By Rabbi Eliyahu ben Avraham Shlomo HaKohen Hatmari (1659-1729), a great sage and kabbalist of Izmir. Known mainly thanks to this book. This edition was printed in Jerusalem by the partners Yehiel Bril, Michal HaKohen, and Yoel Moshe Salomon. 2 covers with illustrations. Separate cover for the second section. Not bound, moth marks, tears and various stains. Generally ok to good condition.
By Rabbi Haim Vittel, with introduction by Rabbi Yedidya Refael Hai Abulafya (HiRa). Exegeses on issues of techuna and the language of Chazal and the Rambam on hilchot Kiddush HaChodesh.
Moth damage, pages cut, generally good condition.
1. Questions and answers on the siddur of the Rashash and additional works of kabbalah, by Rabbi Rachamim David Sharim (1869-1934), a Gaon and kabbalist who moved to Jerusalem from Aleppo. Printed by Zuckerman in Jerusalem 1926.
2. Same as above, section 2, with endorsements of Rabbi Yosef Haim Zonenfeld—rabbi of Jerusalem, rabbi of the author Rabbi Haim Shaul Davich and more. On the first page is something written by an unknown hand. Printed by Zuckerman in Jerusalem 1928.
3. Sha’arei Derech HaChaim, third section of the same book. Signature by hand on the cover, by Rav David Sharam. Printed by Zuckerman 1931.
Light moth damage, bindings are missing. Generally good condition.
Chiddushim of kabbalah from the kabbalist Rabbi Eliyahu Mishaan, known as Zagir, a sage of Aleppo. Bound together with the book Alei NAhar, an exegesis on the book Nahar Shalom by Rabbi Nissim Harari—Raful.
Moth damage, water stains, pages disconnected, generally ok to good condition.