Collection of prayer books printed in the years 1768 - 1904
1. Large size Machzor for Chazanim ( Cantors). Altona 1826.
2. Refuat Hanefesh,
“Order of the confession…and all of the requests of an ill person and prayers for the visitors…and laws of "Aninut"…and added to these are the prayers and requests of the members of the Chevra Kadisha on their day of fasting on Erev Rosh Chodesh Adar.”
Hebrew, Yiddish, and Deutch.
Original binding, cover slightly detached. A good sound copy.
3.Tefilla Zaka.From the Sefer Chayei Adam, laws of Yom Kippur.
Hebrew with German translation.
[German in Hebrew letters]
Unbound, a very good sound copy
4. Sabbath evenings at home. by Miriam Mendes Belisario
Familiar conversations on the Jewish religion, its spirit, and observances.
In two parts Part 1. Revised by Rev. D. A. De Sola,
Original cover, spine lacking and detached. A good sound copy.
5. Prayer book for Jewish women in German.
Stamp of the Natzi archive in Offenbach.
Original binding, title detached. A very good copy.
6. Machzor Rosh ha-Shannah, Part II.
Liturgy for the second day of Rosh HaShannah following the rites of Ashkenaz with Yiddish-German translation. and Hadarat Kodesh.
Printed by the widow and children of Yaakov Propus in Amsterdam. Amsterdam, 1768.
Original leather binding, A good sound copy.
7. Machzor L'Yom Kippur
For evening and day of Yom Kippur. Separate Illustrated title page for each day.
Printed by David son of the late Yaakov Propus in Amsterdam 1828
Original leather binding, front page missing top left corner, first title ripped affecting text. Otherwise a good sound copy.
8. Siddur Beis Yehuda, According to the Ashkenazi rite.With the commentary "Ohr Chadosh".
With a Yiddish translation.
Compiled and organized by Yehudah Leib ben Meir Gordon.
Original binding, A good sound copy.
9. Machzor for Rosh Hashana, Sephardic rite (Ladino).
Volume 2, Vienna. 1867.
Original cover, some pages had holes but were professionally restored. A fair sound copy.