Leipzig: Oskar Leiner, 1866. Half leather; 12mo. X, 150,  pages. In German and Hebrew. Series: Schriften (Institut zur Förderung der israelitischen Literatur) . Includes: Sefer Apiryon `asah lo and Sefer Levush Malkhut, 66 pages at end. Includes bibliographical references. Neubauer was a Hungarian scholar, author, librarian, and bibliographer. He settled in England and became librarian at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, which he enriched by judicious purchases, particularly from the Cairo Genizah. He authored many books and contributed a stream of articles, notes, and book reviews to most of the learned Jewish (and many non-Jewish) periodicals of his time. (EJ) SUBJECT(S) : Karaitic literature. Karaites. OCLC lists one copy worldwide of this edition (NY Public Library) . Ex-library with minimal markings. Dr. Louis Launer's copy, with his distinctive gold bookplate on inside rear cover. Boards very scuffed and worn; non-archival repair to rear hinge. Some foxing. Text in good condition. (GER-4-14).