Talmud Bavli - Several Tractates, Kapust 1826 (48793)

תלמוד בבלי - מסכת בכורות, ערכין, תמורה, כריתות - Hasidic

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Lot Number: 48793
Title (English): Talmud Bavli - Several Tractates
Title (Hebrew): תלמוד בבלי - מסכת בכורות, ערכין, תמורה, כריתות
Note: Hasidic - Habad
City: Kopys (Kapust)
Publisher: Judah b. Israel Jaffa - Slavin
Publication Date: 1826
Estimated Price: $500.00 USD - $1,000.00 USD
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Description

Physical Description

80; 36; 35; 30 ff., large folio, 382:230 mm., extra wide margins, age and damp, use staining, blue paper. A good copy bound in later boards, rubbed.

Vinograd: no or incomplete copies in NLI.

 

Detail Description

Printed by Judah son of Israel Jaffe, a disciple of R. Menahem Mendel of Vitebsk and R. Shneur Zalman of Lyady. Jaffe is known for his printing the first editions of many Hasidic works of the Besht and the Ba'al ha-Tanya. Not all tractates were printed, as the Slavuta edition appeared at the same time and offered a nicer copy with more commentaries, eventually resulting in the bankruptcy of the Jaffe printing house. The final tractates were printed by Slavin who acquired the press.

 

References

Vinograd 118; 124; 125; 120