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KOL HARAMAZ. AMSTERDAM 1719. FIRST EDITION, WITH MANUSCRIPT DEDICATION BY RABBI YAAKOV MOSHE LOWENSTAM, RABBI ...
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KOL HARAMAZ. AMSTERDAM 1719. FIRST EDITION, WITH MANUSCRIPT DEDICATION BY RABBI YAAKOV MOSHE LOWENSTAM, RABBI OF AMSTERDAM.
Kol Haramaz, commentary on the Mishna and its standard commentaries, by the famous gaon and cabbalist Rabbi Moshe Zaccuto, Rabbi of Venice and Mantua.
Approbations of Rabbi Shlomo Ayalon, Rabbi Avraham Berlin, Rabbi David Oppenheim, Rabbi Yaakov HaCohen of Prague – author of Shev Yaakov, Rabbi Yaakov Reisher of Prague and others.
Amsterdam 1719. First Edition.
Manuscript dedication inscription on title page, in fine Rashi script, by Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Lowenstam, ‘gift to the learned bridegroom Avraham Katz, son of the famous katzin R. Baruch Bendet, parnes umanhig of the province of Geilich, on the occasion of his marriage. [signed] Yaakov Moshe, son of the great gaon of his generation Rabbi Shaul Av Beth Din of Amsterdam’, as well as another inscription confirming that ‘this book was received as a wedding gift from the great gaon ...’
Rabbi Yaakov Moshe Lowenstam (1744-1815), Son of Rabbi Shaul ABD Amsterdam and son-in-law of his uncle – Rabbi Tzvi Hirsh ABD Berlin. Rabbi of Vilehn, and Amsterdam (from 1793).
4, 170 pp. 15.5 x 21 cm. Good condition. Old binding.