AMSTERDAM. Bond of 10 Gold Coins. black. No 20. Folds. Typewritten bond of 10 gold coins of "Chevrat To'elet" with details about the way the money is to be returned. Text in Hebrew with an addition of scribal writing. Signatures and stamps of the heads of the company. Chevrat To'elet was a Hebrew literary society founded in Amsterdam in 1815 by Samuel Mulder and Mozes Loonstein. The society was created as part of the Dutch Haskalah (Jewish Enlightenment) movement and published periodicals of Hebrew poetry, prose, and lectures written by its members. To the best of our knowledge, this is the oldest Jewish scripophily we have ever seen. Rarity 12.
Themes: PRINTING & THE PRESS
Startprice: € 1000