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Die Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah, codex orientalis 8 der hessischen Landes- und Hochschulbibliothek Darmstadt erläutert und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Joseph Gutmann, Hermann Knaus, Paul Pieper und Erich Zimmermann (Propyläen Facsimile)

Bischoff, Bernhard; Hermann Knaus; Florentine Mütherich et al (eds.)

Published by Propyläen, Berlin, 1971
Condition: vg Hardcover

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1/50. Folio. 2 volumes housed in tan cloth clamshell box with gold lettering on spine. Handbound by Willy Pingel & Torborg Oeftering. Inside of clamshell lined with maroon cloth. Vol. 1: Haggadah facsimile. Unpaginated (112pp). Decorative blind-embossed full calf. Textured endpapers & limitation page. Exquisite facsimile of the medieval illuminated Hebrew manuscript "Die Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah, codex orientalis 8." Illustrations printed in eight-colors with delicate gold foil overprinting by Adolph Fürst & Sohn. Vol. 2: Commentary text volume (* contents below). Half leather over tan cloth with blind-stamped lettering on spine. 129, [1]pp. Illustrated with two full-page b/w photographic reproductions of the front and the rear of the original Darmstadt Haggadah binding. Text in German and English. Slight fraying on top right corner of clamshell. Minor staining on clamshell box, otherwise in fine condition. Complete as issued. 1 of 50 copies. *Text volume contents:Erich Zimmermann. Zur Einführung. Introduction.Joseph Guttmann. Die Sonderstellung der Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah und die Beschreibung der Handschrift 16. The Significance of the Darmstadt Passover Haggadah and the Description of the Manuscript.Paul Pieper. Die Miniaturen der Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah. The Miniatures of the Darmstadt Passover Haggadah. Hermann Knaus. Der Einband der Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah. The Cover of the Darmstadt Passover Haggadah.Anmerkungen. Notes. Bookseller Inventory # 32132

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Title: Die Darmstädter Pessach - Haggadah, codex ...

Publisher: Propyläen, Berlin

Publication Date: 1971

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

Edition: Limited numbered deluxe edition.

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