Judaica auction in Budapest 26 May, 2002

Books, small prints 

Yearbooks, periodicals 

Posters, graphics, engraving, certificate 

Postcards, photos

Documents, manuscripts 

a, community life 

b, economic life 

c, Jewish matters, rabbis, manuscript 

d, Family and school documents 

e, Holocaust

 Hebrew and Yiddish books (Hebraica)

prices are stated in Hungarian Forints (1 HUF = 260 USD)
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I.                  Books, small prints

1.       Áchád Háám: Tanulmányok. (Studies) In Hebrew and Hungarian, notes from the new Hebrew literature. Debrecen, 1942. 16 p. Rare small print!

2.200,-

2.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Bánáti Fischer Árpád: Magyar-zsidó vonatkozások. (Historical overview of the Hungarian Jewish co-existence.) Budapest, 1940. 32 p. With ownership stamp of Dr. Ettel Jenő lawyer, Esztergom.

1.600,-

3.        (ANTI-SEMITISM) Buk Miklós: A kétezeréves út. (Historical sociology of the Jewish question.) (Javne books 13.) Published by the Hungarian Jewish Pro Palestine Society. (Budapest, 1943) 202 p.

1.800.-

4.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Clemenceau, Georges: Jüdische Gestalten. Early work of the author, not anti-Semite, but portraits its figures in a rigorous manner with humor. Wien–Leipzig, not dated. IV+178 p. In original hardcover.

2.600,-

5.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Huber Lipót (theology teacher from Kalocsa): A Talmud… „A Kalocsai Érseki Hatóság jóváhagyásával” (The Talmud, with special regard to the New Testament. Culture historical and Biblical study with extracts.) Budapest, 1897. (Anti-Semitic content!) 280 p. In half leather binding, worn, gilt spine.

4.000.-

6.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Koigen, David (Starokonstantinow, 1879–Berlin, 1933): Das Haus Israel.  Berlin, 1934. (On the first anniversary of the author’s death. Selected writings about the Jewish question.) Schocken Verlag, 80 p. Damaged spine, original cover. 

2.000.-

7.        (ANTI-SEMITISM) Komlós Jenő: A zsidó fájdalom könyve. (Book of the Jewish distress. Budapest, 1939) Published by the author, 175 p. In original half cloth binding. 

3.600,-

8.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Körber, Lili: Ruth és a Harmadik Birodalom. (Ruth and the Third Empire.) Budapest, 1934. 342 p. In original cover, slightly damaged spine.

2.600.-

9.       (ANTI-SEMITISM) Sós Endre: A demokrácia öngyilkossága. (The lethal path of the Weimar Republic. Magyar Téka publ. (Budapest, 1947.) Szabad Vasmegye print, Szombathely. 232 p. In original cover.

3.000,-

10.   (ANTI-SEMITISM) Szabó Imre (high priest of the Budapest Reformed Christian Bishopric): Az antiszemitizmus hatása a zsidóságra. (The impact of anti-Semitism on the Jewry). Budapest, 1934. (Published by the Scottish mission) 8 p. 

1.500,-

11.   (ANTI-SEMITISM) Szász Zoltán: Magyarság és zsidóság. (Hungarism and Judaism. The Jewish question, anti-Semitism and Jewish presence.) Budapest, (around 1940) 260 p. Original full cloth binding.

4.000,-

12.   (ANTI-SEMITISM) Székely Béla: Az antiszemitizmus és története. (The Anti-Semitism and its history.) Budapest, (1936). 382 p. Tábor publ. Original, gilt half cloth binding. 

3.000,-

13.   Ben-Chaviv: 613 héber mondások (!) a mindennapi életből. (In Hebrew, German and Hungarian. Study book for new immigrants.) Tel-Aviv, 1948. With reading exercises and illustrations. 155 p. Original cover.

2.000.-

14.   Berend László: Éjféli jajkiáltás. (Poems.) Published by the owner. Cover by Herman Lipót. Signed copy. Budapest, 1940. 50 p. New cover, with original title page.

1.600,-

15.   Berényi Sádor (lawyer): Új ösvényeken. (Twelve articles on the Jewish liturgical reform efforts. Budapest, 1941. 72 p. Owner inscriptions on the inner title. In original cover.

2.200.-

16.   Bettauer, Hugó: Nagyváros zsidók nélkül. (Die Stadt ohne Juden.) (Budapest, 1925) In original, worn cover. 156 p.

1.200.-

17.   (BIBLE) Psalmi ex recensione textus Hebraei… (J. A. Dathio) Halle, 1787(!). 468 p. In original, gilt, ribbed full leather binding.

26.000,-

18.   (BIBLE) Mózes öt könyve. (Five books of Moses. Translation and comments by Bloch Móricz, who later became linguist and academician Ballagi Mór, 18151891.) Volume I-II. Buda, 1840. In original cover.

5.000,-

19.   Blau Lajos (Teacher and later principal of the Budapest Rabbinical Seminar, 1861–1936): Zsidó bűvészet. (Jewish Magic. From the ancient until modern times.) (Magyar Zsidó Könyvtár IX. , editor: Patai József) Budapest, not dated. 78 p. In original, worn condition.

3.600,-

20.   Blau Lajos: A Talmud. (The Talmud. Népszerű Zsidó Könyvtár 3. Edited by Bánóczi József and Gábor Ignácz) (Budapest, around 1920) 45 p. The best Hungarian summary of the Talmud published. With Hebrew and Hungarian owner inscriptions. In original cover, slightly damaged spine.

3.000,-

21.   Carlebach, Esriel: Exotikus zsidók. (Exotic Jews. Reports about the less known Jewish communities from exotic places). (Javne books.) Published by the Hungarian Jewish Pro Palestine Society. Budapest, (1942) 114 p. In original cover, new spine.

1.800,-

22.   (COLLIGATUM, early Judaica from Nagykanizsa)

a.       Fassel, Hirsch B. (chief rabbi of Nagykanizsa): Kol Adonai. Die zehn Worte des Bundes. Gross-Kanischa, 1854. 190 p.

b.       Horschetzky, M.: Vierzehntes Buch des Jüdischen Antiquitäten des Flavius Josephus, oder Geschichte der Juden. Gross-Kanischa, 1851. 69 p.

c.       Fassel, Hirsch B.: Der Zweck des Gotteshauses (pradigt in Warasdin) Gross-Kanischa, 1861. 24 p.

d.       Fassel, Hirsch B.: Cedek u Mispat. Die mosaisch-rabbinische Tugend-und Rechtslehre. Gross-Kanischa, 1882. 254 p. (together) In contemporary, repaired amateur binding. 

30.000,-

23.   Dohány Gyula: A zsidóság nemzetiségi mozgalma. (The nationality movement of the Jewry.) Temesvár, 1919. (Publications of Temesvár Jewish National Association, 1. issue) 28 p. In original, slightly torn cover. RARE!

3.000,-

24.   Dubnov, Simon: A zsidóság története az ókortól napjainkig. (Jewish history from the ancient until the modern times. Translated from Yiddish and completed with a short history of the Hungarian Jewry by Szabolcsi Bence. Tábor publ. (Budapest, 1935) 359 p. In original cover.

3.600.-

25.   (MEMORIAL BOOK — in honour of dr. Hirschler Pál) Komlós Ottó (editor): Études orientales a la memoire de Paul Hirschler. (Eastern studies dedicated to the memory of Hirschler Pál, the martyr rabbi of Székesfehérvár.) Budapest, 1950. In French, English, Hebrew and Hungarian. Signed by the editor to Dr. Komlós Ottó. Recommendation by Heller Bernát. 144 + 12 p. In original cover. 

4.600.-

26.   Erdélyi Lajos: Régi zsidó temetők művészete. (The art of old Jewish cemeteries.) Bukarest, 1980. (hardcover, original cover page). 103 + 34 p.

2.000,-

27.   Feuchtwanger, Lion: Jud Süss (The prince and his Jew) Historical novel. Nova Irodalmi Intézet publ. Budapest, (1946). 406 p. Original cover.

2.000.-

28.   Fleg, Edmond: Miért vagyok zsidó? (Why am I Jewish?) Confessions of the Goncourt-award winning French author about his return to Judaism. Budapest, (1932) Published by Múlt és Jövő. Original hardcover, 65 p.           

2.400.-

29.   Frischmann, David (classical Israeli Hebrew author): Viseld egészséggel! Titchadesh! (Bilingual mini dictionary 3.) published by Jewish Orphanage. In Hebrew and Hungarian. Debrecen, (1948). 31 p. Together: Blank check of the Debrecen Jewish Orphanage and invitation to concert in the synagogue, 17 April 1948, recommended by Weisz Miksa rabbi. (lot of 3)

2.200,-

30.   A Hasomér Hacair a zsidó ellenállási mozgalomban. (The Hashomer Hazair in the resistance, 1942-1944. Additions to the intended historical study.) Borochow-kör publ. Budapest, 1948. In original cover, with many illustrations. 24 p. 

1.200,-

31.   Heller Bernát (ethnologist, professor of the Rabbinical Seminar, 1871-1943): Arany János viszonya a legendához és az agadához. (Arany Janos and the legends and the Aggada. Special print, from the 1929 IMIT Yearbook)  Signed by the author, to dr. (Túróczi-) Trottler József. In new hardcover, with the original title page.

2.200.-

32.   Hermann, Hugo: Palästina wie es wirklich ist. Mit 72 Bildern nach Originalaufnahmen und 2 Landkarten. Wien-Leipzig, (1934.) 415 p. In original cover.

3.200,-

33.   (HOLOCAUST) Benoschofsky Ilona–Karsai Elek: Vádirat a nácizmus ellen. (Indictment against nazism. Comprehensive work with documents, facts and figures.) (3 volumes, complete, rare.)

I.                    1944. március 19-május 15.

II.                 1944. május 15-június 30.

III.               1944. június 26-október 15.

379 p.+ 401 p.+720 p. In original cover.              

12.000.-

34.   (HOLOCAUST) Brenner Sándor: A téglagyárból indult el. (It all started in the brick factory.) Published by the author, Budapest, (1945-46) (This memoir book is dedicated to the memory of the martyrs of Neuengammen.) 176 p. in original paperback cover.

3.600,-

35.   (HOLOCAUST) Buchinger Manó: Gestapo-Banditák bűnhalmazata. (Sins of Gestapo bandits. Fourteen months in the concentration camp of Hitler.) (Budapest, 1945) 90 pages. (Published by author.) In original, worn cover.

3.200,-

36.   (HOLOCAUST) Egyház és Társadalom a fajelméletről és a II. zsidótörvény javaslatáról. (Church and Society on the race theory and the proposal of the 2. Jewish law. Manifestations of church leaders, scholars, statesmen, writers and institutions. (Edited by Sós Endre) Periszkóp publ. (Budapest, 1939.) 84 p.

5.000,-

37.   (HOLOCAUST) Fedor Ágnes: Sárga Nárcisz. (Poems, 1939-45. The journalist poet recorded the events of the persecution and the Holocaust in poems, together with comments on the political events.) (Budapest, 1945.) Magyar Téka publ. 39 p. In original cover. 

3.600,-

38.   (HOLOCAUST) Frank Erzsébet: 365 nap. (1944-1945). Poems, foreword by Zsolt Béla. Published by the Upper Hungarian Forced Laborer Group. Miskolc, 1946. 84 p. In new cover, with the original title page.

2.600,-

39.   (HOLOCAUST) Gyenes István: Gestapo. Hitler vérebei. Budapest, (1945) Magyar Téka publication. 80 p. In original paperback cover

3.200.-

40.   (HOLOCAUST) A tízhónapos tragédia (1944. március 19. – 1945. január 20.) I-II. (complete) (The ten months tragedy. Documents on the Hungarian tragedy of the Holocaust.), Budapest, Gábor Áron Publ., 1945. In original paperback cover, 56 pages. Excellent copy.

2.000,-

41.   (HOLOCAUST) Magyar Golgota. (Eight memoirs on the tragic events of the second world war and the Holocaust.) Published right after the Holocaust by Müller Károly (Gábor Áron publ.).

a., Fóthy János: Horthyliget – a magyar Ördögsziget. 89 p.

b., Lévai Jenő: Endre László, a magyar háborús bűnösök listavezetője. 112 p.

c., Gyenes István: Élet a föld alatt. 96 p.

d., Izsáky Margit: Ország a keresztfán. 85 p.

e., Lévai Jenő: A margitkörúti vészbírák. 96 p.

f., Palásti László: A bori halálút regénye. 94 p.

g., Petyke Mihály: A Gestapo foglya voltam. 118 p.

h., Vajda Zoltán József: A lapátos hadsereg. 172 p.

(Bound together, in original cover.) Budapest, 1944-1945.

22.000.-

42.   (HOLOCAUST) Képek az elhurcoltakról. (Pictures of the deportees. Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald, Dachau.) Published by the Aid Board for Fascist Deportation Victims. With foreword of Millog Sándor state secretary. (Original pictures and review on each of the camps.) Budapest, (1945). (16 o.) Rare document! 

5.000,-

43.   (HOLOCAUST) Pados Pál: Ezt nem írhattam meg Oroszországról. (Diary of a war correspondent. Experience report of a Hungarian journalist on the forced laborers, Jewish persecution, events of the front line and the destruction of the Don army.) Budapest, (1945) 124 p. In original cover.

1.500,-

44.   (HOLOCAUST) Nyiszli Miklós: Mengele boncoló orvosa voltam.(I was dissector for Mengele.) (Debrecen-Nagyvárad, 1947) 165 p. First edition. (Amateur binding, with the original cover).

2.000,-

45.   (HOLOCAUST) Parragi György: Mauthausen (report on the persecution and deportation). (Budapest, 1945) 91 p. In new cover, with the original title.

3.400,-

46.   (HOLOCAUST) Te vagy a tanú! Ukrajnától Auschwitzig (You are the witness! From Ukraine to Auschwitz. Foreword by Nagybaczoni Nagy Vilmos.) (Budapest, 1947.) (Important documentary volume about the Holocaust and its victims, with many pictures and facts) 424 pages (original, fine hardcover)

5.000,-

47.   (HOLOCAUST) Vajda Zoltán József: A lapátos hadsereg. (The army with shovel. Memoir: The life of a forced laborer under German and arrow cross terror until the Russian liberalization. Budapest, (1945). 172 p.

4.000,-

48.   (HOLOCAUST) Vihar Béla: Sárga könyv. (Yellow Book. Facts about the war losses of the Hungarian Jewry.) 1945. With illustrations by Sraga Weil. Budapest, (1945). Hechaluc publication. 215 p. In original cover.

4.200,-

49.   (HOLOCAUST) Zsadányi Oszkár: Mindenki szolgája. (Memorial of the calvary of forced laborers in Russia and Ukraine. Magyar Téka publ. 162 p. In original cover, stitched at some places.

3.000,-

50.   Hornstein, S.: Gibeath Saul. Hügel Sauls. (Enthält zwei Theile. Mit 30 Text-illustrationen.) Wien, 1903. (Biblical-Mysterious description of Israel, with contemporary shots of the Holy Land.) 120 p. In new cover, with the original title.

5.500.-

51.   Hübsch, Ludwig: 1000 Jüdische Witze zum Totlachen! Wien, (late 19th century) without pagination. Worn copy. 

5.000,-

52.   Igazságot a felvidéki zsidóságnak! (Justice to the Jews of Upper Hungary! The struggle of the Slovakian Hungarian speaking Jewry for the Hungarian interests and culture.) Budapest, 1939. 64 p. Slightly worn cover.

3.600,-

53.   (PRAYER BOOK) Kiss Arnold (chief rabbi of Buda, 1869-1940): Mirjam. (Prayers for Jewish women.) (Budapest, 1909.) 608 p. in full leather binding, worn, gilt edges, in original fitting case.

                                                                                    8.000,-

54.   (IMAKÖNYV) Trauer-Album den Andeken meines teueren Vaters. Illustriert und herausgeben von Erwin Singer. (Wien, before 1915) 26 p. Embossed hard board cover, full illustrated Art Noveau publication, with the picture of the Vienna Main Synagogue among other illustrations. To the memory of Leopold Lampl, his name hand written in gold.

8.000,-

55.   Ítéljetek! (You judge!) (Illustrated summary of the role of the Hungarian Jewry in the economic and cultural life of the country.) Edited by Vida Márton. Budapest, 1939. 62 + 2 p. (In original cover, with many photos.)

3.000,-

56.   Jüdischer Jugend-Kalender 5690. (Herausgegeben von Emil Bernhardt Cohn) Berlin, 1930. With many pictures and illustrations. 128 p. In original binding, title page slightly stained, bearing the ownership stamp of Bezirksrabbinat Landsberg (Warthe).

6.000,-

57.   Kaufmann Dávid: Al-Batlajusi nyomai a zsidó  vallás-philosophiában és „jelképes köreinek” héber fordításai. Together: Report of the Budapesti National Rabbi Seminar from 1879-1880 school year. Budapest, 1880. 59+55+26 p. RARE!

4.000,-

58.   Katona József: A 90 éves Dohány-utcai Templom. (90 years of the Dohany street Synagogue) +  Grünvald Fülöp–Naményi Ernő: Budapesti zsinagógák. (Synagogues of Budapest) Budapest, 1949. Published by the Hungarian Jewish Museum. 32 p.+16 p. picture attachment. In original cover. RARE!

2.400,-

59.   Katz József: Misnájot. (Studies on the order of civil and poenal law. The first two chapters of Baba Mecia – middle gate tractate. I. booklet (no more were published). Miskolc, 1926. Kohn Mór print, Vác. 32 p. Fragmented edges.

2.000,-

60.   Kecskeméti Ármin (martyr rabbi from Makó, private teacher at the Szeged University): Izráel története a bibliai korban.  (Israel in the time of the Bible) Tábor publ. Budapest, (1942) 342 p.+16 p. pictures (Comprehensive work on the Bible and the Jewry in the time of the Bible) Repaired original binding. 

3.000,-

61.   Kisch, Egon Ervin: A hét gettó. (The seven ghettos) Pozsony (Bratislava), 1938. Eugen Prager publ. 166 p. In new cover, with the original front and rear cover pages.

2.400,-

62.   Kiss Arnold (rabbi of Buda, 18691940): Sámuel Hanagid Ibn Nagdéla (Biography of the middle-ages Hebrew poet, minister and army leader) (Budapest, around 1921.) (Népszerű Zsidó Könyvtár 20.) 68 p. In original cover.

1.600,-

63.   Kiss József (The greatest Hungarian Jewish poet, chief editor of A Hét): Esteledik, alkonyodik. Versek. (Poems, 1918-1920) Pantheon Irodalmi Intézet Rt. publ. Budapest, 1920. First edition! 73 p. In original, slightly worn cover. Together:: contemporary copy of a photo of Kiss József. (The last volume published in the life of the poet!)

2.400.-

64.   Memorial catalogue of the Kiss József Memorial Exhibition. Published by the Hungarian Jewish Museum. Budapest, 1943-1944. 51+4 p. In new cover with the original title.

3.000,-

65.   Lányi György: (Chapter XII of al-kitab al-muhtavi by Juszuf Al-Baszir. Based on Hebrew translation by Tóbia Ben Mózes, in Hebrew and Hungarian. Doctorate dissertation (from the Budapest Rabbinical Seminar), Budapest, 1932. 20+X p. Signed by the author. In amateur binding, slightly worn. (Rare! Of this publication only 100 copies were printed!)

2.600,-

66.   Magyar C’enoh-Urenoh (Legendary Jewish comments of the five books of Moses.) Translated from Yiddish by Büchler Zsigmond (rabbi of Alberti-Irsa). Dunaszerdahely, 1928. 573 p. In contemporary amateur binding.

4.800,-

67.   A Magyar Zsidó Hadi Archívum almanachja. (Hungarian Jewish Military Archive Album.) 1914-1916. Editors: Hevesi Simon, tiszasülyi Polnay Jenő and Patai József. With several pictures, drawings and illustrations, on fine quality paper. Budapest, 1916. 160 p. With some added remarks with pencil. (This publication is not identical with the Magyar Zsidó Hadviseltek Aranyalbuma! This is a publication still from the time of the first world war!) RARE!

12.000,-

68.   Mandel Sámuel (rabbi): A zsidó asszony vallási kötelességei. (The duties of the Jewish wife.) Budapest, (1927.) 14 p. (The book is to sponsor the construction of the VII. District Bét Jiszraél Prayer house. This is today the Bethlen square synagogue.) Small volume, bound. Hebrew inscription on the cover: „In the memory of the synagogue construction by the Pest Beith Yisrael Community, 687. LFK (= 1927).”

4.000,-

69.   Molnár Ákos: A hitehagyott. (Historial novel about the Jewish-born finance minister of II. Lajos Hungarian king.) Budapest, 1937. Tábor publ. 316 p.

1.600,-

70.   Munkácsi Ernő: Könyvek és kövek. (Historical and artistic writings about the Jewish memories from the ancient Rome, the middle-ages Italy and Hungary.) Libanon publ. Budapest, 1944. (!) 139 p. In original cover. 

4.000,-

71.   Neuwirth Imre: Életcserepek. (Jewish community stories.) Győr, (January 1941) in original, stained cover, 303 pages.

2.000,-

72.   Patai József: A föltámadó Szentföld. (The resurrection of the Holy Land. With 150 pictures.) Early, decorative publication on the development of the state of Israel.) Wien, 1920s. 272 p. In original, restored binding.

6.000,-

73.   Seminar speech series of the Hungarian Jewish Open University of the Pest Jewish Community. (Budapest, 1941) Foreword by Zsolt Béla, presentations by dr. Szemere Samu, dr. Turóczi-Trostler József, Komlós Aladár stb. (Rare small print!) 5 p.

2.800,-

74.   Scheiber Sándor (teacher, later principal of the Rabbinical Seminar, 1913–1985): A három koszorú. (Memorial speech on the tomb reveal ceremony of dr. Heller Bernát (professor of the Rabbi Seminar, 1871–1943). (Date of speech was 19 March 1944. (!), Farkasrét Jewish cemetery) Budapest, 1948. Kertész print, Karcag. 11 p. 

1.200,-

75.   Scheiber Sándor: Héber kódexmaradványok magyarországi kötéstáblákban. (Hebrew codex memories in Hungarian binding boards. The book culture of the middle-ages Hungarian Jewry.) Budapest, 1969. 415 p. With many pictures and footnotes. Signed by the author. In original cover.

3.600.-

76.   Schweitzer József: A Pécsi Izraelita Hitközség története. (History of the Pécs Jewish community.) Budapest, 1966. (A magyarországi zsidó hitközségek monográfiái 1.) 168 p. + 7 p. picture attachment.

1.800,-

77.   (YIZKOR BOOK) Singer Zoltán: Volt egyszer egy Dés… (To the memory of Bethlen, Magyarlápos, Retteg, Nagyilonda and area. I-II. Jewish history of Dés and its surrounding area, from the beginnings through the Holocaust until emigration to Israel. Foreword by R. L. Braham. Tel-Aviv, (1969). Hebrew, English and Hungarian. In original hardcover, with many pictures and name list of the martyrs. 284 + 683 p. (2 vol.)

6.000,-

78.   Silberbusch, Julian: Bevezetés a cionizmusba (Einführung in den Zionismus.) A Magyar Cionista Szövetség Kulturális Bizottsága publ. Budapest, 1939. 183 p. RARE!

3.000.-

79.   Sós Endre: Zsidók a magyar városokban. (Jews in the Hungarian cities. Budapest, around 1941) Jewish history of Pécs, Sopron, Miskolc, Szeged, Újpest, Győr  and their situation before the Holocaust. 185 p. Renovated copy.

3.600,-   

80.   Szabolcsi Lajos (poet, writer, editor of Egyenlőség): A csillag fia. (Bar-Kochba. Historical novel.). First edition! Budapest, 1943. 227 p. In contemporary amateur ornamented binding.

1.600.-

81.   Szabolcsi Lajos: Vasárnapok. (Poems) Budapest, 1910. In original cover, on fine paper. 30 p.

2.200.-

82.   Várnai Zseni: Üldözött versek. (Poems.) Budapest, 1945. 202 p. In original, worn cover.

1.800,-

83.   „A zsidók veszedelmes kóborlásainak, és helytelen meg szaporodásának meg gátlása eránt”. (Regarding the avoidance of the dangerous wanderings and unfavorable overpopulation of the Jews), ordinance no. 1232. issued by „Vass vármegye hites első Állami Jegyzője” (First State Notary of Vass county), original printed text. Szombathely, 1828.(!) (2 pages). Rare small print!

8.000,-

84.   Wengeroff, Pauline: Memoiren einer Grossmutter. Bilder aus der Kulturgeschichte der Juden Russlands im 19. Jahrhundert. I-II. Berlin, 1913. 210+236 p. (Bound together.) With portrait of the author. In contemporary, nice amateur binding, gilt leather spine.

3.800.-

85.   Widder Salamon: Misnájót. I. (The six order of Mishna. I. Seder Zeraim). (no further volumes were published) Lugos, 1937.  (The best Hungarian translation and comments of the Mishna up to now!) 231 p. stitched, without cover.

4.600,-

86.   Widder Salamon: Praeparációk a Haftórákhoz. (Exact and detailed word explanations to the Biblical prophetic chapters with description of the content and music notes.) Budapest, 1928. 165 p. Some crumpled pages.

3.600,-

87.   Wirth Péter: Itt van elrejtve. (Jewish cemeteries of the Tokaj-hegyalja. Photos and edited by Wirth Péter, comments by Scheiber Sándor. Budapest, 1985. Picture book illustrated with quotes. 157 p. In original cover and dust jacket.

2.400.-

88.   Wolf, Sándor: Die Kunst der Eisenstädter Ghetto. (The art of the ghetto in Kismarton) German translation of an article from Múlt és Jövő June-July 1912. issue. Together with the Hungarian article, many illustrations and pictures. Budapest, 1912.  9 p.+15 p. attached. In original, tattered cover. 

6.000,-

89.   Zarek, Otto: Moses Mendelsson (Biography by the excellent German author.) Budapest, 1936. 352 p. repaired binding.

2.000,-

90.   Zoli (Hirsch Zoltán): Kis ember nagy élete. (Autobiography of Zoli, the dwarf artist. Published by the author, signed copy. (Budapest, not dated) 159 p. Excellent snake leather binding.

10.000,-

91.   A zsidó házasélet törvényei (The law of Jewish married life.) Written by Wieder Sulem, Pollák Emánuel, Jungreisz Jakab and Blasz Ede. Budapest, (1937) Published by the Orthodox Rabbinical College, 30 p. Stained, the cover is glued.

1.600,-

92.   Zweig, Arnold: Das ostjüdische Antlitz (Mit 52 Zeichnungen von Hermann Struck) Berlin, 1922. (Zweite, durchgesehene Auflage) 176 p. With 52 East-European Jewish figures, graphics by Hermann Struck! In original full cloth binding with engraved gilt inscription, on fine paper.

15.000.-

93.   Zweig, Stefan: Békét! (Jeremiás). (Tragedy in 9 episodes.) Foreword by the author, with 9 Hungarian graphic illustrations. Budapest, (1938) Tábor publ. 269 p.

2.600.-

II. Yearbooks, periodicals

 

94.   Ararát. Hungarian Jewish yearbook for 1941. Edited by Komlós Aladár. Budapest, 1941. Published by the National Jewish Israelite Girl’s Orphanage. In contemporary nice amateur binding.

2.000,-

95.   Egyenlőség Calendar Yearbook for 1938/5698. Edited by Szabolcsi Lajos. Budapest, 1937. In original cover and many contemporary advertisements.

3.600,-

96.   Hechaluc Nesef publication. (Antology by the Hechaluc Budapest zionist organization, for holidays, with popular speeches and writings.) 1. Purim, 5706. First volume. Budapest, 1946. Mimeograph edition.

2.000,-

97.   Hechaluc Nesef publication. (Antology by the Hechaluc Budapest zionist organization, for holidays, with popular speeches and writings.) 2. Peszach, 5706. II. Budapest, 1946. Mimeograph.

2.000,-

98.   Hechaluc Nesef publication. (Antology by the Hechaluc Budapest zionist organization, for holidays, with popular speeches and writings.) 3. Savuot, 5706. Bp., 1946. Mimeograph.

2.000,-

99.   IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1896. Edited by Bánóczi József and Bacher Vilmos. Budapest, 1898. In repaired amateur binding.

3.600.-

100.            IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1906. Edited by Bánóczi József. Budapest, 1906. In contemporary, worn, damaged amateur binding, two pages torn.

1.800,-

101.            IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1907. Edited by Bánóczi József.  Budapest, 1907. In amateur binding.

3.000,-

102.            IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1909. Edited by Bánóczi József. Budapest, 1909. In original binding.

3.000,-

103.            IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1916. Edited by Bánóczi József. Budapest, 1916. In original binding.

2.600,-

104.            IMIT (Jewish Hungarian Literary Association) Yearbook, 1943. Edited by Szemere Samu. Budapest, 1943. In original binding.

2.600,-

105.            A Magyar Zsidók Lapja (Hungarian Jews’ Paper, published during the Holocaust as a continuation of ‘Egyenlőség’, when stating „Zsidó Lap” (Jewish Paper) was compulsory. Published even during nazi occupation and the time of deportations!) 1939 complete yearstream + 4, 11 January, 8, 15, 22, 29 February, 12 September 1940. + 28 January 1943 (bound together)

12.000,-

106.            Magyar Zsidók Naptára 1942 – 5702. (Hungarian Jewish Calendar). Published by the OMIKE press department. Budapest, 1942. 386 p.+ advertisements. In original, worn hardcover binding.

3.200,-

107.            Magyar Zsinagóga (edited by Lebovits József). Baranya-Mágocs, January 1915. Szabó Lipót print, Kaposvár. (This issue includes speeches and comments by the following rabbis Krausz Ignácz - Kecskemét, Édelstein Bertalan - Óbuda, Links Izsák - Devecser, Büchler Zsigmond - Albertirsa and Lebovits József - Mágócs.)

2.000,-

108.            Múlt és Jövő (editor: Patai József) September 1931. issue. With many illustrations!

1.000,-

109.            Múlt és Jövő (editor: Patai József) November 1931. issue. With illustrations!

1.000,-

110.            Népünk. Revista Evreiasca. (Hungarian Jewish journal) (edited by Wasserstrom Sándor and Leitner Zoltán) Oradea (Nagyvárad), 5-18 Aug., 23 March, 25 Aug, 2,9 Sep, 21 Oct, 18 Nov, 16 Dec 1938, 3 Febr – 3 March 1939. (Together) RARE!

12.000,- 

111.            OMZSA (National Hungarian Jewish Aid Action) -Yearbook for 5702. (1941-42) year. (editors: Libári Géza, Csergő Hugó and Kohn Zoltán rabbi.) Budapest, 1941. In original cover, illustrations by Ámos Imre and others.

3.000,-

112.            (Orthodox) Zsidó Újság (Orth Jewish Newspaper, edited by Groszberg Jenő) 1938. Complete year (bound together)

12.000,-

113.            Orthodox Zsidó Újság (Orth Jewish Newspaper, edited by Reiner Imre and Groszberg Jenő) 1 Febr 1939 – 20 Dec 1940, 1 Jan – 19 Nov 1943 issues (bound together)

15.000,-

114.            The Pesti Izraelita Hitközség Gimnáziumának (Abonyi utca Jewish Community High School) Report for the 1937-1938. school year. Published by Goldberger Salamon principal. Budapest, 1938. With pictures, list of the students.

5.000,-

115.            Új Kelet (Hungarian Jewish daily from Kolozsvár) edited by Marton Ernő. April 1938 – February 1939. (Together) With Romanian stamp, postal stamping on each issues, addressed to the Múlt és Jövő editorial.

13.000,-

116.            Ungarländische Jüdische Zeitung. 1912-1913. (Two complete years) in contemporary amateur binding, with contents to the 1912 issues.

16.000,-

117.            „Zsidó Élet” Jewish community weekly, issues bound together, from 1938. Editor: between 1933 and 1937 Kecskeméti Vilmos, from 1938 his son, Kecskeméti György (who later became editor of Uj Elet). 

5.000,-

118.            A zsidóság levelesládájából. (From the mailbox of the Jewry. According to the anti-Jewish law of 1939, the official magazine of the Hungarian Zionists, the Jewish Review was banned and the editors published occasional booklets for a while under different names. These are today extremely rare!) Budapest, 1940. Nádor print, 16. p. in original cover. The booklet was mailed to Bettelheim Samu.                                                                                       1.800,-

III. Posters, graphics, engraving, certificate

 

119.            Miller, William: A munkácsi zsidó (A Jew of Montgatz) Colored engraving, framed, with attached informational certificate. Size: 24 x 18,5 cm. 1804. (!)

26.000,-

120.            Müller, Hans Alexander: The (Jewish) merchant. Engraving, 1910, framed, Size: 16,5x13 cm.       10.000,-

121.            Anti-Semitic announcement poster pasted on wood, in worn condition. Printed text with strong anti-Semitic content „Kutyából nem lesz szalonna! A zsidóból nem lesz soha magyar!” (A Jew will never become Hungarian etc.) From the early 1940s. RARE! Size: 29x42,5 cm.              60.000,-

122.            German warrant of caption (printed poster) on Hermann Frölich, Jewish convert who escaped from prison, with detailed personal portrait, printed on blueish paper. „The escaped prisoner is 45 year old, speaks German, Slav and broken Hungarian with some Jewish dialect.” Brod (Slavonia, today Croatia), 1849.

8.000,-

123.            The Great Synagogue of Jerusalem. Pencil drawing. The signature of the artist is illegible. (Jerusalem, around 1940.) Size: 17x30 cm. framed.

6.000,-

124.            Engraved plans of the Budapest, Erzsébetváros (VII. Bethlen tér) Beith Yisrael synagogue from 1927. The building was designed by Magyar Vilmos and Neuwald Ármin. (The name of artist is illegible.). Size: 12x12 cm. framed, with engraving of an ornament of the synagogue in the lower right corner of the frame.

16.000,-

125.            Goldstein Ignátz, rabbi of Máramarossziget (Sighet) original pencil portrait (!). Unknown artist, from 1914. Matted on board. Size: 28,5 x 19,5 cm.  

20.000,-

126.            Color printed personal calendar table from Palestine, on the year 5658. (= 1897/98.), published by the Jerusalem Hungarian Jewish community and rabbinical college. With the stamping of the community and signed by famous rabbis, new year wishes. This copy was made for Schlesinger Tóbiás (Pest)! Jerusalem, 1897. On 2 foldable pages, torn at the sides.                                                              24.000.-

127.            Mrs. Weiszberger Miklós, Rosenfeld Lujza, gold printed and hand finished color Yahrzeit board from1938. Matted on board. Size: 30,5 x 41 cm.                                      3.000,-

128.            Keren Kayemet LeIsrael. Olive tree planting pictorial certificate issued to Weisberger Miksáné, Deutsch Arthur and dr. Kahán Nisson (lawyer, president of the Hungarian Zionist Association), on the birth of Deutsch Miklós: 10 October 1913. with the serial number 7. (!) Matted on board. Size: 28 x 34,5 cm.

36.000,-

129.            Stern Samu (bank officer, president of the Pest Jewish Community, the Hungarian Jewish National Office and the Hungarian Jewish Temporary Action Board) rabbi diploma of honor on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Among the underwriters we can find Lővinger Sámuel rabbi, principal of the Rabbi Seminar, Guttmann Henrik, Róth Ernő and Hahn István professors and Kálmán Ödön chief rabbi, president of the National Rabbi Association. With embossed stamping of the Ferenc József National Rabbinical Seminar. Budapest, 5704. Tevet 17. = 13 January 1944. (!)
Size: 43,5x 57 cm. UNIQUE!

50.000,-

130.            Wertheimer Adolf (bank president, president of the Rabbinical Seminar board of directors and the Jewish Hungarian Literary Association), Certificate of Honor. 5704. Tevet 7. = 3 January 1944. (!) From the National Rabbi Seminar rabbi and principal Lővinger Sámuel and others signed. Size: 35x24,5 cm.

7.500,-

131.            Sirotta Sándor, chief cantor of Buda (born in Warsaw), certificate of honor on his 10 years of function, with the text of the prayer on invitation to the Torah. Calligraphic Hebrew manuscript! Signed by Ábrahámsohn Manó chief cantor of Budapest. (Budapest, 1950s)

6.000,-

IV. Postcards, photos

 

132.            Beregszász. (today Berehovo, Ukraine) Synagogue, with street scene. Between 1900-1908. Mailed, 1908.

8.000,-

133.            Csap (today Csop, Ukraine). Synagogue, with street scene. Color. Around 1910. Mailed, 1915.

8.000,-

134.            Franzensbad (Ferencfürdő). Synagogue with street. 1908 Mailed, 1910.

3.000,-

135.            Hatvan. Synagogue, on mosaic postcard, around 1900. Hoffmann F. L. publ. Mailed, 1904. 

4.000,-

136.            Kőszeg. Synagogue. Around 1910. Róth Jenő bookseller publ, Unused.

5.000,-

137.            Makó. Synagogue. (The big synagogue which was destroyed in 1964) From 1926. Unused.

8.000,-

138.            Pécs. Synagogue with market scene. Between 1900-1907. Mailed, 1907.

4.000,-

139.            Pécs. Synagogue, with the Mailáth square. Color, 1910-1920. Mailed, 1921.

4.000,-

140.            Pöstyén. Synagogue with street. Color, around 1910. Mailed, 1916. 

10.000,-

141.            Székesfehérvár. Synagogue, mosaic card, 1900-1910. Mailed, 1914.                                        5.000,-

142.            Székesfehérvár. Synagogue mosaic postard with Romkert. 1910s. Unused. 

4.000,-

143.            Szilács (Szilácsfürdő), Jewish restaurant and guest house, with the view of the bath. Color, 1900s. Mailed, 1907.

4.200,-

144.            Szombathely. Synagogue. 1900-1910, unused.

10.000,-

145.            Szolnok. Synagogue, around 1910. Faragó Sándor publ. Mailed 1912.

5.000,-

146.            Tokaj. Synagogue on mosaic postcard. Around 1900. Mailed, 1904.

12.000,-

147.            Tolna-Tamási (today Tamási). Synagogue mosaic card. 1920s, unused.

4.000,-

148.            Ungvár. Synagogue, mosaic postcard. Around 1910. Unused. 

4.000,-

149.            Szófia. Synagogue. Mailed, 1922. Black and white postcard from the 1910s.

4.000,-

150.            Sarajevo, Spanish Jewish (Sefard) cemetery. Around 1910. Unused.

4.000,-

151.            Riquewiar (Franciaország). Jewish square. 1920s.

2.400,-

152.            New Year greeting postcards „A bánat és nyomor enyhítésére. Pro Patria, 1914” (Comfort to lessen sadness and destress.) Postcards with Hebrew inscription from the first world war with war scenes and portrait of the emperor and his prince. (8 pieces.) Complete series, from 1914! RARE!

22.000,-

153.            New Year greetings in Hebrew, Hungarian and German. Szabó Lipót, Kaposvár print, around 1940. Mailed, 1942. One corner torn.

2.400,-

154.            Small photo with Hebrew new year greeting. The people on the picture are wearing Heftling clothes and hold up Israeli flag. Probably the photo was taken between 1945 and 1948 on a protest where former Holocaust deportees protested on the side of the establishment of the state Israel. On the picture, according to the inscription on both sides the Staub family can be seen. Size: 57mm x 84mm. Unique!

8.000,-

155.            French and English postcard of ancient Hebrew scriptures from the time of king David. Jerusalem, around 1910. Unused.

2.000,-

156.            Neumann Ignatz (Budapest), yiddish letter to dr. Munk Simon, Nagytapolcsány. Mailed, April 1889! Slight scratches on the postcard.

4.000,-

157.            Dr. Hevesi Simon chief rabbi of Budapest (1868–1943), hand written and addressed correspondence card to dr. Weisz Miksa rabbi, inviting to join an interreligious conference, during the 1919 revolution in Hungary. Mailed.

3.600.-

158.            Printed correspondence card: Áhávász Cheszed Imaegyesület (Budapest, VIII. Örömvölgy u. 9/b) invitation to the Zayin Adar celebration. Budapest, 1932. Mailed, recorded by the Pest Jewish Community. 

1.400,-

159.            Photo postcard: Portraits of Moses Montefiore (1784–1885) English Jewish member of the House of Lords and his colleagues, among them Schwab Löw and Meysel A. from Pest, Löw Lipót from Szeged, Adolf Jellinek from Vienna and other rabbis, famous personalities, on board paper. The picture is probably from around 1880. Size: 7 x 10,5 cm. 

10.000,-

160.            Pictures from the forced laborer life. (contemporary, amateur photos), from unknown location, probably from 1940. (6 pieces.)                                             8.000,-

161.            Unique photo postcard: liberated Heftlings at the wall of a German concentration camp. Frazzled figures rolled into rugs.

10.000,-

162.            Winkler Ernő, martyr rabbi of Nagykanizsa (1894–1944) photo postcard with „Love is stronger than death” quote from the Bible. On the rear side: dr. Winkler Ernőné, Munkácsi Noémi recommendation lines. Nagykanizsa, 1946. 

2.000,-

163.            Assod, Aaron Samuel, chief rabbi of Dunaszerdahely (1830–1905, son and successor of Yehuda Assad chief rabbi), photo postcard in Hebrew and German, with new year wishes. (Dunaszerdahely, 1890s) Unused.

10.000,-

164.            Wedding anniversary celebrations, large photos, with dr. Hevesi Simon chief rabbi of Budapest (1868–1943), in the ball room of the Community. Budapest, 1930s. (2 pieces. )
Size: 18x24 cm.                                           10.000,-

165.            Unique photo: Löw Immánuel, chief rabbi of Szeged (1850–1944) with presidents Faragó of the community and Varga of the Chevra, on the street of Szeged, on the way home outside the fences of the synagogue. Szeged, 1930s.

5.000.-

166.            Friedmann Mór, chief cantor of the Pest Jewish Community (Dohány street synagogue) (1826-1891) large printed engraving with „I praise the name of God with song” Biblical quote. Budapest, (1880s!) Pasted on board. Size: 54x35,5 cm.

12.000,-

167.            Unique photo: dr. Horovitz József tomb inauguration. On the picture dr. Richtmann Mózes rabbi, Talmud professor of the Rabbi Seminar and Ábrahámsohn Manó chief cantor are performing the ritual. Budapest, 1950s.

4.000,-

168.            Photo postcard from the sub-Carpatian Jewish folk life: The Hebrew High School of Munkács. Munkács, 1920s.

7.000,-

169.            Photo postcard from the sub-Carpatian Jewish folk life: Jewish grinder on the market. Munkács, 1920s.

6.000,-

170.            Photo postcard from the sub-Carpatian Jewish folk life: Jewish life scene. Munkács, 1920s.

6.000,-

171.            Photo postcard from the sub-Carpatian Jewish folk life: Máramaros Jewish types. Munkács, 1920s.

6.000,-

172.            Photo postcard from the sub-Carpatian Jewish folk life: Rabbi students. Munkács, 1920s.

6.000,-

173.            Advertisement card of Helfgott Sámuel photographer, on one side with his own photo, on the other side the picture of the studio with exact address.

4.000,-

174.            Edmund Mauthner, seed wholesaler (Vienna, with representative in Székesfehérvár) advertisement postcard. Mailed, 1942.

2.000,-

175.            Simon Salamon, onion wholesaler (Makó), printed postcard with offer of goods and hand written price offer. Mailed, 1948. 

2.200,-

176.            Photo postcard: Grünmandl Miksa upholsterer, photo of the shop front with the owner. Unused, around 1910.

4.000,-

177.            Photo postcard: Salamon Sámuel „English Taylor”, photo of the shop front with the owner. Unused, around 1910.  

4.000,- 

178.            W’itzig-Album. Joh. Gehrts Jewish caricatures in a miniature foldable (leporello) album. Düsseldorf, 1890. The album is a derogatory, anti-Semitic publication! Out of 6 pictures 3 are missing.

3.000,-

179.            OMIKE (National Hungarian Jewish Civil Association) stamp (lottery ticket) on the value of 2000 korona. Budapest, 1920s (set of 2)

2.000,-

  V. Documents, manuscripts

a., Community life

 

180.            Wedding invitation of Pap Hilda and Bilitz Sándor, in the name of the parents, „to the Szeged Jewish temple”, from 1901. Dobay János print, Gyula.

2.400.-

181.            Program of the Hebrew and Yiddish musical evening held by the Hódmezővásárhely Jewish Community, 1932. With the contribution by Lamberg Mór chief cantor of Szeged and the Jewish Community musical choir. (Rare small print!) 3 pages. Slightly worn and torn.

5.000.-

182.            Beregi Oszkár artist (Budapest, 1876–Hollywood, 1965) letter to Liebman Béla photographer (Szeged) from 1962, in which he reports about an earlier performance and his relationship with Löw Immanuel (1850–1944) chief rabbi.

6.000,-

183.            „Haoved” Socialist Zionist Labor Movement printed flier on collecting Shekel. Budapest, 1946. With indented order ticket.                                                 2.400,-

184.            Kaczér Illés writer, journalist, hand written consolences on the decease of Szabolcsi Miksa, on letterhead paper of „A Nap”. Budapest, 18 June 1915.

1.200,-

185.          Kemény Dávid, royal advisor and director of Hungarian Jewish Crafts and Land Worker Organization (MIKÉFE), business card. On the rear side hand written consolences  on the decease of Szabolcsi Miksa. Budapest, 12 June 1915. 

1.200,-

186.          Keren HaYessod Jerusalem publication, foldable map of Israel. On the other side rough map of Palestine and its region. In German and Hebrew, color print. Jerusalem, 1931. Glued at the edges.

3.200,-

187.            Invitation to the Purim entertainment of the Dunapataj Dilettante Jewish Youth  Foldable card with detailed program and list of performers. Sent by mail.

3.000,-

188.            Flier: Invitation to the holiday service of the Dohány street synagogue (on the opening of the Parliament!), with preach, complete choir and organ performance. Budapest, April 1935.

2.400,-

 

b., Economic life

 

189.            Yiddish business letter from a Jewish leather merchant in Kecskemét, written in calligraphic Hebrew, from 1783 (!) With German date: „Ketschcomet, Am 7. April 1783”. UNIQUE!

12.000.-

190.            Sale contract between Schönfeld Adolf, resident of Balassagyarmat and the heirs of Zachár Áron and wife, on the sale of synagogue chairs. Balassagyarmat, 1883. (2 p.) Together: the German and Hungarian authorization by the Zachár  (Zacher) heirs on making the contract. Lőcse, 1883. (2 p.) Both official documents bearing contemporary revenue stamps, stampings and signatures. (Set of 2.) Slightly torn, fragmanted at folds.

4.000,-

191.            Gebrüder Israel, Wien (mill factory business in Vienna) letterhead papers (3 pieces) and one postal receipt from Magyaróvár, 1879. 

3.000,-

192.            Goldstein Ignác „electric furnisher” advertisement paper. On the other side: advertisement of Schäffer Béláné „silk umbrella studio”. (Kazinczy street 53.)

1.500,-

193.            Horovitz Mór Mineral Water Limited, share coupon on one hundred korona (Hódmezővásárhely, 1920.) With serial number and signatures, embossed stamping, five coupons on the rear side.                                                                       4.000,-

194.            Kraus József sons, mill factory company (Erste Esseker Walzmühle) business correspondence and letterhead invoices to the Pécs Jewish Community. Eszék, 1896. (Set of 5)  

5.000,-

195.            Leipziger Vilmos, alcoholic and sugar products Ltd. official company registration documents. Budapest, 1925.
(Set of 4)

3.000,-

196.            Palugyai Viktor Budapest, Nagymező street fur maker, color advertisement poster. 1920s. Size: 27,5x21 cm.                                                                     4.000,- 

197.            Wertheimer and Frankl „First Hungarian Steam Coffee Makers” foldable (A/2) catalogue and price list. Budapest, 1942. (2 p., sent by mail)

2.200,-

198.            Announcement and collection forms of the Szeged Jewish Community for the poor fellow members, to help them in the hard times of the cold winter, from January 1878. With exact names of donators and exact amounts offered, signed by the organizers and stamped. (6 pages) Hand written, torn.

4.000.-

199.            Certificate of poorness issued to Brall Hermann. From the Pest Jewish Community Ignaz Goldziher (the World-famous orientalist) signed to approve being entitled for the aid! Budapest, 1881. Stamped, signed.

3.000,-

200.            Applications for social aid addressed to the Pécs Jewish Community, from 1896. (5 pieces)

4.000,-

 

c., Jewish matters, rabbis, manuscript

 

201.            Official vote sheet of the Community Party of the Pest Jewish Community (with names, profession and address of three hundred candidates!) Budapest, 1931. Size: 39 x 39 cm.

10.000,-

202.            Printed flier of the Joint Election Block of Jewish Unity Democratic Community Party and the Hungarian Zionist Association. Invitation to the election assembly of the VI.district. Budapest, 1948.                      2.200,-

203.            Flier of the Budapest VIII-IX. district Jewish Woman Association. Invitation to the celebrations of the war widows aid fund in the National (English) Park! Budapest, 1920s. With the complete list of the Presidency!

2.600,-

204.            Invitation by the Buda Jewish Community to special meeting on the celebration of the returning “Felvidék”. Budapest, 3 November 1938. 

1.000,-

205.            Grünwald Lipót (later Jekutiel Jehuda Grinvald, rabbi, professor, Máramarossziget 1888 - Auschwitz 1944), Hebrew rabbinical correspondence postcard to the editorial of Egyenlőség, on the decease of Szabolcsi Miksa. The card was mailed from Eger, June 1915, from WWI Feldpost address!

2.400,-

206.            Dr. Frenkel Bernát (1881–1960) rabbi of Budapest, Bible translation letters from Haifa, about his memories and Israeli experiences after emigration, to dr. Richtmann Mózes rabbi, Talmud professor of the Rabbi Seminar (1880–1972), from 1955. (Set of 2, one with envelope)

4.000.-

207.            Pfeiffer (Pap) Izsák, rabbi of Sümeg, later Monor (Ács, 1884–Auschwitz, 1945.) business card and hand written, signed consolences on the rear side on the decease of Szabolcsi Miksa. Sümeg, 22 June 1915.  

2.600,-

208.            (KETUBAH) Hand written Hebrew marriage letter, written in rabbinical, calligraphic letters. From Balassagyarmat, summer of 1877. Underwriters include Berger Izrael, Berger Énoch, Strausz Jakab and Feldmájer Bernát. Together: Calligraphic, rabbinical Hebrew marriage contract (TNAIM) between the familes, from Balassagyarmat, 1877. (Set of 2.)

12.000.-

209.            Quittel. Hebrew Biblical quote, clack ink on board (Moses 1., 25: 6). Probably written by one of the most famous Hungarian rabbis (tsadik) for one of his followers on a legal matter of inheritance, in hope of settling the conflict successfully. NICE, CALLIGRAPHIC MANUSCRIPT! (Eastern Hungary, early 20. Century.) On the backside of the board the first part of the same text is repeated without nikudim, incomplete and wiped. Probably after noticing there is not enough place to complete the quote, the writer wrote it on the other side instead. RARE!

12.000,-

210.            Certificate by the Hajdúhadház Rabbinate as Registrar Office to the Spitz rabbi family (among others the chief rabbis of Csenger, a Kismarton and Berettyóújfalu) about the exact geneology, with the signature of Rosenberg Ignátz chief rabbi of Hajdúhadház and stamping, on the matter of vote rights. With serial number, Hajdúhadház, 1940.

8.000.-

211.            Birth record extract from the Balassagyarmat Jewish Community to Schönfeld Ádám. Balassagyarmat, 1904. Numbered, with the stamping of the county, revenue stamp and signature. Slightly torn. 

1.800,-

212.            Certificate of birth by the Kisvárda Jewish Community Rabbinate to Altmann Hermann (To certify origin against the restrictive laws on Jews.), signed by Landau Mór district rabbi, stamped by the rabbinate, with revenue stamp. Kisvárda, December 1938.

2.000,-

213.            Slovakian certificate by the Szered (today Sered, Slovakia) Jewish Community to Braun Katalin, signed and stamped by Eckstein Mózes chief rabbi, with revenue stamp. Together: official Hungarian translation from 1939 (Set of 2)

3.000,-

214.            Numbered membership notification to the Pest Chevra Kadisa Jewish Holy Association to Hevesi László. Budapest, 1933. (On letterhead paper, signed.)

2.400,-

215.            Prodedure of the Pest Jewish Community Józsefváros Youth Group. Budapest, 1940. 6 typed pages by dr. Pehr Sándor.

3.000,-

216.            Mimeograph letter by the Székesfehérvár Jewish Community rabbinate from May 1952, with the speech of Farkas László vice rabbi. Mailed, slightly torn.

3.600,-

217.            Registry extract from the Pest Jewish Community Rabbinate to Litzmann Margit, from 1 May 1944.! On letterhead paper, stamped and signed, with revenue stamp and number. (The document is a proof that the Rabbinate office had been active during the Holocaust as well!)

4.000.-

218.            Certificates by the Szigetvár Jewish Registrar District Rabbinate Office to Mautner Salamon, Spitzer Kathi, on the name of their son, Adolf, to prove their right to vote, signed by dr. Berend Béla rabbi. Szigetvár, 1939.  (Later Dr. Berend (Presser) Béla rabbi had been accused of collaboration with the fascist. After the war he left to the United States and changed his name to Belton.)

3.000,-

219.            Birth certificate from the Torna Jewish Community to Burger Géza, with serial numbers, stamping and signed by Tannenbaum Sándor rabbi. Torna, 1939. 

2.000,-

 

d., Family and school documents

 

220.            Assessment booklet of the Ferenc József National Rabbi Seminar Institute issued to Klein Tibor (born in Nagyaszó). With records between 25 June 1943. – 5 June 1948. (According to this document the Institute was active during the Holocaust!)

5.000,-

221.            Passport with photo issued to Klein Gerő  „izr.” (Jewish) religion stated, from the Hungarian Royal Consulate, 1937. The entrances prove that the owner was on official trip to the nazi Germany!

2.400,-

222.            Civil Girls School certificates issued to Markovits Ilona of „izraelita” (Jewish) religion. (With excellent results!) Budapest, 1915.

1.600,-

223.            Printed announcement of the establishment of the Kassa Talmud Torah Association, asking for becoming sponsor member and sending children to attend the Talmud Torah school. Kosicze (=Kassa), 1928. On the other side the amount of donation (10.000,-) hand written and signed. Slightly worn.

2.400,-

224.            School fee waive requests to the Pécs Jewish Community from 1896. (Set of 8.)

5.000,-

225.            Donation collecting forms of the Pécs Talmud Torah (Bible Association) for the Hanukah celebration honorary tickets. Pécs, 1926. Stamped by the Association. (Set of 2.)  

2.600,-

226.            School certificate of Ungar Moritz printed on canvas, hand written and signed, embossed stamped, in German and Hungarian. Óbuda (Altofen), 1857. Special!

8.000,-

 

e., Holocaust

 

227.            Compensation documents of the baron Hatvany-Deutsch family (one of the most famous old Hungarian Jewish aristocrat family) following the Holocaust. One of the most famous family members was baron Hatvany Lajos writer (1880–1961). The rich collection of documents covers the entire and detailed financial situation and wealth of the family, just like the tragic events of loss and life danger. The collection is from the heritage of the lawyer handling the compensation matter. Budapest, 1945. (6 files!)

60.000.-

228.            1939. year National Legal Data: 1939. IV. section. About the economic and civil occupancy of the Jews. (The original printed text of the so-called second Jewish law) Special print, 91-102. p.                                3.000,-

229.            Protection letter of the Swiss Embassy (Schutzpass) issued to Földes Sándor and wife. Budapest, 23 October 1944. On the embossed letterhead paper of the Swiss Embassy, in German and Hungarian, signed and stamped. Restored.

18.000,-

230.            Protection letter by the International Red Cross Committee. In four languages, with stamping, hand numbered and signed by (Friedrich) Born!

15.000,-

231.            Order of moving together issued by the Hungarian Jewish Association Home Office to Szirtes Ármin and family (5 person), to one room of the flat of dr. Szigeti Sándorné, VI. Kmetty u. 14.. (The protected house!) Budapest, 29 October 1944. With stampin and signatures. (Second copy of the Association, with names of the people being moved together on the rear side.) Together: Printed, original closure seal printed by the IX. Department of the Mayor’s Office, about the closure of the flat, according to the order of 1944. Slightly crumpled. (Set of 2.)

32.000,-

232.            Numbered certificate of Ipolyi Ernő, district captain of the Budapest ghetto police from 10 January 1945! With stamping and signature from the Hungarian Jewish Association Temporary Action Committee and the Ghetto Police Captaincy. Together: Original copy of the award certificate to Ipolyi Ernő (born as Schönfeld Henrik Ernő) as honorary lieutenant and photos of him from the first world war covering the event of promotion which later explained his exceptional position. (Set of 4)

32.000,-

233.            Certificates of the Hungarian Jewish Association Temporary Action Committee to dr. László Jenő, who was working within the ghetto as food keeping supervisor (!). Dated Budapest, 24 December 1944. and 7 January 1945. Numbered, stamped, signed. (Set of 2.)

16.000,-

234.            Protection letter from the Apostolic Legislate (Roman Catholic Pope) issued to Fodor Imre. Budapest, 11 November 1944., stamped and signed by Angelo Rotta legislate, representative of the Pope (!).    

18.000,-

235.            Letter of the Swedish Royal Embassy to the National Central Office Controlling Foreigners on behalf of Fodor László in the support of his exception under wearing the yellow star and other burdens. 9 September 1944. On letterhead paper, stamped, signed by Danielsson Swedish ambassador!

22.000,-

236.            Official (authentic) copy of protection certificate issued to Sárkány Andor. With stamping, revenue stamp, signatures, with dates 3 October 1944. and 9 October 1944.

6.000,-

237.            Employment Certificate of the Child Action under the International Red Cross issued to Széchenyi Miklósné, Guttman Éva representative. Second copy. Budapest, 19 November 1944. + Original French and Hungarian certificate of authentification, signed and stamped by dr. Rónay Tibor notary. Budapest, 22 November 1944. (Set of 2.)

4.000,-

238.            Letter of gratitude by the XI. Jewish District Presidency to Böhm Jánosné, for the help in organizing the fund raising for forced laborers. Székesfehérvár, 1942. On letterhead paper, with signatures, stamping. Mailed, in letterhead envelope.
(Set of 2.)                                             4.000,-

239.            Letter of liberalization (Ausweiss – Certification) of Hellmann Márton (artist, born: Kőrösbökény, 17 April 1904.) from Mauthausen. The painter was in the Mauthausen concentration camp from 27 March until 4 May 1945, released on 28 May 1945. With stamping, fingerprint and signatures. Mauthausen, 28 May 1945. On the rear side certificate of returning with stamping and signatures by the Defense Complimentary Captaincy and the Reception Committee. Budapest, 28 October 1945. Together: an exhibition catalogue of the artist Hellmann Márton.

22.000,-

240.            Letter from the DevecserJewish Communityto the editorial of „Képes Figyelő” about the martyr ceremony in preparation, in support of a poem by Várnai Zseni. Devecser, 1946. Stamped by the community, no envelope. Slightly torn.

1.800,-

VI. Hebrew and Yiddish books (Hebraica)

 

241.            Beith Yitshak. Dinim al-Sulhan Aruh, hilhot treifot. (Completed by Yitshak  rabbi, author of Ohel Yitshak.) With comments of I. Eliya Magid of Vilna and head of Pest Yeshiva Simon rabbi. Budapest, 1879. E. Löwy’s Sohn print and publisher. 54 f. Contemporary amateur binding. Some pages restored, glued.                                       7.000.-

242.            Tse’enah U’Renah (Yiddish Bible comments) + Yiddish summary from the Nahlat Zvi, Nofet Zufim, the kabbalist Zohar, the SLA and Sefer Hayashar books. Lemberg, 1861. 384 + 56 f. In original, slightly worn unique leather binding made for Reizel Gartenberg.                     6.000.-

243.            Deutsch Eliezer (rabbi of Bonyhád): Kontreis Pri Eitz Hadar al-dvar Etrogei Erez Yisrael. (Comments to the rabbinical question included from:) Glück A. J. (tolcsva), Rosenberg S. (hunfalva), Reich Koppel (budapest), Glasner M. S. (kolozsvár), Fuchs M. H. (nagyvárad), Steiner P. (illak), Schreiber S. (beregszász), Schreiber Akiba (pozsony), Schreiber M. (tiszafüred), Schreiber J. L. (paks), Stern M. M. (földes), Fischer B. (eperjes), Strasszer A.(tokaj) rabbis. Published by the Bonyhád Orth(odox) Rabbinical Office. Bonyhád, 1907. Rosenbaum print, Paks. 8 pages. Extremely rare small print! Slightly worn edges.             12.000.-

244.            Günsberger Ignác (rabbi of Budapest): Hidushei MAHARIS I. Yiszmah Lev (Comments of the religious law and the Bible.) Budapest, (1938). 136 p. Original cover.

6.000.-                        

245.            Katz A(braham) Salamon (rabbi of Ruszkova): Orhot haMispatim. (Comments and figures to the religious law.) I. (no others were published) Szatmárnémeti (Satu-Mare), 1939. 224 p. Contemporary amateur binding, some crumpled, stained pages.

7.000.-

246.            Mahzor Sfat Emet I-V. (Ros-hasana, Jom-kippur, Szukkot, Peszach, Savuot) Minhag Szefarad. Levin-Epstein publication. (Complete set!) Jerusalem, (around 1949). In original, embossed decorative leather binding, the individual volumes with different holy places embossed of copper! (Set of 5.)

30.000.-

247.            Müncz, Elazar: Zihron Aharon. Pilpulim bedinei hazaka. Lvov (Lemberg), 1834. 64 f. In original worn half leather binding. First edition!                               12.000.-

248.            Nofet Cufim. (Yiddish Torah-comment and review, with several Hassidic and Kabbalistic approaches.) (Editor): Zvi Hirsh ben Yerahmiel (Cracow) + Sod Kedoshim (Similar, Yiddish comments of the prophetic chapters.) (Editor:) Yitshak Almosh Abu-Kadishu. Vilna, 1883. I-II. (together) 272 + 276 + 86 p. In original worn half leather binding.

8.000.-

249.            Pirhei Erez-Yisrael. (The Flowers of the Holy Land) Jerusalem. (Color printed pictures from holy places, with dry flowers. Hand drawn inner title.) Jerusalem, around 1900. (12 p.) Inlaid olive wood boards and leather spine.

10.000.-

250. Vaylakheit Yosef. Rabbinical Hebrew bi-monthly journal on Halaha and Aggada. Editor: Schwarz József, Bonyhád (son-in-law of the rabbi). XVII. Year 9-10. issues. Bonyhád, 1915. Nissan (22 March). Kahn and Fried print, Munkács. Uncut copy. VERY RARE!                                      15.000.-