Brooklyn, New York: Otsar ha-Hasidim, 1965. Hotsa'ah Hadashah u-Metukenet im Hosafot. Hardbound. Royal octavo, blue cloth with faded gold lettering, viii, ii, 750 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
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New York: Tiferet, 1953. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, 92, 56 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Brooklyn, New York: The Kabbalah Foundation, 1943. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth with gold lettering, 95 pp., errata sheet, mild cracking to the endpaper at the hinge. Text is in Hebrew.
Korzek: Drukeray fun Yohn Anton Kriger, 1784. Hardbound. Octavo, rebacked in marbled paper covers, lacking the title page, 38 leaves (72 pp.). Text is in Hebrew. Kalmankes-Jaffe was "born at Uman about 1640; died at Frankfort-on-the-Oder after 1702." This is a small work editing Isaac Luria words. Sarug was a......
Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers, 2010. Hardbound. Octavo, light brown cloth with gold lettering, xx, 363 pp. Text is in Hebrew.