With Rashi’s commentary, Metzudot, and Olelut Yehuda. At the end is a list of signatures and donors. Published by his student Haim Zvi Tzimned. Printed by Meir Leib Hirsch. Pages before the cover have a taped dedication, and a list of yartzeit’s handwritten. New inscribed binding. Dark pages, defect in the lower margins without missing text. |  256,  pages. 22cm. Generally good condition.
New York, 1986. Given by Marat Alta Figa Teitelbaum, wife of Rabbi Yoel of Satmar (the VaYo’el Moshe). Gilded inscription on the book. At the beginning is printed a letter in Yiddish from the Rebbetzin marking the death of her husband with a picture of his gravestone. The Rabbanit (1912-2001) was the second wife of the Admor, daughter of the Admor Rabbi Avigdor Shapira of Chenskhov, known as a strong, virtuous woman, who was active in founding and establishing Satmar institutions around the world and managing tzedakah funds.
Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Friendlander succeeded his father, Rabbi Haim Friedlander, who was the son-in-law of Rabbi Zvi Hirsch the First of Liska, the Ach Pri Tevuah. 10, 432 pages. Probably missing pages at the end. Pages disconnected. Wear and tear, generally ok condition. Signatures of ownership, not checked.
Collected from Rabbi Nachman of Breslev. Rabbi Shmuel Horwitz was one of the greatest Breslev followers and a copier of the words of Rabbi Nachman. Printed by Menorah, Rabbi Zalman Grossman. Important edition, the book is in excellent condition excellent for a few stains.
1. Avneiha Barzel, Jerusalem 1935. By Rabbi Avraham HaLevi Hazan ben Rabbi Nachman of Toltchin. Published by Rabbi Shmuel HaLevi Horwitz. The book deals with coming close to the torah of Rav Nachman. Printed by Haim HaLevi Zuckerman. 104 pages, 16cm. Generally good condition.
2. “Wonderful stories, part 1, from the book Kochavei Or, never printed before.” Jerusalem 1935. By Rabbi Avraham ben Rav Nachman. Accompanied by real stories and parables from Rabbi Nachman of Tcherin. Published by Rabbi Shmuel HaLevi Horwitz. Printed by Zuckerman. 76 pages. Generally good condition.
3. Torot u’Tefilot, by Admor Rav Nachman of Breslev and his student. Jerusalem 1953. Printed by Sefra. 93 pages. Generally good condition.
4. Likkutei Moharan, Regensburg, 1947. Special, rare edition. Facsimile printing. Two covers. 45 pages, the last include Likkutei Moharan Tanina, with an additional cover. Printer: Tz. Reichman. , 126, ; , 45,  pages. 4cm. Generally good condition.
Large collection of segulot from various places, including the Parkus book from Rabbeinu Hai Gaon, and one handwritten by Rav Yitzhak of Letetchov, who was in the Ba’al Shem Tov’s generation, by Rabbi Yehoshua Yonatan Rubenstein, printed by Yehuda and Yerushalayim in Jerusalem, 1930. Endorsement of Rabbi Yosef Haim Zonenfeld, Rabbi of Jerusalem, and more. Includes a folded page taped in the center of the book with “Fortunes” (small tear on this page). Original binding with new spine, gilded inscription. Generally very good condition.
Collection of all the various fortunes spread throughout books and manuscripts, printed by Meir ben Yitzhak Bekel in Jerusalem. With an interesting collection of fortunes at the end, including a map that opens up. Inside the binding is another manuscript with kabbalistic content. 32 pages. Stains. Generally good condition.
Sofer script on parchment. In the center is a Mizmor LaMenatze’ach in the shape of a menorah, with an inscription above it “know before whom you stand” and holy names and verses. Around is a frame filled in with verses. Generally good condition. 12x18cm.
Framed, with the shape of a LaMenatze’ach in the shape of a menorah, with holy names and verses, on both sides are Tablets with the Ten Commandments and the Kohanic blessing, written by Ben Zion Levi, 2nd Adar 2, 1954. Size 33x41cm.
1. Blessing for the Home with an additional handwritten bracha signed by the kabbalist Rabbi Nassim Moyel. Decorated with gold and silver inscriptions. On the back of the frame is the inscription “this was written with purity, holiness, kavana, to achieve success from Hashem. It is a segula for health, parnasa, redemption, for sons, blessing, success, welfare, for anything one needs.” Size 35x22cm. Very good condition.
2. Certificate of recognition for donation of $1000 for building Ahavat Shalom institutes signed by the kabbalist Rabbi Nasim Moyel. Size 37x28cm. Good condition.
The kabbalist Rabbi Nassim Moyel (1938-2018) was born in Balig Morocco. His grandfather was Rabbi Masoud Moyel, a great kabbalist. He was certified for the rabbanut of Morocco, and studied kabbalah from important figures. His home became a pilgrimage site for thousands of Jews. Authored many important chiddushim as well, and the series Minchat Ani, Maleh HaOmer, Shemen LaMaor, and more. Generally very good condition.
$1 bill given by the Rabbi Abuhatzira, on Sukkot 1997. He lived 1948-2011, was the son of Rabbi Meir Abuhatzira, son of the Baba Sali. Born in Risani (Morocco), in 1966 he moved to Israel with his family and was sent there by the Baba Sali to strengthen the citizens of Beer Sheva. In 2011 he was murdered while receiving visitors by one of his followers. At various times he gave out dollars for blessings.
Large medallion, on one side is the symbol of Kupat HaIr, with the inscription “Matbe’ah Bracha,” and on the other “Matbe’ah Bracha from Maran HaGrach Kanievsky” and the inscription of his signatures. Original box, very good condition.
Pocket edition with handwritten additions and dozens of long notes throughout in pen and pencil, not checked. Missing a number of pages at the end. Not checked which edition and publication. Exciting item.
First section. By Rabbi David ben Shlomo ibn Zimra (the Ridbaz). Printed by Meir da Zara. Published from the manuscript of the Ridbaz that had been lost until then. With endorsements of sages of Jerusalem, Venice, and Livorno. | Page 1(1) has a gloss in Mizrahi handwriting, some in ink and some in pencil. | Rabbi David ben Shlomo ibn Zimra (Ridbaz) (1479-1574), Av Beit Din and leader of Egyptian Jewry and author of the Shot HaRadbaz, was the one who abolished the use of the Seleucid dating system in the Egyptian Jewish community and reintroduced the dating of years from Creation, as was done in other Jewish communities and continues to be done until the present day. Among his well-known students was Rabbi Betzalel Ashkenazi, author of the Shita Mekubetzet. The Maharikash was also his student, and the Ari also studied under him in Egypt. | New binding, quality paper. Gilded page cuttings. Repair to the cover and page . Moth holes. | , 129 pages. 34cm. Generally good condition.
1. Tosefet Yerushalayim is by Gaon Rav Yisrael Isser Isserlin on halachot from the Tosefta and Talmud Yerushalmi. The author was a descendent of the Rama. Printed by Yitzhak and Yosef Dovrzatz. 130 pages
2. Yad Yehuda, by Rav Yehuda Leivush Landau, on halachot of blood and salting. With many notes in unknown handwriting. The author was a rabbi in Kli , Mahaliv, and Sadigura. Son-in-law of Rabbi Yisrael Isser HaKohen Braunstein of Lanzkrin. Printer: Nissan Zis Segel. , 140 pages. Generally good condition.
1. “This article was published by my father-in-law in Israel a couple dozen years ago. But because of the censor, it was required to be attached to the journal HaPeles, which appeared then, but now it is published for the first time in Israel alone.” At the top of the cover page is the stamp of the Chafetz Chaim. Printed by Kupstick, Tel Aviv 1929.
2. Zikaron Yosef, drashot on issues of belief and the future Redemption, by Rav Aharon HaKohen, rabbi of Neve-Swintzan, son-in-law of the Chafetz Chaim. Printed by Garber, Vilna 1924. Page before the cover has a stamp of ownership of Rav Aharon HaKohen. Many glosses handwritten.
10, 4, 82 pages. 23cm. Generally good condition.
Rav Moshe Binyamin Tomshov (1878-1948) was known as the MAbit, was a rabbi and Russian-English Torah editor. Studied in Slotzk and Slobodka where he was the student of Rabbi Baruch Beer Leibowitz and Rabbi Isser Zalman Meltzer. He was son-in-law of Rav Zvi Yaakov Oppenheim (rabbi of Klem and founder of the Telz yeshiva). He edited the journal Yagdil Torah, published in Slotzk and then New York, and also edited a collection called Migdal Torah. Authored Shot Avnei Shoham. He participated in many Torah journals and sent halachic tshuvot to rabbis around the USA. Rabbi Elazar Meir Freil (1878-1934) was born in Birzh in the Kovna district, student in Sadova, and then Telz yeshiva and Slobodka. He was an American rabbi of Lithuanian extract. He served as rabbi of Manchester, Trenton, and Elizabeth (New Jersey). For 10 years he was rosh yeshiva at Yeshivat Rabbeinu Yitzhak Elhanan. He was an active member of the American & Canadian Rabbinical Council and participated in founding Ezrat Torah. Generally very good condition.