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Lot of sifrei kodesh and prayerbooks from Jerusalem printings.
1. Otzer HaAretz, “Shivchei Eretz Yisrael, its belonging to the Jewish people and its redemption and rebuilding today as written in the Torah, Neviim, and Ketuvim…and sifrei chochmah and chassidut…”, published by Knesset Yerushalayim. 1926. At the end is a folded map of Israel, in blue ink. Moth holes.
2. Three Megillot “traditionally said on Pesach, Shavuot, and Sukkot: Shir HaShirim, Ruth, Ecclesiastes”, with commentaries and “an Arabic tafsir by Rabbeinu Saadiah Gaon, never before printed”. Printed in Jerusalem 1911. No binding, pages detached, not checked thoroughly.
3. Sefer HaZohar, Leviticus-Numbers-Deuteronomy. Printed in Jerusalem 1955. Antique wood binding, yellow page cuttings, two title pages.
4. Techalel (Yemenite siddur) with Sefer Etz Hayyim, second section, with the Pesach Haggadah, first edition—Jerusalem 1894 [colophon lists 1898]. Antique binding is partially detached, defective leather spine.
Various conditions, wear and stains, other than detailed above it is in overall good condition.
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