Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
She'elot u-Teshuvot Avne Nezer 1) Yoreh Deah Helek Aleph (Warsaw Folman. 1913. Second Edition) 2) Orah Hayim Helek Bet (Pietrokov: Folman. 1912. First Edition). Abraham ben Ze-ev Nahum Bornstein.
She'elot u-Teshuvot Avne Nezer 1) Yoreh Deah Helek Aleph (Warsaw Folman. 1913. Second Edition) 2) Orah Hayim Helek Bet (Pietrokov: Folman. 1912. First Edition)
She'elot u-Teshuvot Avne Nezer 1) Yoreh Deah Helek Aleph (Warsaw Folman. 1913. Second Edition) 2) Orah Hayim Helek Bet (Pietrokov: Folman. 1912. First Edition)
She'elot u-Teshuvot Avne Nezer 1) Yoreh Deah Helek Aleph (Warsaw Folman. 1913. Second Edition) 2) Orah Hayim Helek Bet (Pietrokov: Folman. 1912. First Edition)

She'elot u-Teshuvot Avne Nezer 1) Yoreh Deah Helek Aleph (Warsaw Folman. 1913. Second Edition) 2) Orah Hayim Helek Bet (Pietrokov: Folman. 1912. First Edition)

NP, n/d. Hardcover. 2 volumes (Mixed edition, see above).
1) Folio, 226p. Rebound in half leather over cloth. Decorated title page. Age wear to binding, with browning throughout. Title page repaired but complete, with no parts missing. In Hebrew. Very good condition.
2) , 312p. Rebound in half leather over blue cloth. Decorated title page. Age wear to binding, with covers worn and slightly frayed at the corners.Top half inch of back slip is missing, with rubbing. 1" tear to title page. Browning throughout. In Hebrew. Overall good condition.

Work of Responsa on two sections of the main work of Halacha (Jewish Law), the "Shulchan Aruch". Written by one of the most profound and original thinkers in the world of Chasidism, also known as the "Sochhatchover Rebbe." (see below). g. Item #12459

On the author (Source: Public Domain):
Rabbi Abraham Bornstein (also known as Avraham Bornsztajn, Abraham ben Ze'ev Nachum Bornstein, Reb Avraham Borensztejn) was born in Biala (Poland) in 1839, and died on March 20, 1910 in Sochaczew. He was a Hasidic rabbi (known as the "Tzadik of Sochachov" or 'Cadyk z Sochaczewa' in Polish.) He the son of a rabbi. When he graduated yeshiva became a rabbi in Parczew, Kroniewice, Nasielsk and from 1883 in Sochaczew. He founded there Hassidic synagogues and yeshivas. He is buried in the Jewish cemetery in Sochaczew where a "ohel" (burial vault) was built. Following his passing, his position was filled by his son Rabbi Samuel Bornstein (1856-1926), who edited Shem Mi-Shmuel.

Bet Eked Vol.1, p10, item #246.

Price: $350.00

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