Auction 11 Ancient books, & Rabbis Letters.
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Agura Be'ohalecha – Author's Copy with Notations in his Very Own Handwriting. With Signatures and Notations of ...

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Agura Be'ohalecha – Author's Copy with Notations in his Very Own Handwriting. With Signatures and Notations of Rabbonim of the Pontrimoly Family, of Izmir.
Sefer Agura Be"ohalecha -Novella of Laws and responsa and inclusions to omissions from his Book Toafos R'am by the Great Rabbi, Rabbi Elyakim Gatinio of the Great Sages of Azmir (Died: 1795) Son of Rabbi Yitzchak Gatinio, author of Yitzchak Yeranen  and father of R' Yitzchak Gatinio, author of Beis Yischak (teacher of R' Chaim Palag'i)

On page 9a there are two handwritten additions at the top of which states  'omitted from print' - in the author's handwriting.

On the title page of the book is the signature of Rabbi Chaim Yeshaya Pontrimoli - one of the sages of Azmir, the son of Rabbi Binyamin Pontrimoli  author of Shevet Binyamin and the brother of Rabbi Chaya Pontrimoli, the author of " Tzfichis Bedvash", died in 1814.
In the actual book are handwritten glosses (slightly chopped), one signed '...   B'amtachas Binyamin' and the other in acronyms: בפ"י which seems to be his father, R' Binyomin Pontrimoli. He was the first of the Rabbis in the Pontrimoli family to have settled in Izmir. He came from Tzfas in the year 1761 and died in Izmir in 1784 (Arzei HaLevanon p. 376)
Another signature of Rabbi Avraham Larido who is also from the sages of Azmir. A responsa from him was printed in Sefer Chaim B'Yad  of Reb Chaim Palag'i, Ab'd Izmir (available in the catalogue).
A very important book mentioned in a  Mishnah Berurah several times.

. Salonika [1781] First printing . [4], 70 leaves 27 cm, fair condition, with moth holes and paper reinforcements at the margins, fine half-leather binding.

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