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KABBALAH FIRST EDITION – Amarot Tehorot, five articles from the book Asarah Ma’amarot by Rabbi Menachem Azaria – the Rama of Fano. With the Yad Yehuda commentary, First Edition, by Rabbi Yehuda Leib of Magentza. Frankfurt am Main, 1698. Illustrated title page.

On the title page is a signature: “
Yosef Pinzi H”Y” and also another calligraphic signature, presumably the handwriting signature of the Gaon Rabbi Yosef Pinzi, author of “Vayelaket Yosef.”

Another signature on title page “
Dovid Hakatan Emrich” is the signature of Rabbi Dovid, son of Gumpil Emrich of Vienna, a member of the Nickelsburg Rabbinical Court during the time of the “Noda BiYehudah, ” and one of the rabbis who wrote an endorsement on the sefer “Maamar Mordechai” and on the dreadful incident with a Dibuk, stated in the “Kuntres HaRuach” (published in 1785).

Additional signatures include “
Yekusiel, also known as Zalman Herzfeld.”

Rabbi Yosef Pinzi Mesaryo (passed away in 1850) served as the Rabbi of the city of Belgrade. Despite being a Sephardic sage, he often referenced the works of the great Chasidic masters in his writings. In his sefer “Vayelaket Yosef, ” he extensively quotes from the seforim of the disciples of the Baal Shem Tov, such as Keser Shem Tov, Tzofnas Paneach, Siduro Shel Shabbos, Likutei Moharan, and Or HaGanuz. In his later years, he immigrated to Eretz Yisroal and settled in Chevron, where he passed away.

[2], 173; 98 leaves. Good to fair condition, stained, some signs of wear.