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Offenbacher Haggadah.

Author: Siegfried Guggenheim
Publisher: Offenbach am Main : Guggenheim, 1927.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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The Offenbach Haggadah was commissioned by Dr. Siegfried Guggenheim (1873-1961) an attorney and avid collector of rare books in Offenbach, near Frankfurt. The type designer Rudolf Koch created new fonts and the painter Fritz Kredel, a student of Koch’s, illustrated the new Haggadah inspired by the first Offenbach Haggadah which was printed in 1772. The new version was published in 1927 by the brothers Klingspor in a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Texts
Artists' illustrated books
Jewish religious literature
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Siegfried Guggenheim
OCLC Number: 10270595
Notes: Edited by Siegfried Guggenheim.
Limited edition of 300 copies.
Description: 97 pages : illustrations (some color), music ; 30 cm
Other Titles: Haggadah (Reform, Guggenheim).

Abstract:

The Offenbach Haggadah was commissioned by Dr. Siegfried Guggenheim (1873-1961) an attorney and avid collector of rare books in Offenbach, near Frankfurt. The type designer Rudolf Koch created new fonts and the painter Fritz Kredel, a student of Koch’s, illustrated the new Haggadah inspired by the first Offenbach Haggadah which was printed in 1772. The new version was published in 1927 by the brothers Klingspor in a bibliophile edition of 300 copies. Guggenheim translated the Hebrew text into German, provided the transliterations of the Hebrew blessings and also inserted a novelty into the service. Instead of ending with “next year in Jerusalem, the Offenbach Haggadah concludes with the words: “next year in Worms on the Rhine, our home.”

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