Letter by R. Solomon Abraham Rzechte, Ozorkow 1882 (46414)

מכתב מה"ר שלמה אברהם רזעכטע, במ"ס בכורי שלמה - Manuscript - Hasidic

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Lot Number: 46414
Title (English): Letter by R. Solomon Abraham Rzechte
Title (Hebrew): מכתב מה"ר שלמה אברהם רזעכטע, במ"ס בכורי שלמה
Note: Manuscript - Hasidic
City: Ozorkow
Publication Date: 1882
Estimated Price: $2,000.00 USD - $5,000.00 USD


Physical Description

[1] p., 276:218 mm., light age staining, creased on folds, ink on paper, neat Ashkenazic script, signed and dated.


Detail Description

Letter by R. Solomon Abraham b. Daniel Zeev Rzechte (1843-1928). He was born and resided in Ozorkow. An erudite scholar, he responded to halakhic inquiries from all over the globe. His responsa work on all four sections of the Shulhan Arukh, Bikhurei Shlomo (2 parts, Piotrkow & Warsaw, 1894 & 1931) carries the approbations of the generation's leading Hasidic, Sephardic, and Mitnagdim rabbis. Among the approbators are R. Raphael Meir ben Yehuda Panigel (1804–1893) the Sephardi chief rabbi of Jerusalem R. Jacob Saul b. Eliezer Jeroham Elyashar (1817–1906), Sephardi chief rabbi of Erez Israel (rishon le-Zion)., R. Hayyim Hezekiah b. Raphael Elijah Medini (1832–1904), author of Sdei Hemed, R. Samuel Salant (1816–1909) chief rabbi of Jerusalem and one of the foremost 19th-century rabbis in Jerusalem, Admor of Sochaczev, R. Hanokh Heinokh b. Samuel Borenstein (1896-1965). R. Isreal Joshua Trunk of Kutna, R. Jehiel Danziger (1913–1942), Rebbe of Alexander, R. Isaac Elhanan Spektor (1817–1896) of Kovno, R. Joseph Dov (Baer) Soloveitchik of Brisk, R. Naphtali Zevi Judah Berlin (ha-Neziv 1817–1893), and many others.


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