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Why because the start of the Jewish holiday of passover here on -- and company we're bringing you some.
Judeo -- I believe that is the correct expression that will be Jewish items iTunes -- -- come on help me out Jonathan Jewish Jewish ritual objects anything.
During the course of a Jewish ritual and the object is known -- -- and you brought some objects with.
If you gonna tell me that value in an auction situation correct and I'm again going to be very surprised.
At how Lou the prize fees -- I'll explain why festival you've got to 1750.
Probably has something fifty correct a pastor of a cop shows -- -- Try to be here along with the passover cup is the matching -- cup.
They were made by -- -- hundred enough in the Germany approximately 1740.
It's inscribed on it.
With the young biblical commandment about observing passover and the other cup is inscribed with the -- commitment to observe the Sabbath.
Now that's 35000 dollars each current -- now that that is a price that I can understand threats to me that's a high price correct -- clearly all bound you but right historical value in the significance of course gives it that value -- well -- -- hold on I'm sort of jump him.
What you move on to what is I believe it is a six piece -- -- -- right in front there's a bunch of figures each one of -- -- correct look at each one of them you know Jewish figure Jewish community Jewish women.
Holding on an open basket or -- each one of those is meant to hold the six different food objects.
That comprise the cedar OK and that's from want you approximately 1940193019.
-- -- Possibly it's unknown there's always two sets of these the first one being sold in the New York auction house for 121000 dollars as a whole -- correct again and this being the second among problems.
I'm sorry -- -- -- theoretically yes there especially because they're -- made and you much as it up prices go up until significantly different if by kids in private school.
-- I could match that that's another start a -- -- saved up plate.
When -- right is right over here a -- don't want yeah this is approximately turn of the century it's not -- -- about a hundred you know it somewhere between eighty and a 120 years old.
Around -- and yeah it's been a computer.
Which is really attend a live at ten and led Al -- mixed up sometimes with a little -- over.
Some Jews were very important current reports over so they would use this very very cheap noble -- to make it.
So they took a regular dinner dish and being created with the order of the -- as well some decorations and the this -- is the force ones and that would be used on -- -- that's correct this would have actually been used this for the same purpose as the -- little guys in the front -- -- -- just you know a different different style for the 6000 dollars because -- -- -- that's what that would go for.
Again -- The pewter is not is not a very attractive metal ball went in the second yeah that's the intrinsic value -- the -- Cooper gives it its value apparatus that historical significant correct but because it was computer there was a lot of them.
Had this been silver not everybody could afford it -- maybe you've been.
A hundred to 200 supply throughout the years and throughout the Holocaust.
-- throughout your Jewish immigration to America over 200 he has.
But everybody was able to -- -- -- so there were just tons of -- made of these of these -- for a special auction on the another in the gallery I in your gallery there and god if you want confidence -- there are still.
If they don't get -- before in the probably will wind up in the -- an option.
But for the most part they're on display at the -- Jonathan I'd like to know how we generated any sale.
And on this program I think as -- thought -- -- second appearance second appearance.
Dodd -- no would you give me that no I'm not generated sales no we give -- my wife my children are probably.
Because more of an intrinsic value -- Israel's Jonathan Greenstein yes and Steve Greenstein instinct instinct is always a pleasure I hope you'll come back always always always always tournament children -- you want for a Russian into Britain's next.
Iran got to get them back -- find the cup.
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