[Haebler Incunabula Plate 52]

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Plate 52 - Libson, Rabbi Elieser, 1489, Type 1, 4

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1 leaf ([1] p.) ; 25 x 17 cm., on mat 53 x 42 cm.

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Rabbi Elieser & Haeber, Konrad 1489.


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  • Weiss & Co.
    Publisher Info: 1928
    Place of Publication: Munich, Germany

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Plate 52 - Libson, Rabbi Elieser, 1489, Type 1, 4

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1 leaf ([1] p.) ; 25 x 17 cm., on mat 53 x 42 cm.


Rabbi Eliezer Toledano, trained in Prague, established himself in Lisbon, Portugal, to print books in Hebrew. His first book was Moses ben Nahman's Hiddushe ha-Torah (Commentary on the Pentateuch) on July 16, 1489. Later that year, on November 25, 1489, Toledano published the Perush Seder Tefillot (Sefer Abudarham).

West-European incunabula: 60 original leaves from the presses of the Netherlands, France, Iberia and Great Britain

Issued in portfolio. The plates are mounted and inlaid in paper mats, with mounted descriptive labels.
The text consists of a list of plates, arranged under country alphabetically by place of printing, with a short history of the early printing in each country followed by descriptive notes on each specimen, giving information about the printer and the character of the types.
"This English edition appears in one issue of 100 copies numbered by hand."
Purchase; 2018.
Housed in publisher's tan cloth-covered portfolio, with black titles.
Libraries' copy is number 79 of 100.



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  • Accession or Local Control No: UNTA_Z1033-L4-H343-1928-052
  • Call Number: Z1033.L4 H343 1928
  • OCLC: 4574260
  • Library of Congress Control Number: 33021035
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc1836051

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Rabbi Elieser & Haeber, Konrad. [Haebler Incunabula Plate 52], text, 1489; Munich, Germany. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1836051/: accessed July 22, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.

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