Catalog der Bibliothek, Berlin 1863 (48407)

אוהל יששכר - Only Edition

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Lot Number: 48407
Title (English): Catalog der Bibliothek
Title (Hebrew): אוהל יששכר
Note: Only Edition
City: Berlin
Publisher: A. Asher & Comp.
Publication Date: 1863
Estimated Price: $200.00 USD - $500.00 USD
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Physical Description:

Only edition, [1], 118, [1]; [4], 160, [1], LI, [1] pp., octavo 214:130 mm., wide margins, light age staining. A good copy bound in contemporary boards, rubbed and split.

 

Detailed Description:   

Catalog of the library of Bernhard Beer (1801–1861), German scholar, community leader, and bibliophile. For nearly 30 years Beer served as head of the Dresden Jewish community and its schools. He founded various charitable organizations, and in 1829 joined in establishing a Mendelssohn Society for the furtherance of scholarship, art, and trades among Jewish youth. Through his writings and personal active efforts, Beer was able to wage an eventually successful struggle for the civic equality of the Jews in Saxony. Although he observed traditional practice and was emotionally attached to Jewish customs, Beer rejected Orthodoxy intellectually and aesthetically in favor of moderate reforms, especially in liturgy. He was the first Jew to give a German sermon in a Dresden synagogue. Beer's religious views were similar to those of his close friend, Zacharias Frankel. Nevertheless the reformers Geiger and Holdheim also accorded him respect and admiration, and Beer was regarded as a mediating influence between the proponents of tradition and those of reform. Beer wrote numerous scholarly articles and reviews which appeared in Frankel's Zeitschrift and Monatsschrift as well as in Orient, Kerem Hemed, and other journals. His books include Das Buch der Jubilaeen und sein Verhaeltniss zu den Midraschim (1856), Juedische Literaturbriefe (1857), and Leben Abrahams nach Auffassung der juedischen Sage (1859). He also translated into German, with additions, Solomon Munk's La Philosophie chez les Juifs (Leipzig, 1852). The extensive and valuable library which Beer acquired during his lifetime was divided after his death between the Breslau Seminary and the University of Leipzig, where Beer received his doctorate in 1834.

Added title page: Catalog der Bibliothek des sel. Herrn Dr. Bernhard Beer in Dresden. Herausgegeben von G. Wolf.

 

Hebrew Description:   

כולל רשימת הספרים של החכם המנוח מהור"ר יששכר המכונה דוקטור בעער בדרעזדען. הוציא לאור גרשון המכונה דוקטור וואלף בווינא ...

הספירה השניה כוללת רשימת הספרים הלועזיים והקדמה מאת המוציא לאור בגרמנית.

 

Reference:   

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000113599; EJ