. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1276 -- LITURGY. Seder Keri'a[h] ve-Tikkun [liturgical readings for Shavu'ot and Hosha'ana Rabbah]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1708. 8vo, modern leather antique. Vinograd, Amsterdam 866; Zedner 452 -- LITURGY. Machzor bi-leshon Ashkenaz [Yiddish festival prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic and Polish rites]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1721. Title within typographical border. 4to, modern cloth-backed boards. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1166; Zedner 467; Cowley 556 -- LITURGY. Seder Tefillot [daily prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic and Polish rites]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1723. 16mo, modern calf. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1228 -- LITURGY. Seder ha-Tikkun [liturgical readings for Hosha'ana Rabba, according to the Palestine rite]. Amsterdam: Isaac ben Solomon Raphael Judah Leon Templo, 1727. 8vo, 18th-century morocco, gilt and gauffered edges. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1314; Zedner 482; Cowley 573 -- LITURGY. Seder le-Yamim Nora'im [Machzor for the High Holidays according to the rite of Carpentras]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe, 1739. 8vo, contemporary calf, worn, incomplete, only containing the prayers for Rosh ha-Shanah, leaf 44 in photostat. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1496; Zedner 456 -- LITURGY. Seder le-Arba Tsomot u-le-Arba Parashiyyot [fastday prayerbook according to the rite of Carpentras]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe and his son-in-law Kosman, 1762. 8vo, first five leaves supplied in photostat, contemporary calf, worn. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1811 -- LITURGY. Machzor Sefardim le-Yamim Nora'im [festival prayers according to the Sefardic rite]. Amsterdam: Abraham ben Raphael Hezekiah Athias, 1740. 2 parts in one volume, 16mo, modern calf antique. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1519 -- LITURGY. Machzor [festival prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic rite]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe and his son-in-law Kosman, 1750. 4 volumes, 4to, modern half morocco, printed on thick paper, wide margins. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1630 -- LITURGY. Seder Ta'aniyyot [fastday prayers according to the Sephardic rite]. Amsterdam: Gerard Johan Janson in the house of Israel Mondovi, 1771. 8vo, modern half calf antique. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2009 -- LITURGY. Machzor Chelek Rishon [festival prayerbook for the New Year and the Day of Atonement, with commentary, according to the rites of Poland, Reissen, Latvia, Bohemia and Moravia, part 1]. Amsterdam: Jochanan Levi Rofe and his brother-in-law Barukh and his brother Hertz, 1778. 4to, modern half buckram, incomplete, at the end of Ne'ilah some leaves missing. Not in Vinograd, Zedner or Roest -- LITURGY. Seder Tefillot [daily prayerbook according to the Sephardic rite]. Amsterdam: Jacob "Tsaddik" Cohen Belinfante and Aaron Chay Israel, 1843. 8vo, modern buckram. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2661 -- LITURGY. Rinnah u-Tefillah le-El [miscellaneous prayers for the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo]. Amsterdam: Widow of David Proops, 1851. 8vo, modern calf. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2722; Cowley 578 -- LIDA, DAVID BEN ARYEH LEIB. Sefer Sod ha-Shem [circumcision manual]. Amsterdam: Orphans of Solomon Proops, 1745. 8vo, modern leather antique, contemporary limp vellum bound in. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1585; not in Zedner -- LITURGY. Tefillah Nekhonah li-She'ilat Shalom [occasional prayer according to the Sephardic rite, including ha-Noten Teshu'ah, with Spanish dedication to the States General]. Amsterdam: probably late eighteenth century. Title lacking. Unidentified. 16mo, modern leather. -- MISHNAH. Mishnayot Seder Nashim [with commentary of Obadiah ben Abraham Bertinoro and Tosafot Yom Tov]. Amsterdam: David de Castro Tartas, 1686. Part of the 1685-87 edition. Title within typographical border. 4to, modern half calf. Vinograd, Amsterdam 520; Fuks 484; Zedner 547 -- SOLOMON IBN MELEKH OF FEZ. Mikhlal Yofi im Leket Shikhechah [grammatical work, edited by Jacob Abendana]. Amsterdam: David de Castro Tartas, 1684. Title within architectural woodcut border, second printed title in Hebrew and Latin, imprimatur, dedication etc. in Latin, stamp and early inscription on printed title. 4to, contemporary vellum. Vinograd, Amsterdam 508; Fuks 482; Zedner 729; Cowley 660; Roest 1013. Provenance: J.G. Hickmann 1689 (ownership inscription on title) -- ABOAB, ISAAC. Sefer Menorat ha-Ma'or [ethical work with Yiddish translation by Moses Frankfort]. Amsterdam: Moses Frankfort, with Hayyim Drucker and Solomon Proops, 1722. Folio, contemporary calf elaborately gilt with central floral design surrounded by two borders, brass clasps, gilt and gauffered edges. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1186; Zedner 381; Cowley 258; Roest 490. (24) " /> [LITURGY]. Seder Arba Ta'aniyot [Fastday prayers]. Amsterdam: Menasseh ben Israel, 1631. <I>8vo, contemporary calf, rebacked, title repaired with minor loss to outer margin, not affecting decoration or text, in general nice copy</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 24; Cat. Menasseh 13; Fuks 156 -- MENASSEH BEN ISRAEL. Mikveh Yisra'el [theological treatise on the lost Ten Tribes, translated from Dutch into Hebrew by Eliakim ben Jacob of Komorno]. Amsterdam: Asher Anshel ben Eliezer and Issachar Ber ben Avraham Eliezer at the press of Moses Kosman ben Elijah Gomperz of Emmerich, 1697. <I>16mo, modern calf, some worming affecting some letters, browned and stained</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 660; Cat. Menasseh 62; Fuks 527; Zedner 508; Cowley 429; Roest 798. Menasseh ben Israel's famous treatise on the origin of the American Indians. He considered them to be members of the lost Ten Tribes in South America based on the story of Antonio Montesinos. Menasseh's conviction must be seen in the light of Messianic expectations of the 1650s -- [<I>Bound with</I>:] BENJAMIN OF TUDELA. Masa'ot shel Rabbi Binyamin [itinerary, edited by Eliakim ben Jacob of Komorno]. Amsterdam: Caspar Steen, 1698. Printed without title. Vinograd, Amsterdam 659; Fuks 553; Steinschneider 4570,7; Zedner 85; Cowley 66; Roest 151 -- MENASSEH BEN ISRAEL. Sefer Nishmat Chayyim [on the immortality of the soul]. Amsterdam: Samuel ben Israel (Abravanel) Soeiro, 1651. Title printed within woodcut architectural frame. <I>4to, modern vellum, Latin title, dedication and some text wanting, supplied in photocopy, Hebrew title defective and repaired, repairs to worming of next 7 leaves, with some loss of text, last 3 leaves cropped, some other wormholes, stained in places</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 202; Cat. Menasseh 65; Fuks 190; Zedner 509; Roest 798 -- LITURGY. Seder Chamishah Ta'aniyyot [Fastday prayers according to the Sephardic rite]. Amsterdam: Isaac ben Solomon Raphael Judah Leon Templo, 1726. <I>Contemporary calf, ruled in gilt and blind, gilt stamp on front cover in Hebrew: "Solomon Judah Leon Templo" and gilt stamp on back cover in Hebrew: "Chamishah Ta'aniyyot, in Amsterdam 5487 [1726], remnants of brass clasps, gilt and gauffered edges</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1276 -- LITURGY. Seder Keri'a[h] ve-Tikkun [liturgical readings for Shavu'ot and Hosha'ana Rabbah]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1708. <I>8vo, modern leather antique</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 866; Zedner 452 -- LITURGY. Machzor bi-leshon Ashkenaz [Yiddish festival prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic and Polish rites]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1721. Title within typographical border. <I>4to, modern cloth-backed boards</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1166; Zedner 467; Cowley 556 -- LITURGY. Seder Tefillot [daily prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic and Polish rites]. Amsterdam: Solomon ben Joseph Proops, 1723. <I>16mo, modern calf</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1228 -- LITURGY. Seder ha-Tikkun [liturgical readings for Hosha'ana Rabba, according to the Palestine rite]. Amsterdam: Isaac ben Solomon Raphael Judah Leon Templo, 1727. <I>8vo, 18th-century morocco, gilt and gauffered edges</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1314; Zedner 482; Cowley 573 -- LITURGY. Seder le-Yamim Nora'im [Machzor for the High Holidays according to the rite of Carpentras]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe, 1739. <I>8vo, contemporary calf, worn, incomplete, only containing the prayers for Rosh ha-Shanah, leaf 44 in photostat</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1496; Zedner 456 -- LITURGY. Seder le-Arba Tsomot u-le-Arba Parashiyyot [fastday prayerbook according to the rite of Carpentras]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe and his son-in-law Kosman, 1762. <I>8vo, first five leaves supplied in photostat, contemporary calf, worn</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1811 -- LITURGY. Machzor Sefardim le-Yamim Nora'im [festival prayers according to the Sefardic rite]. Amsterdam: Abraham ben Raphael Hezekiah Athias, 1740. <I>2 parts in one volume, 16mo, modern calf antique</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1519 -- LITURGY. Machzor [festival prayerbook according to the Ashkenazic rite]. Amsterdam: Naftali Hertz Levi Rofe and his son-in-law Kosman, 1750. <I>4 volumes, 4to, modern half morocco, printed on thick paper, wide margins</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1630 -- LITURGY. Seder Ta'aniyyot [fastday prayers according to the Sephardic rite]. Amsterdam: Gerard Johan Janson in the house of Israel Mondovi, 1771. <I>8vo, modern half calf antique</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2009 -- LITURGY. Machzor Chelek Rishon [festival prayerbook for the New Year and the Day of Atonement, with commentary, according to the rites of Poland, Reissen, Latvia, Bohemia and Moravia, part 1]. Amsterdam: Jochanan Levi Rofe and his brother-in-law Barukh and his brother Hertz, 1778. <I>4to, modern half buckram, incomplete, at the end of Ne'ilah some leaves missing</I>. Not in Vinograd, Zedner or Roest -- LITURGY. Seder Tefillot [daily prayerbook according to the Sephardic rite]. Amsterdam: Jacob "Tsaddik" Cohen Belinfante and Aaron Chay Israel, 1843. <I>8vo, modern buckram</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2661 -- LITURGY. Rinnah u-Tefillah le-El [miscellaneous prayers for the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo]. Amsterdam: Widow of David Proops, 1851. <I>8vo, modern calf</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 2722; Cowley 578 -- LIDA, DAVID BEN ARYEH LEIB. Sefer Sod ha-Shem [circumcision manual]. Amsterdam: Orphans of Solomon Proops, 1745. <I>8vo, modern leather antique, contemporary limp vellum bound in</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1585; not in Zedner -- LITURGY. Tefillah Nekhonah li-She'ilat Shalom [occasional prayer according to the Sephardic rite, including ha-Noten Teshu'ah, with Spanish dedication to the States General]. Amsterdam: probably late eighteenth century. Title lacking. Unidentified. <I>16mo, modern leather</I>. -- MISHNAH. Mishnayot Seder Nashim [with commentary of Obadiah ben Abraham Bertinoro and Tosafot Yom Tov]. Amsterdam: David de Castro Tartas, 1686. Part of the 1685-87 edition. Title within typographical border. <I>4to, modern half calf</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 520; Fuks 484; Zedner 547 -- SOLOMON IBN MELEKH OF FEZ. Mikhlal Yofi im Leket Shikhechah [grammatical work, edited by Jacob Abendana]. Amsterdam: David de Castro Tartas, 1684. Title within architectural woodcut border, second printed title in Hebrew and Latin, imprimatur, dedication etc. in Latin, stamp and early inscription on printed title. <I>4to, contemporary vellum</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 508; Fuks 482; Zedner 729; Cowley 660; Roest 1013. <I>Provenance</I>: J.G. Hickmann 1689 (ownership inscription on title) -- ABOAB, ISAAC. Sefer Menorat ha-Ma'or [ethical work with Yiddish translation by Moses Frankfort]. Amsterdam: Moses Frankfort, with Hayyim Drucker and Solomon Proops, 1722. <I>Folio, contemporary calf elaborately gilt with central floral design surrounded by two borders, brass clasps, gilt and gauffered edges</I>. Vinograd, Amsterdam 1186; Zedner 381; Cowley 258; Roest 490. (24) | Christie's