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Lot of 9 facsimiles of the Pesach Haggadah.
1.  copies of the Pesach Haggadah facsimile, written and illustrated by Zimmel Sofer of Palin. Amsterdam 1719.
2. Pesach Haggadah facsimile—from a siddur. Mantua 1840
3. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah. Scribe: Yehuda (?); illustrator: Yoel ben Shimon. Italy, middle of the 15th century.
4. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah, Altona, Ashkenaz, 1738. Written and illustrated by Yosef ben David of Leipnik. Collection of the Rosentaliana Library, Amsterdam. Manuscript 382. Published by V. Tornovsky Ltd. Tel Aviv 1987
5. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah, Amsterfdam 1737. Manuscript on parchment using printer’s letters. With partial translation into Yiddish. Without the place, name, or year of printing.
6. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah Copenhagen, 1739. Written and illustrated by Uri Feivush, a Sofer Stam in Altona and Hamburg. Published by Nahar, Tel Aviv 1986
7. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah, Ettingen 1729. Written and illustrated by Yaakov ben Michael Mei Segel. Ink and watercolors on parchment. Nahar publishing, Tel Aviv 1985
8. Facsimile of Pesach Haggadah by Gershom ben Shlomo HaKohen, the oldest illustrated Haggadah to be preserved in its complete form. Prague 1526
Various sizes and conditions, generally very good.
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