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A CORE COLLECTION OF ANGLO-JUDAICA
We are pleased to offer, on behalf of a client, the following core-collection of approximately 200 volumes in Anglo-Jewish History.
All items are in Good condition or better, with the majority of the items in Very Good to Fine condition. Approximately half are pre-war publications, with many of these dating from the late and even early & mid 19th Century. A few date to the 18th Century.
This collection includes not only most of what have become the standard works on Anglo-Jewish history and bibliography, but also a number of rarities and items seldom seen for sale.
Some of these highlights include:
We offer this collection as a lot for the price of $12,000, returnable after inspection. It is offered first-come, first-served, and subject to prior sale.
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A CORE COLLECTION OF ANGLO-JUDAICA
1. Abrahams, I. and S. Levy (Eds.) Macaulay on Jewish Disabilities. Manuscript dedication “ To Reginald Vivian Feldman on his barmitzvah. S. Levy 20.1.1917”. Jewish Historical Society, 1910
2. Abrahams, Israel By-Paths of Hebraic Bookland JPSA 1920
3. Adler, Herman Anglo-Jewish Memories and other Sermons Routledge 1909
4. Adler, Marcus Nathan The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela Oxford University Press, 1907
5. Alexander L. Festival Service. According to the Order of the Polish and German Jews. Vols. II (Day of Atonement Part 1), III (Day of Atonement Part 2), IV (Tabernacles) and VI (Pentecost). Vol III Contains Alexander’s attack on David Levi, his rival publisher and on the Chief Rabbi who endorsed the latter’s Prayer Book. Also, Alexander’s subscribers list, considered a valuable historical resource. Alexander’s worshippers could read in their machzorim (on Yom Kippur, no less) this description of their Chief Rabbi. “..my dignified opponent...seemed bent on revenge...thus roused to action, this inhuman fiend...with his bible and prayer book in hand, began hatching every diabolical plan to effect my utter ruin...” London 1807
6. Ascamot Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregation 1953
7. Author unknown A Universal History from the Earliest Account of Time Compiled from Original Authors & Illustrated with Maps, Cuts, Notes &c. Vol X Book II. The Grecian and Asiatic History. (Includes “The History of the Jews”) London. T. Osborne 1747
8. Barnett, Arthur The Western Synagogue through two centuries Vallentine Mitchell 1961
9. Barnett, Lionel D. (Ed) Bevis Marks Records Vol I. Early history of the congregation from the beginning until 1800 Oxford University Press, 1940
10. Barnett, Lionel D. (Ed) Bevis Marks Records Vol II. Abstracts of the ketubot of the congregation from earliest times until 1837 Oxford University Press,1949
11. Barnett, Lionel D. (Ed) Bevis Marks Records Vol III. Abstracts of the ketubot and of civil marriage of the Spanish & Portuguese congregation 1837-1901 Jewish Historical Society, 1973
12. 1887 Exhibition. Dr. Graetz and others Papers read at the Anglo-Jewish Exhibition Royal Albert Hall 1887 1888
13. 1887 Exhibition. Joseph Jacobs and Lucien Wolf Bibliographical Guide to Anglo-Jewry 1888
14. 1887 Exhibition. M.D. Davis (Ed.) Hebrew Deeds of the English Jews before 1290 1888
15. Barnett, Lionel D. (Trans.) El Libro de los Acuerdos. Being the records and accompts of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of London 1663-1681 Oxford University Press, 1931
16. Barnett, R.D. Bevis Marks Records Vol IV. The Circumcision Register of Isaac & Abraham De Paiba 1715-1775 Jewish Historical Society, 1991
17. Blank, Joseph E. The Minutes of the Federation of Synagogues. A 25 Year’s Review Rabinowicz 1912
18. Board of Deputies The First Annual Report 1881. And “The Deputies” A Short Historical Survey 1760-1937 by Sidney Salomon. 2 booklets.
19. Brown, M.D. David Salomon’s House. Catalogue of Mementos Printed Privately 1968
20. Catalogue Anglo-Jewish Art and History Exhibition Victoria & Albert Museum and East & West Library 1956
21. Chesterton, A.K. and Joseph Leftwich The Tragedy of Anti-Semitism Robert Anscombe & Co 1948
22. Collins, Dr. Kenneth (Ed.) Aspects of Scottish Jewry Glasgow Jewish Representative Council 1987
23. Davis, Moshe Let My People Know. Proposals for the development of Jewish education 1971
24. Dukes Place Laws of the Congregation of the Great Synagogue Dukes Place. Revised and Re-enacted AM 5587. Hebrew and English London 1827
25. Duschinsky, Dr. C. The Rabbinate of the Great Synagogue London 1756-1842. No.242 of 250 copies. Humphrey Milford/Oxford University Press, 1921
26. Endelman, Todd. M. The Jews of Georgian England 1714-1830 JPSA 1979
27. Englander, David (Ed.) A Documentary History of Jewish Immigrants in Britain, 1840-1920 Leicester University Press 1994
28. Gaster, Haham Dr. Moses History of the Ancient Synagogue of Spanish and Portuguese Jews, Bevis Marks. 1701-1901. 200th Anniversary Volume 1901. For presentation only.
29. George II, Regis An Act to repeal an Act of the Twenty sixth Year of His Majesty’s Reign, intituled, An Act to permit Persons professing the Jewish Religion to be naturalized by Parliament; and for other Purposes therein mentioned. “Printed by Thomas Baskett, Printer to the King’s most Excellent Majesty; and by the Assigns of Robert Baskett. 1754”
30. Goldschmidt-Lehmann, Ruth Anglo Jewish Bibliography 1971-1990 Jewish Historical Society, 1992
31. Goldschmidt-Lehmann, Ruth Britain and the Holy Land 1800-1914. A select bibliography. Jewish Historical Society, 1995
32. Goldschmidt-Lehmann, Ruth Anglo-Jewish Bibliography 1937-1970 Jewish Historical Society, 1973
33. Hanessia, Moses b. Isaac The Sepher Hashoham. (The Onyx Book) Vol I Edward Goldston/Jewish Historical Society, 1947
34. Ha-Nessia, Rabbi Mose ben Isaac. Ed. Benyamin Klar Sefer Hashoham. Fasc I Mekize Nirdamim, Jerusalem 1946
35. Hands, L. Some Difficulties Which Beset The Jewess With Special Reference To Her Legal Position. Bayswater, England : Burt & Sons, Printers, [1917?]. Paper wrappers, 16 pages. Cover title. "Printed for Private Circulation." Bibliography on page 16. Topics discussed include: Social Conditions, Political Oppression, Legal Status of Women, Divorce: The Husband's Rights, Divorce: The Wife's Position, The Childless Widow, Marriage with the Descendants of Aaron, Polygamy, Neglect of Legal Precautions, Need for Registration of Marriages, Immigrant Rabbis and Civil Law, & Need for a Central Rabbinic Authority. Includes a 2-page mimeographed "ADDENDA" by the author tipped in: "The accompanying paper [i.e. pamphlet] on 'Some Legal Difficulties which beset the Jewess,' was prepared for the International Conference of Women Zionists which was held in London in July, 1920. Since then, the subject has been much discussed and the writer desires to add a few words." Topics in the addenda include: "Practical Difficulties in Connection with Reform," "The Rabbinical Conference," "The Task Which Lies Before Women," & "Divorce by Mutual Consent." 6 copies are listed in OCLC. Harvard & the Library of Congress both list copies (with the questionable date of 1917), but neither listing indicates the presence of the Addenda (which would suggest a date of 1919-20).
36. Henriques, H.S.Q. The Jews and the English Law. Oxford University Press, 1908
37. Hertz, Dr. J.H. (The Chief Rabbi) The Battle for the Sabbath at Geneva. Oxford University Press, 1932
38. Hirtz, Mathieu (Trans. Hester Rothschild) Prayers and Meditations for every Situation and Occasion of Life P. Vallentine 1882
39. Homa, Dr. Bernard A Fortress in Anglo Jewry. The story of the Machzikei Hadath Shapiro Vallentine 1953
40. Hyamson, A.M. A History of the Jews in England Jewish Historical Society/Chatto & Windus 1908
41. Hyamson, Albert M. Anglo-Jewish Notabilities. Their Arms and Testamentary Dispositions. Jewish Historical Society, 1949
42. Hyamson, Albert M. The Sephardim of England. A history of the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish community 1492-1951 Methuen 1951
43. Hyman, Louis The Jews of Ireland from earliest times to the year 1910 Jewish Historical Society/Israel Universities Press 1972
44. Hyamson, Albert M The British Consulate in Jerusalem. Part I. 1838-1861 Edward Goldston, 1939
45. Hyamson, Albert M The British Consulate in Jerusalem. Part II. 1862-1914 Edward Goldston, 1941
46. Jacobs, Joseph and The Rev. Isidore Harris, The Jewish Year Book (three separate volumes) 1897, 1899-1900 and 1904-5 Greenberg & Co.
47. Jews’ College Constitution & By-Laws adopted 1925
48. Jewish Historical Society. Starrs and Charters preserved in the British Museum. Vol III Jewish Historical Society, 1932
49. Jewish Historical Society 75th Anniversary Dinner Monday 19 May 1969. Including the Guest List
50. Jewish Historical Society 4 (Ed. H.G. Richardson) Vol IV. Henry III 1272, Edward I 1275-1277 Jewish Historical Society, 1972
51. Jewish Historical Society 3 (Ed. Hilary Jenkinson) Vol III. Edward I 1275-1277 Jewish Historical Society, 1929
52. Jewish Historical Society 5 (Ed. J.M.Rigg) Calendar of the Plea Rolls of the Exchequer of the Jews. Vol I. Henry III 1218-1272 Jewish Historical Society,1905
53. Jewish Historical Society (Ed. J.M.Rigg) Exchequer of the Jews Vol II. Edward I 1273-1275 1971 (Reprint)
54. Jewish Historical Society, 2 Herbert Loewe Vol II Jewish Historical Society/Spottiswood Ballantine 1932
55. Jewish Historical Society, 1 Israel Abrahams & The Rev. H.P. Stokes Starrs and Charters Preserved in the British Museum. Vol I Cambridge University Press and Jewish Historical Society, 1930
56. Krausz, Ernest Leeds Jewry Jewish Historical Society, 1964
57. Lehmann, Ruth Nova Bibliotheca Anglo-Judaica. Jewish Historical Society, 1961
58. Leventhal, Dennis A. Sino-Judaic Studies Whence and Whither. An Essay and Bibliography Jewish Historical Society of Hong Kong 1985
59. Levi, David The form of Prayers for the Festivals According to the Custom of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews. 4 Volumes; New Year, Day of Atonement (2 vols.) Passover and Pentecost (1 vol.) W. Justins, London 1791.
60. Levine, Ephraim The Origin and Growth of the Mocatta Library, Museum and the Gustave tuck Theatre, University College London. A Chapter in forty years of Anglo-Jewish History. Manuscript inscription “With Gustave Tuck’s Compliments To.” Spottiswood Ballantine 1933
61. Levine, The Rev. Ephraim The History of the New West End Synagogue 1879-1929
62. Levinsohn, J.B. Dr. L. Loewe. (Trans.) Efes Damim. A series of conversations at Jerusalem between a Patriarch of the Greek Church and the Chief Rabbi of the Jews Concerning the malicious charge against the Jews of using Christian Blood. Longman, Brown, Green & Longman 1841
63. Levy, Arnold A History of the Sunderland Jewish Community 1755-1955 Macdonald 1956
64. Lipman, V.D. The Jews of Medieval Norwich Jewish Historical Society, 1967
65. Lipman, V.D. (ed.) Three Centuries of Anglo Jewish History Jewish Historical Society, 1961
66. Loewe, Dr. Louis (Ed.) Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore. A facsimile of the 1890 edition. Jewish Historical Society, 1983
67. Margoliouth, The Rev M. The Hebrews in East Anglia Longman, Green Reader & Dyer 1870
68. Melnick, Samuel C. A Giant among Giants. A history of Rabbi Shmuel Kalman Melnick and the Princelet Street Synagogue. Pentland Press 1994
69. Merrick, Julia M. (Ed.) The Lit. at Home. A Celebration of the Centenary of the Edinburgh Jewish Literary Society 1888-1988 Edinburgh 1988
70. Mills, The Rev. John The British Jews Houlston & Stoneman 1853
71. Nathan, I. Fugitive Pieces & Reminiscences of Lord Byron. Hebrew Melodies entire edition Whittaker Treacher & Co. 1829
72. Newman, Aubrey (Ed.) The Jewish East End 1840-1939. Proceedings of the conference held on 22 October 1980 jointly by the Jewish Historical Society and the Jewish East End Project of AJY Jewish Historical Society, 1981
73. Newman, Aubrey (Intro.) Birmingham Jewry 1749-1914 Birmingham Jewish History Research Group 1980
74. Olsover, Lewis The Jewish Communities in North East England Ashley Mark 1980
75. Picciotto, James Sketches of Anglo-Jewry Trubner & Co. 1875
76. Rabinowicz, Oscar K. Sir Solomon de Medina Jewish Historical Society, 1974
77. Richardson, H.G. The English Jews Under the Angevin Kings JHS/Methuen 1960
78. Roland, Joan G. Jews in British India Brandeis University Press 1989
79. Roth, Cecil Anglo Jewish Letters 1158-1917 Soncino 1938
80. Roth, Cecil Magna Bibliotheca Anglo-Judaica Jewish Historical Society, 1937
81. Roth, Cecil, Rabbi M.Y.L. Sacks (intro.) The Writings of Rabbi Elijah of London from MSS Mosad Harav Kook /Jewish Historical Society, 1956
82. Rubens, Alfred Anglo-Jewish Portraits Jewish Museum 1935
83. Salbstein, M.C.N. The Emancipation of the Jews in Britain. The question of the admission of the Jews to Parliament 1828-1860 Littman Library 1982
84. Sassoon Collection 1 (Catalogue) 1st part Sotheby & Co. 1970
85. Sassoon Collection 2 (Catalogue) The Collection of Highly Important Hebrew Printed Books 2nd part Sotheby & Co. 1971
86. Sassoon Collection 3 (Catalogue) Herbert Loewe 38 Highly Important Hebrew and Samaritan MSS from the Collection formed by the Late David Solomon Sassoon Sotheby & Co. 1975
87. Sassoon Collection 4 (Catalogue) A Further 33 Highly Important Hebrew & Samaritan MSS from the D.S. Sassoon collection. Sotheby & Co. 1978
88. Shaftesley, John (ed.) Remember the Days. Essays in honour of Cecil Roth. Jewish Historical Society, 1966
89. Schechter, Solomon a Studies in Judaism. Bookplate; ”Jews’ College, London. Prize for Oriental Languages Awarded to H. Lazarus, May 4, 5662-1902. Signed M. Friedlander.” Adam & Charles Black 1896
90. Schechter, Solomon b Studies in Judaism. Second Series Adam & Charles Black 1908
91. Schechter, Solomon c Some Aspects of Rabbinic Theology Adam & Charles Black 1909
92. Schechter, Solomon d Studies in Judaism. Third Series JPS 1924
93. Siddur The Form of Daily Prayers according to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews as read in their Synagogues and used in their Families. Complete with the famous and controversial engraving of “The Rev Solomon Hirschell, Chief Rabbi of the German and Polish Jews in England”. E. Justin
94. Simons, Hyman A. 40 Years a Chief Rabbi. The life and times of Solomon Hirschell Robson 1980
95. Stein, Siegfried The Beginnings of Hebrew Studies at University College H.K. Lewis for the College 1951
96. Stokes, The Rev. H.P. A Short History of the Jews in England SPCK 1921
97. Stokes, The Rev. H.P. Studies in Anglo-Jewish History Jewish Historical Society, 1913
98. Susser, Bernard The Jews of South West England University of Exeter Press 1993
99. Temkin, Sefton D. Bertram B. Benas. The Life and Times of a Jewish Victorian State University of New York at Albany. 1978
100. Tovey, D'Blossiers, LLD Anglia Judaica, or the History & Antiquities of the Jews in England. (A fine copy with wide margins, in the original binding.) James Fletcher, Oxford 1738. Containing the manuscript inscription of N.M. Wilson, dated 20 May 1802. In Lloyd Gartner's article on Jewish Historiography for the EJ, Tovey's work is the earliest example listed of "a number of local [Jewish] histories by more or less well informed Christian scholars [which] appeared in the 18th Century, before any similar work by a Jew made its appearance….all of them serving to prepare the ground for more consistent and thorough treatment of Jewish historical material." (EJ, 8:560) The title page is also reproduced in EJ, on page 6:755.
101. Tovey A Reprint George Weidenfeld & Nicholson 1990
102. Townley, James D.D. The Reasons of the Laws of Moses. “From the More Nevochim of Maimonides”. Longman, Rees,Orme,Brown & Green 1827
103. Wertheimer, Miriam Devotional Exercises for the use of Jewish Women R. Matthison Birmingham 1852
104. Wolf, Lucien Notes on the Diplomatic History of the Jewish Question Jewish Historical Society/Spottiswood 1919
105. Wolf, Lucien (Ed.) The Legal Sufferings of the Jews in Russia T. Fisher Unwin 1912
106. Wolf, Lucien (Ed.) Menasseh ben Israel’s Mission to Oliver Cromwell Jewish Historical Society/Macmillan 1901
107. Wolf, Lucien (Trans & Ed) The Jews in the Canary Islands Jewish Historical Society, 1926
108. Wolf, Lucien. Cecil Roth (Ed.) Essays in Jewish History Jewish Historical Society, 1934
109. Yogev, Gedaliah Diamond & Coral. Anglo-Dutch Jews & 18th Century Trade Leicester University Press 1978
Jewish Historical Society of England Transactions etc. and “Small Publications”
110. Transactions Etc. The complete series of Transactions, recently called “Studies” Vol I 1893-4 through No. 37 (2001), Indexes, Miscellanies Jewish Historical Society
111. Lucien Wolf Memorial Lectures 14 booklets 1942-1954. In this series, eminent scholars, jurists and statesmen addressed contemporary problems. Among them the Master of Balliol on “Toleration and Democracy” in 1942 (!) and “Minorities and the Democratic State” Jan Masaryk in 1943. Jewish Historical Society and Oxford University Press,
112. Arthur Davis Memorial Lectures 14 booklets including some bound. Leading scholars, writers and researchers starting with the first lecture by Israel Zangwill on “Chosen Peoples” (1918) and including Sir Leonard Wooley on “The Excavations at Ur and the Hebrew Records” (1929), “Changes in Jewish Outlook” by Rabbi Leo Baeck (1947) and “The Record of European Jewry” by Cecil Roth (1950) George Allen & Unwin and Fredrick Muller
113. Various A further number of Jewish Historical Society publications; some later incorporated into the Transactions or Miscellanies, others not.