Drashot by Rabbi Meir Eisenshetter, the Maharam Ash, a sage of Hungary and one of the most important poskim and leaders. First edition, printed by Carl Jager. | Signatures of ownership and dedication handwritten in sofer script: “belonging to Yisrael Kohen ben David Katz Ra’avad of Mattersdorf.” | Holes on the page before the cover without damage to text. Last page partially disconnected. | , 90,  pages. 24cm. Generally good condition.
On the Shulchan Aruch Even HaEzer, by Rabbi Shmuel Aharon bar Zvi Elazar Rubin. Printed by Avraham Yitzhak Menkisch. Stains, stamps and listings of ownership. Light repair to the cover page, the page after it, and the final page. | 81 pages. 38cm. Generally good condition.
Chiddusim on masechetBrachot, and Shot. By Rabbi Eliezer ben Rabbi YoelHaLevi, who was one of the Tosafot and rabbi of the Or Zarua. With the addition of Levayat Hen by Rav Haim NatanDembitzer of Krakow. Printed by Fisher and Dietcher. Famous for a gloss by the Rama in Hilchot Pesach. Rare. Three covers, one of them in Polish at the end of the book. | 69,  pages. 30cm. Generally good condition.
A book of kabbalah following the philosophy of the Arizal, mentioned many times in books of Chassidut, especially those of Chabad. By the kabbalist Rabbi Emmanuel Hai Riki (1687-1743), a sage of Italy and rabbi of Goritzia. Killed as a martyr on the road between Bologna and Modena—as told in the book by his son, “Chazeh Zion.” With the commentary Ta’amEtzo by Rabbi Pinchas Eliyahu Horwitz. At the end is a long folded page—a sketching of his family tree. | Important stamps. Moth holes. New binding. | , 99,  pages. 26cm. Generally good condition.
Second page has a printed chart for learning the Daf Yomi of Brachot, beginning on the 29th of Sivan and ending at 2nd of Elul. Daf Yomi was instituted by the unforgettable rabbi of Pietrekov, the Maharam Shapira. Rare. | Original binding, stains. | , 2-64, 18 pages. 28cm. Generally good condition.
Talmud Bavli - 17 volumes uot of 19, Munich - Heidlborg, .
"Is published by the Association of the Ashkenazi rabbis in the U.S. "
The first complete printed edition of the Talmud after the Holocaust, by rabbis of camp "Sheerit Haplita" in Germany.
This edition was printed without the painted title page . Original bindings. Part of the pages are Detached and some need restoration to the cover.
1. YeshuotYisrael on the Shulchan AruchChoshenMishpat, by Rabbi Yisrael Yehoshua of Kotna. Warsaw, 1870.
2. ZayitRa’anan, second section, by Rav Moshe Yehuda Leib of Kotna. Warsaw 1869.
3. Divrei Mordechai, by Rav Moshe Friedburg. Warsaw 1867.
4. Sha’areiYerushalayaim, by RavDoverush Ashkenazi of Slonim. Warsaw 1866.
5. Noda BeSha’arim. By RavDoverush Ashkenazi of Slonim. Half of cover. Warsaw 1859.
6. NahaleiMayim by Rav Yaakov Meir Padua of Brisk. Warsaw 1883. Bound together with Keren Yehoshua by Rav Yehoshua Nahman Epstein of Kartchin. Warsaw 1897.
7. BirkatYehonatan by Rabbi YehonatanIvshitz, Warsaw 1902. Bound with ShirMiKetem. By Rav Issachar Dover Segel. Warsaw 1880.
8. Be’erHaGola by the Maharal of Prague. Warsaw 1838.
9. NiflaotChadashot, by Rav Shimshon of Ostropol. Warsaw 1910. Bound with Olam HaAsiya, by Rav Yaakov Yehuda LeibZilbergleit of Kavrin. Warsaw 1911. Bound with She’erit Yaakov, Jerusalem 1883.
10. PitgaminKadishin, from Chassidic sages. Warsaw 1886. Bound with Kol Simcha by Simcha Bonem of Peshischa. Warsaw 1886. Also with OrechHayyim by Rabbi Menachem Zvi of Taksin. Warsaw 1888.
11. Book of Job. Warsaw 1838.
Total of 18 books, various sizes and conditions, generally ok to good.
1. Maskil L’Eitan, chiddusheihalachot from Seder Moed and Kodshim. By RavYisrael of Shklov. Defect ot the cover, first edition, Vilna 1818.
2. Me’iratEinayim, on bedikatri’ah. By Rav Mordechai ZeevSegel and Yosef ShaulSegel. Vilna 1839. Bound with Mateh Ephraim with ElefLeMatah. Warsaw 1842.
3. Midrash Tana’im, 2 sections, by RavZeev Wolf of Horodna. Vilna 1839.
4. Gevurat Ari, first edition on masechetTa’anit. ByRav Aryeh Leib, the Sha’agat Aryeh. Vilna 1862. Bound with ZikaronLeMoshe. Odessa 1873.
5. Damesek Eliezer, two sections (separate covers), by Rav Eliezer Yanda. Vilna 1868.
6. LishkatSofer, laws of sefertorah, tefillin, mezuzot. By Rav Avraham AharonBrona of Stravin. Vilna 1869.
7. Gan Na’ul. Second volume. By Rav Asher Nissan of Birz. Vilna 1874.
8. ReishitBikurim, first section, by RavBetzalelHaKohen. Vilna 1869.
9. ShvilHaYashar on RavElfas. First section, by RavShaulShishkes. Vilna 1831.
Total of 11 books, various sizes and conditions, generally good condition.
1. Shot Beit Yehuda, first edition, by Rav Yehuda Ayash. Livorno 1746.
2. AseifatZekeinim, on Bava Batra and Nazir. By RavBetzalel Ashkenazi. Livorno, 1774.
3. Shot ShemenHamar, by Rav Mordechai Rubio. Livorno 1793.
4. Lashon Chachamim, by Rav David HaKohen. Livorno 1781.
5. Mateh Yehuda, OrechHayyim sections 1 and 2 (separate covers). By Rav Yehuda Ayash. Livorno 1783.
Various sizes and conditions, generally good.
1. The book of the Zohar on the book of Bereishit, ownership inscriptions and stamp. 255  leaves. 2. The book of Zohar on the book of Bereishit, with many glosses in oriental handwriting. 1515. | 251, 18 leaves. 3. The book of the Zohar on the books of: Vayikra, Bamidbar and Devarim. A separate title page for the book of Bamidbar. In the printing press of Yonah son of Yaacov Kustandina, 1736. Ownership inscriptions and rabbinical signatures in oriental handwriting. 308 leaves. Sizes and conditions vary. Overall condition: Fair – Poor.
160 guidelines from the Talmud, Rishonim, and Achronim. By Rabbi Baruch BenditGuitin, Av Beit Din of Hedies. With endorsements of the Maharam Mintz, the ChatamSofer, and more. The ChatamSofer writes “this book is a guide for those learning Torah.” Landau printing. Cover page of volume 1 is missing. | 112; 112 pages. 24cm. Generally good condition.
1. Barak HaShachar, commentaries and collections from the Gra, by Rabbi Shmuel Meltzen of Slotzk. Printed by Yosef Reuven Ram, Vilna 1863.
2. Emunah v’Hashgacha, mussar from the Gra, by Rabbi Shmuel Meltzen of Slotzk. Printed by Rudolf Zibert, Koenigsberg 1864.
3. Midrash Tadeshe—rare midrashim, at the end are klalim of the Gra. Koenigsberg 1860.
Stamps and listings of ownership, stains, moth marks, one of the three covers (Barak HaShachar) is missing. 3 last pages missing. | 16; , 47, ; 14, 19,  pages. 17cm. Generally ok condition.
1. Maharam Shik on the Torah. Printed by Cahan and Fried, Munkatch, 1905.
2. Maharam Shik on the 613 Mitzvot, printed by Bleier and Cahan, Munkatch 1895.
3. Shot Maharam Shik on the Shulchan AruchYorehDe’ah. Printed by BleierMunkatch 1881.
4. Drashot Maharam Shik. Appendix: CV of the Maharam Shik. Klausenberg 1927.
5. Shot Yad Rama on the Shulchan Aruch and sugiyot of the Shas, by Rabbi Moshe Zvi Fox, Av Beit Din of Sered and Grosvardin, a sage of Hungary in his generation, student of Maharam Shik. Pritned by Rubenstein, Aradea (Romania), 1945.
6. Simchat HaNefesh, mussar in Yiddish-Hebrew. By Rabbi Yehuda Cohen Kraus, student of the Maharam Shik, Av Beit Din of Bienkovitz, Yanosh-Halma, and Lakenbach. Printed by Segel, Paksh 1906.
Various sizes and conditions, generally ok to good condition.
1. Shot on the AhulchanAruchOrechHayyim and YorehDe’ah. With endorsement of the Rahak of Sinoa. Printed by Bleier and Cahan, Munkatch 1896.
2. Drashot Beit HaYotzer, on Genesis (with commentary Ohel Ephraim by the grandson of the author, Rabbi Yisrasel Ephraim Fishel Rata, Av Beit Din of Viadachka). Printed by Binyamin Friedman, Mishkoltz, 1938. Doesn’t appear in the Winograd bibliography.
By Gahak Rabbi YoelZvi Rata, Av Beit Din of Khust. Student of the Maharam Ash, and the Divrei Haim of Sanz. | Glosses, not bound, various sizes and conditions (generally ok).
1. ChiddusheiGalanti—chiddushim on masechtotBeitza, Yevamot, Gittin, Bava Kama, BavaMetziya, Avoda Zara. By Rabbi YedidyaGalanti. With chiddusheiHaRan on Masechet Shavuot and ChiddusheiHaRitba on MasechetBavaMetziya. Printed by Zvi Hirsch of Furth, Wilhermsdorf 1706.
2. ShmotBaAretz, including the books Yom Teruah, chiddushim on masechet Rosh Hashana; Yosefet Yom HaKippurim, chiddushim on masechetYoma. KapotTmarim, chiddushim on masechet Sukkah by Rabbi Moshe ben Haviv—the Maharam ben Haviv. With endorsements of the Korban Netanel and more. Second edition, printed by William Friedrich Later Alro, Karlsruhe, 1766.
Page cutting in red, stamps and listings of ownership, stains from time. Moth holes. Missing bit in the lower left corner. | , 62; , 16, 30, 40,  page. 31cm. Generally good condition.
1. Bina Le’Etim, drashot. Sections 1 and 2, separate covers. By Rabbi Azarya Pino, the GiduleiTeruma, whom is referred to by the Shacha number of times. Third edition, printed by Rozanish Yehudit, Lemberg 1797.
2. ArcheiHaKinuyim, roots and exegeses on words in Hebrew, by Rabbi YehielHalprin, the Seder HaDorot. With endorsement of Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berdichev, including a different and unknown signature “Zvi Levi ben HaGaonMoharashb’Tikva Tova.” First edition, printed by Yosef May, Diherenport, 1806.
Interesting listing of ownership, in the upper left corner of every page of Bina Le’Etim, starting from page 1 to 35, one word on each page. All of the words together form the name of the owner and his father. Stains, moth holes, stamps. | 35, 58 ; 85 pages. 35cm. Generally good condition.
1. PiskeiChala by the Rashba. With psakei din from Rabbi Yaakov Tzahal, and a research article on the minhag outside of Israel to separate challah by Rabbi Nachman NatanKoronil. Printed by Eliyahu and Moshe Sasson. Jerusalem 1876.
2. ElfasiZuta, a kitzur of SeferHaElfasi with addition of psakim and chiddushei denim by Rabbeinu Menachem Azarya of Pano. First edition from a manuscript. With notes from Nachman NatanKoronil. Printed by Avraham Moshe Lunz, Jerusalem 1885.
3. ParshatDrachimZuta—Chassidut. By Rabbi Yaakov ZviYalish of Dinov. Printed by Yosef Fisher, Krakow, 1885.
Stamps, listings of ownership, moths. | , 25, 20 pages; 22; 32, 21 pages. 19cm. Generally good condition.
1. Alshich on MasechetAvot, by Rabbi Moshe Alshich, with commentary by HaHida. Printed by N. D. Zisberg, Warsaw 1872.
2. EmunatHaYechud—chassidut, by Rabbi Avraham Sofer of Paltishen. Only edition, printed by Haim AharonZufnik, Premyslan, 1871. Rare.
Important stamps, tear on the page before the cover, wear on the spine. | 63; 52 pages. 22cm. Generally good condition.
1. Milchemet Moshe—debate against S. Ari Nohem. By Rabbi Moshe HayyimLuzzatto. Printed by Palman, Pietrekov 1910.
2. Da’atTvunot, on the 13 Principles. By Rabbi Moshe HayyimLuzzatto. Hod printing, London 1944.
Various sizes and conditions, generally good.
1. Minchat Moshe by Rabbi Baruch Asbagh, Casablanca 1945.
2. MinchaB’Lula by Rabbi Baruch Asbagh, Casablanca 1937.
3. Korban Minchaby Rabbi Baruch Asbagh, Casablanca 1939.
4. Sha’arYerakot by Rabbi by Rabbi David Asbagh, Casablanca 1943.
5. TehilaL’David by Rabbi David ben Hassin, Casablanca 1931.
6. Eden Mekadem by Rabbi Refael Moshe Elbaz. Fez 1940.
7. EdutB’Yaakov, in memory of his teacher Rabbi Yaakov Edri. By Rabbi Baruch Edri. Casablanca 1951 approximately.
8. Birkat Eliyahu by Rabbi Eliyahu ben Harush, published by Rabbi David Ovadiya of Sefrou. Printed in Djerba. 1944
9. Two siddurim for Rosh Hashanah, printed by Yosef Lugassi, Casablanca
10. Machzor for Yom Kippur, printed by Yosef Lugassi, Casablanca
11. Siddur Beit Tefilla, printed by Yosef Lugassi, Casablanca
12. Slichot for Elul, printed by Yosef Lugassi, Casablanca.
13. Chumash Leviticus. printed by Yosef Lugassi, Casablanca
14. Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. Printed by David Weizmann, Casablanca.
15. PirkeiAvot, printed by David Weizmann, Casablanca.
16. ToldotRamba and Rashbi by YehielBoskila. Printed by Moshe Amar. Casablanca 1944.
1. Manuscript, stories and events in Judeo-Arabic, around 150 pages. Beginning of the 20th century.
2. Hebrew book for advanced level. By Nasim Ad’han. Casablanca 1949. , 188 pages. 24 cm
3. History book on the Jews of Morocco. By Yitzhak D. Abu. In Judeo-Arabic/Moroccan. Listing of ownership. 1953. , 94 pages. 20cm.
4. ShivcheiTzadikim, stories about the righteous. In Judeo-Arabic/Moroccan. Casablanca. Listing of ownership. , 93 pages. 19cm.
5. Et Safud, Judeo-Arabic/Moroccan.Casablanca. Listing of ownership. 32 pages. 15cm.
6. Seder Avodah, Viduim for Yom Kippur. Fez. Binding and pages disconnected. 20 pages. 18cm.
7. Seder Hatzot Layla AkumLeHodot. 13 pages. Includes slichot for Elul. 42 pages. Casablanca 1932. Good condition.
8. Certificate of shechita from the Rabat Beit Din. Signed by the Ra’avad and rabbinic council. 1953. Signs of folding, generally good condition.
Shot, chiddushim, and drashot. By Gaon Rabbi Yosef Steinhardt, Av Beit Din of Furth. First edition, printed by RavItzik ben RavLeib Buchbinder. In his introduction he strongly attacks chassidut, and calls it a cult. He writes that “there is no rest from them…they make most of their days holidays…and their prayers hurt the ears…they make various noises…like a monkey to man…G-d save us from them.” And more. Some copies of this text have removed the introductory attack against chassidim. Rav Steinhardt writes that he was greatly punished for it with the deaths of his children and grandchildren. | He lived 1720-1776, was Av Beit Din of Furth (Germany). A significant posek and influential rabbi, considered one of the clearest sages from the Achronim period. Student of the Gaon Rabbi Yaakov Poprash, the Shev Yaakov, in Frankfurt. One of the greatest teachers of his time, and he corresponded with the greatest rabbis of the period, questions were sent to him from Hungary, Italy, Holland, and Switzerland. He was married three times. Among his students were Rabbi Mordechai Bennett, Rabbi Wolf Heidenheim, Rabbi Moshe TuvyaZundheimer (rabbi of Hano), and more. | Thick, quality paper, signs of moth damage. Stains. Reinforcement with tape. Spine and cover page missing. | , 24, , 25-46, 46-67, 67-119,  pages. 31cm. Generally ok to good condition.
Shot and chiddushim on the Shas. By Rabbi Zvi Menachem Meizlish, Av Beit Din ofIrChadash (Nieuwpoort). With endorsements of Rabbi Haim of Sanz, Rabbi Yaakov Aryeh of Radzmin, and more. First edition. Printed by Haim AharonZapnik. StefanskiChassidut 206. | Bound together with EdutB’Yaakov, by Rabbi Yitzhak Yaakov Reines, Av Beit Din of Schweinzen. Pritned by Dwortzen, Vilna 1871. Stamps. | 83; 31 pages. 32cm. Generally good condition.