Auction 24 Auction No. 24 A special auction of Judaica details and rare and important Hasidic books from a private collection
Jul 31, 2019 (Your local time)
 Harav Kook Street 10 Bnei Brak

Auction no. 24

Will take place on Wednesday 28 Tamuz 5769 

31 July. 2019 

In the Achim Center of Rabbi Akiva st. 86, Bnei Brak 

At 20:00 Israel time  

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LOT 029:

Lot of 2 books from the books of Rav of Ada, Rabbi Mordechai Eliezer Weber—Etz Avot and Temurat Todah, Jerusalem 1887.

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$ 180
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By Rabbi Mordechai Eliezer Weber, the Rav of Ada, who published pamphlets on halacha and wrote polemical introductions to all of his other books, with many details on the situation of the Jewish people in Hungary and Jerusalem, in the 2nd half of the 19th century.
1. Temurat Todah, on Masechet Temurah—Jerusalem 1887. [4] 34 pages. Stains. Generally very good condition.
2. Etz Avot, second section, exegesis on Agadetah of Masechet Archin and on Pirkei Avot—Jerusalem 1887. [1] ,20, [1] pages. Many stains and tears at the bottom of pages, signs of moisture. Generally ok to good condition.
Two books bound with soft binding, new and simple. Both have endorsements of the Maharil Diskin and the Admor Rabbi Shlomo Halberstam (the First) of Babov. Rabbi Mordechai Eliezer Weber (1822-1892) was the son of Rabbi David of Paterovosla, hy”d. A student of the Divrei Haim of Sanz. Served in the rabbinate of various communities in Hungary, moved to Jerusalem in 1875 apprxoimately. His interesting books often feature polemical writings against those who disagree with the psaks of his teacher, the Divrei Haim.

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