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Torah Ark Curtain
Torah binder (wimpel) of Mordecai son of Isaac
Torah binder (wimpel) of Abraham son of his honor Levi the Levite
Torah binder (wimpel) of Samuel son of Mordecai
Torah binder (wimpel) of Yaakov b. Moshe Neiham
Torah binder (wimpel) Yaakov son of Tzvi Ha-Cohen
Torah binder (wimpel) of Shlomo b. Benj. (Weissmann) known as Siegbert
Torah binder (wimpel) of Kalonymus b. Yitzhak (Kurt Heilbrunn)
Torah binder (wimpel) of Nathan b. Abraham Dreichlinger
Torah binder (wimpel) of Yitzhak b. Abraham Rindsberg
Torah binder (wimpel) of Moshe (Manfred) b. Mattathias Ha-Cohen
Torah binder (wimpel) of Yehudah ben Naphtali (Kurt Rothschild)
Torah binder (wimpel) of Dov (Bernard) b. Rav Yosef Arieh Schacter
Torah binder (wimpel) of Naphtali b. Shmuel (Hans Werner Hirsch)
Torah mantle
Torah Ark curtain
Torah mantle
Torah Ark curtain
Reader's desk cover
Reader's desk cover
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