Ceramic Plate. 14.05.1948 Repulic Of Israel, "If you will it is is no Legend". In honor of the establishment of the state of Israel. U.S.A 1948. Printed in blue and pale blue May 14 1948 with an illustration of the map of Israel(according to the partition plan). On the back is written Pioneers of Palestine, with the Signature of the manufacturer, "Stores Inc. Newark"
Diameter 27.5 cm. Very good condition
The Passover Hagaddah with exegesis of Mateh Aaron, by Rabbi Aaron Darshan Te’omim, with an additional commentary using mysticism, and an exegesis on Had Gadya, Frankfurt on the Main, 1710. Throughout the Hagaddah are big and exciting illustrations in copper etching that demonstrate the events of the Hagaddah and the people of Israel in Egypt and the desert, with drawings of Avraham Ben Yaakov HaGer in the Amsterdam Hagaddah 1696. The title page is illustrated with flowers and figures. (2) 42 pages, 30cm, original binding with zippers for closing, title page has defects, ok to good condition.
With commentary in Yiddish (the title page is in Yiddish), printed by the widow of Haim Ben Zvi Hersh from Furth, 12 pages (Winograd 459). The title page is handsomely engraved, original binding, ok to good condition, light defects and stains.
Commentary by HaRav Don Yitzhak Abarbanel and commentary using mysticism, with copper-etched engraving. Printed by Haim ben Zvi Hersh, 16 pages (Winograd 208). Title page is handsomely engraved, new handsome binding, pages are a little chopped in the margins, have defects.
In big print with important commentaries by the great commentators translated into Hungarian by HaRav Aaron Flesch, the Rabbi of the community of Mohácsi, and an exegesis in Hungarian written with the support of Dr. Armin Flesch. Rare Hagaddah, the only one printed in Galante in the treasury of hagaddahs 2592, listed as a complete copy according to the collection Florsheim, Ya’ari 1833 did not see a complete copy of this edition (which is complete). 99 pages, 27cm. With a printed envelope/cover on two sides of the Hagaddah, a new handsome binding, a few slight stains, very good condition.
With commentaries of the Maharal, Alshikh, Abarbanel, and more, with big and amazing illustrations. Printing by the widow of Props. Two title pages, the first illustrated with a copper etching. With illustrations, according to the drawings of Avraham Bar Yaakov in the Amsterdam Hagaddah of 1695. (2) 9 50 page, (without the map at the end). 26cm. Good condition. Stains. Lone tears. New, handsome leather binding.
Passover Haggadah with illustrations and Italian Translation, Birkat Hamazon according to the Italian minhag, musical notes for a few songs, including for the song "Echad Mi Yodea" on last page, 64 pages, (1) beautifully illustrated title page. Generally good condition, stains, loose cover.
Commentaries of Rashi, Rashbam, the Ritba, commentaries on Derekh Emuna (The Way of Belief) and Derekh HaPardes, by the publisher HaRav Haviv Toledano. Repaired original binding, ok to good condition, stains and a few defects, some pages are disconnected from the binding.
With descriptions in French on those killed in the Shoah (Holocaust), with illustrations and translations in French on facing pages. Edited by F. Sebaoun. 63 (1) page, bound with a red cover. Ok condition, a considerable oil stain on the first pages, slight defects on a number of pages.
Sweeping exegesis on the Passover Hagaddah with the body of the Hagaddah, and lessons for other holidays of the year, an exegesis on the Book of Ruth, by HaHida. First edition printed by the compiler in his life, 102 pages, rare. This compositions of HaHida is the biggest on the Hagaddah and when was printed separately, whereas the rest of his exegeses were printed in his books, like “Batei HaNefesh” printed in his book “Ma’arit Ha’Ayin,” “Geulat Olam” printed at the end of his book “Kiseh David,” “Zro’ah Yamin” printed at the end of his book “Pnei David,” “Peh Echad” printed at the end of his book “Dvash Lefi.” Ancient binding is worn, moth marks on a number of pages.
Haggada with commentaries from three great pillars of world the rabbi Maharam Alsheich "gvurot Hashem", "Olelot Ephraim", commentary of Abarbanel and more. Printed by "Rav Yaakov Profas orphans", Amsterdam 1781. pattern Props illustrated with fine etchings. 2 cover pages. 52 Pages, 25 cm.
Includes travel map of Bnei Israel, and the division of the land according to the twelve tribes of Israel. 48 cm size map. Detail Map year 1712. The map is rare and are not many copies of it around.
New leather binding that is luxurious and impressive.
Pages are in good state, spots and stains from use.
This book is a collection of teachings by the "Ba'al Hatanya" that includes a bibliography sections of Tanya publications, with pictures of cover pages from the provisos books and the Tanyas handwriting.
This edition was given out by the Rebbie in honor of his 80th Birthday.
General good condition, cover 18cm, repaired with slight defect on cover.
First part with an exegesis of the Admor Shneor Zalman (Ba’al HaTanya). With an introduction by the sons of the Gaon, the compiler. (2) 176 pages, generally good condition, except for a defect on the last page.
3 consecutively numbered $1 bills given by Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who received a letter reminding him of time he “returned from the tent on a rainy night and gave a short discussion of 10-15 minutes, in 1989.” Good condition.
Includes “Derekh HaTzadikim” (Way of the Righteous), a farewell sermon of His Honor the Gaon the Rabbi Mordechai Rokach Shlita, the rabbi of the community of Bilgoray, and also “Derekh Kdoshim” (Way of the Holy), holy writings of the Tzadeek HaDor Raban Shel Yisrael Aaron Rokach Shlita. Rare pamphlet, good condition.
Exegeses on the Torah and collections on the Shas on the ways of the Kabbalah and Chassidut, from the Admor Reb’ Menachem Nachum of Chernobyl, head of the Chernobyl ancestors, student of the Ba’al Shem Tov and HaMaggid of Maastricht and one of the first exponents of the Chassidic movement, born 1730, died 1797. 136 pages, second edition (Stefanski Chassidut 309). On the title page and 2 first pages are defects repaired professionally, the rest in good condition, signature on the title page “Eliezer Hertz,” a few stains, new binding.
With commentary on the trees of Paradise by the Admor Rabbi Yitzhak Yehuda Isaac Saprin of Komarno, Lemberg 1862, printed by Rabbi Barish Luria and Rabbi Hersh Sperling. First edition without symbols of the printers on the title page (Stefanski Chassidut 367). (1)130 pages, moth marks.