Unknown script: handwriting from 1888

Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by Schlesier, Jun 6, 2013.

  1. Schlesier New Member

    German
    Hi,
    again I have an old jiddish handwriting from 1888 from Silesia in Poland. Perhaps someone can give me a hint what it means ?

    Best regards,
    Michael
     

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  2. berndf Moderator

    Geneva
    German (Germany)
    Are you sure it's Yiddish? Looks like written from left to right.
     
  3. Codinome Shlomo Senior Member

    Portuguese (Brazil)
    This doesn't look like Yiddish.
    This looks like it is written in cursive Cyrillic alphabet. This may be Yiddish, but not written with the Hebrew alphabet...
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2013
  4. Rallino Moderatoúrkos

    Ankara
    Turkish
    It can also be Armenian.
     
  5. swintok Senior Member

    English - Canada
    It's definitely not written in Cyrillic. I wouldn't entirely rule out that it is written in Latin script. Could be Polish or Lusatian if it is from Silesia.
     
  6. bibax Senior Member

    Czech
    It looks like written in Kurrentschrift. One word looks like "nicht".
     
  7. Frank78

    Frank78 Senior Member

    Saxony-Anhalt
    German
    Can you decipher it? The last word looks like "berechtigt".

    That would make sense.

    So we have "XXX berechtigt" and "nicht XXX berechtigt."
     
  8. fdb Senior Member

    Cambridge, UK
    French (France)
    It is German.
    Nach §13 nicht wahlberechtigt (not entitled to vote according to §13)
    Nach §13 wahlberechtigt (entitled to vote according to §13)
     

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