First Major Judaica Auction in Geneva

The richly illustrated Wolf Haggadah, which dates from the 13th century, will be one of many rare items of Judaica to go on the auction block here June 19.

Conducted by the Habsburg Feldman Co., it will be the first major auction of Judaica to be held in Geneva.

It is expected to draw wealthy collectors from all over the world.

Other items include a seder brachot dating from 1738, with an estimated value of 80,000 Swiss francs ($47,000), and an 1846 Chanukah menorah by a Russian artist, valued at 200,000 francs ($118,000).

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