23 39 (BIBLE, Hebrew). Chamisha Chumshei Torah [-end]. Title within architectural arch. Divisional titles. ff. 369, 124. Aside from early inscriptions, a bright copy. Later limp vellum, worn. Housed in modern crushed morocco solander-case. 4to. [Vinograd, Venice 432 (erroneous format recorded).] Venice, Giustiniani-Adelkind, 1551-52. $1500-2000 ❧ ACCOMPANIED BY: Haphtaroth: ff. (46), final leaf with printer’s device provided in facsimile. [Vinograd, Venice 415]. BOUND WITH: Five Scrolls: ff. 129-144, final leaf with printer’s device supplied from another copy. Fore-edges worn, some staining. Venice, Giustiniani-Adelkind, 1551. 39 (BIBLE, Hebrew). Chamisha Chumshei Torah [-end]. Title within architectural arch. Divisional titles. ff. 369, 124. Aside from early inscriptions, a bright copy. Later limp vellum, worn. Housed in modern crushed morocco solander-case. 4to. [Vinograd, Venice 432 (erroneous format recorded).] Venice, Giustiniani-Adelkind, 1551-52. ❧ ACCOMPANIED BY: Haphtaroth: ff. (46), final leaf with printer’s device provided in facsimile [Vinograd, Venice 415]. BOUND WITH: Five Scrolls: ff. 129-144, final leaf with printer’s device supplied from another copy. Fore-edges worn, some staining. Venice, Giustiniani-Adelkind, 1551. 40 (BIBLE, Yiddish. Pentateuch, Haphtaroth, Megiloth). Chamishah Chumshei Torah. Yiddish text with a paraphrase of Rashi’s commentary. Edited by Yehudah ben Moshe Naphtali. Printed in wayber-taytsch type. Initial words of portions within woodcut borders. ff. 160 (2), title-page supplied in facsimile, mispaginated. Stained, several leaves remargined, stamp at end. Modern blind-tooled amber calf. Folio. [Vinograd, Cremona 29; Benayahu, Cremona 25; see Darlow & Moule (noted not listed) following no. 4483.] Cremona, Vincenzo Conti, 1560. $2000-3000 ❧ THE EARLIEST APPEARANCE OF RASHI’S COMMENTARY TO THE CHUMASH IN THE YIDDISH LANGUAGE. See E. Fram, Some Preliminary Observations on the First Published Translation of Rashi’s Commentary on the Pentateuch in Yiddish (Cremona, 1560) in: HUCA, Vol. 86 (2015) pp. 305-42. 41 (BIBLE, Polyglot). Mishlei Shlomo - Proverbia Solomonis. Edited by Johann Drach. Interlinear arrangement of text into Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin and German, with grammatical and other notes. Title-page in black and red, ff. 25-26 printed in red, large woodcut of King Solomon on f. 30v, portrait of the editor opposite f.1. ff. (4), 118. Title and closing leaves browned, stamps removed from title. Later vellum-backed marbled boards. Tall folio. [Vinograd, Wittenberg 10; Darlow & Moule 1420 iv.] Wittenberg, Johannes Crato, 1564. $500-700 ❧ Handsome production incorporating a striking Hebrew typeface. Lot 39 Lot 39