SZYK: TALES FROM CHAUCER The Canterbury Tales; illustrated by Szyk, New York Heritage Press, 1947, with slipcase; near PERFECT condition
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COMMEMORATIVE PLATE FOR THE FOUNDING OF ISRAEL Depicts 1947 UN Partition map; on back: Dedicated to the Pioneers of Palestine; this is only second one we have seen (recent e-bay asking price $160)
WARSAW 1945 'GUARDS BY THE WALLS OF THE GHETTO' COLOR PRINT characterizes two Nazi guards at wall of Warsaw Ghetto. Interestingly, guards are wearing patches of Ukrainian SS volunteers. Only 1,450 issued in Poland, 9Â½"x12Â¾", mounted on 12Â½"x17" black paper with title inscribed in three languages, English, French & Polish. First time we have seen anything like this. Fine condition.
JOSEPH INTERPRETS PHARAOHâ€™S DREAMS copperplate Italian engraving, probably 18th cent, engraved by I. Bianchi, margins trimmed to 9.5 x 8 inches; drawing is 9 x 6.5
LEVITES IN THE TABERNACLE AND SANCTUARY WITH THE HOLY OF HOLIES hand colored probably 18th century German copperplate engravings; cropped at margins to 13 x 8 inches; drawing is 12 x 6.5; Latin text at top from Numbers 18:3; at bottom keys identifying objects; repaired tear [PH in 2 parts cropped]
MOSES RECEIVES TABLETS ON MT. SINAI copperplate Italian engraving, probably 18th cent, engraved by I. Bianchi, margins trimmed to 9.5 x 8 inches; drawing is 8.5 x 6.5
ZEâ€™EV RABAN a teacher at Bezalel School of Art; four different prints made for the Biblical book, Song of Songs written by King Solomon, made according to the times in which Raban lived, i.e. Art Nouveau style, originally in the late 1920s. These prints were originally sold for $50 EACH in a Jerusalem art gallery on King George street.
THE PARTING OF RUTH AND NAOMI by P Calderon, facsimile distributed by Hires Company; 6 x 5 inches with a Â¼ inch margin, a bit of damage at the top
THE GREAT HOSANNA CEREMONY ON THE 8TH DAY OF THE FEAST OF TABERNACLES â€“ THE LEVITES CARRYING PALMS AND SINGING THE PSALMS AND CHANTS probably 18th century French copper plate engravings; cropped at margins to 17.5 x 12 inches; drawing is 16.5 x 11 [PH cropped & shown in two halves]