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JUDAICA: Passport for Rafael Silberstein from Plozka, Ukraine, by Serbian regent Mihailo Obrenović III. Zoom



JUDAICA: Passport for Rafael Silberstein from Plozka, Ukraine, by Serbian regent Mihailo Obrenović III.


Author: Ministar inostranih dela Ilija Garašanin / Außenminister Ilija Garašanin / Minister for foreign affairs Ilija Garašanin
Place and Year: Belgrad, 11. August 1866
Technique:
Code: 67926

Manuscript in Serbian Cyrillic and Ottoman script on printed template, covered blindstamp below left, verso manuscript and official stamps 45 x 27,5 cm (soft folds and small holes, slightly stained, old tears repaired recto with pieces of paper).

Po nalogu njegove svetlosti knjaza srbskog Mihaila Obrenovića III. objavljuje se svima i svakome kome o tom znati nadleži da Rafael Zilberštajn, kalfa (=Lehrling, Auszubildender) ... iz Plozka (=Ploska, heutige Ukraine) u Ruskoj ... polazi preko nadležnog mesta u Carigrad zanat raditi. Umoljavaju se Carsko Otomanske vlasti da bi rečenom Rafaelu ne samo slobodan do označenog mesta prolazak i povratak u otečestvo svoje no u slučaju nužde i rukopomoć blagonaklono dati izvolele.

Im Namen des serbischen Regenten Mihailo Obrenović III. werden die imperialen osmanischen Behörden um Reisefreiheit für Herr Rafael Zilberštajn (Silberstein) gebeten.

A passport issued by the Serbian regent Mihailo Obrenović III.for Rafael Silberstein, an apprentice of Jewish origins from Plozka in today’s Ukraine, with a request for free travel to Istanbul, where Silberstein wanted to continue his apprenticeship. The stamps on the back illuminate the travelling path through of young Silberstein through the Ottoman Empire. He passed a quarantine in Aleksandrovac, Serbia, an important postal and customs centre on the was to Istanbul (beside Belgrade and Kragujevac Alexandrovac was the third biggest postal station in Serbia).He traveled to Alexandria, Egypt, a year later, and returned to the Balkans through Bucharest.

€120.00