Or Israel, Kabalah Frankfurt Single Edition with Fancy Title Page with pictures. Kabbalistic Diagrams and illustrations throughout.
Condition: slightly moth damaged. on some pages, text slightly punctured.
Some from low levels of silver, which have engravings of Holy Names and requests, 2 in the shape of a hand with engravings on one of them in the shape of eyes, 1 in the shape of a heart with decorations and the shape of scorpion in the middle, with engravings of miniature hanukkiyot. 19-20th century. Different sizes, all with clips.
7 amulets on parchment including fates, holy names, and names of angels, written especially for people with requests and prayers in Sefardi/Mizrahi script, long and narrow, including Shiviti on the parchment. Different sizes, blurry ink in a few works from wear and tear.
1. “Tor Bareket” by HaRav Haim HaCohen from Aleppo, a clear student of Rabbi Haim Vitel, Amsterdam, 1654. Missing a number of pages at the start and end of the book, bound with a number of pages telling the story of peoples lives from the 17th-18th century. 2. “Mishnat Hakhamim” of HaRav Moshe Hageez, Tsarnobitz 1864, with certificates of the Admor of Sanz and the Admor of Komarno, excellent condition with original binding. 3. “Otzrot Haim” of Moharhav, Tunis 1903, with printed dedication to a donating kingpin in gold ink, signature of ownership on the title page, good condition, original binding is loose. 4. “Pri Ha’Etz” on the Torah, Munkatch 1885, good condition, signature of ownership on the cover, light defect on the title page, different sizes.
From the 19-20th centuries. More than 100 pages bound together. Different sizes, approx 12cm. The state of the pages changes, most are good or ok, some are awful, given in a case made of leather like a sandwich made with a leather fastener
Additions and exegeses on the order of the portions of the Torah and Prophets and Writings with additions to the Passover Hagaddah, a little of masechtot (translation in Judeo-Arabic at the bottom of the page). Has a picture of a hand, by HaRav Yehuda Meninei HaCohen. An involved family in Djerba. With a picture of the compiler. Excellent condition.
26 pages of fates, including the fate of the world, calculations for finding significant others, letters and difficult events that were brought to him for success with his help, some from early early and others recent. He would insist on writing down the address of those who came to receive a blessing, seemingly so he could watch the influence of his luck on the place of their residence. Different sizes, some are big and folded.
Written by Rav Menachem Noyera, Rav Eliyahu Yisrael, Rav Yaakov Ashkenazi di Corona and Rav Yaakov Hazak. Illustrative handwriting, the handsome writing of a sofer in the style of the Italian Rashi, with great decorations. On the title page an illustration of the Star of David, sign of the priests, and two lions holding a tower. The opening of the writing is directed at the city elders and describes the problem of the eruv in the city of Verona, which is surrounded by a river on one side, of members of the community failing to keep Shabbat and holidays and the halakhic solution suggested by the previous rabbi of Verona Rav Hezkiyah Mordechai Basan. The writer, the rabbi of Verona and the grandson of Rav Basan,informs them of his intention to fix the issue of the eruv, lays out his ruling on the issue and the ruling of additonal rabbis, and reminds them of the job of the city elders to set the eruv and lead the way for the community. Afterwards two poems are given on the subject in Italian written over 4 pages. Later a special version of the eruv for the city of Verona is proferred. Long rulings of halakha follow, including rulings by two rabbis of Jerusalem and one of Alexandria. The writing finishes with a description of the eruv that would be established after the authorities approved it, and a plan for publicizing it to the community.  pages, 28cm, illustrations throughout the book, good condition, stains and signs of water damage. New and beautiful leather binding.
Six Page Manuscript, written on
both sides is Harav David Kimchi's(Haradak) commentary on Tehillim. 15th/16th Century Italian/ Middle Eastern style of writing. Manuscript remnants removed from the binding Geniza .About 20 cm. Most of the pages are in fair condition with various damages. There is an Ornate signature of "Shlomo Hakohen", who from the binding of his book these manusripts emerged, and is not connected to the manuscript in anyway.
Autographic writing of the Gaon HaRav Shlomo Gantzfried. The text—answer to reservations regarding his book “Keset HaSofer”, with lists of explanations and additions to the Passover Hagaddah, emendations to halakha on issues of hametz and matzah. Born in 1804 to his father Rabbi Yosef who was a judge and teacher in Ungvar. Student of the Rav Zvi Hirsh. His book HaKitzur Shulhan Aruch was produced in many editions since it was first published in 1864. 3 papers of 6 pages. Around 22cm in size. Ok to good condition, on one of the pages there is missing text in the margins.
Thick volume - 600 pages of handwritten Ashkenazi, "the Machzor for all festivals ... customary countries Ashkenazi translation ... Part III ... Sacharis, Mussaf, Mincha and Neila."
The Machzor is written mostly in Yiddish, with additions and explanations, from the writer who perhaps even prayed from it. Since there are many handwritten additions with supplement of paper between pages, footnotes and annotations.
Several pages are damaged with wear. A few light moth holes.
Has New binding, Size 21 cm.