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Sefer Hafla'a. Tractate Ketubot. Rabbi Pinchas Halevi

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Sefer Ketuba. Commentary on Tractate Ketubot and the laws of ketuba by the Rabbi of Frankfurt, Rabbi Pinchas HaLevi Ish Horowitz. Offenbach, [1787]. First edition.
[1] 6, 180, [1], 86, [1] leaves, 32 cm.
Refer to the Hebrew catalogue description for more information regarding the author.
Prestigious signatures: At the top of the title page - הק' שמו×ל הור×וויץ [?] בהרב ×”×ž×•×¤×œ× ×›×ž×•×”×¨"ר [?] יצחק מ...?. This was possibly written by Rabbi Shmuel Horowitz son of Rabbi Yitzchak, listed in Otzar HaRabbanim 19118. He was the brother-in-law of Rabbi Meshulem Igra, son-in-law of Rabbi Yitzchak Horowitz [Otzar HaRabbanim 15689].
On the bottom of the title page there is a quote from Tractate Kiddushin? An unanswered riddle? This riddle is signed ××‘×¨×”× ×—×™×™×. Does this refer to Rabbi Avraham Chaim b"r Gedalya of Zolotchov, disciple of the Maggid of Mezeritsch, son-in-law of the author, whose Torah thoughts are printed on leaf 86 at the end of the book?
Old, rubbed binding. Usages marks blemishing solitary words on the first two leaves. Aging stains. Fine condition. The book will be sold as-is.
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Sefer Hafla'a. Tractate Ketubot. Rabbi Pinchas Halevi

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Sefer Ketuba. Commentary on Tractate Ketubot and the laws of ketuba by the Rabbi of Frankfurt, Rabbi Pinchas HaLevi Ish Horowitz. Offenbach, [1787]. First edition.
[1] 6, 180, [1], 86, [1] leaves, 32 cm.
Refer to the Hebrew catalogue description for more information regarding the author.
Prestigious signatures: At the top of the title page - הק' שמו×ל הור×וויץ [?] בהרב ×”×ž×•×¤×œ× ×›×ž×•×”×¨"ר [?] יצחק מ...?. This was possibly written by Rabbi Shmuel Horowitz son of Rabbi Yitzchak, listed in Otzar HaRabbanim 19118. He was the brother-in-law of Rabbi Meshulem Igra, son-in-law of Rabbi Yitzchak Horowitz [Otzar HaRabbanim 15689].
On the bottom of the title page there is a quote from Tractate Kiddushin? An unanswered riddle? This riddle is signed ××‘×¨×”× ×—×™×™×. Does this refer to Rabbi Avraham Chaim b"r Gedalya of Zolotchov, disciple of the Maggid of Mezeritsch, son-in-law of the author, whose Torah thoughts are printed on leaf 86 at the end of the book?
Old, rubbed binding. Usages marks blemishing solitary words on the first two leaves. Aging stains. Fine condition. The book will be sold as-is.

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