5th section on the Chumash, Book of Deuteronomy. Published by Shlomo Yarish Rapaport, this edition was the first book of the Hak L'Yisrael printed. 2 cover pages, the first with a special engraving of a tree and writing in the local language. Second is detailed in Hebrew. 246 page. Old leather binding (Winograd Lemberg 37). On the cover page and the page before are signatures of ownership in Sefardi handwriting. David becher Aharon Hait—maybe Rav David Hait, rabbi of Salonika. Additional signature. Generally good condition, stains, defects, and wear.
1. "Sha'arei Teshuva," of Rabbeinu Yona, Warsaw 1848. 2. "Mesilat Yesharim" of the Ramchal, Warsaw 1852. 3. "Birkat HaNehenin," and Netilat Yadim" by Admor Rabbi Schneor Zalman Maladi, Warsaw 1844, 4. "Tzva'ot," by Rabbi Naftali Katz, Warsaw 1844. Books bound together, with stamps of ownership of the Gaon Rabbi Haim Berlin. Condition depends on the work, ok to good condition. Moth damage.
Studies on the existence of God and his unity, and the composition of the world, Genesis, and the meaning of prophecy, by the Rambam, with two commentaries, one called "Narbuni" from the name of the compiler, the Kabbalist and philosopher Moshe Narbuni, and an additional one called "Givat HaMoreh," on the first section, by Rav Shlomo Maimon, and on sections 2-3 by Rav Yitzhak Stanov. Zultzbach. 3 sections bound together, with separate cover pages. Additional cover page in Latin. Listing and signatures of ownership from 1879. Excellent condition.
Five volumes, with Targum Unkelus, Rashi's commentary, exegesis and Ashkenazi translation. With the exacting gloss according to the Tikkun Sofrim of Rav Itzik Premisla, with exegesis by Moshe Mendelson. With the order of haftarot and the 5 megillot. Excellent condition, original binding. Size 20cm. Signatures and stamps in the local language.
Minhagim of the Ashkenaz, by Rabbi Yaakov ben Moshe HaLevi,with chiddushim of rabbis in older books, with some traditions and actions typical of Frankfurt and Agapi. With chiddushim by Rabbi Hertz Levi, rabbi of Frankfurt. Amsterdam lettering. With indices at the end of the book. 89 pages (Winograd 81). Pocket sized, 17cm. Interior of the binding has many signatures of ownership in Ashkenazi handwriting from 1770. Light stains.
The book is the second section of the book “Hafla’ah,” chiddushei halachot and aggadot on
Masechet Kiddushin, by Rav Pinhas ben Tzvi Hirsh Horwitz, known as the “Hafla’ah” because
of his book.
Bound with the book “Mahaneh Levi,” chiddushim and pilpulim on the Shas by his son, HaRav
Tzvi Hirsh Horwitz.
Rare. (5) 256. (1) 98 (1) page. (Winograd Offenbach 150, 151).
Ancient signature of ownership on the cover page, copy is pretty in generally good condition,
there are light moth marks and stains.
Interpretations of every type of dream based upon the Gemara, Masechet Brachot, Perek
HaRo’eh, and according to articles scattered throughout other masechtot of the Shas, and from
the Zohar, and more.
By Rav Shlomo Elmooli. 104 pages, size 18cm. Signature of ownership on the cover page,
handwritten “Avraham Gilatchvichy.”
Divided into three sections, "Lev HaAretz" on the language of the Shulchan Aruch and the Rama, "Meir La'Aretz" on places in the Shulchan Aruch and the Rama, "Eretz Yehuda," exegeses through pilpul on the Shulchan Aruch. By Gaon Rabbi Meir Leibush Malabim. Only book of the Malbim on Halacha. The Gaon HaMalbim lived 1809-1880, a sage of his generation, would attack the Maskilim of his generation and was even exiled for it, he left his literary life as a result and spent his whole life commentating on the Bible. (4) 119 (2) page. At the start of the book are important endorsements, that of the Hatam Sofer included. Size 20cm. Excellent condition. Thick, quality pages, old cloth binding with spine and corners from leather. Special engraving of the Kotel and Jerusalem. Bound with "Chamudei Daniel," Vilna 1877. Ok condition.
“Segulot Yisrael,” also called “Sefer HaHayyim.” Segulot from various collections and editions
organized alphabetically. By Rav Shabtai Lifshitz. 8. 160. Pages. Important books of segulot in
Exegesis on Torat Hatat of the Rama, with "Torat HaShlemim" on halachot of Nida and Q&A. By Gaon Rabbi Yaakov bar Yosef Risher of Lisa, the Khak Yaakov, on the Shulchan Aruch. (1) 59, (1) 30 page. Size 37cm. At the end are words from the compiler, and those of the compiler's father, praising him. Stamp of ownership. Good condition, stains and defects restored.
On the book “Hovot HaLevavot” by Rabbi Haim Avraham Katz of Mahlov. Rare. (6) 130, 92
page. 20cm (Winograd 126). At the start of the book are important endorsements.
The compiler, Rav Haim Avraham Katz, the “Maggid Meisharim,” compiled “Pat Lehem,”
printed until today as one of the foundational exegeses on the book “Hovot HaLevavot,” from
whom was also printed “Milhama b’Shalom,” (Chkalov 1797), on the argument between Yosef
and his brothers, that succeeded in being published for many editions and was even translated
into Yiddish and Ladino.
Next to the internal binding there are two printed letters glued into the book, by the Admor of
Slonim from 1930 and the Admor of Gur, The Sfat Emet, from 1903, on the prohibition against
reading newspapers and external books.
The cover page has a nice engraving of a tree with two lions, ok to good condition, moth
damage, light stains, half-leather, old binding.
1. Q&A from the Ram Alsheech, Sadilkov 1834, Good condition. Lone bits of moth damage, new binding made from an oil painting, Jews at the Kotel. 2. "Givat Shaul," 112 Q&A by Gaon Rabbi Shaul Avdak Lumza, Sadilkov 1834, second edition. Good condition. The two books have a similar cover page, with a handsome architectural frame with lions and plants. Writing in red ink, stamp of ownership, Eliezer Binyamin Beinish Mintz. Size 38cm.
Halachot of shechita and inspections, in Hebrew and local tongue, by Rav Yitzhak ben Aryeh Yosef Dov. Exegeses. At the start of the book is a signature in Ashkenazi handwriting, Yisrael bar Yitzhak. Q&A also on the laws of shechita, Ashkenazi handwriting, mostly in Yiddish, at the end is the signature of "Hayim Gershon bar Yitzhak." Generally good condition, stains and wear.
First section, includes “exegesis on halachot of Shabbat on the malachot.”
By the Gaon Avraham Burnstein of Sochatchov. (3) 138, (1) page. Cover page with engraving in
red ink, signatures of ownership in Ashkenazi handwriting. Excellent condition.
“An edition which, from start to finish, is full of nice things, strength and expertise juxtaposed
together, with exegeses and foundational notes on Megillat Esther.”
By the Rabbi of Israel, HaGaon Rabbi Shlomo Kluger, published by his son Rabbi Avraham
Bound with the book “Divrei Emet,” dear drashot that Rabbi Yosef Asher Hernberg gave.
By Rabbi Yeshaya HaLevi Horwitz, the Holy Shla. With the book “Vey HaAmudim,” of his son
Rabbi Sheptil Sagal Horwitz. Brought to the printing house by Rabbi Issachar Be’eri, son of
Haim Tzvi of Slavita, printed in two separate volumes: Volume 1. (3) 2-240 page. Volume 2: (1)
341-385, 36 page.
Leather binding, signatures and stamps of ownership. Ok to good condition. Moth damage, wear
on the bindings.
With rashi's commentary, Targum Onkelus, and Ashkenazi translation, Tikkun Sofrim, haftarot, and megillat Kohelet. Two cover pages, first is illustrated with the figures of Moshe and Aaron, hawks and ravens. Special cover for the haftarot. Special cover page for Shabbat prayers. With engraving of the castor oil plant of Yonah at the end of the Yonah haftarah. Listings from the Furth community and others in Germany. (4) 176, 20 page. Some of the pages are green. 24cm. Generally good condition, wear and stains. New binding.
108 parables in conversations on animals, living creatures, birds, with rhymes, by Rabbi Brachiya HaNakdan bar Naturnai. With Yiddish translation by Rav Yaakov Kopelman. Cover page with a handsome and special engraving (defective). Good condition, missing the last 5 pages.
Chiddushim on Masechtot HaShas, by Gaon Rabbi Avraham Broda, with glosses "Ohel Moshe," from his son Rabbi Moshe Broda. At the start of the book are important endorsements. Rabbi Avraham Broda, rabbi of Frankfurt after Rav Naftali Katz, founded the yeshiva gedola in which sages studied, such as Rav Yona Lansdofer, the "Me'il Tzedaka." Published by his grandson Rav Shu'al Broda. (2) 200 page (Winograd 501). Not bound, generally ok to good condition, moth damage and defects. Signatures of ownership.
Extremely deep chiddushim and pilpulim on Masechtot Yevamot and Baba Batra, by the Gaon
Rabbi Yitzhak Meizlash, descendent of the Rama, Bach, and more.
(1) 60. 2-57 page. Good condition. Wear. Stamps of ownership of the Rabbi Yosef Shlomo
Sections on science, love, times. With Maimon glosses, and the Maggid Mishnah. Objections of the
Ra’avad. Printed by the brothers David and Shmuel Nechemias. (Winograd Kushta 12).
44, (1) 56, 176, 20 pages. (attaching detailed pages of bibliography about this edition). A number of
pages have handwritten glosses. Copy is missing the cover page until page 2 (inclusive), and pages 113,
128, and the last page. Page 3 with defects. The rest in good condition.
Ramban's chiddushim on Masechet Baba Batra, Venice 1523, printed by Daniel Bombirgi. 109 pages. The original book was printed with the pamphlet "Dina d'Germi" with a separate cover page, the copy before us is missing that. (Winograd 74). Good condition, thick, quality pages, in very rare condition. Stains and light defects on the first pages, not significant. Old leather binding. 26cm. Signatures of ownership in Italian handwriting.
With Rashi's commentary and Tosafot, Volume 19 in the Talmud Bavli printed by the famous printer Daniel Bombirgi. 96, 25 pages. Size 36cm. This copy is missing the cover page and first page, added with photocopies from similar paper. Good condition, water stains, restored. New binding.