Winner's Unlimited - No. 101

Holy books, letters from Rabbis and Rebbes, Judaica, Maps, Periodicals, Postcards, banknotes, Eretz Israel and Zionism

July 19, 2017
Opening $ 120
Estimate $ 300 - $ 400

* Sefer Zikaron. About the prince of Torah... Rabbi Moshe Sofer author of the Chatam Sofer. By Rabbi Shmuel Sofer. Pressburg, 1879, first edition. Contains stories revealed in the world in 1809. Bound with the book Mesillat Yesharim, Berlin 1906 [Hebrew and German] and with a work in German by Dr. Hoffman. Old cardboard binding. Spine is partially detached.

* Chazon Yeshayahu. A work on the history of the righteous man Rabbi Yeshayale Kerestirer by Yosef Mordechai Gintzer. Slawkowice 1929, single edition. Yiddish [with vowels]. 52 leaves. 21 cm. Stains. Tears, mainly on the spine. Moderate-fine condition.

* Niflaot HaYehudi. Awesome and wondrous noavelle and stories by 'HaYehudi HaKadosh' - Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak of Peshischa. Piotrkow 1925. Bound with the book "Beit Tzadikim" 112 pages. Front binding is detached. Stains. Moderate-fine condition.

* Megillat Yuchsin U'miluim L'Megillat Yuchsin. History of the Maharal of Prague, his son-in-law Rabbi Yitzchak Hacohen, the Chatam Sofer, and Rabbi Chanoch Henich of Aleksander. By Rabbi Chanoch Henich Moshe Traube of Krakow. London, 1902. First edition. 42 pages, 19 cm. Not bound. Leaves are disintegrating. Tears with lack at the bottom of the title page. Moderate condition.

* HaRebbi MiLubavitch. A booklet in memory of the Rebbe Rayatz. Published on the occasion of 13th Tammuz, the day established in memory of his release in 1887. Title-page cover with a passport picture of the Rebbe. Includes two letters from the Rebbe about the release. Published by Tzeirei Agudat Chabad B'Eretz HaKodesh. 1965. 30 page. 21 cm. Front binding is detached. Without back binding. Stains. Moderate condition.

* Toldot Kol Aryeh. The history of Rabbi Avraham Yehuda HaCohen of Berehovo, author of the responsa 'Kol Aryeh'. Also contains letters from the Rebbe of Sanz, the Rebbe of Sighet author of Yitav Lev and the Maharam Schick. By Rabbi Dov Ber Spitzer. Kleinwardein, 1940. 160 pages. 23 cm. Faded binding. Tears on the spine. The body of the book is fine condition.

Bibliographic Books and Miscellaneous