Calendars and Rosh Hashanah Cards

NMAJH Rosh Hashanh card
Image taken from a postcard, ca. 1915. Illustrated Rosh Hashanah postcards depicted a wide variety of themes from the traditional to the whimsical - like this high-flying pair who "float freely in the open sky."

Set of 6; Blank inside
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NMAJH Rosh Hashanh card
Image taken from a postcard, ca. 1915. Dedicated in memory of Arthur Raynes by Lyn and George Ross.
On this card, a couple takes to air in a most modern vehicle.

Set of 6; Blank inside
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NMAJH Rosh Hashanh card
Jewish writers had incorporated Rosh Hashanah greetings into their letters for centuries, but the practice took on new life in the nineteenth century with the new invention of faster and cheaper printing methods - and with increasing numbers of families separated from loved ones by great distances. Soon thousands of illustrated cards, postcards, prints and photographs were changing hands every year all over the world. Printed Rosh Hashanah postcards depicted a wide variety of themes from the traditional to the whimsical - like this charming family. 

Postcard, ca. 1910
National Museum of American Jewish History, Peter H. Schweitzer Collection of Jewish Americana


Set of 6; Blank inside
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Price: $9.95
Kiddush Cup New Year Card
Bereshit Jewish New Year Card Package by Mickie Caspi.

Jewish New Year Packages by Israeli-American Artist and Calligrapher Mickie Caspi. Each package contains 8 cards (same design) and white envelopes.

Inside message: For a bright and joyous new year
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Price: $7.99
Papercut Shofar Rosh Hashanah Cards
Wish your friends and family a happy New Year with these colorful cards.


5" x 7" Cards
Set of 10 cards and envelopes.
Printed on recycled paper.


Inside Reads: Wishing you a sweet and fruitful New Year filled with joy, health and peace.
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Price: $21.95
The Jewish Museum Calendar 2017
The extraordinary works of art reproduced here communicate the aesthetic values and skill of their creators while revealing different aspects of Jewish culture. Paintings, prints, sculptures, and ceremonial objects all speak as powerfully about the Jewish experience in the world as they do about the unique power of art to both inspire and inform. Spanning several centuries, these works represent the enormous range of art in the unparalleled collection of the Jewish Museum in New York City.

This calendar covers September 2016 through December 2017 (Elul 5776–Tevet 5778). In addition to its 16 images (one for each month), it includes major and minor Jewish holidays, the weekly Torah readings and candle-lighting times, and the blessings to be recited over the candles.

Printed with soy-based inks on FSC® certified paper, which means the paper has been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council™ and manufactured by an FSC certified printer. FSC certification promotes responsible forest management by ensuring that forestry practices are environmentally responsible, socially equitable, and economically viable.
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Price: $14.99