Auction 88 - Part I - Books, Manuscripts, Rabbinical Letters, Ceremonial Art

Sefer Gerushin by Rabbi Moshe Cordovero – Venice, 1602 – First Edition

Opening: $500
Sold for: $2,500
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Sefer Gerushin, novellae innovated while practicing Gerushin, by R. Moshe Cordovero – the Ramak. [Venice]: Daniel Zanetti, [1602]. First edition.
Sefer Gerushin is a kind of diary, in which R. Moshe Cordovero recorded Torah novellae revealed to him in the company of his teacher R. Shlomo Alkabetz and other colleagues, while practicing Gerushin – going out to the fields and mountains of the Galilee and praying at the gravesites of Tzadikim.
24, [4] leaves. 18 cm. Overall good condition. Stains, including dark stains and dampstains. Tiny open tears to final two leaves, slightly affecting text. Marginal paper repairs to several leaves. Stamps. New binding.

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Incunabula and Early Printed Books – 15th-17th Centuries