Auction 93 Part 2 - Ancient Books, Chassidic and Kabbalistic Books, Manuscripts and Letters

Large Collection of Books by Rabbi Yaakov of Lissa, the Netivot HaMishpat – Including First Editions – Important Ownership

Opening: $500
Sold for: $2,000
Including buyer's premium

Fifteen books by R. Yaakov of Lissa, the Netivot HaMishpat, including first editions:
• Mekor Chaim. Zhovkva, [1807]. First edition. Stamp of R. Chaim Elazar Teitelbaum, dayan and yeshiva dean in Tășnad. Perished in the Holocaust.
• Beit Yaakov. Hrubieszów, [1822]. First edition.
• Netivot HaMishpat, parts I and II. Sudylkiv, 1830. Two volumes.
• Kehilat Yaakov. Józefów, 1837.
• Torat Gittin. [Lviv?, ca. 1850]. Stamp of R. Tzvi Hirsch Grodzinski (1858-1948), prominent rabbi in the United States for over sixty years. Disciple and relative of R. David Shlomo Grodzinski (father of R. Chaim Ozer).
• Mekor Chaim. [Warsaw, ca. 1855]. Stamp of R. Menachem Grünwald (d. 1931), rabbi of Ödenburg (Sopron).
• Netivot HaMishpat – Mishpat HaKohanim and Mishpat HaUrim. Königsberg, [1859].
• Beit Yaakov. Königsberg, [1860].
• Alshech on the Five Megillot, with Imrei Yosher, novellae on Megillat Ruth by R. Yaakov of Lissa. Warsaw, 1862.
• Emet LeYaakov. Warsaw, 1865. First edition.
• Mekor Chaim. Lviv, 1866.
• Nachalat Yaakov on the Torah. Lviv, 1886.
• Nachalat Yaakov on Talmudic Aggadot. Lviv, 1902.
• Milei D'Aggadta and Responsa. Munkacs, 1904. First edition.
• Emet LeYaakov. Piotrków, 1933.
Ownership inscriptions, signatures and stamps in some volumes – see Hebrew description.

15 books in 16 volumes. Size and condition vary. New bindings. The books were not thoroughly examined, and are being sold as is.

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