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5 important and rare Jerusalem books
1. “Imrei Bina,” second section, additions to the Shulchan Aruch Khoshen Mishpat, by the Gaon HaRav Meir Oyerbach, Jerusalem 1876, first edition, stamp of ownership of the Gaon HaRav Lipman David Shawaks, head Av Beit Din and teacher for Chassidic communities in Jerusalem. Excellent condition, original binding. 2. “Kagan HaYerek,” exegesis on the book of corrections to the Zohar according to the works of HaRav Chaim Vittel in two sections, by the Rav Klapa Gig, Jerusalem 1912, only edition. 167, 220 page. Good condition. Original binding. 3. “Sha’ar HaHatzer,” from the book “Sha’arei Tzedek” droshim and additions regarding immigration to Israel, by Rav David ben Shimon (head of the Beit Din for the Western communities in Jerusalem, 1824-1880), printed in Jerusalem by Yisrael Bak, in 1862, including a index pamphlet called Ulam HaSha’ar, missing at the end 27 pages of the key, stamps of ownership in Ashkenazi handwriting on the title page. Good condition, binding and pages are loose. 4. “Megillat Esther” with two exegeses in the name of “Korban shel Yisrael,” by HaRav Aryeh Leib Fromkin, Jerusalem 1893. Bound with the book “Kornin Danhor” by the same. In total, five books in four volumes, first editions by Jerusalem printers. Important set.
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