Nice find! Perhaps you could use it to type verses from the Torah onto parchment paper.
It really is hard to see the difference between smaller and larger letters. I have a Hebrew Lettera 32 that actually uses two different typefaces; one is smaller and one is bigger, but in addition, the bigger one (as I recall) is simplified and straighter.
Bill had one of these in for repair at MTE last year and I got to play with it a little. Fun little machine. If I had one, I'd apply labels on the keys corresponding to a Latin keyboard layout and use it as a simple substitution cipher machine. Make people decrypt my typecasts to read them. (:Actually.. hmmn.. that would confound any present and future attempt by the Great Satan to auto-index your messages using OCR spiders too. I may have to keep an eye out for an Indonesian or Hindi machine.. :D
Well - it would be fun to swap keytops with a standard QWERTY Baby and use this one as a cipher machine and the other to learn to keep your eyes away from the keyboard :)
Very nice addition to anyone's collection.