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Lot 315

Judgement regarding an estate with the signatures of the great rabbis of Pest from 1825.

A judgement regarding the estate of a young man who died and its division between his mother and his heirs, his nephews, with the handwritten signatures of the rabbis of the Budapest community, 1825.
On the judgement are the signatures of:
*Rabbi Yisrael Segal Warman, av"d of Budapest, born in  1755, served as the rabbi of Budapest between the years 1796-1826, a student of the Maharam Barby and the author of the Ohr Chadash, debated with the Chatam Sofer and the author of Baruch Ta'am (see: Responsa Ateret Chachamim Orach Chaim 8, Even HaEzer 23 and Ishim B'Teshuvot Chatam Sofer, second lettered paragraph).
*Rabbi Shimon Openheim Krumina, av"d of Budapest for 50 years, one of the special students of the author of the Noda B'Yehuda, who chose him as a teacher for his grandson, righteous and holy, died at a ripe old age in 1852, author of Har HaCarmel Har HaMoriah, Nezer HaKodesh and more,
*Rabbi Azriel Brill, a dayan in Pest for 40 years, debated with the Chatam Sofer (see there, 532), author of Hadrat Kodesh on the Ten Days of Repentance and more. (Oiven 1827).
Also bears the signatures of the wealthy men Yitzchak Rozentham, perhaps the son of the well-known wealthy man Rabbi Shlomo Meir Rozenthal from Budapest, as well as Rabbi Isaac Freizak. Both were active in dealing with the estate of the aforementioned deceased.
A slight tear on the fold with no lacking. Fine to very fine condition.