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Auction Description for Jerusalem of Gold Ltd.: Religious Books, Rabbis Letters, Hassidism

Religious Books, Rabbis Letters, Hassidism (396 Lots)

by Jerusalem of Gold Ltd.


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January 24, 2017

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Kisse Eliyahu - Jerusalem, 1865 - Single Edition - The Identity of the Author is a Mistery

Description: Kisse Eliyahu - mussar in the manner of Kabbalah, divided into four chapters: Reishit Chochma, Yirat Hashem, Sechel Tov L'Chol Oseihem, Tehilato Omedet L'Ad. Jerusalem, [1865]. [Printing press of Yisrael Bak/Avraham Rothenberg?].An important and basic book which explains introductions to the wisdom of the Kabbalah. Only re-printed in recent years. S. HaLevi 112.The author, in his great humility, hid himself and did not write his name! The work is usually attributed to Rabbi Eliyahu Mani the Rabbi of Hebron (according to Rabbi Akiva Yosef Schlesinger, "Beit Yosef Chadash", page 5). Rabbi Eliyahu Mani (1818-1899) was one of the Kabbalists of the "Beit El" Yeshiva in Jerusalem after his immigration in 1856 from Baghdad. The "Ben Ish Chai" considered Rabbi Eliyahu Mani to be his primary teacher of Kabbalah, and corresponded with him on topics of halacha and Kabbalah. In 1858 he moved to Hebron, and established the yeshivot. He served as the Rabbi of the city. He wrote some 140 books and works. However, there are those who attribute this work to one of the disciples of Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin. Since the author writes (for example on page 81 and in two other places) that his master and teacher is Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin, author of the book "Nefesh HaChaim". He also refers to the Sephardim in a way that Sephardim would not write.[2], 88 leaves. Approximately 16 cm. Condition: Very Good. New binding. Negligible moth signs.

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Toldot Yaakov - Jerusalem, 1865 - Single Edition - Pleasant Copy

Description: Toldot Ya'akov - on the Beitza tractate by Rabbi Ya'akov de Castro, on eof the rabbis of Egypt. Jerusalem, 1865. Yisrael Beck printing press. Single edition. (4) 96 leaves. 21 cm. Condition: Excellent. Original binding. Ownership stamps and signatures.

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Avodat Hashem - Jerusalem, 1884 - Author's Dedication / Kol Aryeh - Jerusalem, 1866

Description: Two books printed by Rabbi Shneur Zalman Mendelowitz - one with his grandfather's novaelle and the second of his novaelle. a. Kol Aryeh - a sharp pilpul on Talmudic topics, by Rabbi Aryeh Leib Charif, Av Beit Din and Rabbi of the congregation of Gomel in Russia. Brought to the publisher by his grandson, Rabbi Shneur Zalman Mendelowitz of Hebron, 1866. Printing press of Yisrael Bak. Single edition. S. HaLevi 127.Two different title pages. Approbations of Rabbis, among them Rabbi Yisrael Salanter. Ancient signatures.[4], 80 leaves. Condition: Good. New binding. A tear on one of the leaves. b. Avodat Hashem - Homiletics, by Rabbi Shneur Zalman Mendelowitz. Jerusalem, 1884. Single edition. S. HaLevi 464.Approbations of the great Rabbis of Jerusalem and Hebron, both Ashkenazim and Sephardim. At the beginning of the book is a special illustrated leaf on which the author printed a blessing to "The great Queen Victoria", "I gave this prayer to her honorable hand…on the occasion of her success in the war in Bombay…". In the book is also a drawing of the Chabad synagogue in Bombay. Author's dedication on the binding to "My beloved one the exalted wise man Rabbi Daniel [Shabtai Avraham]", "and also to the beloved young man his brother-in-law" [Avraham Vital]. Their signatures appear in the book. Ownership inscriptions.[6], 41, [1] leaf.Condition: Good. Slight wear. Loose binding. Rabbi Shneur Zalman Mendelowitz (1804-1885) immigrated to Israel before the year 1740. He headed Kollel Chabad. He was an emissary on behalf of the Chabad community in Hebron to Oriental countries. In 1852 he was in Iraq and India, and in 1858 he went to India for the second time. His travels to the Diaspora were to fundraise for the Chabad institutions in Hebron and Jerusalem.

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Arsot HaChaim - Jerusalem, 1878 - Printing Press of Yitzchak Giustiniani

Description: Arsot HaChaim - "Prayers and beseeching for all of the People of Israel, inhabitants of the Holy Land, and for the inhabitants of the Diaspora". Jerusalem, 1878. Printing press of Yitzchak Giustiani. On the rear side of the title page is the approbation of the Rishon L'Zion Rabbi Avraham Ashkenazi. On the last leaf is an engraving of Rachel's Tomb. [8], 40 leaves. 12 cm. Condition: Good. A blemish at the edge of the title page and at the edge of page 19. Original binding.

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Chayei Moshe V'Yehudit - Jerusalem, 1886 - Montefiore

Description: Chayei Moshe V'Yehudit - the life story of Moshe and Yehudit Montefiore. With the photograph of Sir Moshe Montefiore. By Ezra Benveniste. Jerusalem, 1886. Zuckerman printing press. 88 pages. 18 cm. Condition: Very Good. Ancient binding.

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A Collection of Books - The Early Jerusalem Printing Presses

Description: a. Sha'arei Torah. Jerusalem, 1880. Single edition. Sha'arei Torah, by Rabbi Yaakov Bibas. Jerusalem, 1880. Printing press of Yitzchak Giustiniani and his partner Aga"n [Avraham Gagin]. S. HaLevi 365.At the beginning of the book is an impressive illustration of the tomb of the prophet Samuel. At the end of the book is an illustration of the tomb of the matriarch Rachel. In the book are matters of mussar and encouragement on the topic of honoring the Torah and its students, and the great punishment for those whose disgrace it. The author Rabbi Yaakov was a disciple of Rabbi David ben Shimon the "Tzuf Dvash", the great Rabbi of the Oriental community of Jerusalem. Died before 1886.72 leaves. Condition: Very Good. Original pleasant binding, slightly damaged. Slight tears in the margins of a number of leaves. b. Parshat Eleh Masei. By Rabbi Moshe Chagiz. Jerusalem, 1884. Printing press of Yitzchak Hirschensohn.Approbations of the Rabbis of Jerusalem to this edition. 20 leaves. Condition: Good. The first (short) title page is missing. c. Machatzit HaShekel - the fourth part of the book "Tzror HaMor". Jerusalem, 1913. First edition. Stamp of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch HaCohen, an American Rabbi. 164 leaves. Condition: Good. d. Va'Ye'esof David. By Rabbi David Katzin. Jerusalem, 1899. Single edition. Stamp of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch HaCohen, an American Rabbi. 156 leaves (missing two leaves at the end of the book).Condition: Good. Wear and tears on the first leaves.

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A Collection of Important Books Printed in Jerusalem - Most of them First Editions

Description: Toldot Ya'akov - on the Beitza tractate by Rabbi Ya'akov de Castro, on eof the rabbis of Egypt. Jerusalem, 1865. Yisrael Beck printing press. Single edition. (4) 96 leaves. 21 cm. Condition: Excellent. Original binding. Ownership stamps and signatures.

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An Important Collection of Various Books of Jerusalem - First or Single Editions

Description: a. Prayer Book for Shabbat called "Olat HaShabbat", according to the Sephardi custom, part two, translated in its entirety into Persian in Hebrew letters, by Rabb Mordechai Ackler. Jerusalem, 1910.11, 139-247, (1), 264 leaves. 16 cm. Condition: Excellent. b. Sefer HaYashar - Words of rebuke and morals by Rabbeinu Yonah of Gerondi. Jerusalem, 1864. Printing press of the partners Rabbi Yechiel Bril, Rabbi Michel HaCohen and Rabbi Yoel Moshe Solomon. S. HaLevi 84.48 leaves. 16 cm. Condition: Very Good. A tear on page 2 with lack. c. Aryeh Sha'ag. By Rabbi Eliezer Rachamim Yedid HaLevi. Jerusalem, 1933.d. Chayei HaMenashe, Tzror HaChaim. Jerusalem, 1928.e. VaYedaber David - Responsa on the four sections of the Shulchan Aruch. By Rabbi David Vaknin. Jerusalem, 1927. First edition. Published by his son Rabbi Yaakov Shimon Meir Vaknin. Important approbations of the Dayanim of Tiberius - Rabbi Eliyahu Yaloz, Rabbi Yaakov Chai Zrihan and Rabbi Chaim Elchadif, as well as the Rabbis of Jerusalem - Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak HaCohen Kook, and Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld. (8), 82, (2) leaves. Binding and leaves are detached. f. Tractate Avot, with the commentary of Rabbi David Hillel Menashe Sutton. Jerusalem, 1930. First edition. g. Chiddushei Aggadot Maharal - novaelle and commentary on the depth of the simple meaning of the legends of the Sages, from the manuscript of Rabbi Aryeh Leib Lipkin, Av Beit Din of Papelan. Jerusalem, 1906. First edition. Green cover. With an additional title page. (2), 26, 29 leaves. 20 cm. Condition: Good. h.Chiddushei Maharshach - novaelle on the Talmud, the commentaries of Rashi and the Tosefot on a few tractates of the Talmud, by Rabbi Shimon Aryeh Kahana. Jerusalem, 1912. Single edition. Important approbations at the beginning of the book, among them approbation from Rabbi Chaim Eliezer Wachs author of "Nefesh Chaya", from Rabbi Yisrael Isser Shapira, from Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel Shapira and others. At the beginning of the book is the author's dedication with his signature. (3), 22 leaves. i. Orian Tlitai - commentary on the words of the early sages and the greatest later sages on three Talmudic topics. By Rabbi Pinchas Epstein. At the end of the book is the "Hadran" sermon on completing the Talmud which the author delivered in Jerusalem in 1913. Jerusalem, 1913. First edition. Approbations from Rabbi Yaakov David Wilovsky (the Ridbaz) and from Rabbi Chaim Berlin. Red cover. Two title pages. (3), 50 leaves. Condition: Good.

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A Collection of Books from Jerusalem

Description: a. Chiddushei U'Klalot HaRazeh. By Rabbi Zev HaLevi of Brody. Jerusalem, 1885. Bound with: b. Chiddushei HaRazeh. With a separate title page. By the aforementioned Rabbi. Jerusalem, 1885. Condition: Good. c. Zera Yaakov. Jerusalem, 1912. First edition. At the beginning of the book is a dedication in the handwriting of the author's grandson, signed: Rabbi "Chaim grandson of Rabbi Shaltiel Yaakov Nino". Condition: Very Good. d. Avodah Tama. Jerusalem, 1903. Condition: Good. e. Ben Ish Chai. Jerusalem, 1932. Two parts in one volume. Two title pages. Condition: Very Good. Original binding. f. Shulchan HaTahor. By Rabbi Shlomo Chazak Av Beit Din of Safed. Jerusalem, 1886. First edition. Condition: Fair. The bottom section of the title page is missing. Dry and brittle leaves. g. Booklets: Kitvei Achim B'Halacha V'Aggadah. By the brothers Rabbi Zev Ragin and Rabbi Baruch Mordechai. Jerusalem, 1934; Davar B'Ito. By Rabbi Binyamin Schwartzman. Jerusalem, 1934. Kuntress Hachsharat HaTorah, Kuntress Ma'amar Daber El HaAm. By Rabbi Shimon Halperin. Jerusalem, 1935. Condition: The booklets are in very good condition.

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Four Important Books Printed in Jerusalem - First Editions

Description: A. Divrei Kohelet, Jerusalem, 1905. Single edition.An interesting bibliographic book by Rabbi Asher leib Brisk.Booklet A, which contains a description of fifty five books printed during the years 1486-1575.Pink cover. On its front, an additional title page that differs from the title page of the book. On its back, an "notice" by the author. Condition: Good. No binding.B. Temunat Ha'Reah, with a summary of the laws of Shechita and Trefot. Jerusalem, 1907. First edition. By Rabbi Yehuda Leib Av Beit Din of Radun. Published by his son-in-law, Nethanel Ben Zion Ha'Cohen of Pressburg.Booklet.(4), 19, (1) pp. without the folded leaf.C. Sefer Katuv by Avraham Eliyahu Ha'Levi Bunimovitz. Jerusalem, 1910. First edition.Approbations by the most prominent rabbis of Jerusalem: Rabbi Nachman Batito, Rabbi Chaim Berlin, Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld and more.(14), 13-105 leaves. An additional title cover. D. Otzar Halacha - on the Baba Kama tractate, by Rabbi Yitzchak Auerbach son of Rabbi Menachem natan Auerbach, author of "Imrei Binah". Jerusalem, 1909. First edition.Two title pages - short first title page and a detailed second title page.Approbations by Rabbi Chaim Berlin, Rabbi Moshe Mordechai Epstein, Rabbi Avraham Yiztchak Ha'Cohen Kook, Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld and more.Ownership inscription on the title page: "A.P.G"8 pp. (6), 60 leaves.Condition: Good.

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Collection of Books Printed in Tunis and Djerba

Description: Collection of 30 books and booklets, most of them printed in Djerba and some in Tunis. Among the books: A. Keren Meshicho. Tunis, circa 1910. Hebrew, Aramaic, Jewish-Arabic and French text. B. Hilula Rabba - on Lag Ba'Omer. Djerba, 1929. C. Yom Teru'ah - Machzor for Rosh Ha'Shana. Djerba, 1945. D. Chag Ha'Asif. Djerba, 1946. E. Pri Ha'Limud. Djerba, 1958. F. Pri Etz Hadar - on Tu Bi'Shvat. Djerba, 1959. A complete list will be given upon request. Condition: Fair-Very Good.

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A Large Collection of Books from the Djerba Printing Press
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Important Books of Djerba and Sousse

Description: A. Shevet Achim, by three of the most prominent rabbis of Tunis: Rabbi Moshe Shetrog, his brother Rabbi Yeshu'ah Chai Shetrog and Rabbi Shlomo Dana. Djerba, 1936. Second edition.(8), 2-176 leaves. 15 cm.Condition: Very Good. Nice copy.B. Patshegen Ha'Ketav - an Arabic translation of the book Me'am Lo'ez, Parashat Bereshit. Djerba, 1939.C. Afapei Shachar by Rabbi Shmuel Tiab. Djerba, 1949. First edition.(4), 136, (3) leaves.Condition: Very Good.D. The order of the Parashiyot that it is customary to read on Mincha of Sabbath. Sousse, 1925. Includes an additional title cover. Condition: fair. Detached leaves.E. Tikun Ha'Kelali Limei Shovavim. Tunis, 1941.Includes a pinkish title cover.Signature on the title page: "Shlomo To[ledano]".28 leaves.F. Menuchat Shalom, first book - Arabic commentary on Tehilim. By Rabbi Shlomo Zarka. Sousse.Condition: Good.

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A Collection of Rare Books Printed During and After the Holocaust

Description: a. Tractate Kiddushin. Published by Or Torah, Budapest, 1942. The year of printing appears only on the title page of the order of Zeraim. On the title page are stamps of "Kahal Yeraim" of Budapest. 96, 15, 5 leaves. Condition: Good. Original binding. b. Ba'al Shem Tov - Novaelle from the Ba'al Shem Tov and his disciples on the Five Books of the Torah. Two volumes. Landsberg, 1948. c. Chochmat Adam, with Binat Adam. Bergen-Belsen, 1948. Facsimile edition of the Warsaw edition, 1883. d. Chovot HaLevavot, with the commentary Marpeh L'Nefesh and an Ivri-Teitsch translation. Diessen, 1948. Facsimile edition of the 1875 Warsaw edition. e. Tractate Avot, with the commentary of the Sfat Emet, by the Rebbe Rabbi Yehuda Aryeh Leib of Gur. Landsberg, 1948. f. Even Shlomo - Encouragement on the topic of Torah study, by Rabbi Shmuel Malcane. Germany, 1948. Facsimile edition of the 1873 Vilna edition. Title-page cover. g. Degel Machane Ephraim. Siner-Varahl, 1942. h. Messilat Yesharim by the Ramchal. Munich 1947. Condition: Good overall condition. Detached leaves.

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Two Books - She'erit Ha'Pleta

Description: A. Avnei Chefetz Responsa (on the Shulchan Aruch) by Rabbi Aharon Levin, who died in the Holocaust.The book was published at the end of World War II in the Feldafing camp in 1947. Facsimile edition.At the beginning of the book, a special leaf with the biography of the author, Rabbi Aharon Levin (1880-1941), the son of Rabbi Natan Levin Av Beit Din of Reichshof. Rabbi Aharon replaced his father after his death and also served as chairman of the Rabbinical Council and a member of the culture committee of the House of Representatives. The leaf recalls how the rabbi escaped Lvov at the beginning of the war and was caught by the Nazis. The many attempts to save him - which included the personal intervention of President Roosevelt and his appointment as the Chief Rabbi of Argentine - failed and he was murdered in a wood near Lvov.204 pp.Condition: Excellent. B. Mishnayot - Shisha Sidrei Mishnah, with the commentary of Rabbi Ovadya of Bartenura and "Ikar Tosfot Yom Tov". "Yaffe" Printing Press Fernwald, 1947.Thick volume. Condition: Excellent.

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Collection of Books Printed for She'erit Ha'Pleta after the Holocaust

Description: A. Mesilat Yesharim by the Ramchal. Munich, 1947.B. Machzor for Rosh Ha'Shana. Yaffa Fernwald printing press, 1947. Title cover.C. Passover Haggadah. Yaffa Fernwald printing press, 1946. Title cover with an illustration of a family beside the table of the Seder.D. Nevi'im Rishonim, Isaiah. Munich, 1948.E. Machzor for Rosh Ha'Shana and Yom Kippur, Nuscha Sepharad. Munich, 1949.F. She'agat Aryeh. Munich 1947. A gift from "Va'ad Ha'Hatzala" of She'erit ha'Pleta. With an introduction by Rabbi Naftali Baruch. Two copies.G. Or Yisrael, by Rabbi Yisrael of Salant. Munich, 1947.H. Kitzur Shulchan Aruch, by Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried. Munich 1947. With an introduction by Rabbi Aviezer Bornstein. Two copies.I. Zichron Zot/Divrei Emet, by the Rebbe, Rabbi Yitzchak Ha'Levi Horowitz "The Seer of Lublin". Yaffa Fernwald printing press, 1947.J. Mizmor Le'David, by Rabbi David Schick. Bedapest, 1939.K. Tana Dvei Eliyahu. Germany, 1946. Facsimile printing of the Warsaw edition, 1874.L. Tefilah Yeshara and Keter Nehora Ha'Shalem. Yaffa Fernwald printing press, 1946. Two title pages.M. Chumash Or Ha'Chaim. Bereshit-Shemot. Yaffa Fernwald printing press, 1947. Two title pages.N. Shema Kolenu. Stockholm, 1946.O. Da'at Torah, Ma'ayana shel Torah on Shemot by Rabbi Alexander Zusha Friedman, Badenheim, 1948. Published by "Mesorah" of Germany.P. Chatam Sofer on Chamisha Chumshei Torah. Michaelwetze, 1939. A total of nineteen volumes. Condition: Varying. Good-Fair. Detached leaves and bindings. Wear.

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Shulchan Aruch with the Commentary of the Vilna Gaon - First Edition - Impressive Copy

Description: Eshle Ravreve, Shulchan Aruch Yoreh De’ah. With the commentary of the Vilna Gaon. Grodno, 1806. First edition.Winograd, Otzar Sifrei Hagra 794.Impressive copy!176 pp. 35 cm.Condition: Good-Very Good. Thick blue paper. The title page is professionally restored and detached. The first leaf is professionally restored, as well as the last two leaves. New, impressive leather binding.

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Commentary on

Description: Commentary on "Ra'aya Meheimana" by the Vilna Gaon. With glosses by his disciple Rabbi Moshe Shlomo of Tulchyn. Published by Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Netter. Konigsberg, 1858. On the forsazt leaves, an ancient inscription: "the book belongs to Rabbi … Eliezer Shlomo [Weller] …" Faded stamps of his son, Rabbi Yitzchak Isaac Ya'akov Weller, author of "Brit Olam" Responsa. 84 leaves. Condition: Very Good.

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Damesek Eliezer on the Hagra Commentary - Vilnius, 1868 - First Edition

Description: A book explaining the Hagra commentary on the Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim. By Rabbi Eliezer Landau.Rabbi Eliezer Landau (1805-1883) was one of the scholars of Grodno . the son-in-law of Rabbi Chaim Av Beit Din of Grodno.A rare halachic book!Two sections with separate title pages. Section A: Siman 1-428. Section B: Siman 429-697.106, (1), 68 leaves.Condition: Good. No front binding, Detached back binding.

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Ne'imah Kedosha - Derasha by Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin - Vilnius, 1872 - First Edition

Description: Ne'imah Kedosha - special Hanhagot and Zemirot Shabbat written by Rabbi Yosef of Dubno. With a Derasha by Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin given on the first day of Selichot 1812. Vilnius, 1872. At the beginning of the book. Approbations by the most prominent rabbis, ownership signatures and handwritten lingual corrections. Winograd, Sifrei Hagra 1472. 46 leaves. Condition: Good. Time stains.

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Five Books - The Vilna Gaon

Description: a. Aliyot Eliyahu - history of Rabbi Eliyahu, the Vilna Gaon, works, his behavior, miracle stories and more. By Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel Levin. Vilna, 1874.96 pages. 20 cm. Condition: Excellent. Original binding. b. Pirkei Avot with a few commentaries, primarily the commentaries of the Vilna Gaon, the Ya'avetz and more. Warsaw, 1860.43 leaves. Condition: Good. Stains. c. Tractate Avot with the commentary of the Vilna Gaon and the commentary "Ruach Chaim" by his student Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin. With "Mitzpeh Yehoshua" - references to the Jerusalem Talmud, Midrashei Halacha and Aggadah and various books, "Ma'aynei Yehoshua" - a commentary on Pirkei Avot. By Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel HaLevi Levin. Published by Rabbi Eliyahu Landau, the Vilna Gaon's grandson. Jerusalem, 1903.17,41,12 leaves. Condition: Excellent. d. Keter Torah - sermons in honor of the Torah and mussar about the study of Torah, by Rabbi Pinchas of Polotsk, a disciple of the Vilna Gaon. Jerusalem, 1896.Bound with: e. Rosh HaGivah - 2 parts: part one - ethical will to instruct his sons to follow the path of Torah and its commandments. Part two - sermons on the four portions which G-d performed to the Egyptians on the seashore, by Rabbi Pinchas of Polotsk, a disciple of the Vilna Gaon. Jerusalem, 1898.Condition: Very Good. f. Aliyot Eliyahu. Szczuczyn,1856. Condition: Good.

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Sefer HaMakneh - 1877-1884 - Three Parts - First Edition

Description: Sefer HaMakneh. With a booklet on Aggadah called Tomer Devorah. By Rabbi Zussman Eliezer Sopher, Av Beit Din of Halicz. Pressburg, 1877-1884. Three parts bound together. First edition. Ancient signatures, among them: "Asher Schwartz".The author was one of the great Hungarian Rabbis. Circumcised on the knees of the "Chatam Sofer' and even merited to learn from him for a short time in his later years. After the death of the "Chatam Sofer" he continued studying from his son, the "Ktav Sofer", and was later the primary disciple of the Maharam Shik. Approximately 700 pages. 33 cm. Condition: Good. A small number of leaves are detached or have small tears. The title page of the second section is detached and slightly torn.

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Maharam Shick - Munkatch, 1905 / Rav Shalom - Munkatch, 1902

Description: Maharm Shick on the Torah. Munkatch, 1905. First edition. Bound with: Rav Shalom. By Rabbi Shalom Adler. Munkatch, 1902. Contains important eulogies for the most prominent rabbis of Hungary, including the Maharam Shick and Rabbi Yekutiel Yehuda Av Beit Din of Siget. On the title pages of both books, the signature of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Kraus of Horowitz. Condition: Good. Single leaves are dry and fragile.

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Important Collection of Books by the Chatam Sofer, his Family and Disciples - First Editions

Description: A. Ketav Sofer Responsa by Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Binyamin Sofer. Pressburg, 1879. First edition.B. Maharm Schick by Rabbi Moshe Schick. Munkatch, 1880. First edition.C. Chatam Sofer by Rabbi Moshe Sofer. Klausenburg, 1929. First edition.D. Shevet Sofer by Rabbi Simcha Bonem Sofer. Budapest-Vianne, 1909. First edition.E. Sha'arei Simcha by Rabbi Simcha Bonem Sofer. Vienna, 1923. First edition.F. Ketav Sofer by Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Binyamin Sofer. Budapest, 1942. First edition.G. Zikaron Le'Moshe by Rabbi Moshe Sofer. Facsimile edition. The 1940's. H. Shirat Moshe by Rabbi Moshe Sofer. Satmar, 1908. I. Igrot Sofrem. Published by Rabbi Shlomo ben Avraham Shmuel Sofer. Vienna, 1928. First edition.J. Toldot Rabbi Zussman Sofer by Rabbi Simcha Bonem David Sofer. Jerusalem, 1966. For a detailed description, please see Hebrew catalog.

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Five Books - Hungarian Rabbis

Description: a. Damesek Eliezer on Orach Chaim. Reteag, 1928. Single edition. Shulchan Aruch Orach Chaim, with the commentators always found on the page and with the commentary "Damesek Eliezer", which is a short version of "Machatzit HaShekel", "Yad Ephraim" and "Levushei Serad" and the rest of the great later Rabbis, by Rabbi Eliezer Lubavitch. Comments and additions of Rabbi Eliezer Lubavitch are intertwined with the words of the "Magen Avraham". Part one (no more sections were printed). Approbations from Rabbi Yechezkel Paneth, the Rebbe Rabbi Chaim Eliezer Shapira of Munkacs, Rabbi Elazar David Greenwald of Satmar, Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrenreich of ?imleu and others. Signatures: "Yosef of Biella [?]", "Belongs to Yisrael Alter". On page 59 is a language correction, most likely in the author's handwriting. [4] leaves, 135, [1] pages. Condition: Good. b. Responsa Zicharon Yehuda - according to the order of the Shulchan Aruch, by Rabbi Yehuda Greenwald of Satmar. Part two. S?toralja?jhely, 1928. Single edition. Rare!Published by his students "who thirstily drink the words of our teacher who is our praise, our hearts' delight…". At the beginning of the book, in the disciples' introduction, is an amazing and special letter, which they received from Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld, who also praises the author expansively: "All of his thoughts and actions were a chain of love and fear of G-d, He was never distracted from Torah and its commandments". [9] 232 pages. 32 cm. Condition: Very Good. Tear with lack on the last leaf (list of subscribers for the book). c. Responsa Arugat HaBosem on the Shulchan Aruch Yoreh Deah, part two, by Rabbi Moshe son of Rabbi Amram Greenwald of Chust. Satmar, 1926. First edition. 123 [8] leaves. Four leaves from the middle of the book are missing (due to a printing mistake). Condition: Very Good. d. Alef Ze'ira - on the Torah, by Rabbi Zvi Zev Goldberger, Rabbi of the Talmud society of the community of Beregsz?sz. Budapest, 1923.103 [8] pages. 20 cm. Condition: Very Good. e. Responsa Beit Hillel, by Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein Av Beit Din of Ko?omyja. Jerusalem, 1954.Stamp of Rabbi Shalom Foigel, attendant of the Rebbe of Belz. Condition: Very Good.

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Collection of Books by the Rabbis of Hungary - Signatures and Stamps

Description: A. Tikun Moshe, fourth and fifth sections. By Rabbi Moshe Ha'Levi Pollak Av Beit Din of Bonyhad. Paks, 1898. First edition. Condition: Excellent.B. Tikun Moshe, third section. By Rabbi Moshe Ha'Levi Pollak Av Beit Din of Bonyhad. Bonyhad, 1895. First edition. Bound with:C. Avot al Banim by Rabbi Shaul Brach of Nitra. Saini, 1926. First edition. Condition: Good. No binding.D. Si'ach Ha'Sadeh by Rabbi Eliezer Chaim Deutsch Av Beit Din Bonyhad. Paks, 1914. First edition.Bound with:E. Imrei No'am by Rabbi Shlomo Tzabel, Dayan in Tirnau. With novellae by his son-in-law and publisher Rabbi Zussman Katz Stern. Paks, 1907-1908. First edition. Bound with:Beit Yisrael by Rabbi Yisrael Chaim Broin. Sections C-D. Paks, 1901-1904. First edition.F. Tiyul Ba'Pardes by Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrnreich. Second section, Mahadura Tinyana. Shamloy, 1942. First edition. For a detailed description, please see Hebrew catalog.

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Three Books by Rabbi Yesha'ayahu Ha'Levi Jungreis - First Editions - Signatures

Description: A. Chazon Yasha'ayahu - Derashot on the Pentatuech by Rabbi Yesha'ayahu Ha'Levi Jungreis. Siani, 1924-1931. First edition. Two section in two volumes.Section A: Bereshit-Shemot, Likutim and the book "Baruch Mi'Banim Asher" - Derashot.Section B: Vayikra, Bamidbar, Devarim, Likutim.At the beginning of the book, handwritten inscription and signature: "I have received from the rabbi the author the 19th of Menachem Av … Meit Fishman …"B. Tikun Eliezer by Rabbi Yesha'ayahu Ha'Levi Jungreis. Siani, 1928. First edition.On the reverse side of the title page, a warning that appears in many books: "Aby book without the stamp of the author is stolen…" the author's handwritten signature appears beside the warning.(2), 16, 64 leaves.Condition: Good.

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Chumash Bereshit with Commentary by Rabbi Yonatan Steiff of Budapest  - 1927

Description: Rabbi Yonatan Steif (1877-1954) was a Dayan in Budapest and one of the greatest Poskim in the USA after World War II. He was admired by Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, who said of him that he was "Gadol Ha'Dor".Rabbi Steif first authored a commentary on the beginning of Bereshit, which was printed in the two volumes before us. First edition. Budapest, 1927. Rare.At the beginning of the first volume appear the approbations of many rabbis, among them: Rabbi Yesha'aya Zilberstein, the Rebbe of Munkatch, Rabbi Chaim Elazar Shapira, Rabbi Kopil Reich and more.Section A: on the first 34 verses of Bereshit. 13, 236 [4] pp.Section B: on chapter 2 verse 4 until the end of Parashat Noah (the end of chapter 11). [2], 237-570 pp.Condition: Excellent. Slight flaws in several leaves. Renewed bindings on top of the original ones.

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Collection of Books by the Rabbis of Hungary

Description: A. Maharam Shick, by Rabbi Moshe Shick Av Beit Din of Hust. Satmar, 193-(2), 76 leaves. Condition: Good.B. Erech Shai, by Rabbi Shlomo Yehuda of Siget, author of "Teshurat Shai". Siget, 1897. First edition.(2), 140, (1) leaves. Condition: Good.C. Be'er Shmuel, by Rabbi Shmuel Rosenberg. Krakow, 1923. First edition.32 pp. 106 leaves, 8 pp.Condition: Good-Fair. Moth holes. Detached leaves. D. Levushei Mordechai, by Rabbi Mordechai Leib Winkler. Miskolc, 1937. First edition.4, 77 leaves.E. Chidushei Mahari, called "Yehuda Ya'aleh", by Rabbi Yehuda Assad. Tarnow, 1931. First edition. First edition.(4), 160 leaves, (4) pp.The copy of Rabbi Yirmiya Feldman, with his stamp on the title page.F. Teshuvat Riba, first section, by Rabbi Yoel Unger. Paks, 1889. First edition.(1), 94 leaves, 14 pp. the last leaf is missing.Bound with:G. Likutei Sofer, second section, by Rabbi Yosef leib Sofer. Paks, 1921. First edition.H. Beit Yitzchak, second section, by Rabbo Yitzchak of Munkatch. Munkatch, 1882. (1), 36 leaves.I. Levushei Mordechai, by Rabbi Mordechai Leib Winkler. Budapest, 1922. First edition.(4) leaves. 140 pp.Condition: Very Good.In some of the books, stams and signatures of Rabbi Eliezer David Friedman.For a detailed description, please see Hebrew catalog.

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Collection of Books by the Rabbis of Hungary

Description: A. Torat Moshe Natan. By Rabbi Moshe Natan Neta Jungreis. Budapest, 1923. First edition. Condition: Good. Loose, slightly dry leaves. B. Tiyul Ba'Pardes, section A. by Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ehrnreich. Shamloya, 1939. Condition: good. C. Shmirat Ha'Nefesh. By Rabbi Yisrael Matityahu Auerbach. Irshava, 1928. Condition: Good. Falling apart. D. Milin DeRabanan. First section. By Rabbi Pinchas Schwartz. Single edition. Condition: Good. E. Ikvota De'Mashiach. By Rabbi David Ya'akov Friedman. Kleinwarden, 1939. First edition. Condition: Good. F. Likutei Meir. By Rabbi Meir Bennet. Bardejov, 1932. First edition. Condition: Good. G. Kuntras Halacha Le'Moshe. By Rabbi Moshe Shmuel Glassner. Kloisenburg, 1912. Bound with: Kuntras Matzah Shmurah. By Rabbi Moshe Shmuel Glassner. Pressburg, 1900. Condition: Very Good.

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Two Special Books by Rabbi Shaul Brach of Nitra - First Editions

Description: A. Beheyot Ha'Boker - six hundred and twenty novellae and Derashot on Shavu'ot. The book is ordered according to the Parshiyot of Torah, Nevi'im and Ketuvim, the tractates of the Talmud and Midrashim. Baranow, 1932. First edition.(6), 78 leaves.B. Givat Shaul - seven hundred forty six novellae on the moth of Elul, ordered according to the Parshiyot of Torah, Nevi'im and Ketuvim, the tractates of the Talmud and Midrashim (like the previous book). By Rabbi Shaul Brach of Nitra. Baranow, 1934. First edition.76 leaves.On the two volumes, an inscription: "Belongs to Naftali Zvi Schlesinger…"Condition: Excellent.

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Three Books - Rabbi Akiva Yosef Schlesinger and his Father-in-Law Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein

Description: A. Lev Ha'Ivri, first section - the last will and testament of Rabbi Moshe Sofer, the "Chatam Sofer", with a comprehensive commentary by Rabbi Akiva Yosef Schlesinger. Ungvar, 1865. First edition.Rare, important book. (4), 75, (1) leaves, 8 pp.Condition: Good. Original binding. Stains and wear.B. Lev Ha'Ivri, as aforementioned. Stereotypical printing of the Lvov edition, 1869. Germany, 1948.Red cover-binding.C. Et La'Assot - Mussar book in Yiddish, written as responsa, by Rabbi Hillel Lichtenstein. Satmar, 1909.This edition is not listed by the Bibliography of the Hebrew Book. Ancient ownership signature.Condition: Good. Loose, worn binding.

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Three Books by the Rabbis of the Greenwald Family of Hungary

Description: A. Shevet Mi'Yehuda - novellae and commentary on the Torah and holy days, two sections. By the Rebbe, Rabbi Yehuda Greenwald Av Beit Din of Satmar. Siani, 1928. First edition. First section: (4), 116 leaves. Condition: Good-Fair. Moth holes. Detached leaves.Second section: (2) 119-254 leaves. Condition: Good. Detached binding. B. Keren Le'David - Aggadic novellae on the Torah, first section - Bereshit. By the Rebbe, Rabbi Eliezer David Greenwald of Satmar. Satmar, 1930. First edition.Ownership inscription and signature from 1931 at the beginning of the book.(1), 5, 132 leaves.Condition: Good.

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Two Books of Responsa from the Great Rabbis of the Greenwald Family of Satmar - Important Signatures - Zichron Yehuda Including the Rare Polemic Responsum

Description: A. Keren Le'David - 172 responsums on Orach Chaim. By Rabbi Eliezer David Greenwald. Satmar, 1929. First edition. At the beginning of the book, a self-dedication: "I have received the book as a gift from my teacher, Rabbi Yosef Greenwald…" [4], 180, [13] leaves. 29 cm. Condition: Good. The front binding and first leaves are detached. B. Zichron Yehuda, first section - responsa on Orach Chaim, by Rabbi Yehuda Greenwald, Av Beit Din of Satmar. Budapest, 1928. First edition. pp. 156-157 were printed twice: in the first printing, a responsum to Rabbi Yosef Chaim Sonnenfeld was printed with sharp words against "Agudat Yisrael". In the second printing, a different responsum was printed. Before us is the responsum to Rabbi Sonnenfeld, which does not appear in most copies. On the title page, signature of Rabbi "Yisrael Weinberger". Several ownership stamps in a foreign language. Condition: Good. No binding.

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Likutei Halachot by the

Description: Likutei Halachot by the "Chafetz Chaim". Warsaw, 1900-1903. First edition.Two sections with separate title pages: Zevachim-Menachot. This volume includes the two first sections of the nine sections of "Likutei Halachot". Rare.On the inner binding, on the forsazt leaf, two pencil inscriptions of "Proofread".The leaves of the preface and approbations of the first section are missing.Condition: Good-Fair. Dry leaves. Tears at the margins.

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Likutei Halachot - Complete Set -

Description: Likutei Halachot on the tractates of the Talmud, on all issues related to Seder Kodashim. With "Ein Mishpat" by the "Chafetz Chaim". Warsaw-Piotrkow, 1909-1923. Eleven sections in three volumes - a complete set. The last sections are of the first edition. On the three volumes, an inscription of "Mugeh" (Proofread) on the forsazt leaf, in the handwriting of the "Chafetz Chaim". Signature of Rabbi Avraham Sofer, with a handwritten gloss. Condition: Excellent.

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Two Books by the Chafetz Chaim -

Description: A. Mishnah Berura, third section. Warsaw, 1910.On the endpaper, an inscription of "Proofread", most likely in the handwriting of the Chafetz Chaim.Condition: Good. Original, worn binding.B. Nidchei Yisrael with the booklets "Chatimat ha'Sefer" and "Tiferet Adam". With Yiddish translation at the margins of the pages. By Rabbi Yisrael Meir Ha'Cohen. Warsaw, 1897. Second edition of "Nidchei Yisrael" and first edition of the aforementioned booklets. Condition: Good. Detached, worn binding. Detached leaves.

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Letter by Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ha'Cohen Kook to his Relatives - 1919

Description: Letter handwritten and signed by Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ha'Cohen Kook, the father of Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha'Cohen Kook, to his family in Jaffa: his son (Dr. Shaul Chana Kook and his wife), his daughter (Ruchama and her husband Rabbi Yosef Rabbi) and his granddaughter (Ester Ya'el, Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha'Cohen Kook's daughter, who was killed in 1920).The letter was sent on 11.5.1920, when Rabbi Shlomo Zalman moved to Jerusalem.Signed twice.13x20 cm.Condition: Good. Folding marks.

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Tovim Me'orot, by Rabbi Ya'akov Moshe Harlap - A Composition Defending the Book

Description: Tovim Me'orot - a letter by Rabbi Ya'akov Moshe Harlap, explaining the ideas of the book "Orot" by Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha'Cohen Kook. Jerusalem, Elul, 1920. Luntz printing press. "Ha'Tor" publishing.Published by Isaac Ben Tovim, to whom Rabbi Harlap had written the letter.Single edition. Despite the importance of the book, it was never printed again!Rare! Includes its cover.[2] 14 pp.Condition: Good. New binding.

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Sefer HaAruch - Venice, 1531

Description: Sefer Ha'Aruch - explanation of words and concepts of te hTalmud, by Rabbi Natan Yechiel of Rome. Venice, 1531-1532. Daniel Bomberg printing press. The year noted on the title page is 1531 and on the colophon, 1532. On leaf B, a signature: "Yosef Eliezer Ben David…" single handwritten corrections. Censor erasures. An additional signatures in a foreign language. 246 leaves. Title page is missimg. 25 cm. Condition: Good. Moth damage to several leaves, with damge to text. New leather binding.

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A Bundle of Early Leaves - 15th and 16th Centuries

Description: a. One leaf from a machzor. Fano, 1504. b. Three leaves from Sefer Agur. Rimini, 1526. Soncino press. c. Fifteen leaves from a machzor according to the custom of Rome. Bologna, 1541. On one of the leaves are corrections in ancient handwriting. In a few places are deletions of the censor from the time of printing in places related to gentiles. d. One leaf from Rabbeinu Bachye's commentary on the Torah. Pesaro, 1514. e. Four leaves from the Bible with Rashi's commentary. Salonika, 1515. (One of the leaves is from the book of Psalms). f. One leaf from the book of Zecharia, from a Bible with the Radak's commentary. Pesaro, 1516. g. Two fragments of leaves from the Mishneh Torah L'Rambam. Soncino, 1589. h. Two fragments of leaves from Sefer HaTurim. Soncino, 1590. i. First leaf from the book Mincha Belula. Verona, 1599. Condition: Varying condition, good-fair.

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Toldot Yitzchak - Riva de Trento, 1558 - Signatures and Completions in Ancient Script

Description: The book was printed in the lifetime of the "Beit Yosef". The first or second book printed in Riva de Trento. Second edition. Lacking copy. The title page is completed by photocopy. After it, an ancient leaf with the title page handwritten in nice script. At the head of the title page, an ownership stamp: "David … of Schwartznetz". 12 additional missing leaves were completed in ancient, nice script. 17 leaves at the end of the book were completed by photocopy. At the middle of the book signatures of "Zvi Hirsch ben … Yissachar Ber …". Additional signatures among the leaves of the book. [2], 113, 113-115 leaves. Condition: Good. New binding. Wear.

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Mi Kamocha, by Rabbi Yehuda HaLevi - Venice, 1586

Description: Mi Kamocha, by the Sage and poet Rabbi Yehuda HaLevi. Venice, 1586. Zuan di Guara printing press. The text of the piyut is vowelized, and in its margins are comments and short explanations. The piyut "Mi Kamoch [Who is like You] (which begins "Adon chasadecha bal yechdal") is sung in Sephardi congregations on Shabbat "Zachor" the week before Purim. In some of the congregations this Shabbat is known as "Shabbat Mi Kamocha" after the name of this piyut. [8] leaves. 15 cm. Condition: Fair-Poor. Moth holes, most of them in the bottom margins of the leaves and do not damage the text.

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Midbar Yehuda, by Rabbi Yehuda Aryeh de Modena - Venice, 1602

Description: Midbar Yehuda - Derashot for the cycle of the year and for various events and Italian and Hebrew eulogies for the most prominent rabbis of Italy by Rabbi Yehuda Aryeh of Modena. Venice,1602. First edition. Printed by Daniel Zanetti.Inscriptions and signatures: "Yosef Ben Sidon". On the title page, an inscription and signature (cut off) of Rabbi "Elisha Galiko".104 leaves. 19 cm.Condition: Good-Fair. Flaws in the first leaves. Moth damage, stains and wear. New cloth binding.

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Lechem Rav - Prague, 1608-1609 - First Edition - Rare

Description: Lechem Rav - on Shulchan Aruch. By Rabbi Shmuel of Lublin. Prague [1608]. First edition. Printed by the sons of Moshe Darshan at the house of Avraham Ben Shalom. This important book was approbated by the Maharal of Prague (missing from the copy before us). Lacking copy: three leaves (including the title page) at the beginning of the book and four leaves at its end are missing and have been completed by photocopy. Condition: Fair-Good.

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Beit Aharon - Frankfurt, 1690 - First Edition –Title Page Illustrated in Wood Engravings

Description: Beit Aharon - index of the verses of the bible that appear in the Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud, Midrashim, Kabbala books, Drush and Mussar (similar to the book "Toldot Aharon" by Rabbi Aharon of Pissarro). By Rabbi Aharon ben Rabbi Shmuel. Frankfrt am Mein, 1690. First edition.The author, who worked on the writing of the book almost ten years, lists in his introduction thurty six books to which he refers in his composition. The book received fifteen enthusiastic approbations by the rabbis of the era, who noted that it was the first ever reference book of the bible. Today, it constitutes an inseparable part of the printed bibles. Three unique title pages: two title pages (Torah, Ketuvim) made with wood engravings. On the upper part of the title page appears the text and underneath impressive illustrations of Samuel the Prophet and Aharon Ha'Cohen. A separate title page for Nevi'im Rishonim with a floral frame.On the lower part of the first title page, the name Mordechai Slavitcher - who is probably the illustrator of the frame. Most of the pages of the book are framed. Each page is made of three to five columns a page.On the title page, an ancient inscription: "Baruch Weill" (Maybe he's Rabbi Baruch Weill of Hanover?).2, 2, 115, 117-178 leaves. 30 cm.Condition: Very Good. Loose binding. The back binding is worn.

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Chiddushei Aggadot of the Maharsha - Frankfurt, 1682 - Magnificent Copy with Original Wooden Binding

Description: Chiddushei Aggadot of the Maharsha. Frankfurt am Main, 1682. Second edition (the frist was printed in Lublin, 1627). Impressive edition in terms of the fonts, the layout and the bright paper! [2], 50, 52-63, 66-141; 36, 38-52 leaves. 33 cm. Condition: The book has been excellently preserved for over 300 hundred years. The leaves are in good condition, nice margins. The original binding is made of leather-covered wood. On the binding, nice decorations. Remnants of buckles. Black adhesive tape support on the back binding.

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Yalkut Shimoni - Frankfurt am Main, 1687 - Signatures of the Rothschild Family of Frankfurt

Description: Yalkut Shimoni, two parts. Frankfurt, 1687. Each part has a separate title page. On the title page of the first part is an illustration of the figures of Aharon, and Moshe with the Tablets of the Covenant, and under them an illustration of the figures of David and Goliath. On the title page are ancient signatures: "…Moshe son of the deceased Anshel Roth[schild]". Under it is another signature: "…the small one Yechiel Rothschild", with the letters Pay and Daled written in calligraphic script (perhaps this is the initials of Frankfurt am Main). Among the book's leaves are several handwritten glosses and corrections. 313, 190 leaves. Very thick book. 33 cm. Condition: Good. The binding and first leaves are detached. The first title page is singed in the margins.

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Chidushei Ha'Gershoni - Frankfurt, 1710 - First Edition

Description: Chidushei Ha'Gershoni on Shulchan Aruch and Parashat Ha'Shavuah. By Rabbi Gershon Ashkenazi. Frankfurt, 1710. First edition. Ancient signatures. [2], 46 leaves. Condition: Good. Water stains. Wide margins.

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Mishneh Torah Le'Ha'Rambam - Large Copy with an Original Wooden Binding - Amsterdam, 1702

Description: Fourth section. 1702. The most proofread edition of Maimonides' books, a mother-edition for most following editions. Ancient ownership stamps. Stamp of the censorship and stamp of the censor Getzel Itzkovitz. 4-309, [13] leaves. 37 cm. Condition: Good. Impressive ancient binding, wood covered with leather with decorations. Remnants of metal buckles. Humidity stains. Especially large margins. The binding is worn, especially the spine. Several leaves are loose. Wear due to use.

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