Saturday, November 25, 2017

Judaica Bookplates for exchange or sale

My preference is to trade and add to my collection.  Selling prices are included for those of you who have no duplicates and wish to build a collection. Priority postage in the U.S. is $6.65

Bookplatemaven@hotmail.com


The Isaac Mendez Bookplate is no Longer Available
Marcus Nathan Adler   $30.00

 Marcus Nathan Adler (1837-1911) was involved in scholarly activities such as writing, editing, and translating. For instance, in 1907 his critical text, translation, and commentary of Benjamin of Tudela's important medieval manuscript, The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela, was published
Elkan Nathan Adler      $35.00

Elkan Nathan Adler (24 July 1861 in St Luke's, London – 15 September 1946 in London) was an English author, lawyer, historian, and collector of Jewish books and manuscripts. Adler's father was Nathan Marcus AdlerChief Rabbi of the British Empire. He traveled extensively and built an enormous library, particularly of old Jewish documents. Adler was among the first to explore the documents stored in the Cairo Genizah, being in fact the first European to enter it. During his visits to Cairo in 1888 and 1895 Adler collected and brought over 25,000 Genizah manuscript fragments back to England.
Jacobi Solis Cohen      $35.00


Jacob da Silva Solis Cohen, Philadelphia otolaryngologist, was born in New York on 28 February 1838. He married Miriam Binswanger on 10 February 1874; they had nine children. Cohen died in Philadelphia on 22 December 1927. Cohen received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1860. He served a brief residency at the Pennsylvania Hospital, then held several positions as a surgeon during the Civil War. He opened his private practice in Philadelphia in 1866 and began to concentrate on diseases of the throat and chest. In 1867, he performed the first successful American laryngotomy for removal of a cancerous growth; he also performed the first closed-field laryngotomy in 1892. In 1867 he assumed the post of Lecturer in Electrotherapeutics at Jefferson Medical College, then became Lecturer in Laryngoscopy and Diseases of the Chest in 1869. He also helped to found the Philadelphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine and became Professor of Diseases of the Throat and Chest there. In 1890-1891, an honorary professorship in laryngology was created for Cohen at Jefferson. He published several works including, Diseases of the throat (1872) and the revised edition, Diseases of the throat and nasal passages (1879). Cohen also helped to establish the American Laryngological Association and was its President (1880-1882). He was elected to fellowship in the College of Physicians of Philadelphia in 1871.

Solomon Lowenstein  $30.00

https://www.jta.org/1942/01/21/archive/solomon-lowenstein-dead-mourned-by-all-leading-jewish-organizations

Leah Mishkin                  $30.00
Chicago Librarian and bookplate collector

Issac Mendes                $125.00  NO LONGER AVAILABLE
This is the earliest known dated English bookplate (1746)
Engraved by Benjamin Levi

Elieser Shindler  $30.00
I do not know anything about the owner

Isaac Smith          $30.00

Temple Emanu-El  San Francisco   $30.00

https://www.emanuelsf.org/about-us/history/

Bookplate with menorah and Torah $30.00
I do not know anything about the owner

10/28/2017 More Duplicates listed for possible  exchange

Note
 The Bookplate Directly Above is closely trimmed on the left side

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