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The Five Scrolls: Hebrew Texts, English Translations, Introductions,  And New Liturgies

The Five Scrolls: Hebrew Texts, English Translations, Introductions, And New Liturgies

Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket

NY: CCAR Press. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1984. First Edition. Hardcover. Folio 13" - 23" tall; Blue cloth, xiii, 383p. **Design and color illustrations by Leonard Baskin. Edited by H. N. Bronstein & A. H. Friedlander. This copy inscribed: "for ..., with the affection of his old friend, Leonard, 1985." With the recipients large book plate of a rhino by Baskin.; Signed by Illustrator .


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