052. AN EARLY COIN SILVER CUP FROM CONGREGATION DARECH AMUNO
AN EARLY COIN SILVER CUP FROM CONGREGATION DARECH AMUNO. New York, 1869. Beaker form. Made by Wood and Hughes and retailed by J. Conning of Mobile, Alabama. Engraved in the central cartouche; “PRESENTED BY THE CONGREGATION DARECH AMUNO, GREEN STREET, NY TO MR. JOEL STAMPLER AS A MARK OF RESPECT JAN 5630.” On the verso, it is regifted to The Jamaica Jewish Center by Bnj. Stampler April 15, 1930. Congregation Darech Amuno was founded in 1838 and continues to function as the Greenwich Village Synagogue. The Jamaica Jewish Center ceased to exist. The building is now used by the Young Women’s Leadership School. 4” tall.
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