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Abraham ben Jacob, Engraver
Passover Haggadah/Seder hagadah shel pesah
Amsterdam : Asher Anshel and Issachar Ber for Moses Wesel, 1695
The religious ceremonies and customs of the several nations of the known world: represented in above an hundred copper-plates, designed by the famous Picart. Together with historical explanations, and several curious dissertaions
London : Printed for Nicholas Prevost, 1731-1739. [Volumes 1-3 (1731)
"Designed by the famous Picart...Printed for Nicolas Prevost; vol4 (1735) "All beautifully designed by Mr. Bernard Picart...Printed by James Bettenham for Claude Du Bosc" ; vol5 (1736) & vol6 (1737)
Sefer ha-Minhagim
Amsterdam : Published by Shelomoh Levi Maduro, bookseller &[#8220;mokher sefarim”], and printed by Leb Soesman, 528 [ca. 1767 or 1768]
[Tefilah] kol ha-shanah ke-minhag k"k Ashkenazim
Silver Binding
Venetsiyah [ Venice ]: Bragadina, 1793
Mark Wischnitzer, Literary Editor, with David. Bergelson and Der Nister; Rachel Wischnitzer-Bernstein, Art Editor
Milgroym-Rimon
Berlin : Rimon, c1922-c1924
The Rothschild Miscellany
Originally illuminated at the workshops of Bonifacio Bembo and Cristoforo De Predis, 15th century Northern Italy
London : Linda and Michael Falter, Facsimile Editions, London ; Jerusalem : Israel Museum, 1989.
Passover Haggadah/Seder hagadah shel pesah
Credit: Purchased from Irvin Ungar, Historicana Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Historic Art, in December of the year 2000, thanks to a generous gift from Harry Freund, W’61, to mark the Penn Library’s Five Millionth Book acquisition and the 250th Anniversary of the Penn Library
Ceremonies et coutumes religieuses de tons les peuples du monde
Credit: Gift of Mrs. Blanche Kohn. (More bibliographic information)
Sefer ha-Minhagim
Credit: Purchased at the Kestenbaum and Company Auction on November 13, 2001 with a generous gift from the Ruth and Raymond Brenner and the Brenner Family Fund for Jewish Studies in honor of Gregory Brenner, W’, 1999; Adam Brenner, W’, 2001; Jason Brenner, W’, 2005. (More bibliographic information)
Silver Binding
Credit: Gift of Iris Newman, September 2004 (More bibliographic information)
Milgroym-Rimon
Credit: Gift of Deborah Karp from the Abraham J. Karp Collection, January 2005
The Rothschild Miscellany
Credit: Gift of Ruth and Raymond Brenner and the Brenner Family Fund for Jewish Studies in honor of Gregory Brenner, W’, 1999; Adam Brenner, W’, 2001; Jason Brenner, W’, 2005. (More bibliographic information)