The Oxford English Dictionary defines "Judaica" as: "Items or (less commonly) matters relating to or associated with Judaism or Jewish culture, especially those forming part of a collection or treated as subjects of study." Random House defines it as: "Things pertaining to Jewish life and customs, especially when of a historical, literary, or artistic nature, as books or ritual objects." Using either definition, Heritage Auctions has had the privilege of offering thousands of such items documenting nearly 2500 years of the history of the Jewish people through their coinage, their literature, and their art. In 2012, Heritage was chosen to offer the landmark Shoshana Collection of Ancient Judean Coins (HA.com/3003) (HA.com/3018). Prices realized for the two auctions alone totaled $9.1 million.
Featured Recent Auction Results
The Yavneh 10 Commandments Stone
Sold for $850,000
EGYPT. Coptic period, circa 4th-5th centuries CE. Child's textile tunic
Sold for $8,125
Beautiful Ceremonial Silver Axe Head
Sold for $13,750
Marc Chagall Fleurs et couple, circa 1948-52
Sold for $448,125
David Ben-Gurion Typed Letter
Signed as Prime Minister to Moshe Dayan
Sold for $13,145
Reuven Rubin Jerusalem
Sold for $62,140
Jewish War (66 - 70 AD).
AR shekel (24mm, 13.34 gm, 10h)
Sold for $1,105,375
Hebrew Biblical Manuscript Circa 1575
Sold for $3,585
Sammy Davis Jr.'s Star of David Money Clip
Sold for $14,340
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