Match all node between two dates

I want to match all the nodes between two date. At the moment every node in my db has this form

  "id": *********,
  "application": *****,
  "message": ******,
  "timestamp": *******

where timestamp has a form like this
"timestamp": "2019\09\04 11:01:33"
Is it possible match all node between a specific date or time like from 2019/09 to 2019/01 ?
thanks

yes except I think its not liking the format of the timestamp.
running

return datetime();

for example returns

2019-09-09T11:43:10.553000000Z"

further https://neo4j.com/docs/cypher-manual/3.5/syntax/temporal/#cypher-temporal-specify-date indicates

If the year is before 0000 or after 9999, the following additional rules apply:

- must prefix any year before 0000
+ must prefix any year after 9999
The year must be separated from the next component with the following characters:

- if the next component is month or day of the year
Either - or W if the next component is week of the year
Q if the next component is quarter of the year
If the year component is prefixed with either - or +, and is separated from the next componen

So using / as the delimiter within the date component is not allowed

in the end provided you get the correct format you should then be able to run

match(n:MyNode) 
where date(datetime(n:timestamp_prop))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n:timestamp_prop))< 12019-09-05`;

thanks for your answer.
I have modified the timestamp. Now it's like this
"time": "2019-09-04T11:01:33+0000"
but when I execute the query

match(n:MyNode) 
where date(datetime(n:timestamp))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n:timestamp))< 2019-09-05`
return n

I get this error

SyntaxError: invalid literal number (line 3, column 35 (offset: 100)) "date(datetime(n:timestamp))< 2019-09-05"

maybe this is an error in formatting but line 3 appears to be

date(datetime(n:timestamp))< 2019-09-05`

when it should be

date(datetime(n:timestamp))< '2019-09-05'

I have already tried also this solution ( because ` it seems stranger to me), but I get another error. I get

Type mismatch: expected Date but was String

how did you created the node. Can you return the contents of the node?

To create every node, I use the Facebook Graph api to take every post. In particular I used this code in Python to connect with neo4j db and to create my nodes

allPosts = [ ]

class Post:

    def __init__(self, id, message, time, application):
        self.id = id
        self.message = message
        self.time = time
        self.application = application

    def __repr__(self):
        return '<Event object ({} {} {} {})>'.format(self.id, self.message, self.time, self.application)

    def __str__(self):
        return '{} {} {} {}'.format(self.id, self.message, self.time, self.application)

def takePosts(postNum):
    profile = fbgraph.get_object("me")
    posts = fbgraph.get_connections(profile["id"], "posts")
    i = 0
    while True:
        try:
            for post in posts["data"]:
                if i == int(postNum):
                    return

                if 'message' in post:
                    if 'application' in post:
                        allPosts.append(Post(post['id'], post['message'].encode('utf-8'), post['created_time'],post['application']['name']))
                    else:
                        allPosts.append(Post(post['id'], post['message'].encode('utf-8'), post['created_time'], 'share by facebook application'))
                else:
                    if 'application' in post:
                        allPosts.append(Post(post['id'], 'no message share', post['created_time'], post['application']['name']))
                    else:
                        allPosts.append(Post(post['id'], 'no message share', post['created_time'], 'share by facebook application'))
                i += 1
            # Attempt to make a request to the next page of data, if it exists.
            posts = requests.get(posts["paging"]["next"]).json()
        except KeyError:
            return

def createNode():
    length = len(fb.allPosts)
    for post in range(0,length):
        id = fb.allPosts[post].id
        message = fb.allPosts[post].message
        time = fb.allPosts[post].time
        application = fb.allPosts[post].application
        node = Node("Post", id=id, message=message, timestamp=time, application=application)
        graph.create(node) 

ok.. couple of concerns. my post earlier with the answer was syntactically incorrect in that

match(n:MyNode) 
where date(datetime(n:timestamp))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n:timestamp))< 2019-09-05'
return n

should be

match(n:MyNode) 
where date(datetime(n.timestamp))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n.timestamp))< '2019-09-05`
return n

such that the change is that the where clause previously referred to n:timestamp when it should have be n.timestamp (presuming the name of your property is named timestamp), and again enclosing 2019-09-05 in single quotes.

What match statement are you using ?

yes the property of the nodes is timestamp. So, I use this code

match(n:Post) 
where date(datetime(n.timestamp))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n.timestamp))< '2019-09-05'
return n

and I get this error

Type mismatch: expected Date but was String (line 2, column 80 (offset: 96))

Then I tried to modified the code in this way

match(n:Post) 
where date(datetime(n.timestamp))='2019-09-04' or 
date(datetime(n.timestamp))< '2019-09-05`
return n

Like you have written, but i get another error:

SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input: expected '', ANY
or ''' (line 3, column 9 (offset: 115)) "return n"

Finally, I proved in this way

match(n:Post) 
where date(datetime(n.timestamp))='2019-09-04' or
date(datetime(n.timestamp))< `2019-09-05`
return n

and I get

.SyntaxError: Variable 2019-09-05 not defined

I know that the last solution is incorrect, but I'm not able to understand why the first test didn't work

You are still using backticks where you should use single quotes.
If you fix that it would work.