15 November 2005
TORAH SCROLL, for use in the synagogue. Probably Italy, 18th or 19th century.
COMPLETE MANUSCRIPT SEFER TORAH ON VELLUM. Height: 270 mm., mostly four columns to the sheet, also three and five-column sheets, sewn together with giddin to form a continuous scroll. Square Hebrew script, 42 lines, black ink, hagim crowning the letters in brown ink. On wooden rollers (Eitz Hayyim). Mantle (defective) embroidered with six-pointed star.
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