Auction 20 Tiferet 20 - Rare and Special Items
Dec 1, 2020
Israel
 Shenhav Building, Beit Hadfus st , Jerusalem

A special auction of rare items: 

First editions of Hassidic Sefarim, Slavita-Zhitomir, letters by Tzaddikim and the greatest Hassidic Rabbis, the Geonim of Ashkenaz and Hungary, the greatest Rabbis of Lithuania, the greatest Poskim of previous generations, pedigreed copies, artifacts of renowned Tzaddikim, Satmar, Chabad and more.  

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LOT 45:

Unique copy! Shnei Luchot Habrit by Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz, Warsaw - 1962. The Personal copy of the Holy Rabbi ...

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Unique copy! Shnei Luchot Habrit by Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz, Warsaw - 1962. The Personal copy of the Holy Rabbi Moshe Halberstam of Bardejov.

Rare and holy! The holy sefer 'Shnei Luchot Habrit' by Rabbi Yeshaya Horowitz, Warsaw - 1962. The personal copy from which the Holy Rabbi Moshe of Bardejov the son of the Holy Rabbi of Gorlitz had purely studied.


Appearing on the title page and among the pages of the sefer, is his stamp ("Moshe Halberstam M.H.S."). in addition, the signature of his son and succesor the Holy Gaon Rabbi Yechiel Natan (1865-1934) also appears and additional ownership signatures and inscriptions (such as "Belongs to the Gaon Rabbi Butzina Kaddisha ... Moshe Halberstam Abd of Bardejov - apparently a later inscription). 


The Holy Rabbi Moshe Halberstam Abd of Bardejov (1849-1904)  one of the great Tzaddikim of his generation. Was born to his father the Holy Rabbi Baruch of Gorlitz (the son of the Holy Rabbi of Sanz the 'Divrei Chaim') and his mother Mrs. Pessel the daughter of the Holy Rabbi of Siget author of Yitav Lev. He studied Torah with his great grandfather who also trusted him with the editing of his sefer the Shu"t 'Divrei Chaim'. In 1874, by his grandfather's recommendation, he was appointed to serve as a Rabbi and Abd of Berdejov. Later he became an Admor there. His descendants were all pious Jews and many were also Rabbis in various cities. His son-in-law was the renowned Holy Gaon Rabbi ChuneHalberstam of Kaloshitz. 


[1], 79, 89 leaves. 31 cm. 

Some stains, new beautiful leather binding. Very good condition.  


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