1. Or Zaru’ah, piskei halacha from Rabbeinu Yitzhak ben Moshe of Vienna. Sections 1 and 2, printed by grandsons of the Rav of Slavita, Rabbi Hanina Lipa and Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel Shapira in Zhitomir, in 1862, first edition printed. “This is the first publication from the printing house, found from an old parchment manuscript from a few hundred years earlier.” A separate cover for each section, red letters on the cover page. Moth damage, generally ok to good condition, complete copy.
2. Milin D’Rabanan by Rabbi Yisrael Mash Manash. Zhitomir 1854. Copy is partially missing without a cover page.
3. Midrash Talpiot, Zhitomir 1860. Partially missing, without cover page.
4-5. Two copies of the Shla, partially missing. Zhitomir 1856.
Various conditions, bindings missing, moth damage, stains, tears in the pages. Generally ok condition.
With commentary of Rabbeinu Ovadia of Bartenura. Printed by Rav Aryeh Leib Shapira, grandson of the Slavita Rav.
Zra’im the beginning and end pages are missing, no cover page. Mo’ed with notes. Stamps and signatures of ownership: “Meir David Satland from Jerusalem.” Two volumes have moth damage, pages disconnected, stains and wear over time. Generally ok condition.
On the Ch”am and Ba”sh, from the Halachot of Gittin, exegesis called Khelkat HaSadesh, and Petach HaBayit. By Rabbi Azriel Dov HaLevi from Krasan. Printed in Zhitomir 1871, with a little bit of moth and water damage.
On agadot of chazal, third section, with chiddushim of Kohelet Shlomo, printed by Rabbi Moshe Shapira of Slavita. , 328 page. Moth damage, stains, lists of ownership in ink on the cover page and the page after it. Generally ok condition.