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MACHSOR TOM II

by (judaica)

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Wien 1866 Verlag v. Adolf Knöpflmacher's Buchhandlung. In Hebrew with a few pages in German. 12mo., about 300pp. (paginated in parts), boards with cloth spine. Owner signed in Hebrew and German. Good, hinges cracked. .
  • Bookseller: Xerxesbooks US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: a62355
  • Title: MACHSOR TOM II
  • Author: (judaica)
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Keywords: judaica, german pre1900
  • Bookseller catalogs: judaica, german;


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