Black-and-white steel engraved portrait of rabbi and scholar Moses Edrehi. Engraving by Robert Whitechurch. From History of the capital of Asia and the Turks : together with an account of the domestic manners of the Turks in Turkey, published Boston: Boston, Reprinted for I. Edrehi, 5618 (1858).
Black-and-white engraved portrait of Rabbi Jonathan Eybeschütz. Engraving by Jan Balzer after Johann Kleinhard. From Abbildungen böhmischer und mährischer Gelehrten und Künstler : nebst kurzen Nachrichten von ihren Leben und Werken, Volume 1, by František Martin Pelcl, published Prague: Wolffgang Gerle.
Black-and-white engraved portrait of Rabbi Jacob Judah Aryeh Leon Templo. Engraving by Conrad Buno. From De Templo Hierosolymitano, tàm priori, quod aedificavit Salomo rex, quàm posteriori, quod devastavit Vespasianus… by Jacob Judah Aryeh Leon Templo, published Helmstedt: Jacob Muller.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction with portraits of Jewish individuals prominent in London during the late 19th century. Includes the following: Rev. Professor David Woolf Marks, Baron Henry de Worms, Dr. Henry Behrend, Sir Phillip Magnus, Samuel Montagu, Joseph Sebag Montefiore, Sir Albert Sassoon, Benjamin Louis Cohen, Dr. Michael Friedländer, Sir John Simon, Frederick David Mocatta, Rev. Dr. Hermann Adler, Rev. Dr. Moses Gaster, Sir Julian Goldsmid, and Rev. Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler.
Mezzotint of Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire. Engraving by George Zobel after a painting by Kempf. London: Published February 4, 1852, by Messrs. Jones & Co., 1 Blomfield Rd. Maida Hill.
Black-and-white lithographed portrait of Rabbi Marchand Ennery, Chief Rabbi of France. Lithograph by Hermann Raunheim. With Hebrew text of Psalm 119:15 : I will meditate in Thy precepts, and have respect unto Thy ways.
Black-and-white lithographed portrait of Rabbi Samuel Holdheim, rabbi in Frankfurt an der Oder. Lithograph by Dümmler after a drawing by Wollenberg. Published by Gebrüder Rocca in Berlin and Göttingen.
Black-and-white engraving depicting a rabbi with tallit (prayer shawl) and tefillin (phylacteries). Frontispiece to Modern Judaism : or, A brief account of the opinions, traditions, rites, and ceremonies of the Jews in modern times by John Allen, published London: Printed for T. Hamilton, and Oliphant, Waugh and Innes.
Black-and-white lithographed portrait of Rabbi Abraham Geiger, Chief Rabbi of Breslau. Lithograph by Fedor Beer after a photograph by Robert Weigelt. Printed Dresden: Hanfstaengl. Published Breslau: Verlag von Julius Hainauer.
Black-and-white lithographed portrait of Rabbi Michael Sachs, rabbi and preacher in Berlin. Lithograph printed by A. M. Bleichrode's Lithogr. Institut, published by M. Poppelauer's Buchhandlung in Berlin.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the New Synagogue at Great St. Helen's in London during the election of Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler as Chief Rabbi. Published in the December 21, 1844, edition of The Illustrated London News.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the Great Synagogue in London at Duke's Place during a service in memory of Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler. Published in the February 1, 1890, edition of The Illustrated London News.
Photographic reproduction of a painting by Hermann Junker depicting a Yom Kippur service held by Rabbi Isaak Blumenstein of Mannheim for Jewish soldiers during the Franco-Prussian War. Photographic reproduction by Hermann Emden. Published Frankfurt am Main: Verlag v. Heinrich Keller.
Print reproduction of Leopold Pilichowski's painting The Opening of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, depicting the ceremonies held on April 1, 1925. Notables, including Herbert Samuel, Chaim Weizmann, Nahum Sokolow, Hayim Nahman Bialik, and Chief Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, are grouped about Arthur Balfour, who is seen delivering the inaugural address.
Black-and-white lithographed portraits of 40 rabbis throughout Jewish history, with a larger, central image of Maimonides. Includes Samuel Edels, Isaac ben Jacob Alfasi, Isaac Abravanel,the Maggid of Kozhnitz, the Vilna Gaon, Moses Sofer, Akiva Eger, Jonathan Eybeschütz, David Nieto, Dov Berush Meisels, Meir Leibush, Shimon Sofer, Mordecai Banet, Abraham Tiktin, Yechezkel Landau, and others. Hebrew (and some German) captions including respective rabbi's name and other information including: city, position, magnum opus, and date of death. Published Breslau: S. Schottlaender.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting the funeral of Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler at the Willesden United Synagogue Cemetery. Published in the February 1, 1890, edition of The Illustrated London News.
Black-and-white stipple engraved portrait of Chief Rabbi Solomon Hirschel. Engraving by William Holl after a painting by Slater. Published July 18, 1808, by Messrs. Joseph, Burnett, & Justins, Dukes Place.
Black-and-white engraving of the interior of a synagogue. Engraving by James Mynde. From A new history of the Holy Bible, from the beginning of the world to the establishment of Christianity, Volume 2, by Thomas Stackhouse, published London: Printed for Stephen Austen, 1742-1744.
Color offset print reproduction depicting a Jewish marriage ceremony at the Great Synagogue in London at Duke's Place, officiated by Rabbi Nathan Marcus Adler. Published in the April 15, 1876, edition of The Illustrated London News.
Black-and-white engraving depicting the principal religions of the world. Judaism is depicted by a rabbi holding a Torah scroll. Engraving by Bernard Picart. Frontispiece for Cérémonies et coutumes religieuses de tous les peuples du monde representées par des figures dessinées de la main de Bernard Picard: avec une explication historique, & quelques dissertations curieuses, Volume 1, published Amsterdam: J.F. Bernard, 1723-1737.
Black-and-white engraving depicting a rabbi with tallit (prayer shawl) and tefillin (phylacteries). Engraving by R. Young. From The faiths of the world : an account of all religions and religious sects, their doctrines, rites, ceremonies, and customs. Compiled from the latest and best authorities... by James Gardner, published London: A. Fullarton & Co.
Black-and-white engraving depicting a Jewish marriage ceremony. From Jüdisches Ceremoniel, first published by Paul Christian Kirchner in 1717, edited and reissued by the Christian Hebraist Sebastian Jugendres in 1724, published Nuremberg: Peter Conrad Monath.