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Lot of 3 important books of kabbalah and mussar, Constantinople printings, 18th-19th centuries
1. Tikkunei HaZohar, written by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, printed by Yona ben Yaakov Ashkenazi, 1740. , 160 pages. Moth damage, stains and defects, generally ok to good condition. Signatures of Shlomo ben Shmuel Ovadya. Additional notes handwritten in a number of places. Old binding, with defects.
2. Reishit Chochma, by Rabbi Eliyahu di Vadash, student of the Ramak. Printed by Yona ben Yaakov Ashkenazi, 1736. , 304,  pages. Tear on the cover. Moth holes, stains and defects, tears and tape in a few places. Generally good condition. New binding
3. Matok LaNefesh, a book of mussar from Rabbi Yitzhak Perachi—first edition, 1828. 91 pages. Stains, generally very good condition. New binding.
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