Israel: Kinneret Publishing House, 2001. Softbound. Small quarto, paper covers with flaps, 40 pp., with color illustrations throughout by Taback. Translated from the English into Hebrew by Rachel Ezouz.
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Pest: Verlag von M.E. Löwy's Sohn Buchhandlung, 1866. Small octavo, black leather spine with gold lettering, black cloth covered boards, illustrated title-pages for each section, 224, 128, 287 pp. Text is in Hebrew and German. With additional commentaries by Yehudah Leib ben Zeev and Aaron of Pesaro.
Berditchev: Be-Defus shel Hayim Ya'akov Sheftil, 1906. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth spine with a paper label, black paper covered boards with a printed label over most of the front board, free front endpaper loose, 120 pp. Text is in Hebrew. With articles by Yehuda Velish, Avraham Harkavy, S.A. Poznansky, Tzvi...
Lemberg: Gedrukt bay Yosef Shnayder, 1851. Hardbound. Royal octavo, lacking the backstrip and with the boards off, boards edgeworn and shelfworn, xvi, 300, 47 pp. Text is in Hebrew. Krochmal's only book published in Hebrew. This is the first edition, edited for publication posthumously by Leopold Zunz.
Jerusalem: A.M. Luncz, 1897, 1899. Hardbound. Duodecimo, quarter leather with raised bands scuffed at the head of the spine, gold lettering and decorative stamping, maroon cloth covered boards, xlii, 384 pp., vi, 385-854 pp., abbreviations. Text is in Hebrew. Edited and with critical apparatus by Abraham Moses Luncz.