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Lot #    34737
Auction End Date    7/17/2012 10:21:30 AM (mm/dd/yyyy)
Title Information
Title (English)    Petach Tov le-Benei Yisrael
Title (Hebrew)    פתח טוב לבני ישראל
Author    [Liturgy]
City    Livorno
Publisher    Beleforte
Publication Date    1927
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
Description Information
   11 pp. octavo 165:108 mm., light age staining, stain on title touching several letters, not bound.
   Liturgical work to be recited for parnasah (income) to be recited on the night of Rosh HaShanah. The title page states that it is the order of Yehi Ratzon (may it be Your will) on parnasah that it is customary to say on the night of Rosh HaShanah prior to Alenu le-Shabe’ach and after Yehi Ratzon on the day of Rosh HaShanah prior to the opening of the Heichal (Aron) and further are written the verses that it is customary to say after the Sefer Torah is returned to its place and liturgical verses that are to be said on the second day of Rosh HaShanah and the Yehi Ratzon on parnasah to be recited after mussaf prior to Alenu, all arranged for the multitude that does not know the letters of the Zohar. The text is in large square vocalized letters with brief instructions prior to each section
Paragraph 2    זה הסדר של יהי רצון על הפרנסה שנוהגים לומר ליל ר"ה [ראש השנה] קודם עלינו לשבח... יהי רצון ליום ר"ה קודם פתיחת ההיכל... הפסוקים שנוהגים לומר אחר שמכניסין ס"ת [ספר תורה] למקומם... פזמון חון תחון ליום ב דר"ה... יהי רצון על הפרנסה שנוהגים לומר אחר תפלת מוסף קודם עלינו לשבח... שנת ונ'ת'תי של'ו'ם בא'ר'ץ
   CD-EPI 0201482
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Listing Classification
20th Century:    Checked
Italy:    Checked
Liturgy:    Checked
Language:    Hebrew
Manuscript Type
Kind of Judaica