23 47 FIGO, AZARIAH. Gedulei Terumah. FIRST EDITION. Title within architectural border. ff. (6), 382. Title laid down, stained in places with occasional minimal worming, few paper repairs, final leaves crudely remargined, previous owner’s marks. Modern full morocco. Folio. [Vinograd, Venice 1255; Mehlman 858.] Venice, Vendramin, 1643. $500 - $700 ❧ A valuable commentary to Samuel Sardi’s Sepher HaTerumah, the first Halachic work devoted solely to civil law. 48 GALANTE, ABRAHAM. Kol Bochim… Kinath Setarim [Kabbalistic commentary to the Book of Lamentations, with text]. First separate edition with additional material, including an annotated commentary from the Zohar. Browned and stained, few neat marginal repairs, previous owner’s marks, small loss to outer corner of title. Bound in Valmadonna-custom calf- backed marbled boards. [Vinograd, Prague 298; Mehlman 1060.] Prague, Moses ben Bezalel Katz, 1621. $700 - $900 ❧ Brother and pupil of R. Moshe Galante, R. Abraham (d. 1560) settled in Safed as did his brother. Both were disciples of R. Moses Cordovero. R. Abraham distinguished himself among his brethren, earning the appellation “HaKadosh.” Due to his wealth he had the means to erect a splendid mausoleum over the tomb of R. Shimon b’r Yochai admired to this day in the hills of Meron. Lot 48 Lot 47