AUCTION 4 | Tuesday, March 03rd, 1998 at 1:00
Fine Judaica: Books, Manuscripts and Works of Art The Property of Various Owners

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Lot 1


Führer durch das Jüdische Museum Herausgegeben vom Curatorium. Vienna, 1906. * Frauberger (Heinrich) Verzierte Hebräische Schrift und Jüdischer Buchschmuck. Frankfurt am Main, 1909. * Ausstellung jüdischer Künstler. Berlin, 1907. * Führer durch die Abteilung Alt-Breslau. Breslau, 1922. * Schatz (Boris) Al Amanuth Amanim Umvakreihem. Jerusalem (B’nei Bezalel), 1924. * Toeplitz (Erich) Die Menorah Des Chanukkafestes. Frankfurt am Main, 1924. * H. Berthold, Schriftgiessereien und Messinglinien-Fabriken Aktien-Gesellschaft. Berlin, 1924. (…) Sepher Tehillim. Berlin, n.d. * Rafael Frank Über Hebräische Typen und Schriftarten. Berlin, 1926. * Jewish Art and Literary Society Ben Uri, Catalogue and Survey of Activities. London, 1930. * Schwarz (Karl) Führer durch das Jüdische Museum. Berlin, 1933. * Wischnitzer-Bernstein (Rahel) Akiba Eger Ausstellung. Berlin, 1937. * Mayer (L.A.) Bibliography of Jewish Art. Jerusalem, 1967. * Parke-Bernet Galleries, Jewish Ritual Silver and other Hebraica. New York, 1954 (…) The Charles E. Feinberg Collection of Valuable Judaica. New York, 1967. * The Paper Pomegranate. Vol. 1- 8. New York, 1977-90. With c.120 others, similar.

Est: $1,000 - $1,500
*** IMPORTANT NOTICE RELATING TO LOTS 1-97. ***. These lots may be viewed at the offices of Kestenbaum & Company BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, commencing Monday 16th February-Tuesday 3rd March. they will NOT be on exhibition at the Doral Hotel. Due to the obvious constraints in processing for auction a Library of the considerable size of the Mishkin Collection, no attempt has been made to record in each lot-entry the condition, binding, format or other common cataloguing terms of the books presented. What should be noted is that overall condition may be said to reflect that found in a working library. Consequently, all lots will be sold Not Subject to Return. All purchasers should be particularly mindful of Clause 7 in the Conditions of Sale, which will be imposed in all cases. Lots may contain books of various languages, including, but not limited to English, Hebrew, Yiddish, German, French, Polish and Russian. Many lots accompanied by numerous offprints, articles, facsimiles (often of entire texts) and other related historical material.