72 132 KOL BO. [“Omnia in Eo:” compendium of Jewish Law]. (Attributed to Aaron HaKohen of Lunel). Second edition. ff. 164. Leaves provided in facsimile: ff. 1-13, 16-18, 88, 158-164. Closely trimmed, many marginal repairs with loss of text. Modern blind-tooled morocco. Folio. [Vinograd, Const. 120; Mehlman 745.] Constantinople, (Yom Tov b. Raphael Zichri), 1519. $2000-3000 133 KOL BO. [“Omnia in Eo:” compendium of Jewish Law]. (Attributed to Aaron HaKohen of Lunel). Third edition. Title with prominent printers mark depicting the Tower of Rimini on title (Yaari, Hebrew Printers Marks, no. 6). Initial letters of opening word within white-on-black decorative vignettes surrounded by historiated engraved border. Signatures on title-page. AN ATTRACTIVE, WIDE-MARGINED COPY. ff. 164. Censor’s signatures at end, occasional staining, title page neatly remargined. Modern calf. Housed in custom slip-case. Folio. [Vinograd, Rimini 7.] Rimini, Gershom Soncino, 1525-26. $8000-12,000 ❧ Exhibited by the Pierpont Morgan Library, see their catalogue: Hebraica from the Valmadonna Trust (1989) no. 25. Because of the pernicious activity of the Dominicans, the printer Soncino had been forced to leave Pesaro. The City of Rimini offered hospitality and enabled Sonico to resume printing there. In gratitude he adopted as his bookmark the Tower of Rimini, flanking it with a motto from Proverbs “A Tower of Strength is the Lord; in it shall Run the Righteous and be Saved” - this was the very first Hebrew printer’s mark to appear in Italy. See Amram, The Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy, p.130. Lot 133