Auction 124 Part 1 Clearance Sale Part 1
Sep 22, 2020
Israel
 3 Shatner Center 1st Floor Givat Shaul Jerusalem

We are pleased to present to you for the first time, Winner's Annual Clearance Sale.

We have assembled approximately 700 interesting, rare and diverse items across various areas of interest whose common denominator is their low opening price, much lower than their real value.

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LOT 2:

Chumash with the 'Mashgiach' Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein's Stamp.

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Chumash with the 'Mashgiach' Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein's Stamp.


Chumash Bereishit with Targum Onkelos, Rash"i's commentary, Siftei Chachamim and the Malbi"m's commentary. Vilna, 1922.

Stamp on the title page: Rabbi Yechezkel Levenstein - 'R' Chatzkel' [1885-1974] was one of the mussar greats. He served as mashgiach at yeshivahs Mir, Lomza and Ponovezh. He was a disciple of the author of Chafetz Chaim; Rabbi Yerucham Levovitz; Rabbi Nachum Ze'ev Ziv (son of the 'Alter' of Kelm) and of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Broide. He enjoyed this world very little. He fasted more than he ate and his scraggy body held up only due to the gentle soul within. Rabbi Shach said of him to the yeshivah students: "Don't think that before the world war there were many people like him. Even in that holy generation, the mashgiach was one of the very few!" In his eulogy for him at his funeral, Rabbi Shach said, "The mashgiach was the greatest servant of Hashem that I ever saw." His essays are published in the Ohr Yechezkel books.

Moderate condition.


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