yeshiva. Verpelét, late
1930s, early 1940s. Slightly stained.
postcard: Verpelét, Yeshiva. „Stein internátusa” (Internate of
Stein) caption. Late 1930s, early 1940s. Slight stains.
small photo of the old Teleki square market, Jewish merchant with store.
Photo by Kozelka T., Budapest (1930s)
photo album: „Album. Az Első Izraelita Szentföldi Utazás,
1905-ben”. (Erste Israelitische Gesellschafts-Reise nach dem heiligen
Lande im J. 1905.)(=First Jewish Travel to the Holy Land in 1905.) 34
photo postcards, with Hungarian and German captions. At the front of the
album list of participants. Budapest, 1905. In original, slightly
worn binding. UNIQUE!
press photos from the Hungarian Zionist Association congress, April
1928, with Kahán Niszon president. Large photos, one showing the
presidential podium, four others show the audience on all sides in a
panoramic view. UNIQUE!
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