Rare Judaica Sign Of Dutch Synagogue 1935 For Sale
RARE JUDAICA SIGN OF DUTCH SYNAGOGUE 1935
HERE I OFFER THIS VERY RARE ITEM FROM NEARLY 80 YEARS AGO, WHICH SYMBOLIZE300 YEARS OF EXISTING OF JEWISH COMMUNITY IN AMSTERDAM,NETHERLANDS SINCE 1635 .It is connected with four nails to a wood piece painted in black and could be hanged on wall etc .It show the synagogue in Nederland It was a period of few years before the Holocaust and Hitler regime in Europe and in the Netherlands too and tragedy of Jewish communities . In center above is a Star of David and words in Hebrew means Askenazy KHAHAL i.e. community in Amsterdam . Words in Dutch and Hebrew date 5696 and date 14 November 1935 . Condition- see scans. Due to the long period since 1935 it bear tiny small scratches etc. and signs of rust as this item is made of tin /can but seems that not harm the general view of this very rare item. Size of frame is 21.1 cm x 16.2 cm. Size of the item is 18.9 cm X 13.9 cm. BUYER WILL PAY $40.00 FOR INSURED REGISTERED AIR-MAIL AND HANDLING.I ACCEPT PAYMENT BY PAYPAL.
The first Ashkenazim arrived in Amsterdam from the end of the 1610s onwards. They left the German countries owing to the Thirty Years War, which devastated the economy and resulted in anti-Jewish measures. At first they depended socially and economically on the Sephardi community, but were in the same position as to legal status. The first Ashkenazi synagogue services were organized for Rosh Ha-Shana and Yom Kippur 1635