Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the Central Synagogue on Great Portland Street in London, on the occasion of its consecration. Published in the May 14, 1870, edition of Harper's Weekly.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting searching for leaven on the eve of Passover. From the article "Passover observances" published in the September 1, 1870, edition of The Sunday Magazine.
Color lithograph of the exterior of the Neue Synagoge (New Synagogue) in Hannover. Drawn and lithographed by Castell. Lithograph printed and published Hannover: Artist. Anstalt von Bühring, Pinther & Curtze.
Black-and-white illustration of two men outside the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, with the text of their humorous conversation printed beneath. One man is updating the other man on his life since they last saw each other. He has married a coquettish woman, who brought a lot of money to the marriage. The person to whom he entrusted the funds ran off with the money--which is for the best, because his wife ran off with the man. Published in Asmodée: geillustreerde almanak.
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.
Photographic reproduction of a painting by Hermann Junker depicting a Yom Kippur service for Jewish soldiers during the Franco-Prussian War. Photographic reproduction by Hermann Emden. Published Frankfurt am Main: Verlag v. Heinrich Keller.
Black-and-white illustration of two men described as "Twee Vrienden van den Prins" ("two friends of the prince"). The accompanying story entitled "Modern Zeden" ("modern mores") describes two moneylenders, pictured here, and a prince who gives into their demands in order to receive money from them. Published in Asmodée: geillustreerde almanak.