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Pnei Yehoshua – Handwritten Glosses by Rabbi Amram

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Sefer Pnei Yehoshua on tractate Ketubot, Gittin and Kiddushin. [Lemberg?, 1809?].
Two erudite glosses in the handwriting of Rabbi Amram Chasida; one signed at end: “Amram”. Binding leaf contains a more recent signature of Rabbi “Shmuel Halberstam” son of Rebbe Rabbi Moshe Halberstam Av Beit Din of Bardejov [1850-1904] and rabbi “Naftali Yisrael son of Rabbi Yitzchak Pinder” [perished in Holocaust]
Holy Ga’on Rabbi Amram Rosenbaum – Rabbi Amram Chasida (1790-1830), among leading disciples of the Chatam Sofer, known for his genius and holiness from youth and referred to as divine “Rabbi Amram Chasida”. It is known that already in childhood he merited the revelation of Elijah the Prophet. Served as Av Beit Din of Mád in Hungary; immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1826 and was Av Beit Din in Safed [responses written to him by the Chatam Sofer are well-known in which he refers to him as “agent of the Almighty, devout Chassid” and praises him with additional expressions and titles which demonstrate the extreme degree of esteem with which the rabbi regarded his student]. Passed away at a young age of approximately forty, and his rabbi, the Chatam Sofer eulogized him and stated: “he utterly sacrificed himself for the Almighty… besides being a notably righteous genius while abroad, also upon immigrating to Eretz Israel his greatness was recognized…”. Many rabbinical families of Hungary descended from him (Rabbi Amram Blum author of Beit She’arim and others).
[Missing title page] 90; 84; 84 leaves, faulty pagination. Fair condition, extensive usage wear. Glosses slightly cut off. Ancient leather binding, slightly worn.
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Sefer Pnei Yehoshua on tractate Ketubot, Gittin and Kiddushin. [Lemberg?, 1809?].
Two erudite glosses in the handwriting of Rabbi Amram Chasida; one signed at end: “Amram”. Binding leaf contains a more recent signature of Rabbi “Shmuel Halberstam” son of Rebbe Rabbi Moshe Halberstam Av Beit Din of Bardejov [1850-1904] and rabbi “Naftali Yisrael son of Rabbi Yitzchak Pinder” [perished in Holocaust]
Holy Ga’on Rabbi Amram Rosenbaum – Rabbi Amram Chasida (1790-1830), among leading disciples of the Chatam Sofer, known for his genius and holiness from youth and referred to as divine “Rabbi Amram Chasida”. It is known that already in childhood he merited the revelation of Elijah the Prophet. Served as Av Beit Din of Mád in Hungary; immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1826 and was Av Beit Din in Safed [responses written to him by the Chatam Sofer are well-known in which he refers to him as “agent of the Almighty, devout Chassid” and praises him with additional expressions and titles which demonstrate the extreme degree of esteem with which the rabbi regarded his student]. Passed away at a young age of approximately forty, and his rabbi, the Chatam Sofer eulogized him and stated: “he utterly sacrificed himself for the Almighty… besides being a notably righteous genius while abroad, also upon immigrating to Eretz Israel his greatness was recognized…”. Many rabbinical families of Hungary descended from him (Rabbi Amram Blum author of Beit She’arim and others).
[Missing title page] 90; 84; 84 leaves, faulty pagination. Fair condition, extensive usage wear. Glosses slightly cut off. Ancient leather binding, slightly worn.

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