• N. Brenner, “18th Century Jewish Wedding.” 20th Century.
  • Rare: Sound the Great Shofar. Berlin, Germany, ca. 1900
  • The Portuguese Synagogue of Amsterdam – By Bernard Picart, 1722
  • The Bet Hamikdash – The Temple in Jerusalem, Ca. 1700
Jerusalem Ca. Early-to-Mid-1800s
€œCity of Jerusalem.€ A striking, hand-colored steel engraving on paper depicting the walled old city, surrounded by mountain...
The Bet Hamikdash – The Temple in Jerusalem, Ca. 1700
Hand-colored copperplate engraving depicting the celebration of the Hoshana Rabba festival in the Jerusalem Temple. Jews carryin...
A Jew Holding a Mezuzah. Holland, Ca. Early 1700s
Hand-colored copperplate engraving of a Jewish Man in contemporary Dutch dress wearing a miniature tasseled Tallit over his head...
Original Hebrew Micrography by Abraham Haba (1907-1996)
A rare, original depiction of Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem hand-written in minuscule, micrographic Hebrew script using the text o...
Group of 4 Jewish Festival Prints For Children, Probabl
4 colorful matted postcard-size prints of the Jewish festivals, each with scenes depicting aspects of the celebration: Hanukah, Tu...
The Jewish Wedding – By Bernard Picart, 1722
Copperplate engraving - The “breaking of the glass,” highlight of the traditional Jewish wedding. The bride, her mother and h...