200 Year Old Jamaican Kesuba Goes Up For Auction


A  kesubah, from 1884 made for a couple married in Kingston, Jamaica will be auctioned as part of a sale of “Important Judaica”.

The Sotheby’s catalogue calls the item “An Exceedingly Rare Ketubah from Kingston, Jamaica, 1884.” It is estimated to sell for $8,000 to $12,000 in Wednesday’s auction.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. This report must of been put out by one of those Licha Dodi masmedim who suddenly become tremendous Tzaddikim instead of helping the chazzan sing a nice tune. These same phonies, you would never catch them with a Sefer any other time of day or night. Works like magic. As soon as the Chassan hits Licha Dodi, it’s arayngiton in lernin. Pheh!

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