Amsterdam: Defus ‘al yad Gerard Yohan Yanson uve-vet Yisra’el Mondavi, 1764. Item #42575
Period leather binding with brass clasps, Large 8vo, 149 +  leaves (ie 300 pages), 24 cm. In Hebrew. Title translate as, “Book of the Gatherings of Manna.” Vinograd: Amsterdam, #1839.Title page has a decorative woodcut border.
Compiled by Eli'ezer Menahem Man ben Rabbi Me'ir Mark Brat. Includes a commentary by Yosef ben Avraham Hayun on some Haftarot derived from the book of Ezekiel and commentary by Yitshak Abravanel. Includes rabbinic commentaries on the Haftorot, with relevant writings by Rabbi Moshe Alshich (1508 - 1593, the "Alshich Ha-Kadosh"), Joseph ben Abraham Hayyun of Spain (died1497) and Isaac Abravanel. As is often seen, the Hebrew text of the biblical verses are in the center of the page with the commentary in Rashi script surrounding the Biblical passages. Errata on last leaf.
Mar'ot ha-tsov'ot, Selections. “asher liket? ... mi-sefer ... Mar'ot ha-tsov'ot, perush ‘al Nevi'im rishonim ve-ah?aronim meha-Rav ... Mosheh Alshekh z. ts. ve-k.l. : perush ‘al ha-haft?arot minhag Ashkenazim u-Sefaradim ve-It?aliyana shel kol ha-shanah.... Yosef ben ha-nasi m.h. ve-r. R. Avraham Hayun zatsal ... ve-as´iti mahberet ... Eli’ezer Menahem Manli ben ha-r. R. Me'ir zal Mark Brat.” SUBJECT(S): Haftarot -- Commentaries. OCLC: 50864704. Jewish institutional bookplate (no other markings). Spine professionally rebacked. Professional repairs to board corners. Clasp latches (‘eyes”) missing, Very Good Condition thus. Attractive in original period tooled leather binding. (RAB-67-9).