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Shenei Ofarim (two fawns), R. Zevi Hirsch ben David Teomim, Prague 1825

שני עפרים - Only Edition - The copy of R. Moshe Herzfeld

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  • Lot Number 53889
  • Title (English) Shenei Ofarim (two fawns)
  • Title (Hebrew) שני עפרים
  • Note Only Edition - The copy of R. Moshe Herzfeld
  • Author R. Zevi Hirsch ben David Teomim of Kittsee
  • City Prague
  • Publisher Scholl & Landau
  • Publication Date 1825
  • Estimated Price - Low 500
  • Estimated Price - High 1,000

  • Item # 2483278
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Physical Description

Only edition, quarto, [8], 49, [7] ff. 225:182 mm., light age staining, printed on heavy stock, old hands on endpaper and title, wide margins. A very good copy bound in contemporary boards, rubbed.

The copy of R. Moshe Herzfeld, rabbi in in Presburg and Serdehel, disciple of the Chatam Sofer.

רבי משה הרצפלד (תקפ"ג-תרמ"ג) תלמיד החתם סופר ובנו הכת"ס. חתן רבי מאיר בלוי מסערדאוהל. משנת תר"ח כיהן כרב בפרשבורג ואח"כ רב בסערדאוהל שם שימש כרב ומו"צ דחברת תורת חסד והריבץ תורה לתלמידים.  (החתם סופר ותלמידיו עמ' שמט).

 

Detail Description 

On Title:  religioese Betrachtungen fuer die ... Festtage von Hirsch Brod, Rabbiner in Kitzee in Ungarn...

Homiletics by R. Zevi Hirsch ben David Teomim. 

R. Zevi Hirsch ben David Teomim Brod (d. 1820) was a talmudic sage and scholar, disciple of the Chatam Sofer. His father resided in Hungary – Brod from which the family takes its name. After marrying R. Zevi Hirsch continued to learn while living in the home of his father-in-law, the philanthropist R. Jacob Bak until he was offered the position of rabbi in Szenice. In 1780, he was selected to be rabbi of  Kittsee (Kopcseny), Hungary, where he served for about forty years and also headed a yeshivah. When a Hebrew press was founded in Vienna  R. Zevi Hirsch hoped to print his works but  lacked the means to do so; they were only published posthumously. Erez Zevi and Te’omei Zeviyyah (pt. 1, Vienna, 1823; pt. 2, Presburg, 1846) the first of his works to be published, was ready for publication by 1814. He also wrote Shenei Ofarim (Prague, 1825), sermons, published by his son Aaron.

 

Hebrew Description

.. דברי המוסר ומאמרי’ דרושים ... חלק ראשון ... לראש השנה, י"כ, עשרת ימי תשובה, סכות ושמחת תורה, לחנוכה, פרשת שקלים, זכר ופרה, ולפורים ... אשר חברתי ... צבי הירש ברודא, חונה פה קיצע ...

 דף [3]: דברי בן המחבר, ר’ יעקב.

דף מח,ב-מט: דבר הלכה מה ששמעתי מפי ... מו"ה שמואל לנדא נ"י בהיותי פה [פראג] בחג הסוכות.

References

Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000113998; Talmudei Hatam Sofer p. 349.