Amsterdam: Gerard Johan Janson/ Yisrael Mondavi, . First edition. Hardcover. Quarto. 149 double-sided leaves, . Rebound in modern 3/4 dark brown soft leather over red marbled paper boards. Raised bands on the spine. Modern endpapers. Title page with decorative woodcut border. This work contains Rabbinic commentaries on the Haftorot readings, including relevant selections from the writings of Rabbi Moshe Alshich (1508–1593, aka "Alshich Hakadosh"), Spanish Rabbi Joseph ben Abraham Hayyun (d.1497) and Isaac Abravanel. The Hebrew text of commentary is printed throughout in single and dual-column formats, in Rashi script, surrounding the regular Hebrew text of the biblical verses (from the Prophets and the Writings). Errata leaf at the rear.
Binding with some light smudges to the covers, minor rubbing to corners, and some light sticker residue and light scratches to the spine. Interior with some light markings in pencil to the front free endpapers. A few pages throughout with some sporadic minor chipping and/ or water stains along the side margins and edges. No text loss. Book block tight. Binding in very good+, interior in very good condition overall. vg to vg+. Item #48351
Hebrew title: ספר לקוטי מן
Author(s): אליעזר מנחם מרקבריט, יוסף בן אברהם חיון, משה אלשיך, יצחק אברבנאל
Publication: דפוס על יד ג'רארד יוהאן ינסון ובבית ישראל מונדווי
Alternate transliteration: Liqute Man, Likkutei Man, Likutei Man
Bibliographic reference: Vinograd, Amsterdam #1839.