Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]. Zoltan Kahn, Ernest Munkacsi, Geza Ribary.
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]
Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]

Omzsa Haggada. Haggada Ribary Geza dr Bevezetesevel Munkacsi Erno dr Torteneti es Muveszeti Tanulmanyaval Kohn Zoltan dr Forditasaval es Magyarazataval [SIGNED]

Budapest: Ernest Munkacsi, 1942. Limited First edition. Hardcover. 349/900 with additional 100 copies in Roman numerals. Signatures of all four translators and illustrators on colophon. Folio. (1) v-lvii (essay), (1) 73-1 (1) (Haggada), Ixi-lxxxii (1) (Facsimile). Original brown paper-covered boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine in illustrated dust jacket. The last Haggada to be published in Europe during WWII in 1942 in Omzsa, Hungary. Originally published by the Aid Society for Hungarian Jews [Magyar Zsido Segito Akcio]. With 4 original ink signatures of translators and illustrators underneath colophon. Text of Haggada in Hungarian and Hebrew on facing pages. Translated and annotated by Dr. Zoltan Kahn. Illustrated by Dr. Ernest Munkacsi, who also wrote the historical essay. The illustrations reproduced in red and yellow follow ancient Egyptian artistic motifs. The page borders and other ornaments continuing the Egyptian motifs were designed by Bertalon Gondor. Also includes b/w facsimiles of pages from earlier illuminated manuscripts and printed texts. Introduction by Dr. Geza (Moshe) Ribary. Music annotations for various parts of the Seder. An example of sumptuous book craft, executed with loving attention to quality and detail. Dj chipped. g. Item #35109

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Price: $950.00

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