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Revue des Etudes Juives (74 vols.)

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Published by Société des Etudes Juives, Paris, 1953
Condition: g to vg Soft cover
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Quarto. This a incomplete run of 74 volumes of the publication from 1880-1953 (vols 1-114). Missing vols 59-81, 83-84, 87-89, 94-96, 99-100, and 105-111. This is a mixed set with some volumes bound in purple/blue cloth, black cloth, blue buckram, blue buckram over black leather, and black leather over black cloth boards with raised bands. Most with gilt lettering on spines.Société des Etudes Juives was founded in 1880 by Alsacian Jews Isidore Loeb and Rabbi Zadok Kahn among others, for the purpose of promoting Jewish studies in France. Its scholarly journal "Revue de Etudes Juives" published quarterly from 1880 to the present, contains articles about French Jewry and other Jewish subjects including religion, history, culture, and literature and also contains book reviews. Isidore Loeb served as the publication's initial editor and upon his death in 1892, the position was taken over by Israel Levi. Prominent contributors include, Joseph Derenbourg, Joseph Halevy, David Kaufman, Meyer Kayserling, Alexander Kohut, Adolf Neubauer, Moritz Steinschneider, Elkan N. Adler, Wilhelm Bacher, Samuel Abraham Poznanski, Salo Baron, Georges Vajda, Elias Bikerman, and Max Grunwald. Text in French, with occasional text in Hebrew, Latin and Greek. Age wear to bindings, including heavily rubbed hinges and chipping to heads and tails of spines on many of the leather volumes. Spines and top of boards on the blue/purple cloth volumes sunned. Some volumes are ex-library with library stickers on some spines as well as stamps on some title pages and ex-libris stamps on some interior front boards and front free endpapers. Interiors in very good condition, with age toning to some pages and with some occasional stains and light foxing to some pages and top edges, mostly in the earlier volumes. Bookseller Inventory # 40347

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Title: Revue des Etudes Juives (74 vols.)

Publisher: Société des Etudes Juives, Paris

Publication Date: 1953

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:g to vg

Edition: First edition.

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