50 89 (HAGADAH). The Avignon (1765) Hagadah. Facsimile edition. ONE OF 25 NUMBERED COPIES PRINTED ENTIRELY ON VELLUM. Illustrated throughout. Rebound in tree-calf, with slip-case. Sm. folio. London, 1984. $600-900 ❧ A Hagadah extracted from the Avignon Machzor entitled “Seder HaKuntress,” this facsimile edition was issued by the London bibliophile J. Schwarcz. This copy, signed by the publisher, is marked “No. 1.” 90 HALEVI, JOSHUA OF TLEMCEN. Halichoth Olam [Talmudic methodology, with commentary to the Thirteen Divine Attributes of Mercy]. Introduction by Shmuel HaNaggid. Printer’s device on title (Yaari, Hebrew Printers Marks, no. 26). ff. 38. Trace wormed, some foxing, signed by censors at end. Modern blind-tooled maroon morocco. Sm. 4to. [Vinograd, Sabbioneta 52.] Sabbioneta , Vincenzo Conti, 1567. $400-600 91 HALPERIN, JACOB. Nachlath Ya’akov [responsa] FIRST EDITION. Title within six-part woodcut border embellished with floral motifs. With the approbation of R. Isaiah Horowitz - the Shalo”h HaKadosh. ff. 53. Previous owner’s marks, lightly worn and stained. Modern crushed morocco tooled in gilt. Sm. 4to. [Vinograd, Padua 4.] Padua, Gasparo Crivellari, 1622-23. $500-700 ❧ An important work of responsa containing a wealth of contemporary information. The author corresponded with some of the greatest rabbis of his generation including the Shalo”h, Levush, Simcha Luzzatto of Venice, and others (see listing on f. 2r). Lot 91 Lot 90 Lot 89