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LOT: 190

50th edition of the Tanya, the first published by the Rebbe, with the inclusion of 10 $1 bills given by the Rebbe.

LikuteiAmarim Tanya, by Rabbi ShneurZalman of Liadi, founder of the Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidut and one of the greatest disciples of the Maggid of Mezritch, New York 1954. 50thedition in the pocket format, the first edition published by the Rebbe of Chabad, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson of Lubavitch, according to which all editions of the Tanya are printed until the present day.In the opening of the book, after the details of the additions and corrections in this edition, : "... how many times did the Rebbe's report speak of the need to print the Tanya in such a format that it would be convenient to carry it in the pocket of one’s clothes, and in any case be ready to go on the way? And after the publisher has made adjustments with the additions- we also publish this in the pocket format - with this expenditure, some of the printing errors in the previous expenses were corrected. Menachem Mendel Schneerson. Brooklyn, NY ". Attached to the book are 10 dollars that were given and sent by the Rebbe to the Russian Emmanuel, and other pages that he wrote with a brooch to the book, including various points of Hassidism in the handwriting of Immanuel the Russian. Maniculayev. Emanuel Rossi [Novogerski] (1903-1979) was a writer, poet and Zionist activist. Born in the city of Nikolaev in Russia, where Rabbi Menachem Mendel was born a year earlier, his acquaintance with the Rebbe had been from childhood and continued throughout the years. The closeness between the families was particularly great until Emanuel himself told his children: "My mother held the Rebbe in his lap in his infancy." He was the cousin of the famous Chassid PinyaAlthoiz [Rabbi PinchasTrudusAlthoiz (1823-1963), one of the greatest Chassidim of the RebbeRayatz and his son-in-law, the Rebbe, the most prominent Chabad emissary, Chabad and the representative of the Chabad Rebbes in the Holy Land], with whom the Rebbe occasionally sent greetings (and perhaps the book of Tanya here) to the Russian Emmanuel. In the estate of the Russian was found the book of Tanya and the dollars he received from the Rebbe on various occasions, which he maintained with great devotion and importance.
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