31 69 JACOB BEN ASHER. Arba’ah Turim [“Four Columns” - Code of Law] DELUXE COPY, PRINTED ENTIRELY ON BLUE PAPER. Title within elaborate architectural arch. This copy with the two rare leaves containing calculations pertaining to the calendar inserted between ff. 53-54. Plus manuscript leaf in a clear Ashkenazi hand dated 1686 at the end of Yoreh Deah (f. 66b) with formula and explanations, in the form of two hands, used to calculate the various Tekufoth. ff. 6, 9-53, (2), 54-80, 1-66, 1-42, 1-104. Variously stained in places, outer margin of title trimmed and neatly repaired with small portion of border added in pen-and-ink. Bound in Valmadonna-custom chestnut calf decorated in blind and with gilt accents, spine titled in gilt. Folio. [Vinograd, Riva di Trento 18.] Riva Di Trento, Joseph Ottolenghi, 1560. $5000 - $7000 ❧ RARE, BIBLIOPHILIC EDITION. PRINTED ON BLUE PAPER. A fundamental Halachic treatise embracing all the laws and customs incumbent both on an individual and the community as a whole. The overriding authority of the Arba’ah Turim has been accepted by rabbinic scholars for centuries. See Treasures of the Valmadonna Trust Library - Otzroth Ya’akov, Colored Paper no. 18. Lot 69 70 JAFFE, MORDECHAI. Levushim [elucidations and novellea to the Shulchan Aruch]. Two (of four) parts bound in one volume: Even Ha’ezer: Levush Butz Ve’argaman ff. 87. * Choshen Mishpat: Levush Ir Shushan ff. 162, (2). Two titles, each with architectural arch. Wide margins. Stained in places. Bound in Valmadonna-custom full mahogany calf, spine titled in gilt. Tall folio. [Vinograd, Venice 1122 and 1125.] Venice, Giovanni Calioni, 1620. $500 - $700 ❧ A Halachic work issued as a “midway between two extremes: the lengthy Beith Yoseph of Karo on the one hand, and the Shulchan Aruch with Isserles’ Mapah, which was too brief, on the other.” EJ, IX cols. 1263-4. Lot 70