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Kedushat Aharon, R. Aaron b. Israel Friedman, Warsaw 1913

קדושת אהרן - First Edition - Hasidic - Dedication by Admor of Sadgora

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  • Lot Number 54568
  • Title (English) Kedushat Aharon
  • Title (Hebrew) קדושת אהרן
  • Note First Edition - Hasidic - Dedication by R. Mordecai Shalom Joseph Friedmann
  • Author R. Aaron ben Israel Friedman
  • City Warsaw
  • Publisher Jacob Joseph Wagmeister
  • Publication Date 1913
  • Estimated Price - Low 300
  • Estimated Price - High 600

  • Item # 2640171
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Physical Description

First edition. 158, 6-14 pp., quarto, 275:190 mm. , wide margins, age & damp staining. A good copy bound in contemporary cloth over boards, rubbed..

With handwritten signed dedication in ink on title verso by R. Mordecai Shalom Joseph Friedmann (1897–1979), Admor of Sadgora. He was the last Admor of the Sadgora dynasty who, after serving as admor in Sadgora and Przemzyl, settled in Tel Aviv in 1939. He was the author of Keneset Mordekhai.


Detail Description

Hasidic commentary on the Torah by R. Aaron ben Israel Friedman of Sadgora (1877-1912) Sadgora is a branch of Rizhyn Hassidut. R. Aaron succeeded his father as the Admor of Sadgora upon the death of R. Israel. He was known for his great Torah and for having a beautiful voice.The title, place, and date of printing are in red, the remainder of the text on the title page in black. There is approbations from R. Mordecai Shalom Joseph ben Aaron of Sadgora, son of the author. The text follows, in a single column, in rabbinic letters, excluding headers and initial words. The first word of biblical books is enclosed in a decorative frame. Within the text entries are headed by the date on which R. Aaron said his Torah. There are also entries for festivals and for less usual occasions, such as after bedikat hametz (the search for leaven).


Hebrew Description

על התורה ... אמרות... מפה... אדומו"ר... אהרן... אשר מילא מקום אביו כ"ק אדומו"ר... ישראל... אשר מ"כ בסאדיגורא...

בשער: לפרט א'ה'ר'ן' ק'ד'ו'ש' ד'' [תר"ע !]. מעבר לשער: דפוס (אותיות קיריליות) הסכמה (ניתנה לר' שלום יוסף [פרידמאן] האבד"ק יוזעפאף , שהוציא את הספר): ר' מרדכי שלום יוסף ב"ר אהרן (בן המחבר), סאדוגורא, יב סיון [תרע"ג].



Bibliography of the Hebrew Book 1470-1960 #000159314; Alfasi Hassidut p. 40 n. 30z; BE kof 101