Second section by Rabbeinu Shalom ben Aderet, the Rashba.
216 page (16) page—16 last pages are missing (Winograd Bologna 14).
There are a number of glosses on policy in Sefardi handwriting, important signatures and many lists: “Yehuda Borla,” maybe Rabbi Yehuda bar Yisrael Yaakov Borla, a sage of Jerusalem in the 19th century, compiler of questions and answers “Nahalat Yehuda.”
Gloss signed Yosef Zamiro—compiler of the book “Hon Yosef,” Livorno 1828.
Cover page is defective and missing somewhat, without damage to the text, with additions and lists from Aleppo 1869.
A very nice copy in generally excellent condition, there are a few stains and light defects. New binding.
Way to annotate and make the ta’amim, by Rabbeinu David Kimkhi—the Radak, with additions by Rabbi Eliyahu Bechor. 69 pages (Bibliography Institute 000164629).
Generally good condition, defects professionally restored. Wear. New, handsome leather binding.
Roots of the Holy Language, by Rav David Kimkhi (the Radak) with additions by Rav Eliyahu HaLevi Bechor, the grammatician. 548 lines (1) page. (Winograd 330). Nice copy in good condition, a few stains, new handsome leather binding. Defect on page 1 with a little missing.
Psakei halacha and hanhagot for man, with “Meisharim,” civil law, in 32 fields, by Rabbeinu Yeruham ben Meshulam of Provincia, one of the foundational books by the Rishonim on halacha. Vencie 1553, second edition, 104, 238 page (Winograd Venice 461). Meisharim is at the end, 2 white pages are between the two books.
Handwritten signatures of “Shmuel Florentin.” Nice, handsome copy, especially for a book this early and used, very few light defects, moth bits, and stains. Bound with a new, handsome leather binding.
Exegesis on the prayers according to Kabbalah, by the Kabbalist Rabbi Meir Gabbay.
80 pages, 19cm (Winograd Kushta 218), an important and rare book of Kabbalah. After the covre page is a long list handwritten, a number of small glosses also amongst the pages.
Ok condition, many pages are damaged and professionally restored. New binding.
“Mishneh Torah” of Rabbeinu Moshe ben Maimon, the Rambam, with objections of the Ravad, the Maggid Mishneh, with “Kesef Mishneh” of the Gaon Yosef Karo, with pictures specifically related to the Kiddush HaChodesh by the Maharlabach.
4 sections, first edition of the composition “Kesef Mishneh” of the Rambam, printed by Maran the Beit Yosef in his lifetime.
First section—(22) 316 pages. Second section—(9) 219 pages. Third section—(20) 451 (1) page. Fourth section—(10) 297, (9) page. (Winograd 600).
Complete, very amazing set, extremely rare, 4 volumes with new red binding with gilded engraving, some of the pages were completed from other copies, pages with various levels of damage, all professionally restored. Signatures and lists handwritten with a number of glosses amongst the pages. At the end of the fourth section is a long list in Ashkenazi handwriting from 1810.
Talmud Bavli, masechet Zevachim, with Rashi’s commentary, Tosafot and verses of Tosafot and commentary on the Mishnayot by the Rambam. Volume 17 out of the Basel edition, rare.
(1) 121 page, long list on the cover page, handwritten, finishing “Itzik the printer.” Signatures of ownership on the last page.
Size 35cm, new binding, good condition.
Mishnayot with the commentary of the Rambam and Gemara d’Bnei Merba, volume 14a out of 44 of this edition of the Shas.
(1) 2-12 page. 35cm.
Generally good condition, moth damage in the margins, new binding.
With three commentaries, Rashi, Rabbeinu Nissim, and Rabbeinu Asher, and the mishnayot with the Rambam commentary. The Shas of the Talmud Bavli was printed in Basel from 1678-1681 in 44 volumes, including a number of volumes for mishnayot Zra’im, Kedoshim, and Taharot, without Talmud Bavli. Before us is volume 17 out of this edition.
(1) 2-118 page. 35cm. there are a number of handwritten glosses.
Generally good condition, last pages are professionally restored. New binding.
Exegesis on Rashi’s commentary on the Torah with pshat on the Torah, by Gaon Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Lunshitz, the “Olelut Ephraim.”
141 page. On the cover page is the signature of the Gaon Rabbi David Greenhot. HaHida writes about him that he was “the smartest in wisdom, study, nature…”
Rare book! With a rare signature!
The cover page has handsome engravings, defect on the cover page and the last page with damage to the text, the rest is in good condition, stains and wear. New binding.
Gemera, Talmud Yerushalmi, with commentary of Rabbi David ben Menashe of Krakow, known
as Rabbi David Darshan, verses of the Reef and the Ra’ash and ba’alei Tosafos.
Second edition of the Talmud Yerushalmi ever printed, printed yb Yitzhak Proztitz. 32, 43, 46-
83, 66, 51, pages. 35cm. [In this copy the page numbering is different]. (Winograd Krakow 289).
4 sections bound together: Zra’im, Mo’ed, Nashim, Nezikin. Every section has a separate cover
page. Similar cover pages with an architectural motif, nice engraving. Between Zra’im and
Mo’ed there is a white page with a long handwritten list from an old Ashkenazi hand, of
exegeses on hard words in the Talmud Yerushalmi.
Generally good condition, stains, light defects restored. Signature of ownership, 2 handwritten
By Rabbeinu Shlomo ben Aderet, the Rashba, second section. Third editioin. 322 pages, the title page has an engraving of Moshe and Aharon and the Binding of Isaac. Size 20cm.
Only a defect in the margins of the cover page, the rest in generally good condition. Stains and light wear, new, handsome binding.
Parchment scroll made from a large cattle, every piece of leather was used, and the writing was done on its exterior side, which caused its unusual coloring (brown-red), uniform writing throughout. Very nice writing, a professional sofer (not sold as a kosher scroll). Size 54cm, Morocco.
Megillat Esther ink on parchment, seems to be from Italy, 15 columns, 24 lines per column, size of the parchment is 23.5cm. Generally good condition, thick parchment. Ink smudges in many places but everything is readable. Light defects in the parchment.
Written and illustrated by hand, ink on parchment, 38 columns, throughout the megillah are illustrations from the stories of the megillah, all are colored in a variety of nice colors. Size of the parchment is 9.5cm, the columns are 6cm. Around 11 lines per column. Ashkenazi script, 20th century, without a doubt a wonderful item because of its beauty. Generally excellent condition, stain at the start of the megillah on two columns without damage to the quality of the ink.
Seems to be written in Italy in the 17th century, printed on quality paper. With the tree of life made of olivewood. Given in a velvet case. Size of the megillah: 40cm, but including the wood is 53cm. Size of the package: 8x11x57cm. Very good condition.
4 standard-sized photos of the Admor baal Imrei Emet of Gur, in different places. In one of the photos it seems his assistant is trying to block the aperture of the camera with his hand. 3 original photos. Different sizes and conditions.
Picture sized 28x23cm, featuring the Admor of Gur, Rabbi Avraham Mordechai, the Imrei Emet.
Standing on the bimah, speaking, in the background is the heychal.
Original, old photo.
Many defects, wear and stains.
A number of rabbis from Jerusalem, HaRav Yosef Haim Zonenfeld and additional rabbis such as Rav Yosef Tzvi Dushinsky, Rav Weiss, and more. Interesting pictures from different periods. Different sizes. Generally good condition, one picture is defective.
Lot of dozens of pictures, when his body was brought from America to Jerusalem, in which
thousands of Israelis participated in accompanying his body on Purim. Eulogies were given at
the Etz Haim yeshiva on Yafo street, in the pictures appear the eulogizers, Rav Eliezer Menahem
Shach and Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, and more.
There are a number of pictures, also from the funeral of Rav Yaakov Yisrael Kinievsky, the
Steipler, in Bnei Brak.
Dozens of pictures, different conditions, some are damaged. Some are glued one to another.
Pictures of the Admor Rabbi Moshe Parlov, an old picture of the Maharitz Dushinsky, the Baba Sali raising a toast (Arak). Picture of a sage of Kurdistan/Persia, and more.
Postcard picture of the minister Moses Montefiore, published by the school in Kiryat Moshe for Tu B’shvat 1927, printed by Goldberg in Jerusalem. Good condition. Stains. Rare.
Different sizes, conditions.