Volume 2: Venice/Salonica, 1592, DiGara/Bat Sheva,181, 28,  ff., 290:195 mm., wide margins, damp stained, bound in contemporary blind-tooled vellum boards, red tie clasps, dampstained.
Volume 3: Salonica, 1594, Bat Sheva, 126 ff., 280:190 mm., usual age and damp staining, minor marginal repairs, bound in modern half vellum boards.
R. Solomon b. Abraham Ha'Kohen of Seres (c. 1520-1601?) (MaHaRShak) Talmudist; lived at Salonica in the second half of the sixteenth century. His teacher was R. Joseph Firman. Special editions of the responsa, including Maimonides' laws on divorce, the halakic novellae, and the novellae on the Tosafot, were published at Wilmersdorf in 1720 and at Salonica in 1730.