By Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman (Ramban). At the beginning of the book is a poem praising him, by Rabbi Yehuda Aryeh of Modena. New binding, a little defective; cover is a little defective, moth marks with damage to the text, stains and wear, generally bad to ok condition.
“founded by the Sage Rabbi Yitzhak HaSangri, who sanctified God’s name with his just debate. His partner in the Arabic language, the sage Rabbi Yehuda HaLevi” with commentary “Kol Yehuda” by Rabbi Yehuda Moscato. First edition with that commentary. New binding, 299 pages. Cover is a little defective, moisture damage and stains, moth marks, wear, generally ok condition.
By Rav Rabbeinu Asher—the Rosh. In this publication, there were added dozens of new answers and hundreds of answers in response and corrections related to the wording of answers printed in previous publications. Printed by Zanito Zanetti. The cover page says printed 1607, but in the colophon is written “all the work was paid, 1608…” 180, 2, 17 page. 29.5cm. Not bound, cover is disconnected and defective, moth marks, stains from moisture, wear, generally ok condition.
Sefer Rabot. Midrash Raba with commentary of Matanot Kehuna. 2 sections bound together with separate cover pages. First section on the Five Books of Torah, after the cover is an illustration of Yitzhak, as the name of the printer was Yitzhak. 1608-1609. Signatures of ownership. 30.5cm, 302, 130, page. Missing a page in Parshat Ki Tavo-Nitzavim. Binding is defective, lone pages in the book are a little restored with light damage to text, moth marks, stains from moisture, wear, generally ok condition.
Commentary on the first prophets, Yehoshua-Shoftim, sections 1-2. By Rabbi Aharon even Haim. Signature of ownership and handwriting at the beginning of the book. Signatures in the book: “Ish Gar Anochi B’Aretz” (Man living selfishly/independently? In Israel). New binding, defective. Rear binding, cover, introductory page, and last pages are disconnected. Defective pages with damage to text, stains from moisture, wear and moth marks, generally bad condition.
On the wisdom of Kabbala, by Rabbeinu Yosef N. Giktila. Printed by Eliezer ben Haim and Eliyahu ben Zelickman Olma. Endorsement of Rabbi Yeshaya Horwitz—the Holy Shla. Illustrated cover, some of the wording of the cover is in red ink. Tables and kabbalistic symbols. Original parchment binding? A little defective. Page numbering is in disorder. Cover and first page are defective in the margins and a little restored, stains from moisture, wear, generally ok condition.
Five Book of Torah, First Prophets, Last Prophets, Ketuvim, 4 books in two sections. Printed by Ludwig Koenig. Around 39cm. Binding a little defective, first pages in the book of Genesis are defective, some restored with damage to the text, missing page in Parshat Bereishit. Last page in First Prophets are defective, volume 2 is disconnected partially in the middle, stains, wear, generally ok condition.
Behavior for Yom HaPekuda, divided into four articles: Sfatei Tzedek, Sfat Emet, Sfatei Ranenot, and Anan HaKetoret (Seder Petom HaKetoret, Taanit Sacrifice, Minhat Aharon). By Rabbi Aharon Berachya of Modena. Complete, including rare white pages. First edition, 19cm. New binding, cover and first and last pages are restored with light damage to text, moth marks, stains from moisture, generally ok to good condition.
By Johannes Buchstorf, cover and introductions in Latin. Includes a Hebrew cover at the end of the book, “Concordantiae on Daniel and Ezra.” At the end is a table of parshiyot printed colophon: “printed in Basel as a mitzvah of the blessed Lord in 1630” (although in practice it was printed two years later). Thick tome, especially large (41cm). Original parchment binding is a little defective, cover and first pages are a little defective in the margins, stains from moisture, moth marks (a few), generally good condition.
11 lines per column. Height of the parchment: 11.5cm. The housing: 27cm. Nice writing, stains from moisture with a little smudging of ink in the first part of the megillah. Crack in the housing, the handle in the bottom is broken and missing. Generally ok condition.
Written and illustrated together. Throughout the megillah are illustrations from the stories of the megillah, in many colors. With framing of flowers and leaves. Length: 3.7m. Width: 10cm. 14 lines per column, stains from moisture with a little smudging of ink, generally good condition.
Brought to Israel after WWII by the Union of Romanian Communities by Rav David Moshe Rosen. He was the Kollel Rav of Dat Moshe and was crowned in the Coral Synagogue in Bucharest on 20 July, 1948 as part of his activity with the Zionist representatives. In 1964 they brought a number of sifrei Torah together with the Joint Committee and divided them among synagogues in Israel. This was donated by the Ministry for Religious Affairs and the Joint Committee in 1967. Nice writing, a little smudging in parts of the book, size 47.5cm, uniform and complete writing. Not sold as kosher!!
Ordered 1-10, with colorful illustrations that tell the history of the Jewish people: Jacob’s dream, the selling of Josef, slaves in Egypt, the plagues in Egypt, and more. By A. ben-David, Jerusalem. Includes the original paper envelope that covers the pictures. Size: 8.5x12cm. Tears in the paper cover, ink stains on the back of the postcard, generally very good condition.
33 pictures. Rabbi Haim Shmuelevitz, Rabbi Eliezer Yehuda Pinkel, Admor of Masaret Vizhnitz (the Mekor Baruch), Rishon LeZiyyon Rav ben-Tziyon Meir Hai Uziel, Rabbi Zalman Sorotzkin, and more. Different sizes and conditions, generally ok to good condition.