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Page from a book with a handwritten testimony that the book belonged to Maharam Shik.
Additional unreadable notes. Rabbi Moshe Shik (1807-1879) was Avdak Yargin and Khust, and head of the yeshiva there, student of the Chatam Sofer, who would nickname him nicely “meiner Aron Sefarim” (my bookshelf). He followed in his teacher’s footsteps in uncompromisingly fighting Reformism. He is known for a letter in which he said they are not Jews, but complete goyim, for being blasphemers. He was a leader of Hungarian Jewry after the Chatam Sofer. Bad condition.
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