Auction 129 Shavuot sale. Chabad, Belongings of Tzaddikim, Manuscripts, Rabbinical letters and Rare books
May 11, 2021
Israel
 3 Shatner Center 1st Floor Givat Shaul Jerusalem
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LOT 19:

Zamir Aritzim - Group of [3] Polemic Books Opposing the Chassidim. Among the Sharp Works by Ephraim Dinard

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Zamir Aritzim - Group of [3] Polemic Books Opposing the Chassidim. Among the Sharp Works by Ephraim Dinard


* Zamir Aritzim HaRishon "As has almost never been seen by anyone on Earth" (text on the title page). Reprinted, with a preface by Ephraim Dinard. Kearny, New Jersey, at the author's press, 1904.

8, 43 pp. 22 cm.


This is the second edition of the first book in history written against the Chassidim, including the text of the excommunication! Rare work of enormous historic importance. With the sharp foreword by Ephraim Dinard. Naturally, the books have been methodically destroyed by the Chassidim over the years. As a result, they are extremely rare.


* Megaleh Ephah or Tochachat Meguleh - quarrel among the Jews with the rabbis and Chassidim of our times ... by ... R' Yitzchak Ber Levinson, and at the end, some words from the book Shu"t Zichron Yosef [Furth, 1773] by the gaon R' Yosef Steinhardt about the ways of the Chassidim, with an introduction by the publisher, Ephraim Dinard. [3], 28 pp. 22 cm.


* Cherev Chadah - Written in German by Rabbi Yisrael Label, assistant rabbi in Novordhok, and translated into Hebrew by Ephraim Dinard. Accompanied at the end by an abbreviated Sefer Zot Torat HaKana'ut, which is found in manuscript at Oxford, with a lengthy foreword by the translator. Kearny, New Jersey, at the author's press, 1904.

Polemic work opposing the Chassidim. 12, 24 pp. 22 cm.


Refer to the Hebrew catalog text for a brief bibliography of the book Zamir Aritzim and a brief biography of the author, Ephraim Dinard.


Overall fine-very fine condition: Restored tears (in Zamir Aritzim). Identical beautiful bindings.


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