One of the First Hebrew Printed Books. Abraham ben Hayyim [de Tintori] of Pesaro. Sivan 4, 5237 May 16. Printed in semi-cursive Italian letters.
Characteristic to the incunabula printing period, when printers attempted to imitate the shapes of handwritten letters. Is one of the first books printed in Hebrew (the first dated printed Hebrew book was Rashi's commentary on the Torah printed in Reggio di Calabria in 1475). Goff: Heb70; Hain: 10061; Offen: 51; Iakerson: 17; ISTC: il00189750.
Please have a look at my other items. I do not have any other sections of this incunabula in the collection.This is an exceptionally rare page. There is no second chance. The item "1477 incunabula Ferrara Extremely rare Judaica Hebrew antique" is in sale since Sunday, July 23, 2017.
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