1. Mishnayot, seder Nashim, with commentary “be’er Avraham,” “Mei Be’er” by Avraham Lisker, Amsterdam 1726, only edition, missing title page, generally good condition. 2. “Commentary of the Rambam,” by Rabbi David Arama, Amsterdam 1706, missing title page and a number of pages at the end, ok condition. 3. “Brit Avraham,” by Avraham Gedalya, Livorno 1650, only edition, copy is missing pages, before us is 360-550, the end is complete. Very rare. Excellent condition, like new. 4. “Perach Shushan,” Constantinople 1732, only edition. Missing the title page and the first and last pages (filled in with photocopies). Ok to good condition. 5. “Torat Hayyim” of Rabbi Hayyim Shor on the Shas, Frankfurt de Oder, 1734. Missing the title page (photocopy added), many stamps of ownership—not checked. 6. “HaNoten Imrei Shefer,” drashot from Rabbi Eliyahu ben Haim, the Ranach, Frankfurt-am-Mein 1713, first edition. Complete. Ok condition, stains and damage from water. 7. “Pilpulei Harifata,” Henva, 1716, first edition, missing the beginning until p. 2. Curly signatures of ownership, ok to good condition. 8. “Brit Avraham” of Rabbi Avraham Gedalya on Yalkut Shimoni, on the prophets and writings, missing the title page, thick tome, 288 page, Livorno 1652. Only edition, very rare. Ok to good condition. 9. “Dovev Sfatei Yeshanim,” from Rav Shlomo Elgazy, Izmir 1671, very rare, missing a number of pages at the start and end, first pages are damaged. 10. “Nahalat Yaakov,” drashot on the Torah, Krakow, 1643, first edition. Copy is missing the beginning and end, 2 glosses handwritten, rare. Good condition. In total, 10 rare books from 1640-1740, different sizes. Many stamps and signatures of ownership.
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