1. Talmud Bavli Masechet Baba Metziya, two covers with red ink, covers and pages are restored. 2. Talmud Bavli Masechet Yevamot and Sota, 1862. Separate cover for each masechet. Moth damage and taping on the cover.
Machzor of the size for the Chazan, minhag of Russia, Lithuania, Poland, nusachSfardwith commentary on the Hebrew and with Ashkenazi language copied for transliteration (Yiddish). Cover page in red and black ink, printed by Yitzhak Moshe Bakesht. | Binding partially disconnected. Wear on the first pages. Missing bit repaired on the cover (name of the printer is missing). 157 pages, 29cm. Generally ok to good condition.
“According to the Russian, Lithuanian, and Polish minhag, given in Nusach Sfard.” Printed by Rabbi Yitzhak Moshe Bakashet, who bought the printing presses and houses from the Shapira brothers in Zhitomir, and continued the book printing business using the same publishing methods. Light blue paper. Professional restoration. New binding. , 141 page. 28 cm. Very good condition.
An exegesis on Rashi’s commentary. By the dayan Rabbi Meir Binyamin Danon, student of the Gaon Rabbi David Pardo, the Maskil L’David. First edition, YisraelBak printing. Cover and page beforehand have many signatures, half-cursive handwriting, old, long, and important. They are by members of the Uzin family—a family of important Jerusalem Shadarim. Rare book. | Moth holes, tear with missing bit in the upper white margins on the cover page—no damage to text. Half-leather, original binding, worn and partially disconnected. Tears in the lower margins of the two last pages, with minimal missing text. | , 180 pages. 30cm. Generally ok to good condition.
Shot, first section. With Sod Yesharim, tshuvot based on the kabbalah. By Rabbi Yosef Haim of Baghdad, leader of Babylonian Jewry. First edition, Fromkin printing. | Cover page in gold ink, stains, moth holes. Partially disconnected original binding. | , 103 pages. 31cm. Generally good condition.
1. Gan Yerushalayim, includes 7 articles on issues related to high and lofty subjects. By RavGedalya Nachman Brader. Levi printing (gilded letters on the cover). Jerusalem 1851
2. TshuvotMaharish. By RavYisrael Yaakov Yavetz. Cover has a handwritten dedication stamped by the author. Jerusalem (no publisher name and year).
3. ShlematHayyim, printed by Horev. Jerusalem 1935.
4. Lev HaIvri, 2 sections, by Rabbi AkivaYehosef, jacket cover, colorful other than the covers. Zuckerman printing, 1884.
5. CheshbonPrateiHaMitzvot, 2 sections, by RavZvi Aryeh Goldman (two separate covers for each section). Levi printing, 1904.
6. Yalkut Ephraim, by Rav Ephraim HaLevi. Pritned by Nissan Bak. 1877.
7. TzrorHaHayyim, on the alphabet. Jerusalem, Levi printing, 1905
8. TiferetYisrael, RavYisraelSchankman (with dedication by the author). Printed by the Diskin Orphanage. 1942.
Various sizes and conditions, generally good condition.
Quality paper. In the center of every column is a colorful illustration from the events of the megillah. 30 lines per column. 24 columns. First is torn and only a small bit remains from it. 4 additional columns are partially torn. Tear with damage to text on page 16. Height: 15cm. Writing: 11.5cm. Extremely rare item.
Luxurious and rare case, with an engraved cover. Stands on 3 legs, with a lion and more. Diameter: 6.5cm. Height: 5cm. Stamped P. Weight: 62g. One leg is bent and needs to be straightened. Generally good condition.
1. Besamim case with a cover shaped like an archeological coin, inscription with cutting work. Stamped Bier 925. Height: 4cm. Weight: 33g. Good condition.
2. Silver candlestick, decorated with filigree work, Betzalel style. Height: 12cm. Weight: 33g. Good condition.
1. Toothpick holder in the shape of an umbrella with a slight weight at the bottom. Generally good condition.
2. Salt holder in the shape of a cup. Generally ok to good condition.
3. Salt and pepper holder, generally ok to good condition.
Total weight 65g.