Jerusalem(?), Israel, c.1950
Paper, colored inks, printed

In the 20th century there appeared a number of printed sheets for Purim, commonly called "Adar plagues". They feature the two fish for the zodiac sign of mazal dagim for the Jewish month of Adar. This printed plaque shows a fully laden table for the celebration of the holiday and indicates the sending of food and money for the tradtional exchange of gifts, the mishloach manot.

Height: 34.8 cm; Width: 45 cm

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