Babylonian Talmud, Shevu'ot, Horayot, Eduyyot, Avot, Avot R. N.,Zhitomir 1858-59 (47217)

תלמוד בבלי - שבועות הוריות, עדיות, אבות, אבדר"נ - Hasidic- REGAL

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Lot Number: 47217
Title (English): Babylonian Talmud, Shevu'ot, Horayot, Eduyyot, Avot, Avot R. N.
Title (Hebrew): שבועות הוריות, עדיות, אבות, אבדר"נ
Note: Hasidic - Regal Paper
City: Zhitomir
Publisher: Hanina Lipa and Joshua Heschel Shapira
Publication Date: 1858-59
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description

Two titles, 2-72, 287-332; 19; 66, 45 ff. folio, 380:238 mm., wide margins, usual light age and damp staining. A very good copy bound in contemporary leather over boards, rubbed and spine torn.

Heavy Regal paper.

 

Detail Description

Several tractates of the famous hasidic edition of the Talmud. In 1847 the Shapira printing press was established in Zhitomir by the three brothers Hanina Lipa, Aryeh Leib, and Joshua Heschel Shapira, sons of R. Samuel Abraham Abba Shapira, the printer in Slavuta. Until 1862 this was one of the only two Hebrew presses the Russian government permitted to operate in the whole of Russia, the other being in Vilna. This press had 18 hand presses and four additional large presses. In 1851 Aryeh Leib broke away and established his own printing press in Zhitomir. In these two establishments only sacred books of every kind were printed.

 

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