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.

Category
Classical Books and Miscellanea