BneiShlomo, first edition—Livorno 1822. Signatures of the Rishon LeZiyyon, Rabbi Avraham Ashkenazi. And more.
Drashot by Rabbi Haim David ShlomoZorava, student of HaHida, rabbi, dayan in Algeria.PeitroMeucci, first edition, Livorno printing. Page 1(1) has signatures of Rabbi Yosef Nehemias, a rabbi of Morocco and author of the books Yosef Hen, MorehTzedek, and more. Rabbi Avraham Ashkenazi, the Rishon LeZiyyon and ChachamBashi, and Shmuel Ashkenazi. | Tear with missing bit in the lower part of the cover page. Moth holes. Stains. New binding. | , 138 pages. 30cm. Generally good condition.
AvinuMalkeinu page printed separately—Furth 1770. Rare.
Prayer that was printed separately, for the High Holidays. Ashkenaz custom, with the 13 attributes, and verses said during slichot. | Dark paper, thick and high quality. Lone moth holes, signs of folding. Rare. |  pages. 37cm. Generally good condition.
Framed printing of “portraits of sages”—Tel Aviv 1966. Rare.
Faces of sages from the achronim. The ShadaiHemed, Rabbi Shmuel Salant, the Maharil Diskin, Rabbi Haim Ozer Grodzinsky, Chafetz Haim, the Admorim of Chortkov, Belz, Gur, and more. Metzuda printing, Tel Aviv 1966. Rare. | Stains from moisture, defects at the top. Not checked outside the frame. 56x76cm. Generally ok condition.
ChiddusheiHaRashba, special copy with glosses handwritten by the Gaon Rabbi Haim Berlin and Rabbi Shlomo of Dovna.
On Gittin, Holin, and Bava Batra. Separate covers for each. Printed by Netanel Puah, Amsterdam 1715. Copy belonged to great sages of Israel, both of whom handwrote notes in the margins. Last page has the stamp of ownership of Rabbi Haim Berlin. Covers of Holin and Bava Batra have handwritten ownership notes by Rabbi Shlomo of Dovna. Glosses in Bava Batra, pages: 3(2), 4(1) by the latter. End of the volume, pamphlet Dina d’Gramei, pages: 52(1), 52(2), 53(1), 53(2), 54(1), 54(2) have glosses by Rabbi Haim Berlin, who served as Chief Rabbi of Moscow and for a short time as head of the Volozhin yeshiva. In 1906 he moved to Jersualem and after Rav Shmuel of Salant’s death was crowned the Rabbi of the Ashkenazi community of Jerusalem, despite refusing this title. Rabbi Shlomo of Dobna (1731-1813) was a student of Rabbi Shlomo of Chelm (the MarkevetHaMishnah), and received endorsements for his books by Rabbi Haim of Volozhin and his brother. Edited the “Biur” of Mendelsohn of Genesis, until he found out his true nature and quit. | Binding and first pages missing. Stains. Moth marks. | 62; 62; 54 pages. 25cm. Generally ok condition.
Copper hanukiyya designed as a bier. Israel, 20th century.
In the center is a pair of lions, made by the Mir company. Size: 35x16cm. Good condition.
Cover for a sefer torah “bein gavra lagavra.” Europe 1911.
In Bordeaux color, with embroidery of silver threads of a keter torah and a dedication: “from the generosity of the important women of the settlement of Welkovitz and the Galil, gathered by the Gabbay Rav Shraga Fuchs HaLevi, for the wedding of Marat Yehudit Tamashaf of Farnitza.” The cover is meant to cover the Torah between aliyot. | Generally good condition, 40x65cm.
KapeiAharon—Jerusalem 1886. Dedication of the author to Rabbi Shmuel Salant.
Shot on the four sections of the Shulchan Aruch, by Rabbi AharonAzriel. Zuckerman printing. Cover page has a long dedication written by the author. Rabbi AharonAzriel was a great kabbalist of Jerusalem, and head of the Beit El beit midrash. As he writes in this dedication, the Rashash came to him in a dream and told him that if he prints this book he would be cured of his illnesses. | Front binding missing, pages disconnected, wear and tears. | Bound together with Bnei Yosef by Rabbi Yosef Yehoshua Kario. | , 171; 20 pages. 29cm. Generally ok condition.
Piyyut manuscript. Morocco, end of the 19th century.
Some unknown. Nice handwriting. Some have decorations. Total of 58 pages. Pages disconnected, some with tears and damage to text. Bad to ok condition.
Kabbalistic manuscript—Morocco, beginning of the 20th century.
SeferHaGoralot, according to the AvneiHaChoshen. Includes guidelines for figuring out the goralot (fortunes), list of questions to ask, and tables for analyzing them. At the top is an addendum pamphlet on halachot of shechita, also handwritten. Sofer script, mostly in Mizrahi handwriting, the tablets and fortunes are in block lettering. 41 pages, 15x19cm. Generally good condition.
Lot of two $1 bills from the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Two consecutive serial numbers, given by the Rebbe during . Good condition.
Besamim case, silver, filigree work. Beginning of the 20th century.
Height: 16.5cm. Weight: 104g. Generally good condition.
Machzor for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, Zhitomir 1876.
“According to the Russian, Lithuanian, and Polish minhag, given in Nusach Sfard.” Printed by Rabbi Yitzhak Moshe Bakashet, who bought the printing presses and houses from the Shapira brothers in Zhitomir, and continued the book printing business using the same publishing methods. Light blue paper. Professional restoration. New binding. , 141 page. 28 cm. Very good condition.
MiLevushei Yom Tov, first edition—Vilna 1881. Given by the author.
Shot and research on issues of the Even HaEzer and ChoshenMishpat. By Rabbi Yom Tov Lipman in Saliansky. Printed by Yehuda Leib Matz. Top of the cover says “sent by the author.” | Rabbi Yom Tov Lipman was known as Rabbi Lipa Mirer (1821-1893), Av Beit Din of Mir. Named after his book, the MiLevushei Yom Tov. The Chafetz Haim said he was more proficient than the Chafetz Haim, and could “go into the Beit HaMikdash and do the Avoda there with eyes shut.” | Page cutting at the end is not straight. New binding. | 103 pages. 32cm. Generally good condition.
Mishnayot Seder Taharot. Zhitomir, 1848.
Printed by the Shapira brothers, grandsons of the SlavitaRav. Two covers. Generally good condition.
Luxurious silver set. Stamped. Pen, seal, and letter opener. Europe, end of the 19th century.
Stamped 800. In a handsome case. Total weight: 95g. Very good condition.
Slichot for the morning. Venice, 1735.
According to the Sefardi custom, with piyyutim of Rabbi MsoehZechut. Printed by Yitzhak Puah. Inscriptions on the binding. 72 pages. 18cm. Stains, generally good condition.
Gevurat Ari. Dedicated by the publisher, Maran Chafetz Haim, includes glosses.
On MasechetYoma, bound together with MasechetMakot, by Rabbi Aryeh Leib of Mitz, the Hasha’agat Aryeh. The book was produced by the Chafetz Haim. Pietrekov 1907. “Given by the publisher to the yeshiva Or Chadash at Strauss.” Page 4 of Makot has a number of handwritten glosses (not checked thoroughly). Binding falling apart. Generally good condition.
Get written for the Karaite community. Extremely rare.
Handwritten on paper, 10 lines. From 1964. Signed by the Av Beit Din. Haim ben Yitzhak HaLevi (the husband), and two witnesses. Extremely rare. 16.5x15cm. Excellent condition.
Silver besamim case. Europe, 19th century.
Luxurious and rare case, with an engraved cover. Stands on 3 legs, with a lion and more. Diameter: 6.5cm. Height: 5cm. Stamped P. Weight: 62g. One leg is bent and needs to be straightened. Generally good condition.
Large silver amulet. Hammer and engraving work of holy names and angelic names. Rare.
Preservation of an expectant mother. Frame with delicate hammer work. On both sides are holy names, kabbalistic charts, and angelic names. 2 loops for hanging on your neck. 7.5x7.5cm. Wear with erasure in the center of own side. Generally good condition.
Miniature shiviti on parchment, end of the 19th century.
Sofer manuscript, nice on parchment. With 2 menorot: LaMenatze’ach, and MizmorLeDavid. Around is a frame of verses. Between the menorot and the frame are holy names and verses. | Light smudging of the ink in a number of places. 13x14cm. Generally good condition.
Handsome shofar decorated with silver. Europe, beginning of the 20th century.
With silver decorations glued on, flowers and the letter Shin on both sides. The mouthpiece is designed. Wonderful cutting work at the end where sound comes out. Length: 30cm. Good condition.