Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Mishnayot: Shishah Sidrei Mishnah im nekudot ... ve-Im Targum Ashkenazi ... ve-He'arot ... ve-ha-Kadmah be-rosh kol maseket ... u-Mevo ha-Mishnah ... ve-Nosaf al eleh Peirush Melo Kaf Nahat ... me-et Sheneor Faivesh [RARE] (Complete in 6 Volumes). Phoebus Ben Jacob Shneor.
Mishnayot: Shishah Sidrei Mishnah im nekudot ... ve-Im Targum Ashkenazi ... ve-He'arot ... ve-ha-Kadmah be-rosh kol maseket ... u-Mevo ha-Mishnah ... ve-Nosaf al eleh Peirush Melo Kaf Nahat ... me-et Sheneor Faivesh [RARE] (Complete in 6 Volumes)
Mishnayot: Shishah Sidrei Mishnah im nekudot ... ve-Im Targum Ashkenazi ... ve-He'arot ... ve-ha-Kadmah be-rosh kol maseket ... u-Mevo ha-Mishnah ... ve-Nosaf al eleh Peirush Melo Kaf Nahat ... me-et Sheneor Faivesh [RARE] (Complete in 6 Volumes)

Mishnayot: Shishah Sidrei Mishnah im nekudot ... ve-Im Targum Ashkenazi ... ve-He'arot ... ve-ha-Kadmah be-rosh kol maseket ... u-Mevo ha-Mishnah ... ve-Nosaf al eleh Peirush Melo Kaf Nahat ... me-et Sheneor Faivesh [RARE] (Complete in 6 Volumes)

Berlin: I. Lewent, 1832-1834. Hardcover. Six octavo volumes bound in three quarter leather over paper covered boards. Each volume has ties on fore edge of front and rear boards. Vol. 1: "Seder Zeraim" 196 pp. Vol. 2: "Seder Moed" 232 pp. Vol. 3: "Seder Nashim" 212 pp. Vol. 4: "Seder Nezikin" 268 pp. Vol. 5: "Seder Kodshim" 264 pp. Vol. 6: "Seder Tehorot" 212 pp. Book has the original Hebrew of the Mishnah and the translation into Judeo-German in double columns atop the commentary "Melo Kaf Nahat", which is in Hebrew, Rashi Script. The author of the commentary was a renowned talmudic scholar and author who lived in the first half of the eighteenth century. This groundbreaking commentary was considered a “funnel of sorts” for previous rabbinic and Medieval commentaries on the Mishnah, for it collected explanations from Rashi, Maimonides, Bertinoro, and Tosafot Yom-Tov. It also drew heavily upon Isaac ibn Gabbai's commentary. This work was originally in Amsterdam in the year of 1732. This is the later reprint from Berlin, printed between the years 1832-1834. Age wear and scuffing to leather, some Hebrew script handwriting on front endpapers, but books are in overall good condition. g. Item #19636

Price: $2,500.00

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