Exceptionally Rare Share Certificate: “The Jewish Community In Kosice”, 1927

Kosice or the renowned “Kassa” community was located in Eastern Slovakia, today Slovak Republic.
In the beginning of the 20th century the Jewish community divided into two separate communities; one Orthodox and the other Neolog in 1927 each community established their own separate synagogue.
This is a share certificate issued in that year 1927, by this community, in two languages, Slovakian and Hungarian (?).
Completely illustrated, solitary leaf.
Printed on one side only of the leaf, one half of the leaf contains the certificate and the second half includes all original 12 coupons, with the signatures of the leader of the community.
The entire certificate is decorated with about 120 miniature “Magen David” emblems.
At the top of the certificate there is an illustration of a farmer plowing his field with a team of horses.
Underneath the certificate there is an illustration with German text regarding the “Jewish loan society” with additional emblems.

S/N:  0100-8067



Very good condition.



Size – 38cm. x 48cm. / 14.9in. x 18.9in.




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