- Rosh Hashanah postcard depicting a globe labeled "Eretz Israel" (Land of Israel) amid the sea, with sailboats behind and the sun in the background. The flags contain text excerpted from Isaiah : "And He will set up an ensign for the nations, and will assemble the dispersed of Israel, and gather together the scattered of Judah from the four corners of the earth." The bottom of the postcard reads : "L'shanah haba'ah b'Yerushalayim!" ("Next year in Jerusalem!").
- Rosh Hashanah postcard depicting a windmill issuing New Year's wishes for a good life with happiness, wealth, and abundance. The blades of the windmill display scenes of pioneers in the field, at harvest, beekeeping, and draining swamps in Palestine. The postcard includes a Yiddish poem : "Turn, turn, mill of life / Bring luck to a New Year / On your estate, in your home / You will live safe, free!"
- Postcard with a pair of birds carrying a ship ticket to Eretz Israel (Land of Israel), in front of a wreath of flowers. The postcard includes a Yiddish poem : "Dear doves, bright, white / Are bringing us sweet, important news / Are bringing us good fortune and dear hopes / Are opening for us safe, joyful paths."