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A German parcel-gilt silver Torah Shield with rare figures of King David and Moses, maker's mark only SH, early 18th century
Estimate
70,000100,000
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124
A German parcel-gilt silver Torah Shield with rare figures of King David and Moses, maker's mark only SH, early 18th century
Estimate
70,000100,000
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Important Judaica, including a Distinguished Private Collection

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A German parcel-gilt silver Torah Shield with rare figures of King David and Moses, maker's mark only SH, early 18th century
of cartouche shape with embossed gadroon, husk, and flower borders, applied with a double eagle below crown flanked by two crowned columns and figures of King David and Moses, fitted with one reversible portion plaque for Sabbath and New Moon, engraved with presentation inscription
maker's mark struck twice on front, possibly Frankfurt
height 10 1/2 in.
26.7 cm
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Catalogue Note

The inscription reads: "Simeon ben David Teitelbaum(?) 1738 and Anna bat Raphael Teitelbaum(?)."

Important Judaica, including a Distinguished Private Collection

|
New York