Vilna: Be-Defus R. Yosef Reuven bar Menahem Man Rom, 1866. Hardbound. Small octavo, edgeworn brown leather spine, shelfworn black paper covered boards, partially cut away front free endpaper old fountain pen to the endpapers, yellow stain to the title page, 200 pp. In Hebrew.
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Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, 1978. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xx, 171 pp., glossary, bibliography.
Berlin: B. Cohen, 1927. Hardbound. 32mo, mildly edgeworn black cloth with gold lettering, xxxii, iv, 163 pp., errata. In Hebrew. Reprints the Amsterdam edition of 1736[?] in a diminutive format with a new introduction by S.A. Horodetsky.
Israel: 1972. Hardbound. Octavo, black cloth with gold lettering, 281 pp. In Yiddish. A reprint of the edition, Nyu York : aroysgegeben fun "Tog", 1917.
Pieterkov: Defus Henikh Palman, 1913/4. Hardbound. Octavo, worn brown leather spine chipped at the head of the spine, edgeworn black cloth covered boards, endpapers made of notebook paper, 60, 40, 52, 54, 69 pp., yellowed paper. In Hebrew. Bound with "Hitse Yehonatan: hibur nifla, kolel derushim nehmadim ...," Jonathan Eybeschuetz.....
New York: Hotsaat Moriah, 1963. Hardbound. Royal octavo in badly torn and mildly chipped dust jacket, 298 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1990. Hardbound. Quarto in dust jacket, xii, 256 pp., b/w illustrations, appendix of additional commentators, notes, index of Biblical verses, index of sages and commentators.
Jerusalem: Mosad Ha-Rav Kuk, 1967. Hardbound. Octavo in roughly worn and torn dust jacket, 116 pp., soiling to the endpapers, ink-stamps. Text is in Hebrew.
Woodstock, Vermont: Jewish Lights Publishing, 2000. Softbound. Royal octavo, paper covers, 184 pp., notes, glossary, suggested readings.
Woodstock, Vermont: Jewish Lights Publishing, 2006. Third Printing. Softbound. Octavo, glossy paper covers, xvi, 184 pp., notes, glossary, suggestions for recommended reading, ads.
[Buenos Aires]: Farlag "Idish" 1956. Hardbound. Small octavo, brown cloth with gold lettering, 192 pp., a few signatures loosened. Translated into Yiddish from the Hebrew by Perl B. Davidovsky.
Brooklyn, New York: Kehot Publication Society, 1991. Hardbound. Octavo in soiled dust jacket, 368 pp., spots on the edges. In Hebrew.
Jerusalem: Bi-defus shel Y. Hirshenzohn, 1892/3. Hardbound. Octavo, worn brown cloth spine, shelfworn marbled paper covers, 40 pp., yellowed paper. Text is in Hebrew.
Broooklyn, New York: Moriah, 1982. Hardbound. Octavo, brown cloth with gold lettering, 116, 6, 60 pp. Text is in Hebrew. A facsimile of the 1862 edition [probably]. Bound with a facsimile of " Sefer Hen Aharon al Ha-Torah," Jassy, Romania, Progesul, 1910.
Rutherford, New Jersey: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1991. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket with minor wear, 291 pp., index, ink-stamps on the edges, soiling to the rear endpaper.
New York: [Saphograph Printing Co.], 1950s. Hardbound. Octavo, red cloth with gold lettering, 266 pp., staining along the bottom edge. Text is in Hebrew with Yiddish commentary. OCLC Number: 122766644.
Jerusalem: Ha-Ahim Levin-Epstein, 1967. Hardbound. Duodecimo, brown cloth spine with gold lettering, maroon cloth covered boards with gold lettering, 152, 22, 6 pp., ink-stamps. Text is in Hebrew.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, xii, 199 pp., notes, works cited, index. "The Jerusalem kabbalists of the Beit El Yeshivah are the most influential school of kabbalah in modernity. The school is associated with the writings and personality of a charismatic eighteenth-century.....
Woodstock, Vermont: Jewish Lights Publishing, 1997. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, wear to the endpapers, 318 pp., notes, index, ink-stamps.
Jerusalem: Gal Einai, 2005. Hardbound. Octavo in edgeworn dust jacket, 303 pp, .glossary, bibliography, index.
Rehovot, Israel: Gal Enai, 1996/7. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, 143 pp. In Hebrew. Edited by Yonadav Kaplun.
Rehovot, Israel: Linda Pinsky Publications, a division of the Gal Einai Institute, 2005. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, 313 pp. Edited by Iti'el Giladi.