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18.07.2016 - Auction No. 10

 

 

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LOT: 001

Shulchan Aruch HaRav, 4 sections, Zhitomir printings by the Shapira brothers, 1847-48

By HaRav Maladi, Section 1, Orech Haim Halachot of Prayer and Brachot. No cover. Section 2, Orech Haim Halachot of Shabbat and Eruvin. Zhitomir 1847. 2 covers, the first cover and the last page are restored. Section 3, Orech Haim Halachot of Pesach and Yom Tov, Zhitomir, 1848. 2 covers, the covers and the last page are restored. Section 4 Yoreh De’ah. Zhitomir, 1847. 2 covers, the first cover and the last page are restored. Different conditions, new bindings, light moth marks, stains and wear, generally ok to good condition.
Starting at $650
LOT: 002

Lot of books by HaRav Schneor Zalman Maladi, Zhitomir (Shapira brothers), 1856-1862

1. Shulchan Aruch HaRav Yoreh De’ah, Section 4, Zhitomir 1862. 2. Shulchan Aruch from the necessary halachot, collected from Choshen HaMishpat, Zhitomir 1859. 3. Questions and answers from Rav Shneor Zalman Maladi, Zhitomir, 1856-edition unknown. All of the books are bound together, the binding and the spine are disconnected, moisture stains, stains, a little moth damage, last page of the questions and answers is defective with light damage to the text, generally good condition
Item sold at $150 Starting at $150
LOT: 003

Torah Or, Zhitomir, 1862, second edition. With addition to the book, Zhitomir, 1962, first edition.

Torah Or, collection of articles on the order of the parshiyot and the holidays, first section (Genesis, Exodus), by Rabbi Shneor Zalman Maladi. Printed by grandsons of the Rav of Slavita, Zhitomir, 1862. 2 cover pages, on the first there is light restoration without damage to the text. With signatures of the Beit Knesset Ohel Yitzhak—Chabad, in Yafo. With additions to the book written by his son Rabbi Dov be’er, printed also by the same publishers. First edition, with stamp of ownership of “Shneor Zvi bar Levi Yitzhak Schneorson” (descendent of the Admor HaZaken). Binding not original, wear, moth damage, moisture stains and stains, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $500 Starting at $300
LOT: 004

Mishnayot Seder Mo’ed, Zhitomir, 1851. Copy of the Admor of Chortkov

Printed by the Shapira brothers, grandsons of the Rav of Slavita. With stamps of Rav Shlomo Friedman, the Admor of Chortkov. No anterior or spine binding, the rear binding is disconnected, stains, ok to good condition.
Item sold at $425 Starting at $200
LOT: 005

Psalms, Zhitomir 1857, from “Kitvei HaKodesh” printed by Rav Aryeh Leib Shapira.

Book “Kitvei HaKodesh,” on the Ketuvim, including Psalms and Proverbs, 5th section, with translation of Rashi’s interpretation and Metzuodot and an exegesis in Ashkenazi. Printed by Rav Aryeh Leib Shapira, grandson of the Rav of Slavit. 172 page, 27cm. New binding, cover page is defective (somewhat restored) with damage to the text, last page is restored, lots of moth damage with a little damage to the text, margins are defective, lone pages with tears at the bottom and missing text, a number of pages have tears in the middle of the page, moisture stains and stains, wear, bad to ok condition.
Item sold at $300 Starting at $300
LOT: 006

Sha’arei Zion, Zhitomir, 1857.

Prayers and tikkunim, with additional tikun se’udah and sefer yetzirah, by Rabbi Natan Neta Hannover. Printed by Aryeh Leib Shapira, grandson of the Rav of Slavita. Includes Tikkun Hatzot, Tikkun HaNefesh, Tikkunei Tefillot, Tikkun Kriyat HaTorah, Tikkun Kriyat Shema al HaMita, Tikkun Erev Rosh Chodesh, TIkkun 7th of Adar, Tikkun Seder Malkot v’Hatarat Nedarim with Seder Tefillat HaDerech, Tikkun Seudah, Sefer Yetzirah, Tikkun Shlosha Mishmarot, prayer for stopping the rain and Seder Pidiyon Nefesh. This edition, from this year, does not appear in the factory listing in the bibliography. 392 pages, 17.5cm, new binding, moth damage, moisture stains and stains, generally ok to good condition.
Item sold at $600 Starting at $600
LOT: 007

2 books, Zhitomir, printed by the grandsons of the Rav of Slavita.

1. Sefer Or Zaruah by Rabbeinu Yitzhak of Vienna. Sections 1-2. “It was found written on parchment in old handwriting, aged a few hundred years…” Zhitomir 1862. Printed by Rabbi Hanina Leifa and Rabbi Yehoshua Heschel Shapira, grandsons of the Rav of Slavita. First edition, two sections with two cover pages, on both are the name of the book and the place of printing in red ink. Section 1 on seder zra’im, nashim, kedoshim, taharot. And Questions and Answers, section 2 on Seder mo’ed. [2] 232: 4, 184 page, 37cm. Not bound, lots of moth damage with light damage to the text, a few pages are disconnected, stains and wear, generally ok condition. 2. Ein Yaakov, second section. Zhitomir 1850. Printed by the same printers. Name of the book and place of printing in red ink. Copy before us is only until page 480, missing pages; not bound, moth damage, moisture stains and stains, lone pages are disconnected, wear, generally ok condition.
Starting at $100
LOT: 008

Lot of 2 volumes of mishnayot from Slavita printing.

1. Mishnayot Seder Nezikin by Rabbi Moshe Shapira of Slavita, 1806. Cover and first and last pages are restored with damage to the text. 2. Mishnayot Seder Taharot, printed by Rabbi Moshe Shapira of Slavita, 1816. Cover is a little torn, the cover and some of the pages are restored with damage to the text. Bindings not original, moth damage, wear, stains from moisture and other, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $350 Starting at $300
LOT: 009

Masechet Sota, printed by Rav Moshe Shapira, Slavita 1818.

51 pages, cover with engraving in red ink, moth damage, ok condition, new binding. Some of the pages are blue. Pages are disconnected, lots of moth damage.
Item sold at $200 Starting at $100
LOT: 010

Mishnayot Zra’im, Slavita, 1836.

Printed by Moharar Shmuel Avraham Shapira of Slavita (light blue paper), with additions of the Moharar Levi Yitzhak of Berdichov. Not the original binding, moth damage, stains, generally good condition.
Item sold at $700 Starting at $150
LOT: 011

Tikkunei HaZohar, Slavita, 1821, 2 copies.

First edition printed by Rabbi Moshe Shapira. 1 copy is missing the endorsements and 1 page at the end of the book, not bound, pages loose, moth damage. Second copy is missing cover page and last page, without binding, the borders of the first pages are missing, moth damage. A complete book can be reconstituted from the two copies.
Starting at $1500
LOT: 012

Chumash, Genesis with commentary of the “Or HaHayyim,” Slavita, 1818

Printed by Rabbi Moshe Shapira of Slavita. Endorsement of the Admor Rabbi Avraham Yehoshua Heschel of Aphtha, and additional endorsements. 242 pages. Binding (not original), spine, and cover are disconnected, the cover and last page are restored with light damage to the text, blue paper, moth damage with a little damage to text, wear, moisture stains and other, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $1600 Starting at $800
LOT: 013

Chemda Genuza, Jerusalem, printed by Yisrael Bak, 1863.

Answers of the Geonim and chiddushim by the Rashba to masechet Yevamot from the Batra edition. Printed from manuscripts. (S. HaLevi 82). New binding, (4) 38 page. The margins are cut, stains and wear, generally good condition.
Starting at $100
LOT: 014

Pesach Haggadah, Jerusalem, printed by Yisrael Bak, 1863.

With the commentary of Rashi, Rashbam, Ritba, Gevurat Hashem and Olelut Ephraim…dear commentary from Rabbeinu HaGaon the Chatam Sofer…” Ya’ari 872. Otzer Hagaddot 1179. S. HaLevi 77. Missing the last page. 22cm. (1) 31, 6 page. (last page is missing). 2 covers, not bound. A few pages with tears, lone bits of moth damage, moisture stains and other, wear, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $475 Starting at $250
LOT: 015

Igeret HaTiyul, printed by Bak in Jerusalem 1865, bound with L’David Emet, Livorno, 1786. First edition.

Pshatim according to the Pardes, organized alphabetically. Printed by Yisrael Bak. Bound with L’David Emet by Rav HaHida, kitzur Sefer Emet L’Yaakov by Rav Elgazi on halachot of reading Torah and writing it. First edition. Moth damage, stains and wear, generally good condition.
Item sold at $180 Starting at $180
LOT: 016

Tov L’Yisrael, Jerusalem, printed by Yisrael Bak, 1869.

Exegesis and chiddushei denim on ritual slaughter and treif, composed by Maharash ben Samon, by Rav Eliyahu Chiyun. (3) 24, 2, 50, 23 page. (S. HaLevi 145). Signature of ownership. 33cm. Defective binding, worn margins, moth damage, stains and wear, generally ok to good condition.
Item sold at $100 Starting at $100
LOT: 017

Sefer Avodat HaKodesh, Jerusalem, 1847.

By HaHida, includes the books: Moreh B’Etzba, Tziporen Shamir, Kesehr Godel, Kaf Achat, Yosef Beseder, Sansan L’Yair, Shomer Yisrael, L’David Emet—with a separate title page, Jerusalem 1846. Completions to this book in the name of Torat HaShlemim. Printed by Yisrael Bak, 1847, with signature of ownership on the volume, “Chaim Elkalayi” 168 page, 15cm, binding is defective and disconnected, pages are disconnected, moth damage with light damage to text, moisture stains, stains, generally bad to ok condition.
Item sold at $220 Starting at $180
LOT: 018

Lot of 2 miniature books, Jerusalem.

1. Seder Adra Zota for Leil HaShimurim and Leil Lag B’omer. Jerusalem, printed by HaRim Salaman, 1885. Binding is a little defective, the first page before the cover page is disconnected, stains and wear. 2. Sefer Tehillim Rinat Zion, Jerusalem 1900. Binding is defective, rear binding and spine are disconnected, a little moth damage, stains and wear. Size around 7.3cm, generally good condition.
Item sold at $200 Starting at $200
LOT: 019

Lot of 7 books from Jerusalem.

1. Birkat Hashem, by the young Sasi Metok Kohen Yonatan. Jerusalem, 1905. Printed by Rabbi Shmuel HaLevi Zuckerman. There are a number of glosses in the book. 2. Research book on the land of our forefathers, by Yisrael Ze’ev Wolf HaLevi Ish Horwitz, Jersualem 1915, printed by the Lifshitz brothers. 3. Kiryat Arba, by Yitzhak Akrish, Jerusalem, 1876. Printed by the partners Rav Agin and Yitzhak Gashtzinni and co. First edition. 4. Shalom Yerushalayim, by Shalom Mizrahi Adani, 1899, printed by Rav Avraham Moshe Luntz. 5. Sha’arei Tzedek, by Rav Avraham Danzig, Jerusalem 1864. 6. Shabbat booklet for the building, Bikur Holim General Hospital in Jerusalem. 1922. 7. Booklet for the Beit Merkaz building for Talmud Torah, Etz Haim. Jerusalem 1908. Different sizes and conditions.
Item sold at $190 Starting at $150
LOT: 020

Lot of 3 books from Venice printings.

1. Prayers for the whole year according to the Itlian tradition, Venice 1750 (not bound). 2. Shachiot HaHemda, Venice, 1772, not bound. 3. Machzor for the whole year according to the Italian minhag, second section, Venice, 1772. Different sizes and conditions.
Starting at $200
LOT: 021

Pachad Yitzhak, Venice, 1750. First edition.

Halakhic encyclopedia by Rabbi Yitzhak Lamfronetti, rabbi and doctor in Padua and Ferrara. This is the first halakhic, talmudic encyclopedia organized alphavetically, and one of the first encyclopedias in the world, period. First section, A & B, was printed by the compiler himself, Venice 1750. Signature and stamps of ownership. 76 page, not bound, title page is defective and restored with light damage to the text, moth damage, stains, generally bad to ok condition.
Item sold at $100 Starting at $100
LOT: 022

Zohar Hadash and Midrash Ne’elam, Venice 1663, Bragadin, 1658.

Zohar Hadash and Midrash Ne’elam on Song of Songs and Midrash on Eicha and tikkunim that had already been printed in Salonika. With glosses of the Ari and Rav Moshe Zechut. With a separate cover page is Midrash NE’elam v’Zohar, Bragadain. First cover page is restored; around 19cm, moth damage, stains from moisture and other, wear, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $280 Starting at $250
LOT: 023

Kol Yaakov, Venice 1658. First edition.

Drashot with laments for the murdered sages of Poland, by Chief Rabbi Yaakov Kopel, Venice. First edition. 17cm. 13 pages. Number of handwritten corrections, handwriting at the end of the book. Not bound, missing one page at the end of the book, 2 last pages are restored in the margins with damage to the text, moth damage with damage to the text, stains and wear, generally ok condition.
Item sold at $150 Starting at $150
LOT: 024

Ma’aseh Choshev, Venice 1716. First edition.

On the labors of the Mishkan, according to mysticism, by the Kabbalist Rabbi Emmanuel Hai Riki. Venice. The Kabbalist Emmanuel Rikki taught in Trieste in his youth (Italy). In order to make the story of the Bible more palpable for his students, he created a model of the Mishkan and its implements out of cardboard. He then wrote his book “Ma’aseh Choshev” on the subject to explain the labors of the Mishkan. The compiler corrected his manuscript many times, and thus they called it the Mahadura Batra. AT the start of the book is an unknown commentary of the compiler on the simanim of the Pesach Seder. 36 (1) page. 20cm, old binding, a little defective. A little moth damage. From page 18 is fixing of the moth marks in the margins with light damage to the text, wear and moisture damage, generally ok to good condition.
Item sold at $190 Starting at $120
LOT: 025

Shulchan Aruch Orech Haim, Venice 1798. Designed for students at a Talmud Torah.

3 sections bound together, by the Gaon Rabbi Yosef Karo, with chiddushim by Rabbi Moshe Israels and a long exegesis. Venice. Designed for students and thus printed in a small format. With introductions of Rabbi Yosef Karo and the Rama and of Rav Avraham Yona of Venice, in which he details the additions of this edition. 19cm, a cover only for the first section. Margins are defective, mainly the first and last pages, cover and first pages are a little restored, stains from moisture and others, wear, generally ok to good condition.
Item sold at $100 Starting at $100