59 137 (GR A M M A R , H E BR E W ). Ludov ico Saint Franciscus. Globus Canonum et Arcanorum Linguae Sanctae ac Divinae Scripturae. FIRST EDITION. Title within architectural arch, cartouches of literary motifs. Numerous grammatical charts throughout the work. Much use of Hebrew. pp. (36), 937, (50). Lightly browned, previous owner’s stamps. Later vellum. Thick 4to. Rome, Bartholomes de Grassis, 1586. $500 - $700 138 (GR A MM A R, HEBR EW ). Jean Cinqarbres (Quinquarboreus). De Re Grammatica Hebraeorum Opus - De notis Hebræorum. Two parts in one. Separate title-pages each with woodcut printer’s device. Learned marginalia in beginning of work. pp. 270; 96. Browned and dampstained. Later limp vellum, worn. 4to. Paris, Martinum Juvenem, 1582. $400 - $600 Lot 137 Lot 138 Lot 139 Lot 140 139 (HAGADAH). Haggadah. Seder in the Marianas. Passover 5705-1945. Illustrated. Text in Hebrew and English. pp. 17. Original pictorial wrappers. Slim 8vo. [Yudlov 3943; Yaari 2319.] Mariana Islands (West Pacific Ocean), 949th Engr Avn Topo Co, 1945. $1200 - $1800 ❧ The verso of the title reads: “Adapted for use at the Passover Seder for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines-Pacific Forward Area. Officiating Chaplains: David I. Cedarbaum, AUS; Philip Lipis, USNR; Elihu Rickle, USNR.” Thus, this historic Hagadah was a joint venture of an Australian Jewish chaplain, Cedarbaum, and Lipis and Rickle of the US Naval Reserve. See Philip S. Bernstein, Jewish Chaplains in World War II in: American Jewish Year Book, Vol. 47 (1945-6), pp. 190, 194. By April 1945, the war in Europe had ended with Allied victory, but the Pacific Theater was yet to see its deadliest days. The final land battle of World War II took place a mere 350 miles from mainland Japan, on the island of Okinawa, which, by the time it was finally secured in June of 1945, 12,000 US soldiers and Navy personnel lay dead, and more than 36,000 wounded. 140(HAGADAH). The David Moss Hagadah: “A Song of David. - Hagadat Shir Hama’alot LeDavid.” ONE OF 500 NUMBERED COPIES. Two volumes. Text and Detailed Commentary. Signed and numbered by the artist on colophons. Historiated initials, micrography, arabesque decoration, paper-cut artistry, tiles of geometric patterns and many other creative flights of fancy throughout. Original calf and linen boards within slip-case. Folio. Verona, Stamperia Valdonega for Bet Alpha Editions, 1987. $3000 - $5000 ❧ THE DAVID MOSS HAGADAH. A most creative production whose artistic innovations were entirely inspired by religious and historic sources. A magnificent bibliophilic achievement.