SPRING GALLERY JUDAICA AUCTION
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1   A LARGE BRASS CHARITY RECEPTION HAND. In the style of Alsace work. With a round plate that mounts to the wall and extended hand with a slot for coins. 9” tall and 9” wide.
2   A LARGE BUTCHER KNIFE. Continental, 20th century. With later engraving related to Yom Kippur and a Judaic hand washing scene. 14.4” long.
3   A PARCEL GILT POWDER OR ANTISEPTIC FLASK. Augsburg, 1763- 1765. Hand engraved with floral motif. On anoval base. Marked. 3.7” tall.
4   A SILVER FILIGREE AMULET. Probably Italy. In heart shape. With later plaque in the center with G-d’s name. 3.4” tall.
5   A LARGE SILVER FOOTED BEAKER BY GEORG DANIEL DURSCH. Nuremberg, c. 1670. On three balled feet. Embossed with swags of fruit and foliate decoration. Marked. 3.7” tall.
6   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Modern, In italian style. Embossed with two winged griffons flanking an urn. 7.7” wide.
7   A GILDED SILVER AND CORAL TORAH POINTER. In Polish style. Constructed with spherical upper portion alternating with red coral and a pomander mid section. In the original presentation box. 10.5” long.
8   AN ANTIQUE SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably the USA, 1910. On stylized round base with baluster shaped stem and inwardly tapering filigree midsection. Fitted with 5 flags. Inscribed with dedication dated to 1910. 11” tall.
9   AN EARLY ISRAEL GUITAR ORNAMENT. Israel, c. 1950. Green patina paint. Marked made in Israel. 10.5” long.
10   A JNF/KKL CHARITY CONTAINER. United States, c. 1930. Made by the Novelty Can Company in NY. Decorated with a map of the Holy Land. 4.5” tall.
11   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUP BY MORRIS SALKIND. London, 1927. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Upper large portion is engraved “PRESENTED BY UNCLE AND AUNTIE DAVIS TO MR. AND MRS. H. MALTZ ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR SILVER WEDDING, FEB. 25, 1912- FEB. 25, 1927. 6.7” tall.
12   A PEWTER COVERED URN. Germany. Traditional design with lid. 7.5” tall.
13   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
14   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
15   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
16   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1960. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
17   RARE BRONZE KEREN KAYEMTH LEYISROEL MEDAL. Argentina, 1973-1974. Decorated with a forest on one side and an active tractor on the other. Spanish along the border. 58mm.
18   A SOLID SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In early italian style. Decorated with swirling flows, a bird and G-d’s name. 5” x 4”. 7.2 troy ounces.
19   A STERLING SILVER CHARITY CONTAINER. Israel, 20th century. Made completely of filigree with applied Hebrew word for charity. 4” tall and 4 troy ounces.
20   A SILVER WINE BOTTLE AND UNDERPLATE BY JAN POGORZEWLSKI. Warsaw, c. 1900. The underplate is 7.7” wide and the bottle is 9” tall. Small crushing to round base. Tray is in near-perfect condition. 14.97 troy ounces.
21   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH TOP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, c. 1950. Rectangular with eight teapot shaped oil or candle receptacles and a later installed urn. 13” wide and 4.68 troy ounces.
22   A SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In traditional form. Decorated in baroque style. With a teardrop shaped door that opens for placement of the amulet. 5.2” x 3.7”.
23   AN EARLY AND RARE HAND MADE WALL SCONCE. Continental, 1845. Chased with a reflective pane and Jewish motifs. 11.7”  7.34 troy ounces. tall.
24   A LARGE SILVER STANDING FRUIT BASKET BY FM MILLER. Hamburg, 19th century. On a round base engraved with floral designs that attach to a baluster shaped stem and large upen upper portion. 8.6” tall, 9.7” wide and 14.83 troy ounces.
25   AN EARLY SILVER BEAKER. Augsburg, 18th century. On a small round foot. With a thin handle.2.7” wide.  Marked.
26   A GROUP OF THREE PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS. Probably American, 20th century. Two with silver beading designs and one in floral design with central stone.
27   A GROUP OF FOUR PEWTER BOWLS. Germany 19th century. Including two large basins (12.7” and 11.7” wide) and two smaller dishes (8.7” and 7.4” wide).
28   A LARGE SILVER MULTI SIDED BEAKER CUP. France, c. 1900. Traditional style in beaker form. 3.2” tall.
29   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER BEAKER. France, early 19th century. Exceptionally large. Marked. 4” tall and 3.5” wide.
30   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER CUP. Nuremberg, 19th century. On a round base with belted midsection and outwardly tapering upper portion. Marked. 5.2” tall.
31   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER SPOONS. Warsaw, 1879. Signed by maker Szyldberg. 9” long each.
32   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
33   AN EARLY NEW YEAR CARD. Germany, c. 1900. For the American market. With a pop up Sukkah scene. 4” tall.
34   A STERLING SILVER WASHING CUP. Israel, c. 1990. By Nadav silversmiths. With two handles and applied Hebrew lettering : “AL NETILAT YADAYIM”. 4.2” tall.
35   A STERLING SILVER SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, c. 1950. On four feet. In tower shape with blue applied stones and wire work. 5.6” tall. Marked Yerushalayim and 935.
36   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with applied brass plaquettes of Holy Land sites. 5.5” tall.
37   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On a round base with carved wooden body. Topped with Jewish star.. 5.5” tall.
38   AN OLIVE WOOD PAPER WEIGHT. Jerusalem, c. 1900. Carved out with Christian crosses and Jerusalem in English. 4.2” wide.
39   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. American, c. 1920. Traditional form. 4.5” tall each. 3.43  troy ounces.
40   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Warsaw, c. 1900. Traditional form. Engraved with Hebrew initials Chet and Bet. Marked and signed. 3” tall.
41   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Russia, 1889. Engraved with town and floral designs. 2.4” tall.
42   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET BY BEZALEL. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with acid etched designs. Engraved in Hebrew: there is no happiness without wine. 5.2” tall.
43   AN EARLY SILVER LETTER OPENER. Palestine, c. 1900. In sword shape. Marked. 6” long.
44   A STERLING SILVER ETROG BOX DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. New York, 20th century. On round base. Hand hammered. Signed Wolpert, Sterling silver. 5.7” wide.
45   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Germany, 19th century. On a round base with hand cut mid section decorated with acanthus leaf design. Original flag with engraved initials. 9.7” tall.
46   A GROUP OF 10 STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS. Probably American, c. 1950. Each decorated with floral designs. 9.53 troy ounces total weight. 2.9” tall each.
47   A PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c. 1900. Each on a round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Marked. Weighted. 10.3” tall.
48   A PAIR OF EARLY SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Germany, 19th century. Each on a square base with engraved circular design. Upper portion with decorative skirted stem. Marked. 9.5” tall each.
49   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Warsaw, c. 1920. Each on a square base supported by decorative feet. The body is composed of Corinthian columns. 13” tall. Marked.
50   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna c. 1900. Each on four decorated feet. Bases with mounted lion heads. Baluster shaped bodies. Some dents. 15.7" tall.
51   AN EARLY BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP BY BEZALEL. Jerusalem, c. 1920. The backplate triangular in form with architectural design and embossing with hanukkah related sayings. The candle holders were made from spent bullet shell casings. Signed. 7.7” tall.
52   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Birmingham, 1935. On a stylized square base with eight candle holders and original servant light. 9.8” x 7.2” 7.86 troy ounces.
53   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1840. On an octagonal base with knobbed stem. Upper portions with eight teardrop shaped chasings and engraved bands. 4.9” tall.
54   Large Ludwig Wolpert Sterling Silver Round Tray, having pierced Hebraic prayer decoration on rim, wooden cutting board center back marked Wolpert, MSS and  sterling silver. diameter 15 inches, 35.6 troy ounces.
55   AN UNUSUAL HEAVY METAL HANUKKAH WALL LAMP. Continental, 20th century. The backplate in neo-Gothic design. Apparently silver plated. 11.5” wide.
56   A RARE WOODEN INLAID WALL DECORATION. American, c. 1900. Praying rabbi. is in overall good condition with slight wear of age. The area of the inlay measures 7 7/8" Inches tall by 11 1/2" Inches wide. The frame measures 13 1/2" Inches tall by 17" inches wide.
57   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Austrian c. 1900. With a round base with beaded rim. Central section in art deco form. Upper section engraved with dedication to the Chatan Menachem son of Rabbi Daniel Schwartz and his wife from Rachel daughter of Devorah Horowitz. 8.8" tall.
58   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American or Russian, c. 1900. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked 1884 and 84. 13” tall x 10.5” wide. 30 troy ounces.
59   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American, c. 1950. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked sterling. 14” tall x 10” wide. 23.7 troy ounces.
60   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Portugal, c. 1965. Decorated with applied plaques of the seven species. Marked WH, Portugal, Sterling and 925. 9.5” tall x 8” wide. 17 troy ounces.
61   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Israel, c. 1970. Hand made and hand hammered. Decorated with a tree of life motif. Marked Sterling and Israel. 18.5 troy ounces. 9.5” tall x 8.2” wide.
62   A GROUP OF FOUR STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Israel, c. 1970. Two near identical pairs (one piece now missing crown). Decorated with the 12 tribes. Hand hammered staves. 13.7” tall (3). Total weight is over 53 troy ounces.
63   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). One arm lacking. Topped with bird finial. 25.2 troy ounces. 14.5” tall.
64   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). 37.47 troy ounces. 15.5” tall.
65   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1920. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). Engraved with dedication from the Shapiro family. 32.87 troy ounces. 15.9” tall.
66   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna 19th century. On a large stylized round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Upper portion baluster shaped. 14.5" tall.
67   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Probably USA, 20th century. In traditional form. With applied lettering “THE NATION THAT SANCTIFIES THE SEVENTH”. 8.2” tall. Marked Wolpert, Sterling silver. 8.3” tall.
68   A LARGE SILVER ETROG BOX. Germany, 19th century. Stylized rectangular shape. Fitted with a floral finial. Marked "13". 359 grams. 6.2" wide x 5.2" tall.
69   A PAIR OF SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1880. Each chased with a decorative upper band. Marked L. Posen, 800, crown and moon. 2.7" and 3.2" tall.
70   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, 20th century. The base is chased with grapevine design and the backplate with lions. Marked Bezalel, Jerusalem and Kesef in Hebrew. 5.2” tall, 5” wide.
71   THREE STERLING SILVER SERVING DISHES. Various makers and sizes. Total weight 12.92 troy ounces.
72   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au- Main, c. 1900. On a round bell shaped base with lattice work midsection. Signed. 7.5” tall.
73   A SILVER SPICE BOX. Czechoslovakia, c. 1920. Art deco in design. Round base with square shaped body. Engraved border design. 7.2” tall.
74   A TRENCH ART HANUKKAH MENORAH. Israel, c. 1960. Made from a rifle butt and spent shells.
75   AN SILVER BRIS GUARD. Probably Germany, early 20th century. Decorated with shell and floral embossments. 3” long.
76   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Vienna, c. 1920. On a round base with scrolling lattice work main body. 5.7” tall.
77   A SILVER ETROG CONTAINER. Possibly Yemenite, 20th century. In the shape of a duck. 5” long.
78   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Germany, early 20th century. On a round base with an embossed body decorated with fruit and leaf design. Engraved with biblical commandment to Remember the Sabbath. 4.7” tall.
79   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Twisted body with two spherical grips, one with early lead solder repair. With the original suspension ring. 9.5” long.
80   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Tubular in design with decorated upper portion and downward pointing finger. 10.6” long.
81   A SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Poland, c. 1910. Beaker form. Engraved in central cartouche: THE CUP OF SALVATION I SHALL RAISE. RABBI YOSEF ZVI KATZ. 2.6” tall.
82   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Warsaw, 1869. On a square base with skirted stem and chased upper portion decorated with flowers and leaf design. Engraved with the former owner’s name, Chaim Sukalski. Marked with maker RHS, 84, town and 1869. 5.5” tall.
83   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On an eight sided base with striated knobbed stem. Upper solid section with interior gilding. 5” tall.
84   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On octagonal base. Large upper portion with knobbed stem. Marked with maker BD and 12. 4.8” tall.
85   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Vienna, c. 1880. On a round beaded base with bright cut, engine turned design. Engraved with dedication: “Doron drasha from the TAB community, G-d should protect it.” Tav was a town in the province of Somogy southwest of Hungary. 6.7” tall.
86   A LARGE PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS BY SWINARSKI. Warsaw, 1862. On square bases, each chased with floral designs. Further decorated with two skirts and fitted with original bobeches. Restored, weighted and lacquered. Marked 1862, Maker, 84 and town mark. 12” tall.
87   A MONUMENTAL SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET. Budapest, 1937. Exceptionally large. Engraved on base “GIVEN BY THE HOLY CONGREGATION ADAS ARTAH OF BUDAPEST”. 10.4” tall.
88   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY OSTROCHULSKI. Warsaw, 19th century. On four feet with a rectangular base that supports eight oil holders. Backplate chased with a basket of flowers, a lion, birds and a crown. With the original servant lamp and oil pitcher. Signed. 8.7” tall.
89   A SILVER TORAH POINTER. Russia, c. 1820. Grip portion engraved with flowing leaf design. Lower portion with cuffed hand. Marked. 9.6” long.
90   A LARGE STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Probably Israel, c. 1990. On four feet. Chased with scrolling design. Upper portion with eight candle holders and detached servant lamp. 20" tall.
91   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX. Israel, c. 1950. In traditional form with a map of Israel and KKL insignia on front. 4.9" tall.
92   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX.Israel, c. 1970. The front with a picture of a hand holding a tree to be planted. The side and back with pictures and descriptions for intended uses of funds including: Wildfire prevention and suppression, dams and reservoirs, monuments and memorials, arid land management, archeological restorations, and land reclamation. In addition the back indicates "make the wilderness bloom". 4.6" tall.
93   A COPPER RELIEF OF THEODORE HERZL. Probably Palestine, c. 1930. With profile facing left. 8" x 6".
94   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
95   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a tree awaiting planting., JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
96   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF logo and title in Hebrew. 4.5" tall.
97   A LARGE STERLING SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1970. On four baroque feet. With eight lion shaped oil holders, each with a tube for a wick. The backplate is embossed with flowers and a crown. Fitted with an oil jug and a servant lamp. 13" tall x 13.7" wide.
98   A LARGE BRASS SABBATH CANDELABRA. The Netherlands, late 19th century. On a round base with four candle holders. Fitted with a royal lion finial. 21" tall.
99   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. London, 1923. On round base. With a presentation inscription from the Austrian Synagogue in 1923. Dents to rim. 172 grams. 6.4" tall.
100   A TIN HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1900. On four feet. The backplate embossed with a Star of David. 8.2" tall.
101   A BRASS IVRIAH MENORAH. American, c. 1940. On a tapering rectangular base. With the original servant lamp. Ivriah was a preeminent Jewish women's organization organized in 1926 to promote Jewish schooling after a study that showed that over 70% of Jewish children did not attend a Jewish school. It also promoted Jewish education for women. 8.8" tall.
102   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c. 1880. On a round foot with a lower band decorated with a bunch of grapes. Upper section engraved in Hebrew with former owner's name in Hebrew: Chaim Gottlieb. Marked 800, crown and moon. 5.6" tall.
103   A LARGE BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP. Poland, c. 1800. On four flat feet. With pierced back, eight oil fonts and two copper Sabbath candle holders. 9" wide.
104   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. JUDAICA NEW YORK CONG DERECH EMUNOTH ROCKAWAY Here is a piece of Far Rockaway Jewish history. Congregation Derech Emunoth was founded in 1906 and served the Orthodox Jewish population of Arverne until 2002. These are a total of 1189 grams of sterling silver. They are 15 inches tall.
105   AN EMBROIDERY/SAMPLER OF THE KOTEL. Jerusalem, 1905. Hand stitched. Decorated with Holy Land scenes. 17" x 21".
106   THIRTY EIGHT GATES OF THE BIBLE BY SHMUEL BONEH. 1983.
107   A YAD VASHEM MEMORIAL LAMP. Israel, c. 1970. In traditional form in memory of the six million. 8" tall.
108   A LEVY'S RYE BREAD POSTER. American, c. 1970. Of An African American child. 45" x 29.5".
109   THREE SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. Poland, 19the century. Two beakers and one goblet. All engraved with period decoration.5.5" tall. 2.5" tall. And 2".
110   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Lemberg,1854. On a stylized base with ornately chased upper portion.  4.8" tall
111   A LARGE OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, early 20th century. Finely carved with old city scenes. 9” tall.
112   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c.1900. Stylized square base with bright cut engraved design. 11” tall.
113   A MAGNIFICENT SABBATH CAP (KUPKA). Poland, c.1850. Clearly the highest quality of shpainer arbeit. Decorated with applied cut glass and silver decoration With original lace front (to cover the possibility of protruding hair) This style of head covering was worn by wealthy Jewish women on the Sabbath and Holidays.
114   A MINIATURE SILVER FILIGREE MEGILLAH CASE. Probably Israel c. 1980. With paper megillah. 3" tall.
115   A COLLECTION OF PRINTS: JERUSALEM, TWELVE VIEWS OF THE OLD CITY: First half 20th century. Published by the Pro-Jerusalem Society. Photos taken by J. Benoir-Kalter. 15.5” x 11.5”.
116   A SILVER GILDED KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c.1880. On three balls. Decorated with baroque design and interior gilding. 3.4” tall.
117   AN OLIVE WOOD MIRROR. Jerusalem, late 19th/early 20th century. Decorated with inlaid wood and painted. Bird decoration. 12” long.
118   A LARGE AND EARLY ETROG BOX BY HADAR. Israel, 1960’s. Oval in form. Decoration with green paint and biblical commandment related to holiday. 5.5” wide.
119   A CERAMIC CHARITY BOX BY LESLIE EUGENE. American, 20th century. Blue glaze. Hebrew word for charity emboldened on the roof. Signed.  4.3” tall.
120   A WOODEN CHARITY BOX. Probably American, mid 20th century. In the shape of a house with brass windows. 4.2” tall.
121   A STERLING SILVER SPICE BOX BY I.M. FAIN. Israel, c. 1980. On a round decorated base with filigree midsection. Topped by a Jewish star. Signed. 4.9” tall.
122   A SILVER BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT. Probably Eastern Europe, c. 1900. Square with two outwardly facing lions 2.5” wide.
123   A RARE EARTHENWARE YIDDISH EMBOSSED PLATE. Poland, 19th century. Embossed in the outer rim in Yiddish: "BREAD, MEAT AND FISH IS A HAPPY TABLE". Chips, cracks and repairs. 10" wide.
124   A LARGE BURIAL SOCIETY RELATED KIDDUSH GOBLET. Romania, c. 1890. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Engraved on upper portion “THIS WAS GIVEN TO THE CHEVRA KADISCHA BY YAAKOV HOCHMAN ON THE DAY OF HIS MOTHER’S PASSING MRS CHAYAH SARAH DAUGHTER OF ESTHER 17 MARCHESHVAN”. 7.5” tall.
125   A LARGE AND HEAVY SILVER TORAH SHIELD BY JACOB ROSENZWEIG. London, 1919. Heavily chased with floral and swirling borders. Decorated with two lions flanking a crown, an ark with a miniature Torah, two applied floral columns and a portion plaque box. Marked. 11” tall.
126   A SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Probably American, 1890. Engraved with bright cut design. Decorated with an applied crown, two lions flanking a Decalogue and a portion plaque box. Marked 1890, maker and Russian town mark. 11.5” tall.
127   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Palestine, early 20th century. On thin staves engraved with donor information. The upper portion bell shaped and fitted with several styles of appendages and bells. 11.5” tall.
128   A LARGE SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Arverne, NY, c. 1920. With a decorated filigree border. Further decorated with two filigree Solomonic pillars, a crown, the decalogue and flowers. Marked. 15.4” tall.
129   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1890. Decorated with swags and pendants. Marked. 3.4” tall.
130   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Probably Germany, c. 1910. Hand wrought and hammered. Decorated with gilded bells and art deco style Magen David finial. 13.2” tall. Apparently unmarked.
131   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH CROWN BY BIER SILVERSMITHS. Israel, c. 1960. Decorated with brutalist ribs and cast tribal figures on top. Engraved with dedication inscription. 10.6” tall.
132   A YAHRZEIT CANDLE HOLDER BY ZELIG SEGAL. Israel, c. 1986. With cut out letters spelling out “zechor” mounted on a wavy back. 5.2” tall.
133   AN EARLY ISRAEL SILVER FILIGREE ETROG BOX. Israel, c. 1960. House form. Hand made of spun filigree. Each corner with a filigree sphere. Marked with an early tax mark. 6.2” wide.
134   A JERUSALEM STONE CHALLAH BOARD BY MICHAEL KUPIETSKY. Israel, Modern. With a wooden base and Jerusalem stone body engraved with kabbalistic prayer based on the Ari. 11” x 15”.
135   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably Germany, 20th century. Castle-tower shaped. On round base with cut lattice work windows. Marked.
136   A COPPER AND BLUE STONE MENORAH. Israel, 20th century. On round base engraved with Hebrew blessings. Decorated throughout with applied blue stones.
137   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Dutch, c. 1900. On the shape of a stork. On round base with two legs and a realistically chased body.
138   A SILVER MEZUZAH. Hungary or Poland, early 20th century. Decorated with two outwardly facing birds and a crown.
139   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Germany, c. 1900. On a round base with a castle shaped body. Topped with a Jewish star.
140   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1990. On a square footed base with a cast body. The door spelling out the partial blessing.
141   AN ALUMINUM CHARITY CONTAINER. American, c. 1980. Collecting funds for the Temple Israel Fund.
142   A LARGE BRASS SAMOVAR. Russian, c. 1900. With original tea pot.
143   A ELIJAH CUP BY ROBERT LIPNICK, USA, c. 1991. Hand painted and glazed with holiday themes. 7.1" tall.
144   A LINEN YIDDISH EYE CHART. New York, c. 1930. Printed with Yiddish characters.
145   A LITHOGRAPH MIZRACH. Germany, c. 1900. Decorated with Moses and Aaron as well as other related figures.
146   A LITHOGRAPH BY ISAAC HOLTZ.. American, c. 1980. Of a Jewish wedding in the Shtetel.
147   A PRINT BY MICHAEL MITCHNICK. American, c. 1990. Decorated with a crown ad menorah and other Judaic figures.
148   AN ISRAELI TIN. Israel, c. 1948. Oval shaped and decorated with scenes from early Israel.
149   A STERLING SILVER BRACELET. Palestine, c. 1940. Decorated with scenes from the Holy Land.
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1   A LARGE BRASS CHARITY RECEPTION HAND. In the style of Alsace work. With a round plate that mounts to the wall and extended hand with a slot for coins. 9” tall and 9” wide.
2   A LARGE BUTCHER KNIFE. Continental, 20th century. With later engraving related to Yom Kippur and a Judaic hand washing scene. 14.4” long.
3   A PARCEL GILT POWDER OR ANTISEPTIC FLASK. Augsburg, 1763- 1765. Hand engraved with floral motif. On anoval base. Marked. 3.7” tall.
4   A SILVER FILIGREE AMULET. Probably Italy. In heart shape. With later plaque in the center with G-d’s name. 3.4” tall.
5   A LARGE SILVER FOOTED BEAKER BY GEORG DANIEL DURSCH. Nuremberg, c. 1670. On three balled feet. Embossed with swags of fruit and foliate decoration. Marked. 3.7” tall.
6   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Modern, In italian style. Embossed with two winged griffons flanking an urn. 7.7” wide.
7   A GILDED SILVER AND CORAL TORAH POINTER. In Polish style. Constructed with spherical upper portion alternating with red coral and a pomander mid section. In the original presentation box. 10.5” long.
8   AN ANTIQUE SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably the USA, 1910. On stylized round base with baluster shaped stem and inwardly tapering filigree midsection. Fitted with 5 flags. Inscribed with dedication dated to 1910. 11” tall.
9   AN EARLY ISRAEL GUITAR ORNAMENT. Israel, c. 1950. Green patina paint. Marked made in Israel. 10.5” long.
10   A JNF/KKL CHARITY CONTAINER. United States, c. 1930. Made by the Novelty Can Company in NY. Decorated with a map of the Holy Land. 4.5” tall.
11   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUP BY MORRIS SALKIND. London, 1927. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Upper large portion is engraved “PRESENTED BY UNCLE AND AUNTIE DAVIS TO MR. AND MRS. H. MALTZ ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR SILVER WEDDING, FEB. 25, 1912- FEB. 25, 1927. 6.7” tall.
12   A PEWTER COVERED URN. Germany. Traditional design with lid. 7.5” tall.
13   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
14   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
15   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
16   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1960. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
17   RARE BRONZE KEREN KAYEMTH LEYISROEL MEDAL. Argentina, 1973-1974. Decorated with a forest on one side and an active tractor on the other. Spanish along the border. 58mm.
18   A SOLID SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In early italian style. Decorated with swirling flows, a bird and G-d’s name. 5” x 4”. 7.2 troy ounces.
19   A STERLING SILVER CHARITY CONTAINER. Israel, 20th century. Made completely of filigree with applied Hebrew word for charity. 4” tall and 4 troy ounces.
20   A SILVER WINE BOTTLE AND UNDERPLATE BY JAN POGORZEWLSKI. Warsaw, c. 1900. The underplate is 7.7” wide and the bottle is 9” tall. Small crushing to round base. Tray is in near-perfect condition. 14.97 troy ounces.
21   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH TOP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, c. 1950. Rectangular with eight teapot shaped oil or candle receptacles and a later installed urn. 13” wide and 4.68 troy ounces.
22   A SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In traditional form. Decorated in baroque style. With a teardrop shaped door that opens for placement of the amulet. 5.2” x 3.7”.
23   AN EARLY AND RARE HAND MADE WALL SCONCE. Continental, 1845. Chased with a reflective pane and Jewish motifs. 11.7”  7.34 troy ounces. tall.
24   A LARGE SILVER STANDING FRUIT BASKET BY FM MILLER. Hamburg, 19th century. On a round base engraved with floral designs that attach to a baluster shaped stem and large upen upper portion. 8.6” tall, 9.7” wide and 14.83 troy ounces.
25   AN EARLY SILVER BEAKER. Augsburg, 18th century. On a small round foot. With a thin handle.2.7” wide.  Marked.
26   A GROUP OF THREE PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS. Probably American, 20th century. Two with silver beading designs and one in floral design with central stone.
27   A GROUP OF FOUR PEWTER BOWLS. Germany 19th century. Including two large basins (12.7” and 11.7” wide) and two smaller dishes (8.7” and 7.4” wide).
28   A LARGE SILVER MULTI SIDED BEAKER CUP. France, c. 1900. Traditional style in beaker form. 3.2” tall.
29   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER BEAKER. France, early 19th century. Exceptionally large. Marked. 4” tall and 3.5” wide.
30   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER CUP. Nuremberg, 19th century. On a round base with belted midsection and outwardly tapering upper portion. Marked. 5.2” tall.
31   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER SPOONS. Warsaw, 1879. Signed by maker Szyldberg. 9” long each.
32   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
33   AN EARLY NEW YEAR CARD. Germany, c. 1900. For the American market. With a pop up Sukkah scene. 4” tall.
34   A STERLING SILVER WASHING CUP. Israel, c. 1990. By Nadav silversmiths. With two handles and applied Hebrew lettering : “AL NETILAT YADAYIM”. 4.2” tall.
35   A STERLING SILVER SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, c. 1950. On four feet. In tower shape with blue applied stones and wire work. 5.6” tall. Marked Yerushalayim and 935.
36   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with applied brass plaquettes of Holy Land sites. 5.5” tall.
37   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On a round base with carved wooden body. Topped with Jewish star.. 5.5” tall.
38   AN OLIVE WOOD PAPER WEIGHT. Jerusalem, c. 1900. Carved out with Christian crosses and Jerusalem in English. 4.2” wide.
39   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. American, c. 1920. Traditional form. 4.5” tall each. 3.43  troy ounces.
40   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Warsaw, c. 1900. Traditional form. Engraved with Hebrew initials Chet and Bet. Marked and signed. 3” tall.
41   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Russia, 1889. Engraved with town and floral designs. 2.4” tall.
42   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET BY BEZALEL. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with acid etched designs. Engraved in Hebrew: there is no happiness without wine. 5.2” tall.
43   AN EARLY SILVER LETTER OPENER. Palestine, c. 1900. In sword shape. Marked. 6” long.
44   A STERLING SILVER ETROG BOX DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. New York, 20th century. On round base. Hand hammered. Signed Wolpert, Sterling silver. 5.7” wide.
45   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Germany, 19th century. On a round base with hand cut mid section decorated with acanthus leaf design. Original flag with engraved initials. 9.7” tall.
46   A GROUP OF 10 STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS. Probably American, c. 1950. Each decorated with floral designs. 9.53 troy ounces total weight. 2.9” tall each.
47   A PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c. 1900. Each on a round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Marked. Weighted. 10.3” tall.
48   A PAIR OF EARLY SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Germany, 19th century. Each on a square base with engraved circular design. Upper portion with decorative skirted stem. Marked. 9.5” tall each.
49   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Warsaw, c. 1920. Each on a square base supported by decorative feet. The body is composed of Corinthian columns. 13” tall. Marked.
50   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna c. 1900. Each on four decorated feet. Bases with mounted lion heads. Baluster shaped bodies. Some dents. 15.7" tall.
51   AN EARLY BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP BY BEZALEL. Jerusalem, c. 1920. The backplate triangular in form with architectural design and embossing with hanukkah related sayings. The candle holders were made from spent bullet shell casings. Signed. 7.7” tall.
52   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Birmingham, 1935. On a stylized square base with eight candle holders and original servant light. 9.8” x 7.2” 7.86 troy ounces.
53   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1840. On an octagonal base with knobbed stem. Upper portions with eight teardrop shaped chasings and engraved bands. 4.9” tall.
54   Large Ludwig Wolpert Sterling Silver Round Tray, having pierced Hebraic prayer decoration on rim, wooden cutting board center back marked Wolpert, MSS and  sterling silver. diameter 15 inches, 35.6 troy ounces.
55   AN UNUSUAL HEAVY METAL HANUKKAH WALL LAMP. Continental, 20th century. The backplate in neo-Gothic design. Apparently silver plated. 11.5” wide.
56   A RARE WOODEN INLAID WALL DECORATION. American, c. 1900. Praying rabbi. is in overall good condition with slight wear of age. The area of the inlay measures 7 7/8" Inches tall by 11 1/2" Inches wide. The frame measures 13 1/2" Inches tall by 17" inches wide.
57   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Austrian c. 1900. With a round base with beaded rim. Central section in art deco form. Upper section engraved with dedication to the Chatan Menachem son of Rabbi Daniel Schwartz and his wife from Rachel daughter of Devorah Horowitz. 8.8" tall.
58   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American or Russian, c. 1900. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked 1884 and 84. 13” tall x 10.5” wide. 30 troy ounces.
59   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American, c. 1950. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked sterling. 14” tall x 10” wide. 23.7 troy ounces.
60   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Portugal, c. 1965. Decorated with applied plaques of the seven species. Marked WH, Portugal, Sterling and 925. 9.5” tall x 8” wide. 17 troy ounces.
61   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Israel, c. 1970. Hand made and hand hammered. Decorated with a tree of life motif. Marked Sterling and Israel. 18.5 troy ounces. 9.5” tall x 8.2” wide.
62   A GROUP OF FOUR STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Israel, c. 1970. Two near identical pairs (one piece now missing crown). Decorated with the 12 tribes. Hand hammered staves. 13.7” tall (3). Total weight is over 53 troy ounces.
63   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). One arm lacking. Topped with bird finial. 25.2 troy ounces. 14.5” tall.
64   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). 37.47 troy ounces. 15.5” tall.
65   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1920. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). Engraved with dedication from the Shapiro family. 32.87 troy ounces. 15.9” tall.
66   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna 19th century. On a large stylized round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Upper portion baluster shaped. 14.5" tall.
67   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Probably USA, 20th century. In traditional form. With applied lettering “THE NATION THAT SANCTIFIES THE SEVENTH”. 8.2” tall. Marked Wolpert, Sterling silver. 8.3” tall.
68   A LARGE SILVER ETROG BOX. Germany, 19th century. Stylized rectangular shape. Fitted with a floral finial. Marked "13". 359 grams. 6.2" wide x 5.2" tall.
69   A PAIR OF SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1880. Each chased with a decorative upper band. Marked L. Posen, 800, crown and moon. 2.7" and 3.2" tall.
70   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, 20th century. The base is chased with grapevine design and the backplate with lions. Marked Bezalel, Jerusalem and Kesef in Hebrew. 5.2” tall, 5” wide.
71   THREE STERLING SILVER SERVING DISHES. Various makers and sizes. Total weight 12.92 troy ounces.
72   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au- Main, c. 1900. On a round bell shaped base with lattice work midsection. Signed. 7.5” tall.
73   A SILVER SPICE BOX. Czechoslovakia, c. 1920. Art deco in design. Round base with square shaped body. Engraved border design. 7.2” tall.
74   A TRENCH ART HANUKKAH MENORAH. Israel, c. 1960. Made from a rifle butt and spent shells.
75   AN SILVER BRIS GUARD. Probably Germany, early 20th century. Decorated with shell and floral embossments. 3” long.
76   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Vienna, c. 1920. On a round base with scrolling lattice work main body. 5.7” tall.
77   A SILVER ETROG CONTAINER. Possibly Yemenite, 20th century. In the shape of a duck. 5” long.
78   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Germany, early 20th century. On a round base with an embossed body decorated with fruit and leaf design. Engraved with biblical commandment to Remember the Sabbath. 4.7” tall.
79   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Twisted body with two spherical grips, one with early lead solder repair. With the original suspension ring. 9.5” long.
80   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Tubular in design with decorated upper portion and downward pointing finger. 10.6” long.
81   A SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Poland, c. 1910. Beaker form. Engraved in central cartouche: THE CUP OF SALVATION I SHALL RAISE. RABBI YOSEF ZVI KATZ. 2.6” tall.
82   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Warsaw, 1869. On a square base with skirted stem and chased upper portion decorated with flowers and leaf design. Engraved with the former owner’s name, Chaim Sukalski. Marked with maker RHS, 84, town and 1869. 5.5” tall.
83   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On an eight sided base with striated knobbed stem. Upper solid section with interior gilding. 5” tall.
84   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On octagonal base. Large upper portion with knobbed stem. Marked with maker BD and 12. 4.8” tall.
85   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Vienna, c. 1880. On a round beaded base with bright cut, engine turned design. Engraved with dedication: “Doron drasha from the TAB community, G-d should protect it.” Tav was a town in the province of Somogy southwest of Hungary. 6.7” tall.
86   A LARGE PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS BY SWINARSKI. Warsaw, 1862. On square bases, each chased with floral designs. Further decorated with two skirts and fitted with original bobeches. Restored, weighted and lacquered. Marked 1862, Maker, 84 and town mark. 12” tall.
87   A MONUMENTAL SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET. Budapest, 1937. Exceptionally large. Engraved on base “GIVEN BY THE HOLY CONGREGATION ADAS ARTAH OF BUDAPEST”. 10.4” tall.
88   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY OSTROCHULSKI. Warsaw, 19th century. On four feet with a rectangular base that supports eight oil holders. Backplate chased with a basket of flowers, a lion, birds and a crown. With the original servant lamp and oil pitcher. Signed. 8.7” tall.
89   A SILVER TORAH POINTER. Russia, c. 1820. Grip portion engraved with flowing leaf design. Lower portion with cuffed hand. Marked. 9.6” long.
90   A LARGE STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Probably Israel, c. 1990. On four feet. Chased with scrolling design. Upper portion with eight candle holders and detached servant lamp. 20" tall.
91   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX. Israel, c. 1950. In traditional form with a map of Israel and KKL insignia on front. 4.9" tall.
92   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX.Israel, c. 1970. The front with a picture of a hand holding a tree to be planted. The side and back with pictures and descriptions for intended uses of funds including: Wildfire prevention and suppression, dams and reservoirs, monuments and memorials, arid land management, archeological restorations, and land reclamation. In addition the back indicates "make the wilderness bloom". 4.6" tall.
93   A COPPER RELIEF OF THEODORE HERZL. Probably Palestine, c. 1930. With profile facing left. 8" x 6".
94   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
95   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a tree awaiting planting., JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
96   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF logo and title in Hebrew. 4.5" tall.
97   A LARGE STERLING SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1970. On four baroque feet. With eight lion shaped oil holders, each with a tube for a wick. The backplate is embossed with flowers and a crown. Fitted with an oil jug and a servant lamp. 13" tall x 13.7" wide.
98   A LARGE BRASS SABBATH CANDELABRA. The Netherlands, late 19th century. On a round base with four candle holders. Fitted with a royal lion finial. 21" tall.
99   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. London, 1923. On round base. With a presentation inscription from the Austrian Synagogue in 1923. Dents to rim. 172 grams. 6.4" tall.
100   A TIN HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1900. On four feet. The backplate embossed with a Star of David. 8.2" tall.
101   A BRASS IVRIAH MENORAH. American, c. 1940. On a tapering rectangular base. With the original servant lamp. Ivriah was a preeminent Jewish women's organization organized in 1926 to promote Jewish schooling after a study that showed that over 70% of Jewish children did not attend a Jewish school. It also promoted Jewish education for women. 8.8" tall.
102   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c. 1880. On a round foot with a lower band decorated with a bunch of grapes. Upper section engraved in Hebrew with former owner's name in Hebrew: Chaim Gottlieb. Marked 800, crown and moon. 5.6" tall.
103   A LARGE BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP. Poland, c. 1800. On four flat feet. With pierced back, eight oil fonts and two copper Sabbath candle holders. 9" wide.
104   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. JUDAICA NEW YORK CONG DERECH EMUNOTH ROCKAWAY Here is a piece of Far Rockaway Jewish history. Congregation Derech Emunoth was founded in 1906 and served the Orthodox Jewish population of Arverne until 2002. These are a total of 1189 grams of sterling silver. They are 15 inches tall.
105   AN EMBROIDERY/SAMPLER OF THE KOTEL. Jerusalem, 1905. Hand stitched. Decorated with Holy Land scenes. 17" x 21".
106   THIRTY EIGHT GATES OF THE BIBLE BY SHMUEL BONEH. 1983.
107   A YAD VASHEM MEMORIAL LAMP. Israel, c. 1970. In traditional form in memory of the six million. 8" tall.
108   A LEVY'S RYE BREAD POSTER. American, c. 1970. Of An African American child. 45" x 29.5".
109   THREE SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. Poland, 19the century. Two beakers and one goblet. All engraved with period decoration.5.5" tall. 2.5" tall. And 2".
110   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Lemberg,1854. On a stylized base with ornately chased upper portion.  4.8" tall
111   A LARGE OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, early 20th century. Finely carved with old city scenes. 9” tall.
112   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c.1900. Stylized square base with bright cut engraved design. 11” tall.
113   A MAGNIFICENT SABBATH CAP (KUPKA). Poland, c.1850. Clearly the highest quality of shpainer arbeit. Decorated with applied cut glass and silver decoration With original lace front (to cover the possibility of protruding hair) This style of head covering was worn by wealthy Jewish women on the Sabbath and Holidays.
114   A MINIATURE SILVER FILIGREE MEGILLAH CASE. Probably Israel c. 1980. With paper megillah. 3" tall.
115   A COLLECTION OF PRINTS: JERUSALEM, TWELVE VIEWS OF THE OLD CITY: First half 20th century. Published by the Pro-Jerusalem Society. Photos taken by J. Benoir-Kalter. 15.5” x 11.5”.
116   A SILVER GILDED KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c.1880. On three balls. Decorated with baroque design and interior gilding. 3.4” tall.
117   AN OLIVE WOOD MIRROR. Jerusalem, late 19th/early 20th century. Decorated with inlaid wood and painted. Bird decoration. 12” long.
118   A LARGE AND EARLY ETROG BOX BY HADAR. Israel, 1960’s. Oval in form. Decoration with green paint and biblical commandment related to holiday. 5.5” wide.
119   A CERAMIC CHARITY BOX BY LESLIE EUGENE. American, 20th century. Blue glaze. Hebrew word for charity emboldened on the roof. Signed.  4.3” tall.
120   A WOODEN CHARITY BOX. Probably American, mid 20th century. In the shape of a house with brass windows. 4.2” tall.
121   A STERLING SILVER SPICE BOX BY I.M. FAIN. Israel, c. 1980. On a round decorated base with filigree midsection. Topped by a Jewish star. Signed. 4.9” tall.
122   A SILVER BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT. Probably Eastern Europe, c. 1900. Square with two outwardly facing lions 2.5” wide.
123   A RARE EARTHENWARE YIDDISH EMBOSSED PLATE. Poland, 19th century. Embossed in the outer rim in Yiddish: "BREAD, MEAT AND FISH IS A HAPPY TABLE". Chips, cracks and repairs. 10" wide.
124   A LARGE BURIAL SOCIETY RELATED KIDDUSH GOBLET. Romania, c. 1890. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Engraved on upper portion “THIS WAS GIVEN TO THE CHEVRA KADISCHA BY YAAKOV HOCHMAN ON THE DAY OF HIS MOTHER’S PASSING MRS CHAYAH SARAH DAUGHTER OF ESTHER 17 MARCHESHVAN”. 7.5” tall.
125   A LARGE AND HEAVY SILVER TORAH SHIELD BY JACOB ROSENZWEIG. London, 1919. Heavily chased with floral and swirling borders. Decorated with two lions flanking a crown, an ark with a miniature Torah, two applied floral columns and a portion plaque box. Marked. 11” tall.
126   A SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Probably American, 1890. Engraved with bright cut design. Decorated with an applied crown, two lions flanking a Decalogue and a portion plaque box. Marked 1890, maker and Russian town mark. 11.5” tall.
127   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Palestine, early 20th century. On thin staves engraved with donor information. The upper portion bell shaped and fitted with several styles of appendages and bells. 11.5” tall.
128   A LARGE SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Arverne, NY, c. 1920. With a decorated filigree border. Further decorated with two filigree Solomonic pillars, a crown, the decalogue and flowers. Marked. 15.4” tall.
129   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1890. Decorated with swags and pendants. Marked. 3.4” tall.
130   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Probably Germany, c. 1910. Hand wrought and hammered. Decorated with gilded bells and art deco style Magen David finial. 13.2” tall. Apparently unmarked.
131   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH CROWN BY BIER SILVERSMITHS. Israel, c. 1960. Decorated with brutalist ribs and cast tribal figures on top. Engraved with dedication inscription. 10.6” tall.
132   A YAHRZEIT CANDLE HOLDER BY ZELIG SEGAL. Israel, c. 1986. With cut out letters spelling out “zechor” mounted on a wavy back. 5.2” tall.
133   AN EARLY ISRAEL SILVER FILIGREE ETROG BOX. Israel, c. 1960. House form. Hand made of spun filigree. Each corner with a filigree sphere. Marked with an early tax mark. 6.2” wide.
134   A JERUSALEM STONE CHALLAH BOARD BY MICHAEL KUPIETSKY. Israel, Modern. With a wooden base and Jerusalem stone body engraved with kabbalistic prayer based on the Ari. 11” x 15”.
135   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably Germany, 20th century. Castle-tower shaped. On round base with cut lattice work windows. Marked.
136   A COPPER AND BLUE STONE MENORAH. Israel, 20th century. On round base engraved with Hebrew blessings. Decorated throughout with applied blue stones.
137   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Dutch, c. 1900. On the shape of a stork. On round base with two legs and a realistically chased body.
138   A SILVER MEZUZAH. Hungary or Poland, early 20th century. Decorated with two outwardly facing birds and a crown.
139   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Germany, c. 1900. On a round base with a castle shaped body. Topped with a Jewish star.
140   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1990. On a square footed base with a cast body. The door spelling out the partial blessing.
141   AN ALUMINUM CHARITY CONTAINER. American, c. 1980. Collecting funds for the Temple Israel Fund.
142   A LARGE BRASS SAMOVAR. Russian, c. 1900. With original tea pot.
143   A ELIJAH CUP BY ROBERT LIPNICK, USA, c. 1991. Hand painted and glazed with holiday themes. 7.1" tall.
144   A LINEN YIDDISH EYE CHART. New York, c. 1930. Printed with Yiddish characters.
145   A LITHOGRAPH MIZRACH. Germany, c. 1900. Decorated with Moses and Aaron as well as other related figures.
146   A LITHOGRAPH BY ISAAC HOLTZ.. American, c. 1980. Of a Jewish wedding in the Shtetel.
147   A PRINT BY MICHAEL MITCHNICK. American, c. 1990. Decorated with a crown ad menorah and other Judaic figures.
148   AN ISRAELI TIN. Israel, c. 1948. Oval shaped and decorated with scenes from early Israel.
149   A STERLING SILVER BRACELET. Palestine, c. 1940. Decorated with scenes from the Holy Land.
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SPRING GALLERY JUDAICA AUCTION
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Bidding Starts: Monday May 18 , 9:00 AM
Bidding Ends: Sunday Jun 14 , 12:00 PM
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Cedarhurst, NJ 11516

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1   A LARGE BRASS CHARITY RECEPTION HAND. In the style of Alsace work. With a round plate that mounts to the wall and extended hand with a slot for coins. 9” tall and 9” wide.
2   A LARGE BUTCHER KNIFE. Continental, 20th century. With later engraving related to Yom Kippur and a Judaic hand washing scene. 14.4” long.
3   A PARCEL GILT POWDER OR ANTISEPTIC FLASK. Augsburg, 1763- 1765. Hand engraved with floral motif. On anoval base. Marked. 3.7” tall.
4   A SILVER FILIGREE AMULET. Probably Italy. In heart shape. With later plaque in the center with G-d’s name. 3.4” tall.
5   A LARGE SILVER FOOTED BEAKER BY GEORG DANIEL DURSCH. Nuremberg, c. 1670. On three balled feet. Embossed with swags of fruit and foliate decoration. Marked. 3.7” tall.
6   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Modern, In italian style. Embossed with two winged griffons flanking an urn. 7.7” wide.
7   A GILDED SILVER AND CORAL TORAH POINTER. In Polish style. Constructed with spherical upper portion alternating with red coral and a pomander mid section. In the original presentation box. 10.5” long.
8   AN ANTIQUE SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably the USA, 1910. On stylized round base with baluster shaped stem and inwardly tapering filigree midsection. Fitted with 5 flags. Inscribed with dedication dated to 1910. 11” tall.
9   AN EARLY ISRAEL GUITAR ORNAMENT. Israel, c. 1950. Green patina paint. Marked made in Israel. 10.5” long.
10   A JNF/KKL CHARITY CONTAINER. United States, c. 1930. Made by the Novelty Can Company in NY. Decorated with a map of the Holy Land. 4.5” tall.
11   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUP BY MORRIS SALKIND. London, 1927. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Upper large portion is engraved “PRESENTED BY UNCLE AND AUNTIE DAVIS TO MR. AND MRS. H. MALTZ ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR SILVER WEDDING, FEB. 25, 1912- FEB. 25, 1927. 6.7” tall.
12   A PEWTER COVERED URN. Germany. Traditional design with lid. 7.5” tall.
13   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
14   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
15   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
16   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1960. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
17   RARE BRONZE KEREN KAYEMTH LEYISROEL MEDAL. Argentina, 1973-1974. Decorated with a forest on one side and an active tractor on the other. Spanish along the border. 58mm.
18   A SOLID SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In early italian style. Decorated with swirling flows, a bird and G-d’s name. 5” x 4”. 7.2 troy ounces.
19   A STERLING SILVER CHARITY CONTAINER. Israel, 20th century. Made completely of filigree with applied Hebrew word for charity. 4” tall and 4 troy ounces.
20   A SILVER WINE BOTTLE AND UNDERPLATE BY JAN POGORZEWLSKI. Warsaw, c. 1900. The underplate is 7.7” wide and the bottle is 9” tall. Small crushing to round base. Tray is in near-perfect condition. 14.97 troy ounces.
21   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH TOP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, c. 1950. Rectangular with eight teapot shaped oil or candle receptacles and a later installed urn. 13” wide and 4.68 troy ounces.
22   A SILVER AMULET HOLDER. Probably Italy, 20th century. In traditional form. Decorated in baroque style. With a teardrop shaped door that opens for placement of the amulet. 5.2” x 3.7”.
23   AN EARLY AND RARE HAND MADE WALL SCONCE. Continental, 1845. Chased with a reflective pane and Jewish motifs. 11.7”  7.34 troy ounces. tall.
24   A LARGE SILVER STANDING FRUIT BASKET BY FM MILLER. Hamburg, 19th century. On a round base engraved with floral designs that attach to a baluster shaped stem and large upen upper portion. 8.6” tall, 9.7” wide and 14.83 troy ounces.
25   AN EARLY SILVER BEAKER. Augsburg, 18th century. On a small round foot. With a thin handle.2.7” wide.  Marked.
26   A GROUP OF THREE PAIRS OF CUFFLINKS. Probably American, 20th century. Two with silver beading designs and one in floral design with central stone.
27   A GROUP OF FOUR PEWTER BOWLS. Germany 19th century. Including two large basins (12.7” and 11.7” wide) and two smaller dishes (8.7” and 7.4” wide).
28   A LARGE SILVER MULTI SIDED BEAKER CUP. France, c. 1900. Traditional style in beaker form. 3.2” tall.
29   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER BEAKER. France, early 19th century. Exceptionally large. Marked. 4” tall and 3.5” wide.
30   A MONUMENTAL ANTIQUE SILVER CUP. Nuremberg, 19th century. On a round base with belted midsection and outwardly tapering upper portion. Marked. 5.2” tall.
31   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER SPOONS. Warsaw, 1879. Signed by maker Szyldberg. 9” long each.
32   A VINTAGE JNF CHARITY CONTAINER. N.Y.C, C. 1930. An early example of the classic blue box. 4.7” tall.
33   AN EARLY NEW YEAR CARD. Germany, c. 1900. For the American market. With a pop up Sukkah scene. 4” tall.
34   A STERLING SILVER WASHING CUP. Israel, c. 1990. By Nadav silversmiths. With two handles and applied Hebrew lettering : “AL NETILAT YADAYIM”. 4.2” tall.
35   A STERLING SILVER SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, c. 1950. On four feet. In tower shape with blue applied stones and wire work. 5.6” tall. Marked Yerushalayim and 935.
36   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with applied brass plaquettes of Holy Land sites. 5.5” tall.
37   AN OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1950. On a round base with carved wooden body. Topped with Jewish star.. 5.5” tall.
38   AN OLIVE WOOD PAPER WEIGHT. Jerusalem, c. 1900. Carved out with Christian crosses and Jerusalem in English. 4.2” wide.
39   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. American, c. 1920. Traditional form. 4.5” tall each. 3.43  troy ounces.
40   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Warsaw, c. 1900. Traditional form. Engraved with Hebrew initials Chet and Bet. Marked and signed. 3” tall.
41   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER CUP. Russia, 1889. Engraved with town and floral designs. 2.4” tall.
42   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET BY BEZALEL. Israel, c. 1950. On round base with acid etched designs. Engraved in Hebrew: there is no happiness without wine. 5.2” tall.
43   AN EARLY SILVER LETTER OPENER. Palestine, c. 1900. In sword shape. Marked. 6” long.
44   A STERLING SILVER ETROG BOX DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. New York, 20th century. On round base. Hand hammered. Signed Wolpert, Sterling silver. 5.7” wide.
45   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Germany, 19th century. On a round base with hand cut mid section decorated with acanthus leaf design. Original flag with engraved initials. 9.7” tall.
46   A GROUP OF 10 STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS. Probably American, c. 1950. Each decorated with floral designs. 9.53 troy ounces total weight. 2.9” tall each.
47   A PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c. 1900. Each on a round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Marked. Weighted. 10.3” tall.
48   A PAIR OF EARLY SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Germany, 19th century. Each on a square base with engraved circular design. Upper portion with decorative skirted stem. Marked. 9.5” tall each.
49   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Warsaw, c. 1920. Each on a square base supported by decorative feet. The body is composed of Corinthian columns. 13” tall. Marked.
50   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna c. 1900. Each on four decorated feet. Bases with mounted lion heads. Baluster shaped bodies. Some dents. 15.7" tall.
51   AN EARLY BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP BY BEZALEL. Jerusalem, c. 1920. The backplate triangular in form with architectural design and embossing with hanukkah related sayings. The candle holders were made from spent bullet shell casings. Signed. 7.7” tall.
52   A STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Birmingham, 1935. On a stylized square base with eight candle holders and original servant light. 9.8” x 7.2” 7.86 troy ounces.
53   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1840. On an octagonal base with knobbed stem. Upper portions with eight teardrop shaped chasings and engraved bands. 4.9” tall.
54   Large Ludwig Wolpert Sterling Silver Round Tray, having pierced Hebraic prayer decoration on rim, wooden cutting board center back marked Wolpert, MSS and  sterling silver. diameter 15 inches, 35.6 troy ounces.
55   AN UNUSUAL HEAVY METAL HANUKKAH WALL LAMP. Continental, 20th century. The backplate in neo-Gothic design. Apparently silver plated. 11.5” wide.
56   A RARE WOODEN INLAID WALL DECORATION. American, c. 1900. Praying rabbi. is in overall good condition with slight wear of age. The area of the inlay measures 7 7/8" Inches tall by 11 1/2" Inches wide. The frame measures 13 1/2" Inches tall by 17" inches wide.
57   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Austrian c. 1900. With a round base with beaded rim. Central section in art deco form. Upper section engraved with dedication to the Chatan Menachem son of Rabbi Daniel Schwartz and his wife from Rachel daughter of Devorah Horowitz. 8.8" tall.
58   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American or Russian, c. 1900. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked 1884 and 84. 13” tall x 10.5” wide. 30 troy ounces.
59   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. American, c. 1950. Hand chased with columns, flowers, lions, a crown and an ark. Marked sterling. 14” tall x 10” wide. 23.7 troy ounces.
60   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Portugal, c. 1965. Decorated with applied plaques of the seven species. Marked WH, Portugal, Sterling and 925. 9.5” tall x 8” wide. 17 troy ounces.
61   A STERLING SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Israel, c. 1970. Hand made and hand hammered. Decorated with a tree of life motif. Marked Sterling and Israel. 18.5 troy ounces. 9.5” tall x 8.2” wide.
62   A GROUP OF FOUR STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Israel, c. 1970. Two near identical pairs (one piece now missing crown). Decorated with the 12 tribes. Hand hammered staves. 13.7” tall (3). Total weight is over 53 troy ounces.
63   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). One arm lacking. Topped with bird finial. 25.2 troy ounces. 14.5” tall.
64   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1970. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). 37.47 troy ounces. 15.5” tall.
65   A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TORAH FINIALS. American, c. 1920. On round bases. Decorated with chased scrolling designs and fitted with bells (some now lacking). Engraved with dedication from the Shapiro family. 32.87 troy ounces. 15.9” tall.
66   A PAIR OF LARGE SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna 19th century. On a large stylized round base with an engine turned bright cut design. Upper portion baluster shaped. 14.5" tall.
67   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET DESIGNED BY LUDWIG WOLPERT. Probably USA, 20th century. In traditional form. With applied lettering “THE NATION THAT SANCTIFIES THE SEVENTH”. 8.2” tall. Marked Wolpert, Sterling silver. 8.3” tall.
68   A LARGE SILVER ETROG BOX. Germany, 19th century. Stylized rectangular shape. Fitted with a floral finial. Marked "13". 359 grams. 6.2" wide x 5.2" tall.
69   A PAIR OF SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKERS BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1880. Each chased with a decorative upper band. Marked L. Posen, 800, crown and moon. 2.7" and 3.2" tall.
70   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY THE BEZALEL SCHOOL. Jerusalem, 20th century. The base is chased with grapevine design and the backplate with lions. Marked Bezalel, Jerusalem and Kesef in Hebrew. 5.2” tall, 5” wide.
71   THREE STERLING SILVER SERVING DISHES. Various makers and sizes. Total weight 12.92 troy ounces.
72   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au- Main, c. 1900. On a round bell shaped base with lattice work midsection. Signed. 7.5” tall.
73   A SILVER SPICE BOX. Czechoslovakia, c. 1920. Art deco in design. Round base with square shaped body. Engraved border design. 7.2” tall.
74   A TRENCH ART HANUKKAH MENORAH. Israel, c. 1960. Made from a rifle butt and spent shells.
75   AN SILVER BRIS GUARD. Probably Germany, early 20th century. Decorated with shell and floral embossments. 3” long.
76   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Vienna, c. 1920. On a round base with scrolling lattice work main body. 5.7” tall.
77   A SILVER ETROG CONTAINER. Possibly Yemenite, 20th century. In the shape of a duck. 5” long.
78   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Germany, early 20th century. On a round base with an embossed body decorated with fruit and leaf design. Engraved with biblical commandment to Remember the Sabbath. 4.7” tall.
79   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Twisted body with two spherical grips, one with early lead solder repair. With the original suspension ring. 9.5” long.
80   AN EARLY SILVER TORAH POINTER. Germany, 19th century. Tubular in design with decorated upper portion and downward pointing finger. 10.6” long.
81   A SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Poland, c. 1910. Beaker form. Engraved in central cartouche: THE CUP OF SALVATION I SHALL RAISE. RABBI YOSEF ZVI KATZ. 2.6” tall.
82   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Warsaw, 1869. On a square base with skirted stem and chased upper portion decorated with flowers and leaf design. Engraved with the former owner’s name, Chaim Sukalski. Marked with maker RHS, 84, town and 1869. 5.5” tall.
83   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On an eight sided base with striated knobbed stem. Upper solid section with interior gilding. 5” tall.
84   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Poland, c. 1820. On octagonal base. Large upper portion with knobbed stem. Marked with maker BD and 12. 4.8” tall.
85   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Vienna, c. 1880. On a round beaded base with bright cut, engine turned design. Engraved with dedication: “Doron drasha from the TAB community, G-d should protect it.” Tav was a town in the province of Somogy southwest of Hungary. 6.7” tall.
86   A LARGE PAIR OF SILVER SABBATH CANDLESTICKS BY SWINARSKI. Warsaw, 1862. On square bases, each chased with floral designs. Further decorated with two skirts and fitted with original bobeches. Restored, weighted and lacquered. Marked 1862, Maker, 84 and town mark. 12” tall.
87   A MONUMENTAL SILVER PRESENTATION GOBLET. Budapest, 1937. Exceptionally large. Engraved on base “GIVEN BY THE HOLY CONGREGATION ADAS ARTAH OF BUDAPEST”. 10.4” tall.
88   A SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP BY OSTROCHULSKI. Warsaw, 19th century. On four feet with a rectangular base that supports eight oil holders. Backplate chased with a basket of flowers, a lion, birds and a crown. With the original servant lamp and oil pitcher. Signed. 8.7” tall.
89   A SILVER TORAH POINTER. Russia, c. 1820. Grip portion engraved with flowing leaf design. Lower portion with cuffed hand. Marked. 9.6” long.
90   A LARGE STERLING SILVER MENORAH. Probably Israel, c. 1990. On four feet. Chased with scrolling design. Upper portion with eight candle holders and detached servant lamp. 20" tall.
91   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX. Israel, c. 1950. In traditional form with a map of Israel and KKL insignia on front. 4.9" tall.
92   A JNF CHARITY COLLECTION BOX.Israel, c. 1970. The front with a picture of a hand holding a tree to be planted. The side and back with pictures and descriptions for intended uses of funds including: Wildfire prevention and suppression, dams and reservoirs, monuments and memorials, arid land management, archeological restorations, and land reclamation. In addition the back indicates "make the wilderness bloom". 4.6" tall.
93   A COPPER RELIEF OF THEODORE HERZL. Probably Palestine, c. 1930. With profile facing left. 8" x 6".
94   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
95   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a tree awaiting planting., JNF insignia in Hebrew and English. 4.5" tall.
96   A JNF CHARITY BOX. Israel, c. 1980. The front is decorated with a map of Israel, JNF logo and title in Hebrew. 4.5" tall.
97   A LARGE STERLING SILVER HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1970. On four baroque feet. With eight lion shaped oil holders, each with a tube for a wick. The backplate is embossed with flowers and a crown. Fitted with an oil jug and a servant lamp. 13" tall x 13.7" wide.
98   A LARGE BRASS SABBATH CANDELABRA. The Netherlands, late 19th century. On a round base with four candle holders. Fitted with a royal lion finial. 21" tall.
99   A LARGE STERLING SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. London, 1923. On round base. With a presentation inscription from the Austrian Synagogue in 1923. Dents to rim. 172 grams. 6.4" tall.
100   A TIN HANUKKAH LAMP. Probably American, c. 1900. On four feet. The backplate embossed with a Star of David. 8.2" tall.
101   A BRASS IVRIAH MENORAH. American, c. 1940. On a tapering rectangular base. With the original servant lamp. Ivriah was a preeminent Jewish women's organization organized in 1926 to promote Jewish schooling after a study that showed that over 70% of Jewish children did not attend a Jewish school. It also promoted Jewish education for women. 8.8" tall.
102   A LARGE SILVER KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c. 1880. On a round foot with a lower band decorated with a bunch of grapes. Upper section engraved in Hebrew with former owner's name in Hebrew: Chaim Gottlieb. Marked 800, crown and moon. 5.6" tall.
103   A LARGE BRASS HANUKKAH LAMP. Poland, c. 1800. On four flat feet. With pierced back, eight oil fonts and two copper Sabbath candle holders. 9" wide.
104   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. JUDAICA NEW YORK CONG DERECH EMUNOTH ROCKAWAY Here is a piece of Far Rockaway Jewish history. Congregation Derech Emunoth was founded in 1906 and served the Orthodox Jewish population of Arverne until 2002. These are a total of 1189 grams of sterling silver. They are 15 inches tall.
105   AN EMBROIDERY/SAMPLER OF THE KOTEL. Jerusalem, 1905. Hand stitched. Decorated with Holy Land scenes. 17" x 21".
106   THIRTY EIGHT GATES OF THE BIBLE BY SHMUEL BONEH. 1983.
107   A YAD VASHEM MEMORIAL LAMP. Israel, c. 1970. In traditional form in memory of the six million. 8" tall.
108   A LEVY'S RYE BREAD POSTER. American, c. 1970. Of An African American child. 45" x 29.5".
109   THREE SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS. Poland, 19the century. Two beakers and one goblet. All engraved with period decoration.5.5" tall. 2.5" tall. And 2".
110   A SILVER KIDDUSH GOBLET. Lemberg,1854. On a stylized base with ornately chased upper portion.  4.8" tall
111   A LARGE OLIVE WOOD SPICE TOWER. Jerusalem, early 20th century. Finely carved with old city scenes. 9” tall.
112   A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLESTICKS. Vienna, c.1900. Stylized square base with bright cut engraved design. 11” tall.
113   A MAGNIFICENT SABBATH CAP (KUPKA). Poland, c.1850. Clearly the highest quality of shpainer arbeit. Decorated with applied cut glass and silver decoration With original lace front (to cover the possibility of protruding hair) This style of head covering was worn by wealthy Jewish women on the Sabbath and Holidays.
114   A MINIATURE SILVER FILIGREE MEGILLAH CASE. Probably Israel c. 1980. With paper megillah. 3" tall.
115   A COLLECTION OF PRINTS: JERUSALEM, TWELVE VIEWS OF THE OLD CITY: First half 20th century. Published by the Pro-Jerusalem Society. Photos taken by J. Benoir-Kalter. 15.5” x 11.5”.
116   A SILVER GILDED KIDDUSH CUP. Germany, c.1880. On three balls. Decorated with baroque design and interior gilding. 3.4” tall.
117   AN OLIVE WOOD MIRROR. Jerusalem, late 19th/early 20th century. Decorated with inlaid wood and painted. Bird decoration. 12” long.
118   A LARGE AND EARLY ETROG BOX BY HADAR. Israel, 1960’s. Oval in form. Decoration with green paint and biblical commandment related to holiday. 5.5” wide.
119   A CERAMIC CHARITY BOX BY LESLIE EUGENE. American, 20th century. Blue glaze. Hebrew word for charity emboldened on the roof. Signed.  4.3” tall.
120   A WOODEN CHARITY BOX. Probably American, mid 20th century. In the shape of a house with brass windows. 4.2” tall.
121   A STERLING SILVER SPICE BOX BY I.M. FAIN. Israel, c. 1980. On a round decorated base with filigree midsection. Topped by a Jewish star. Signed. 4.9” tall.
122   A SILVER BELT BUCKLE WITH BELT. Probably Eastern Europe, c. 1900. Square with two outwardly facing lions 2.5” wide.
123   A RARE EARTHENWARE YIDDISH EMBOSSED PLATE. Poland, 19th century. Embossed in the outer rim in Yiddish: "BREAD, MEAT AND FISH IS A HAPPY TABLE". Chips, cracks and repairs. 10" wide.
124   A LARGE BURIAL SOCIETY RELATED KIDDUSH GOBLET. Romania, c. 1890. On round base with a baluster shaped stem. Engraved on upper portion “THIS WAS GIVEN TO THE CHEVRA KADISCHA BY YAAKOV HOCHMAN ON THE DAY OF HIS MOTHER’S PASSING MRS CHAYAH SARAH DAUGHTER OF ESTHER 17 MARCHESHVAN”. 7.5” tall.
125   A LARGE AND HEAVY SILVER TORAH SHIELD BY JACOB ROSENZWEIG. London, 1919. Heavily chased with floral and swirling borders. Decorated with two lions flanking a crown, an ark with a miniature Torah, two applied floral columns and a portion plaque box. Marked. 11” tall.
126   A SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Probably American, 1890. Engraved with bright cut design. Decorated with an applied crown, two lions flanking a Decalogue and a portion plaque box. Marked 1890, maker and Russian town mark. 11.5” tall.
127   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Palestine, early 20th century. On thin staves engraved with donor information. The upper portion bell shaped and fitted with several styles of appendages and bells. 11.5” tall.
128   A LARGE SILVER TORAH SHIELD. Arverne, NY, c. 1920. With a decorated filigree border. Further decorated with two filigree Solomonic pillars, a crown, the decalogue and flowers. Marked. 15.4” tall.
129   A SILVER KIDDUSH BEAKER BY LAZARUS POSEN. Frankfurt-Au-Main, c. 1890. Decorated with swags and pendants. Marked. 3.4” tall.
130   A PAIR OF SILVER TORAH FINIALS. Probably Germany, c. 1910. Hand wrought and hammered. Decorated with gilded bells and art deco style Magen David finial. 13.2” tall. Apparently unmarked.
131   A LARGE STERLING SILVER TORAH CROWN BY BIER SILVERSMITHS. Israel, c. 1960. Decorated with brutalist ribs and cast tribal figures on top. Engraved with dedication inscription. 10.6” tall.
132   A YAHRZEIT CANDLE HOLDER BY ZELIG SEGAL. Israel, c. 1986. With cut out letters spelling out “zechor” mounted on a wavy back. 5.2” tall.
133   AN EARLY ISRAEL SILVER FILIGREE ETROG BOX. Israel, c. 1960. House form. Hand made of spun filigree. Each corner with a filigree sphere. Marked with an early tax mark. 6.2” wide.
134   A JERUSALEM STONE CHALLAH BOARD BY MICHAEL KUPIETSKY. Israel, Modern. With a wooden base and Jerusalem stone body engraved with kabbalistic prayer based on the Ari. 11” x 15”.
135   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Probably Germany, 20th century. Castle-tower shaped. On round base with cut lattice work windows. Marked.
136   A COPPER AND BLUE STONE MENORAH. Israel, 20th century. On round base engraved with Hebrew blessings. Decorated throughout with applied blue stones.
137   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Dutch, c. 1900. On the shape of a stork. On round base with two legs and a realistically chased body.
138   A SILVER MEZUZAH. Hungary or Poland, early 20th century. Decorated with two outwardly facing birds and a crown.
139   A SILVER SPICE CONTAINER. Germany, c. 1900. On a round base with a castle shaped body. Topped with a Jewish star.
140   A SILVER SPICE TOWER. Israel, c. 1990. On a square footed base with a cast body. The door spelling out the partial blessing.
141   AN ALUMINUM CHARITY CONTAINER. American, c. 1980. Collecting funds for the Temple Israel Fund.
142   A LARGE BRASS SAMOVAR. Russian, c. 1900. With original tea pot.
143   A ELIJAH CUP BY ROBERT LIPNICK, USA, c. 1991. Hand painted and glazed with holiday themes. 7.1" tall.
144   A LINEN YIDDISH EYE CHART. New York, c. 1930. Printed with Yiddish characters.
145   A LITHOGRAPH MIZRACH. Germany, c. 1900. Decorated with Moses and Aaron as well as other related figures.
146   A LITHOGRAPH BY ISAAC HOLTZ.. American, c. 1980. Of a Jewish wedding in the Shtetel.
147   A PRINT BY MICHAEL MITCHNICK. American, c. 1990. Decorated with a crown ad menorah and other Judaic figures.
148   AN ISRAELI TIN. Israel, c. 1948. Oval shaped and decorated with scenes from early Israel.
149   A STERLING SILVER BRACELET. Palestine, c. 1940. Decorated with scenes from the Holy Land.