Gebete der Juden.

AUCTION 1 | Thursday, November 14th, 1996 at 1:00
Fine Judaica: Books, Manuscripts and Works of Art

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Lot 216

Gebete der Juden.

Translated into Judeo-German with annotations by David Friedlaender. Two parts in one (second part, commentary to Ethics of Fathers, with text). * ACCOMPANIED BY: Gebete der Juden. FIRST EDITION. Engraved Hebrew and Yiddish title pages. Together 2 volumes. Both browned, contemporary calf and boards, upper covers loose, rubbed. 8vo Vinograd, Amsterdam 2356; Berlin 348

Amsterdam, : Solomon Proops 1807; and Berlin, Chanoch Ne’arim, 1786

Est: $150 - $200
The Gebete der Juden represents the first German translation (in Hebrew characters) of the prayer-book. The 1786 edition is described as the second part of “Tephiloth Yisrael” an edition of the prayers containing grammatical notes by Isaac Satanow. See S.C. Reif, Judaism and Hebrew Prayer (1993) p.262.