Sneh Insurance Theme Passover Haggadah Non Traditional Jewish Art Zev Raban 1954
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Sneh Insurance Theme Passover Haggadah Non Traditional Jewish Art Zev Raban 1954:
Here's a really unique and quite unusual Passover "Haggada" if one may call it such. It was published by the Sneh insurance company in Israel to give its customers. It's NOT a traditional Hagadah, but uses the text framework of the haggada to make statements of the importance of having life insurance.For example, the 4 sons are used as a backdrop to state that the wise son says: "A man worries his entire life on the loss of his money, he should therefore insure himself for tomorrow and he'll be better off in the end". The "foolish" son says: "What is this insurance? Don't think about tomorrow whether it'll be good or bad!...".Also similar statements are made on the Ma Nishtana (4 Questions AND Answers), With few...(Bim'say Me'ot), Had Gadya with a musical score included, Afikoman, Echad Me Yodea (Who knows One Insurance Company!).The logo (see picture on front cover) for this company was made by the Bezalel director Ze'ev Raban.Very good condition, no stains! Contains 16 pages.