A. Pesak Din about a debt claim and taking an oath. By the Beit Din of Smorgon. Signed by two Dayanim: Rabbi Meir ben Rabbi Natan and Rabbi Meir ben Rabbi Menachem.
The city of Smorgon is a city in the Grodno Region of Belarus. It was known as an important Jewish center in the area of Vilnius, Lithuania since the 17th century until the Holocaust. It was well-known due to two leading rabbis who lived there: Rabbi Menashe Ilya, who was a disciple of the Vilnius Gaon and the rabbi of the city and Rabbi Avraham Yitzchak Ha'Cohen Kook, who studied there for a significant amount of time.
A leaf folded into two, one written page.
Condition: Good. Greenish paper.
B. Correspondence handwritten and signed between Rabbi Mordechai Shorenstein, the Rabbi of Copenhagen and rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kosolowitz, the Rabbi of Tiktin. Their correspondence is written on one leaf. The subject: a Jew who came to Copenhagen from Tiktin and asks to marry claiming he is single.
Condition: Very Good.