Charity box shaped like a mug with handle and attached lid. Lid has two openings, one circular and one rectangular cut into it to receive money donations. Hebrew etching around the lid and dots on certain letters indicates it was made in 5651 (1890-1891). Narrative: Made by Eliezer Hauer in the town of Onod, Hungaryfor the local synagogue. It belonged to the synagoge at Onod until its destruction in 1944. It was buried, uncovered and given to a local Lutheran Minister who kept it safe until circa 1990 when it was given to Mrs. Esther Prager.
Money Order : Paper : Printed : Ink : Grey, beige, red, black. ; Ht: 11 cm x W: 17 cm
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June 24, 1940
Page with one hole punched on left edge, edges worn, left edge serrated, fiscal stamp B.R., dotted lines for additional information. Money order form for 12 dollars from the Jewish Central Bank of Lithuania sent to G. Michle Langiene.