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70056
WWII Holocaust Poland Litzmannstadt Lodz Ghetto 10 Pfennig 1942 Type1 Mg coin VF
26870056
Poland: Litzmannstadt (Lodz Ghetto) 10 Pfennig 1942 Type-1 coin in magnesium; size: 21.25mm; weight: 0.95g. Coin coated w/ oxidation & few corrosion dots. Overall, a 'clear' coin whose oxidation does not obscure the piece - overall grade VF+. Much of the surface marks are due to the circumstance of the coin's professional storage to prevent decay of the metal: in very cold temperature & with special substance to protect the surface. ex Guy Franquinet, with his authentication enclosed. Reference: KM #TN1, Camp-4751a, Feller PO-571, Terlecki-249, SB-1022. As made of gray metal with a semi-reflective surface, the coin does not photograph well in most shades of light.


Product Tags: Polish Coins, World Coins & Tokens and Coins & Numismatics from Poland and from World War II, Holocaust, 1940s, 20th Century,
Unsold: may be available for sale $524.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70057
WWII Holocaust Poland Litzmannstadt Lodz Ghetto 10 Pfennig 1942 Type1 Mg coin VF
29070057
Poland: Litzmannstadt (Lodz Ghetto) 10 Pfennig 1942 Type-1 coin in magnesium; size: 21.25mm; weight: 0.95g. Coin coated w/ oxidation & few corrosion dots. Obv.: good detail where not obstructed by oxidation; line of corrosion above numerals & few tiny dots on rim. Rev.: decent clarity of details where not obstructed by oxidation, but weak (possibly from the strike and not from actual wear); two main spots of corrosion in the field. Overall, a mostly 'clear' coin whose oxidation does not obscure the piece - overall grade VF. Much of the surface marks are due to the circumstance of the coin's professional storage to prevent decay of the metal: in very cold temperature & with special substance to protect the surface. ex Guy Franquinet, with his authentication enclosed. Reference: KM #TN1, Camp-4751a, Feller PO-571, Terlecki-249, SB-1022. As made of gray metal with a semi-reflective surface, the coin does not photograph well in most shades of light.


Product Tags: Polish Coins, World Coins & Tokens and Coins & Numismatics from Poland and from World War II, Holocaust, 1940s, 20th Century,
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70058
WWII Holocaust Poland Litzmannstadt Lodz Ghetto 10 Pfennig 1942 Type1 Mg coin EF
28670058
Poland: Litzmannstadt (Lodz Ghetto) 10 Pfennig 1942 Type-1 coin in magnesium; size: 22mm; weight: 0.95g. Obv.: in G-VG - displays heavy wear w/ oxidation in places, but no corrosion visible; rim almost fully visible. Rev.: in EF-AU quality: layer of oxidation but no corrosion visible, excellent detail where not obstructed oxidation; lines of Star of David are visible; wheat sheath details visible. Much of the surface marks are due to the circumstance of the coin's professional storage to prevent decay of the metal: in very cold temperature & with special substance to protect the surface. ex Guy Franquinet, with his authentication enclosed. Reference: KM #TN1, Camp-4751a, Feller PO-571, Terlecki-249, SB-1022. As made of gray metal with a semi-reflective surface, the coin does not photograph well in most shades of light.


Product Tags: Polish Coins, World Coins & Tokens and Coins & Numismatics from Poland and from World War II, Holocaust, 1940s, 20th Century,
Unsold: may be available for sale $449.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70091
Romanian Judaica medal celebrating Sephardic community's 200th anniversary, 1931
24670091
Romania: Sephardic Jewish Community 200th Jubilee medal, 1931; struck in gilded bronze(?); 28.25 x 31.5mm, 10.45g. Obverse: Ten Commands & Menorah; Romanian legend "Jubileul de Două Sute ani de la Întemeierea Comunităţii 1730-1930" ("Two Hundred Years Jubilee to the foundation of the Community 1730-1930"). Reverse: Star of David & "Shadday" ("G-d") + Hebrew legend "Jews of Sephardic Ethnicity Bucharest" & Romanian legend "Comunitatea Israeliţilor de rit Spaniol din Bucureşti" ("Jewish Community of Spanish Origin in Bucharest"). Commemorates establishment of Sephardic Jewish presence in Bucharaest per date of official recognition of Jewish [& Sephardic] residence of banker Mentes Bally & physician Daniel de Fonseca. In AU with a few minor rim nicks.


Product Tags: Romanian Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Community & Cultural Medals & Tokens and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Romania and from 20th Century, 1930s which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates, Hebrew on/in non-Israeli object,
Unsold: may be available for sale $179.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70093
Argentinian Hebrew Santa Fe 'Central Haim Nachman Bialik School' Judaica tallion
18670093
Argentina: Bialik School uniface tallion (ND); tin alloy; 40.5mm, 19.7g: reads "Esc. Ctrl. J. N. Bialik" in latin letters over an artistic design of Bialik's initials in Hebrew in the circle below, and the name "H.N.Bialik" in Hebrew at bottom. Most probably from the "Escula [Central] Jaim Najman Bialik" in Santa Fe, Argentina. The school was founded in 1906 as the "Yiddish School", as a supplementary school to teach Yiddish, Judaism and religious Torah studies. In time it became the "Zionist School", and started to teach also Hebrew. In 1936 the school adopted its present name of "Jaim Najman Bialik" and a separate school called "Talmud Torah" began teaching Jewish studies; in 1959 both schools merged. As this medallion only refers to the Bialik school and its design is not "modern" of the recent period, and is not similar to the school's present emblem, it probably dates to the 1940's-50's, prior to the merge. In UNC with a few minor rim nicks.


Product Tags: Argentinian Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Argentina and from 20th Century, which are Hebrew on/in non-Israeli object
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70094
Bulgarian/Sofia Jewish technical school Judaica thimble inscribed in Cyrillic
19270094
Bulgarian Jewish technical school thimble (ND), circa. 1890s-1910s: brass thimble inscribed in Cyrillic letters: "зтб еврейчета софия" (with Star of David device after legend), translated (from Bulgarian, not Russian) as "To the Hebrews of Sofia". Although the Jewish community of Bulgaria is an ancient one and historiography records many institutions existing to serve the Bulgarian Jewish community, their details are scant. The oldest technical-related Jewish institution would have been the Russian-based "ORT" school network ("The Society for Trades and Agricultural Labour"), founded in 1880 - but it only opened in Bulgaria in 1926; otherwise, there was the "Miladinov Brothers" school in Yuchbunar which opened in 1891. The Zionist-affiliated Alliance Schools of the period there taught in only Hebrew - which does not correspond to the Cyrillic used on this thimble. As such it may be a forerunner of either of the first two mentioned institutions above; its traditional design suggests it pre-dates WWI. Rare; in VF-EF with a few minor dents and with traces of original(?) red paint around the letters; 2.35g; not maker marked.


Product Tags: Bulgarian Jewelry/Broach/Accessory/Silverware, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Bulgaria and from 19th Century, 20th Century, 1910s, 1900s,
Unsold: may be available for sale $199.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70095
Bulgarian Sofia Jewish burial society Chevra Kadisha Judaica pin, Miloshev 1910
18470095
Bulgaria > Sophia: Jewish burial society "Chevra Kadisha" members metal and enamel pin in bronze(?), 1910, by Strakhil Miloshev of Sofia; size: 19 x 18.25mm; weight: 2.45g. Pentagon shaped pin: shovel & axe with Star of David; Bulgarian legend transliterated from Hebrew, "Chevra Kedusha(sic) Burials(?) Sofia 1910". Reverse: safety-pin + maker's mark. The Sophia branch of "Chevra Kadisha" existed prior to WW1, then re-established: referencing "Chevra Kedusha", pin probably from the original society (while other pins bearing the name "Tzedek veEmet" are probably from the re-established society from 1921).


Product Tags: Bulgarian Pins, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Bulgaria and from 20th Century, 1910s which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates, Hebrew (transliterated) on/in non-Israeli object,
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The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70096
Chinese, Russian & Hebrew Jewish Music-Drama Society of Harbin copper token
24870096
China: Harbin "Jewish Music-Drama Society" copper token (ND), circa. 1910s-1920's; no marker marks; size: 25.5mm; weight: 7.6g. Obverse bears legend in Russian around edge (partially abbreviated), "Jew[ish] Mus[ical]-Dramat[ic] Society Harbin", with two Chinese characters in center, separated by a dot between them. Reverse an image of a crowned figure with lyre and legend in Russian "Czar [King] David" - possibly the name of the society. Russian lettering on reverse is written right-to-left like Hebrew. Jewish immigrants/refugees turned Harbin into the "Paris of the Orient"; there was Jewish cultural club known by acronym "Yilmadag", similar on this token & may be connected to the Jew Joseph Kaspe, owner of 'Hotel Moderne', which hosted many of Harbin's cultural events (son, Simon, was gifted piantist; kidnapped & murdered by anti-Semitic white-Russians 1933).


Product Tags: Chinese Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from China and from 20th Century, 1910s, 1920s which are Hebrew (transliterated) on/in non-Israeli object, Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates,
Unsold: may be available for sale $179.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70097
New Jewish Hospital Hamburg silver Judaica medal by Hans Friedrich Alsing, 1841
25170097
Germany: the New Jewish Hospital in Hamburg, 1841, by Hans Friedrich Alsing; silver (large size 45mm), 43.75g, in VF: with bust of Salomon Heine and legend "Menschenliebe ist die Krone aller Tugenden" (in English: "Human love is the crown of all virtues"); on obverse view of the home with German legend "Frau Betty Heine zum andenken erbaut von ihrem Gatten" (in English: [dedicated to] "Mrs. Betty Heine built in memory of her husband"). Salomon Heine (1766-1844) was a German banker and philanthropist, the uncle of Heinrich Heine, and the principal benefactor of the hospital who dedicated its construction to his deceased wife, Betty.


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 19th Century,
Unsold: may be available for sale $249.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70098
New Jewish Hospital Hamburg bronze Judaica medal by Hans Friedrich Alsing, 1841
23470098
Germany: large bronze medal of the New Jewish Hospital in Hamburg, 1841, by Hans Friedrich Alsing; size: 45mm; weight: 42.35g, in EF. obverse: the home with German legend "Frau Betty Heine zum andenken erbaut von ihrem Gatten" ('[dedicated to] Mrs. Betty Heine built in memory of her husband'). reverse: Heine's bust & legend "Menschenliebe ist die Krone aller Tugenden" ('Human love is the crown of all virtues'). Salomon Heine (1766-1844) was Jewish German banker & philanthropist, Heinrich Heine's uncle & principal benefactor of the hospital. An identical medal in similar grade sold at auction (2014) for €2500.


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 19th Century,
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The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70099
New Jewish Hospital Hamburg/Salomon Heine small bronze Judaica medal by JD, 1841
23470099
Germany: Jewish Hospital in Hamburg, 1841, by J.D.; bronze, Æ 23mm, 4.05g. With bust of Salomon Heine and view of the home. Heine was the uncle of Heinrich Heine, and the principal benefactor of the hospital who dedicated its construction to his deceased wife. He established the new hospital in response to the poor medical conditions of the city's own hospital, and the Jewish Hospital was open to all residents of all religions. In VF-EF but with signs of cleaning in places.


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 19th Century,
Unsold: may be available for sale $49.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70100
New Jewish Hospital Hamburg/Queen Victoria small bronze Judaica medal mule, 1841
25170100
Germany: Jewish Hospital in Hamburg/Salomon Heine, 1841 medal mule with reverse of Queen Victoria (1850), in bronze; size: 23mm; weight: 3.8g. Obverse: re-engraved version of 1841 original with design of hospital and text dedicating its 1841 construction to Heine's deceased wife, Betty, but different letter sizing/spacing than the original strike, no beeded edge or the period after the date. Reverse: left facing Queen Victoria with leg "Victoria Regina. | 1850" & signed A&M, in place of Salomon Heine's image as on original. In VF and rare; Brett-2888 (only listed in tin).


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 19th Century,
Unsold: may be available for sale $99.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70101
Hamburg 25th Anniversary of Israel Loan Institute Judaica medal by Alsing, 1841
19170101
Germany: 25th Anniversary of Israel Loan Institute of Hamburg, 1841, by Hans Friedrich Alsing; bronze, Æ 45mm, 38.45g: featuring a bee hive and legends in German (Biblical quotations: "Give him your hand and lend him as much as he needs… one helped the other and said to his brother 'Be Safe'."). In UNC overall (as far as surface wear) and lovely patina and toning but adversely affected by numerous tiny pockmarks and signs of possible cleaning.


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 19th Century, which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates
Unsold: may be available for sale $74.00
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70102
Germany Judaica protest Medal for Des Philanthropins School of Frankfurt, 1979
24270102
Germany: Farewell/protest Medal for "Des Philanthropins" School of Frankfurt, 1979; tombak (no maker-mark), 80mm, 120.2g: the "Das Philanthropin zu Frankfurt am Main" (also known as "Real- und Volksschule der Israelitischen Gemeinde") was one of the largest and longest-lasting Jewish schools in Germany, founded in 1804 by Siegmund Geisenheimer (and inaugurated by Moses Mendelssohn); closed by the Nazis in 1942, the building was re-opened as an administrative center for the Jewish community in 1954 and sold to the municipality in 1978 (being subsequently re-opened again 2006 as part of the I. E. Lichtigfeld School). The medal commemorates the then sad occasion of the building's closure and is engraved a "Farewell Medal" on the obverse with the founding and ending dates of 1804 - 1979, and on the reverse a darkly comical image adorned with the legend "in the beginning there was the idea... in the end it was [just about] money". The grind-box says "Public Opinion". In UNC with a few traces of holder residue.


Product Tags: German Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Germany and from 20th Century, 1970s
Unsold: may be available for sale $29.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70103
Israeli Bnei Akiva Merkaz Yeshivot 50th anniversary proof state silver medal 1989
29170103
Israel: Bnei Akiva "Merkaz Yeshivot" silver medal (stamped 925 on rim), circa. 1989; 36mm, 14g: commemorates the "Merkaz Yeshivot" (network of Jewish religious studies centers) of the "Bnei Akiva" ("Sons of Akiva") Zionist-religious youth movement. On the obverse of the medal is depicted the building of Bnei Akiva's first Yeshiva high school in the village of Kfar HaRoeh (built in 1939). Medal is in Proof state (with a few handling marks), and given its stylistic design, font face and subject probably dates to 1989 (50th anniversary of the Merkaz Yeshivot).


Product Tags: Israeli Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Israel and from 20th Century, 1980s which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates
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The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70104
Dutch cast silver spoon for Portuguese-Jewish Synagogue 250th Anniversary, 1925
26070104
Netherlands: cast silver spoon commemorating 250th Anniversary of Portuguese-Jewish Synagogue, 1925; by E.L. Molenberg & Zoon (Groningen); size: 4 x 12.9cm. On finial 'eagle protecting brood' as per design on the Synagogue; relief image of building on spoon base; legend above "KKTT 5435" ='Kahal Kadosh Talmud Torah 1675' (Sacred Assembly Students of the Torah, 1925) & below "Portug[ees] -Israel[itische] Synagoge Amsterdam" (maker mark above). Community established in 1639 when 3 Spanish communities merged to form "Talmud Torah" Portuguese Jewish Community of Amsterdam.


Product Tags: Dutch,Hollandish,Netherlandish Jewelry/Broach/Accessory/Silverware, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Netherlands and from 20th Century, 1920s which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates, Hebrew (transliterated) on/in non-Israeli object,
Unsold: may be available for sale $179.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70105
Netherlands Judaica medal for the Jewish Hospital & Home c. 1938, Polak unlisted
18370105
Netherlands: medal for the Jewish Hospital and Home, circa. 1938; bronze, 60mm, heavy weight of about half a kilogram; in EF: bronze medal in heavy octagonal base, depicting elderly person lying in bed with Star of David, setting sun and the letters "JL" ("Joodse Invaliden" - Jewish Disabled) in the background. The Dutch legend below says "Peaceful Twilight Hours". The society sponsoring this hospital was founded in 1911 to provide shelter for the frail and elderly in a Jewish environment but funding was entirely from private (not governmental) sources and the difficulty in raising the needed funds delayed its establishment until 1926, and the hospital-home moved to a newer building in 1938, the event which is probably commemorated by this medal (only 100 were struck); in March 1943 the entire staff and patients of the home were deported during the Holocaust. Unlisted in Polak.


Product Tags: Dutch,Hollandish,Netherlandish Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Netherlands and from 20th Century, 1930s
Unsold: may be available for sale $149.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70106
Spanish Franco-era Madrid & Toledo Synagogues commemoration Judaica medal, 1968
22070106
Spain > Madrid: Madrid & Toledo Synagogues commemoration, 1968; struck in tombak; not maker-marked; 45mm; 35.9g. Obverse: coat of arms of Castile & León autonomous region with Spanish legend around "Aun Suenan Los Rezos de Aquellos Hermanos Que en Tiempos Pasados Pisaban tus Piedras" & "Toledo [1357 in Roman numerals] Sinagoga" in exergue. Reverse: torch + Hebrew legend "Netzakh Israel Lo Yishaker" (The Destiny of the People of Israel will not Lie) & dedication in center, "Holy Congregation of Madrid | Dedication of Synagogue | Hanukka 5729". In same year Franco government repealed 1492 decree of expulsion of Spanish Jews; in 1967 government passed "Religious Freedom Law" enabling the Madrid Jewish community to establish new "Beit Yaakov" Synagogue (probably one commemorated by this medal).


Product Tags: Spanish Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Spain and from 20th Century, 1960s, Francoist Spain which are Hebrew on/in non-Israeli object, Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates,
Unsold: may be available for sale $49.00
The auction closed on Monday, 08 April 2019 19:15
70107
American National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs silver Judaica medal c. 1940s
17670107
United States: National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs medal, circa. pre-1950's; silver; manufactured by Popular E & M company of New York; size (tallion only): 23mm x 34.5mm; weight: 12.15g. The medal is oval and uniface, depicting the Federation's original emblem, with its name around the edge, and attached to a blue and white ribbon. The Federation is part of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, founded in 1929, but established across north American and abroad, including Israel. The purpose of the Federation is to build a network from existing Jewish men's clubs, to strengthen Jewish identity and help tackle common problems. The Federation has managed over the years a series of different community programs and within their framework it issues service awards and prizes to members or affiliated clubs - and this medal is probably one of those prizes awarded in the past. Unlike most other (Conservative) Jewish organizations originating in the United States, after 1952 the FJMC ceased to view New York as the center of the Jewish community of America, and has elected then and since presidents from beyond the East Coast and also from Canada. As this medal was manufactured in New York and bears the Federation's old emblem it probably dates from the 1930's-40's; in AU-Unc.


Product Tags: America,American Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United States and from 20th Century, 1940s, 1930s which are Hebrew on/in non-Israeli object, Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates,
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70108
American Judaica medal commemorating 50 years of the Anti-Defamation League 1963
18770108
US: jubilee medal commemorating 50 years of the Anti-Defamation League, 1963; size: 61.5mm; weight: 116.65g.


Product Tags: America,American Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United States and from 20th Century, 1960s
Unsold: may be available for sale $19.00
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70109
American Zions Schule uniface Judaica token with Star of David, c. 19th Century
18370109
US(?): "Zions Schule" uniface token (ND), 19th Century; no makers mark; struck in brass; weight: 5.45g; size: 28.25mm x 28.25mm. Obverse uses two different 6-pointed star devices on either size of the "Z" device. Probably an American token but probably not Judaic origin: sources refer to several German-Lutheran schools in the United States of the early and mid-1800's in Baltimore and Cleveland of this period, but similar Hebrew-German schools are not known by this name. In VF.


Product Tags: America,American Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Institutions and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United States and from 19th Century, which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates
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70141
American Rabbi Isaac M Wise/Hebrew Union College anniversary Judaica medal, 1945
16270141
US: Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise / Hebrew Union College 70th Anniv. bronze medal, 1945; not marker-marked; 63mm, 88.35g. obverse: College & leg "HUC | Three Score and Ten" (ref. 46 years since Wise's passing away) & commem. dates 1875 - 1945 + Hebrew legend "Source of Living Waters" at base. reverse: right bust of Rabbi Wise + name & "Founder". Wise (1819-1900) emigrated to US to lead a Reform Jewish congregation; wrote first widely accepted "Minhag America" prayer book; founded Hebrew Union College as a theological seminary & Central Conference of American Rabbis. In AU-UNC, with surface scratch/metal imperfection on obverse


Product Tags: America,American Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish Personalities and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United States and from 20th Century, 1940s which are Hebrew on/in non-Israeli object, Object Related Specifically to a Personality or Key Event,
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70159
American Judaica Jewish Congress in Philadelphia delegates token, 1920
21770159
US: American Jewish Congress in Philadelphia delegates token, 1920; silvered bronze(?); by Popular E&M Co. of NY; size: 34mm; weight: 9.65g. Founded in 1918 by a group of Jewish American leaders dissatisfied with the "American Jewish Committee", to represent American Jewish interests at the Versailles Conference, & convened at Independence Hall in Phil. to draft a program for submission. After this Congress the AJC was supposed to disband; it did and was resurrected the next day under the chairmanship of Rabbi Stephen Samuel Wise (Reform/Zionist Rabbi), as a permanent institution to represent American Jewry in domestic & international affairs.


Product Tags: America,American Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Jewish History & Events and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United States and from World War I, 1920s, 20th Century, 1919-1923 3rd Aliya, which are Object Related Specifically to a Personality or Key Event
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70218
British Jewish Free School 1st place scholar Judaica medal, Emanuel Tacker 1905
22470218
Great Britain: 1st place scholar bronze medal awarded by the Jewish Free School to Emanuel Tacker, 1905; not maker-marked; size: 55.25mm; weight: 88.15g. Medal mentions patronage of Baron Lionel de Rothschild. The Jewish Free School (JFS) was founded in 1732 as the Talmud Torah of the Great Synagogue of London, serving orphans of the community; in the early 1800s it absorbed thousands of immigrant children and numbered at one point 4000 students, making it the largest school in the world. Today the JFS is Europe's largest and most successful Jewish secondary school; of Orthodox orientation.


Product Tags: United Kingdomian,British Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Prize & Award Medals and Judaic Tokens & Medals from United Kingdom and from 20th Century, 1900s
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70264
Israeli Gymnasia Herzliya 50th anniversary bronze medal by Kretchmer, 1959
23670264
Israel: 'Gymnasia Herzliya' (Herzliya Gymnasium) 50th anniversary uniface bronze medal by Kretchmer, 1959; size: 45mm; weight: 53.65g. Obverse depicts the famous structure of the school (designed by Joseph Barsky; demolished 3 years later) and Hebrew legend below 'Gymnasia Herzliya | 5669-5719 [1909-1959]".


Product Tags: Israeli Exonumia, Medals, Medallions & Tokens, Medals related to Israel and Judaic Tokens & Medals from Israel and from 20th Century, 1950s which are Objects with Biblical or Jewish Religious references or Hebrew Dates
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