1. Ben Bazi on Pirkei Avot by Rav Yehezkel ben Shalom Ratner (according to the riddle written by the compiler, it seems that this is Rabbi Yehezkel bar Shalom Ratner from Mahlov on the Dnieper). Vilna, printed by the widow and brothers Ram, 1891. 21 page. 22cm. New binding, only edition. Generally good condition. 2. Petach Tikvah on Pirkei Avot by Rav Isaiah Fox, the Av Beit Din of Parnichov, Warsaw 1855.  27 page, 22cm. Lists of ownership, disconnected binding. Generally good condition. 3. Beit Avot, 4 commentaries on the Pirkei AVot. Warsaw, by Rav Y.M. Alter, Vilna, 1920.  124 page, lists of ownership, loose binding. Generally good condition. 4. Kol Avot, commentary on Masechet Avot by Rav Yisrael ben Moshe Litvin, Riga 1937, 112 page  good condition. 5. Anaf Avot, by Rav Isaiah Hammer, Krakow 1889,  24 page, only edition. Light holes without missing text. Generally good condition. 6. Bayit L’Avot, commentary on Pirkei Avot by Rav Yaakov Yehuda Leib ben Avraham Levi, Warsaw 1872, at the end are chiddushim from his father Rabbi Avraham and his brother Rabbi Shlomo Zalman, Rabbi Asher Lemil, Rabbi Nachum, and from his nephew Rabbi Zalman.  43 page, on the binding is taped “given as a remembrance by the compiler to Rav Eliezer HaLevi.” 7. Toldot Yehoshua by Rabbi Yehoshua ben Aharon Heller, Vilna 1866, 107 page, lists of ownership, torn binding. At the end are some disconnected pages. Generally good condition. 8. Alsheech on Masechet Avot by Rabbi Moshe ben Haim Alsheech, with commentary from HaHida, Warsaw 1872. 63 page, 22cm. Wear on the binding. Generally good condition. 9. Mishneh Avot, with commentary of Rav Ovadiah of Bartenura. Warsaw 1879. 2, 66 page. Torn binding, generally good condition.