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First printing of Siddur HaRashash, of the Kabbalist HaRav Nahum Ratman—kabbalistic glosses. Rare.
The seventh and eighth sections, the purpose of Shema on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Jerusalem 1911-1912. First edition. This siddur was for many years only handwritten until the greats of the Kabbalists decided that in that generation they would print it in purity and sanctity with trips to the ritual bath, fasts, and special prayers first, and they printed only a limited number of copies, throughout the book there are glosses and comments dealing with the intentions of the text, in Ashkenazi handwriting. The siddur was owned by HaRav nahum B’Har”ar. He immigrated to Israel in the year 1922 and died there in 1933 and was buried on the Mt. of Olives. Parts are printed without a title page.
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