Sotheby's Auctions: Important Judaica, Featuring The Serque Collection

SOTHEBY'S
An elaborately illustrated Kettabuh, from Corfu, 1790 (Estimated $50,000 - $70,000) 
Sotheby’s is pleased to announce the 5 June sale of Important Judaica, Featuring The Serque Collection in New York. Sotheby’s Judaica Department offers Hebrew manuscripts and books, silver, ritual objects and fine arts, including paintings and graphics. Hebrew books and manuscripts generally date from the 15th century to the beginning of the 19th century. Objects for personal ritual and synagogue use, mainly in silver, are also offered in these sales, along with items created at the Bezalel Academy of Arts in Jerusalem. Fine art offerings include works by leading Jewish artists such as Isidor Kaufmann, Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, Edouard Brandon, Maurycy Gottlieb, Solomon Alexander Hart, Marc Chagall, and others from the 19th and 20th centuries. [More]
A rare miniature Taj (Yemenite Pentateuch); Yemen: Second half of the 15th century. (Estimated at $200,00 - $300,000) 

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